Jared Jones

Senior Partner Partners In Leadership

In his role as Senior Partner for Partners In Leadership Jared plays a critical role in content development, authorship, and ongoing development of our field practitioners. Jared has extensive experience working with leaders in many of the world’s most successful organizations. He has partnered with well-known organizations such as Lockheed Martin, Sutter Health, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Cigna, GlaxoSmithKline, HCA, Johnson & Johnson, McKesson, Merck, New York Presbyterian Hospital, OSF Healthcare, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Navy, and Pepsico.

Using our time tested and proven Culture of Accountability process, Jared helps organizations weave culture and strategy together to deliver next level results.  When working with Apple, Jared helped a large team use the Partners In Leadership Accountability Training solution with the initial rollout of their highly successful Apple retail stores.

Jared received a bachelor of science in business management from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Bentley College.

COO & Chief Transformation Officer Summit: Wednesday, January 22nd (Invite Only)

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

9:30 AM Don’t Let Culture Clash Sabotage Your Next Acquisition

Close to 52,000 mergers and acquisition deals were announced worldwide in 2018, with a total value of 4.09 trillion USD. According to multiple studies, some 70% to 90% of all acquisitions are “abysmal failures.”  

These dire statistics result from a variety of common inadequacies, including ineffective risk management, unclear operational strategy, lack of communication between stakeholders, and poor project management. But there is another primary culprit which is often overlooked—the inability to integrate disparate company cultures. Research published in the International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies confirms that misalignment between two company cultures is a prominent factor of acquisition failure.

In this session, learn how to:
·         Gain clarity around company culture
·         Establish shared organizational objectives
·         Define the shape of the new company culture
·         Assess your company culture
·         Thrive in the new company culture
Effectively addressing culture integration before, during, and after the mergers and acquisition transaction streamlines the development and management of the new company. Start managing your culture, or it will manage you. 

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Jared.

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