When a merger or acquisition unexpectedly heads south, the costs are painfully clear. Morale drops. Synergies fail to materialize. Key people—those you planned to keep—start heading for the exits. But what’s really going on? Why is the system suddenly failing?
A likely cause of the trouble is culture clash. Acquirers have well-developed toolkits for managing the financial and operational aspects of a deal; they track results … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Dale Stafford, Laura Miles | Source: Bain & Company | Subject: Mergers & Acquisitions