Maurie CashmanDateline: Succession Planning
First Published: Sep 23, 2011 / Last Published: Dec 03, 2011
Prior to starting Aspen Grove Investments, Maurie Cashman spent more than 25 years in a variety of senior leadership positions with companies including IBP, Inc. (now Tyson Foods) and Land O'Lakes, a $7 billion food and agricultural supply company. Through his extensive business experience, Maurie has a strong track record of success in the establishment, growth and development of multiple businesses throughout the US. He has deep experience in acquisitions and divestitures, negotiating, financial management, strategic planning and legal and regulatory relations. Having worked with individual business owners as well as corporate acquisitions and divestitures Maurie understands the special considerations of corporations, individuals and families when considering the transition of business ownership. Maurie understands the value of confidentiality, respect for employees and customers, and the value of a well-planned process in developing a succession strategy. His hobbies include paying tuition bills. He is a member of the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus, instructor for Junior Achievement, works with Linn Mar band program, and is involved with Habitat for Humanity. Maurie has served on several boards of directors, including a number associated with Land O'Lakes. He has degrees in Accounting and Economics from Iowa State University and an MBA from Winona State University. He is the only person to hold the designations of Certified Exit Planner and Certified Business Intermediary in Iowa or Wisconsin.
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December 3, 2011
Lessons From the Students
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November 22, 2011
Lessons from Herman Cain and Penn State - Part II
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November 16, 2011
Lessons from Herman Cain and Penn State
We have certainly had plenty of examples lately poor planning and of the damage a major problem can create if proper planning is not done.in Business
November 9, 2011
Isn't This What It's All About?
It's time to think out of the box this Christmas.
September 23, 2011
Planning the Right Path for Exiting Your Business
“The downhill path is easy, but there's no turning back."