Building on the first part of the “Business in a box” series, that focuses on setting up a carve-out for success, we now publish the second part of the series. The second part of the series looks at developing an optimal delivery model.
Some of the highlights from the second part are listed below.
- A global delivery model (GDM) puts a carve-out on track to validate its first-year investment thesis and achieve its growth targets.
- Both a carved-out business and its corporate parent typically focus on the present rather than setting up the new entity for long-term success. However, they should strive for sustainable excellence to validate the carve-out’s first-year investment thesis and achieve its growth targets.
- A well-defined and well-intentioned GDM of shared, centralized, and decentralized services is crucial to realizing a carve-out’s deal thesis. Developing the GDM is also a critical step in turning a once-struggling business into a thriving example of efficiency and value that achieves both optimization and economies of scale.
- As we look to the carved-out entity’s future, we must consider the resources and capabilities provided by its parent as well as those the carved-out entity will need to survive on its own.
Advisory Director - M&A Integration and Separation
KPMG in Finland