Acquisitions too often fall short of their promised payoffs, and a frequent culprit is inadequate integration. Execution falters as people struggle under time pressures and lose sight of priorities. By investing in the underlying integration capabilities, companies can bring discipline and focus to their efforts to capture value from deals.
Authors: Chris Barrett, Daniel Friedman, Neeraj Aggarwal, Niamh Dawson, Nicholas Glenning, Peter Goldsbrough
Source: Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Subject: Mergers & Acquisitions