Do the Right Deal, Do the Deal Right: 35 Success Factors for Mergers and Acquisitions ebook
by B. Barry Massoudi
Doing the deal right, in a similar way, requires a clear business case and an ongoing due diligence that starts at the beginning of the M&A process and is powered through the use of information technology. Doing it right depends first and foremost on senior leadership, and on detailed planning by gaining early insight into the integration phase challenges.
The remainder of the book then covers the key concepts in the mergers and acquisitions process and the major success factors .
The remainder of the book then covers the key concepts in the mergers and acquisitions process and the major success factors associated with them.
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Bahram Barry Massoudi, American management consultant. Chairman Arts Commission, Mercer Island, Washington, 2004-2006; commissioner City of Mercer Island, since 2006. Principal Gemini Consulting, Morristown, New Jersey, 1992-1999. Founder, managing partner Cubicon LLC, Seattle, 1999-2007. Senior manager, strategic translations Bearing Point Management and Technology Consultant, since 2007.
This study attempts to examine the role played by culture and provide a framework for enhancing the success of mergers and acquisitions.
Do the right deal, do the deal right: 35 success factors for mergers and acquisitions. Seattle, WA: Continental Publishers. This study attempts to examine the role played by culture and provide a framework for enhancing the success of mergers and acquisitions. pproach – This study is based on 32 interviews with senior managers of 16 merger and acquisition deals in the chemical industry. Findings – The study finds that culture differences between the merging firms are a key element affecting effectiveness of the integration process and consequently the success of M&As.
Do the Right Deal, Do the Deal Right: 35 Success Factors for Mergers. She specializes in corporate finance, valuation, mergers, and acquisitions
Do the Right Deal, Do the Deal Right: 35 Success Factors for Mergers. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (2002). KENNETH R. FERRIS is Distinguished Professor of World Business at Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management. She specializes in corporate finance, valuation, mergers, and acquisitions. Prior to joining Thunderbird, she spent two years with Financial Services Management Development Limited as a consultant, and worked for several banks and companies in London and abroad. in Finance from the University of Grenoble, France. Charles Geisst is the author of thirteen books, including The Last Partnerships: Inside the Great Wall Street Money Dynasties (McGraw Hill, 2001), Monopolies in America: Empire Builders and Their Enemies from Jay Gould to Bill Gates (Oxford University Press, 2000), 100 Years of Wall Street (an illustrated history, McGraw-Hill, 1999), and Wall Street: A History (Oxford. University Press, 1997).
Do the right deal do the deal right : 35 success factors for Mergers & Acquisitions, B. Barry Massoudi. Seattle : Continental publ. xv, 225 p. : tab. ; 24 c. .UDC: 33. 58 + 00. 91. Subjects: - ფირმების შერწყმა; კორპორაციათა შერწყმა; A 33. 58/M-38 - English and Anglo-American Literature Reading Hall.
Pre-transaction success factors. 1. The right partner. Abortive attempts at mergers and acquisitions can cost companies lots of time and money
Pre-transaction success factors. Step one is choosing a suitable partner: The wrong choice of partner can lead to difficult negotiations and loss of information, and occasionally to nothing happening at all. 2. Trust between the parties. Denying the other party the chance to form a clear view of the acquisition can leave them confused. 5. Communication before the execution of the merger or acquisition. Abortive attempts at mergers and acquisitions can cost companies lots of time and money. In a worst- case scenario, business-sensitive information is exchanged, which puts the company at risk.