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Think back to the interview you did for the current job you’re working at. You most likely got your job from your work experiences and accomplishments, not the clothes you wore that day or the paper you presented your resume on.
We often work with PE firms who have recently acquired a company and, as part of their plan to grow the value of that company, implement new systems to build the type of culture they’ve seen succeed in other businesses. Whether you’re just getting started or trying to spark new growth in a mature company, you’re going to be asking yourself how to develop a commitment culture.
You’ve probably read the post from the successful CEO that talks about their mistakes early in building their company. In almost every one of these posts there is something about mistakes developing their company culture.
When I hear about “referrals” I often to think about raffles, giveaways, and other monetary incentives. After speaking with Josh Haymond, partner at VACO, my ideals have changed. Referrals at the enterprise level are more about creating deep, “help me help you” relationships than they are about creating short-term financial incentives.
Investors working with private companies experience the same free and ubiquitous access to data that much of the tech industry realized in the late 2000’s but have yet to capitalize on the opportunity. If you take a random sample of fund managers and ask them how they leverage data from due-diligence, portfolio monitoring, or their own fund’s operation, the answer generally encompasses a mix of analysts, cumbersome excel files, and CRMs. The data is available but locked in an antiquated system. Herein lies the opportunity.
Managers at nonprofits have a unique set of challenges related to furthering their business while also furthering their mission. Progress cannot always be measured by simple metrics like revenue-growth and grants-made because you’re not really in the business of making money and giving money away: you’re in business to better the world...
The fact is, data transfer and data visualization are only two parts of the business intelligence equation. The third part, and the largest missing piece, is what you do with this information - how you gain actionable insights. The first step to understanding the difference between where you are and where you need to be is finding the benchmark.
Malartu sat down with twelve executives from PE and mezzanine funds and a handful of limited partners to talk current investment trends such as specialization, operating partners, co-investment, and secondary transactions. Read more to find out what we learned.