A German machinery company faces succession and image issues with its stakeholders.
Two brothers take the leadership of the company, although they have different views regarding governance. One brother is focused on short-term results while the other is concerned with building unwavering relationships with investors, client companies and communities.
Our solution was to design and implement a simple, yet effective governance process driven to short and long-term performance. We provided the tools that enabled the brothers to make decisions with clarity, criteria, and agility.