SEAMARK Asset Management 1
In this multimedia case Bob Mckim CEO and CIO of Seamark Asset Management addresses and issue around his return to company after having left in 2005. Bob along with two other employees who had individually left Seamark, were asked to come back to the firm and manage it. This was circa 2012. In the interim period, or Seamark 2.0 as some people refer to it, there had been issues about investment performance. But more so there were concerns around the dysfunction of the management team. So one day at 4:30 p.m. in the afternoon, the owner of the company dismissed the equity team that managing the equity portfolios at Seamark. The next morning Bob and his two colleagues came in and sat in front of the remaining employees and had to deal with what they had inherited that morning. So they were faced with the challenge of what to do with the remaining employees and how to affect better performance?
SEAMARK Asset Management
Financial Asset Management
Financial and insurance activities
Fewer than 25
Greater than $25 million
Type of Entity
Level of Difficulty
Enhance organization transformation knowledge
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