BCE is pleased to announce the addition of a new principal, Krishan Rele, to our senior leadership team. Krishan joins BCE from EY-Parthenon in London after prior stints at PwC and The Beacon Group over a ten year career. Krishan will be co-leading BCE’s private equity team as well as relationships with some of our leading healthcare and technology clients.
Beyond strategic partnerships and M&A, universities and colleges must evolve their business models to protect the sector’s mission
BCE has seen increasing evidence across sectors that consumer are seeking out products with credible and meaningful stories to tell around sustainability. Sustainability in corporate decision-making will continue to increase in 2021. So what does “sustainability” mean today, and how should companies be thinking about the role of sustainability in their business going forward?
Caps on indirect costs have been a polarizing issue in the social sector for many years. Once they were the most ubiquitous measure of administrative efficiency employed by philanthropic institutions. Today more and more leading voices in philanthropy are calling into question the true utility of these tools.
Many companies use a phase-gate (or stage gate) process to drive their innovation activities. Somewhere between Phase 1 (Scoping) and early Phase 2 (Business Case Development), many organizations fail to ask certain questions that are crucial to fully vetting a concept – or fail to ask them in the right way. BCE outlines observations on the most common blind spots and related failure modes for innovation programs.