The Divestment (Carve Out / Separation) Planning Diagnostics series helps the vendor to prepare, plan and execute the separation / carve-out activities usually assuming a stand alone full physical and/or logical separation is necessary as often the deal outcome is unclear as multiple bidders may be interested with very different objectives for buying and integrating or keeping the entity being acquired separated and stand alone. Transitional service arrangements may or may not be available to the buyer depending on the vendors appetite to support and the complexity of the separation activities.
The Divestment Planning diagnostic helps the vendor to assess current state situation and define future state change priorities to deliver a prioritised roadmap for change to define the actions required to address gaps and plan quickly and effectively for separation.
The diagnostic can be deployed in full, or simply narrowed in focus, or rapidly adapted in line with your own preferences to provide a tailored diagnostic review. If you prefer to design your own model then this is easily achieved with or without our help and simply and quickly loaded into the ID8 platform to run your diagnostic.
The benefits in terms of speed of analysis, richness and deepness of the insights generated and the positive cultural impact of giving your key stakeholders internally and externally (subject to confidentiality and sensitivity of the information being shared) the opportunity to contribute to support the deal activity are a game changer for every organisation that wants to optimise the value realised from a deal or simply drive growth and improvement.
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