Special Issues in Post Merger Integration (PMI)
This report discusses four special issues in post merger integration namely, carving out value from spinoffs, working productively with unions, rising to the challenge of rapidly developing economies, and putting customers at the heart of PMI.
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This paper proposes an IT Governance Framework that specifies decision rights and accountability in post merger integration of the IT function. This paper presents a framework based on both hard and soft factors to understand the outcome of post merger integration. This framework can be an excellent tool in decision making to ensure PMI success. (400 pages)
This paper explores the key issues that need to be addressed in post merger integration when acquirers integrate five core functions: information technology (IT), research and development (R&D), procurement, production and networks, and sales and mar... This research report highlights the critical success factors in post merger integration. This in-depth report lays the foundation for a meaningful understanding of successful post merger integration of information technology. It explains the issues with technology integration between two companies after a merger or acquisition, why they ... This research study discusses the critical success factors and "do and don't" of post merger integration (PMI) This paper presents the lessons learnt from post merger integration at nine (9) companies that came out ahead after the merger. Making the right strategic choices can make all the difference between success and failure of a merger. This report discusses the key strategic and tactical issues to consider before and during a merger to develop an effective integration plan. How can a company achieve successful supply-chain integration? A real-world example of a company that went through the process successfully—not once but twice—provides some answers and insights. This presentation explores the role of the CIO in mergers and acquisitions.
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