8 Deadly Sins of Mergers and Acquisitions
Global mergers and acquisitions advisers, especially, the investment bankers are doing extremely well consummating trillions of dollars in deals as a result of cheap debts, ambitious company executives and desire for expansion
It is common knowledge that once these M&As have been consummated, the bankers and corporate executives realize substantial financial rewards, as well as the investors of acquired companies. However, the media does not provide the same level of coverage on what is needed to make these corporate marriages succeed. It is critical to report on the challenges of Post Merger Integration (PMI). For these M&As to succeed, the corporate executives must avoid eight classic mistakes (i.e. deadly sins).
- Assuming that All Partners are Equal…
- Using a One-Size-Fits-All Approach for Each Business Unit
- Managing Organizational Change Without Leading… continued here: Eight Deadly Sins of Mergers and Acquisitions – Tech Featured