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Activist Investing In Vietnam

Mekong Capital, a private equity firm specializing in investing in Vietnam, had grown dramatically since its inception in 2002 and faced numerous organizational issues in 2007. There was a shortage of qualified middle managers, an overall lack of leadership, and a culture of making excuses for performance shortfalls. These issues not only plagued Mekong, but also the portfolio companies that they took positions in. The case recounts how the founder and managing partner of Mekong undertook a process to the company to try to profoundly change the culture, leadership, and accountability within transform it so that its people would align and come together as a team, holding themselves responsible to deliver results and committed to the long-term future.

 

Mekong Capital: Building a Culture of Leadership in Vietnam 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Because of titanic changes in the global economy led by China’s ascension we have dug deep to find 3 places set to expand the most from China’s expansion westward and the shocking U.S. attempts to contain them in the great global race to control the major strategic resources in the 21st century. Click below to sign up and find out more…

Peter Pham is a capital market specialist and entrepreneur.  With expertise as a Head of Institutional Sales and Trading he closely watches the market and probes for investment opportunities utilizing a unique blend of quantitative trading experience and macro trend analysis… (read more)

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