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The Global M&A Tango:  How to Reconcile Cultural Differences in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Strategic Partnerships

The Global M&A Tango: How to Reconcile Cultural Differences in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Strategic Partnerships

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By Fons Trompenaars and Maarten Nijhoff Asser
ISBN10: 0071761152
ISBN13: 9780071761154
Copyright: 2011

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Part 1: The Context: Organizational Integration, the Human Touch

Part 2: Introduction: The Ten Steps of the Three-Phase Framework

Phase A: Creating the Compelling Business Case
Step 1: Re(de)fine vision and mission
Step 2: Business Challenges Assessment
Step 3: Purpose and Values Assessment
Step 4: Choose Values and Behaviors
Step 5: The Business Case for Integration

Phase B: Developing Implementation Strategy
Step 6: Survey of Key Drivers
Step 7: Develop Implementation Strategy through Objectives and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Phase C: Realizing and Rooting the Benefits
Step 8: Systematic Alignment
Step 9: Value and Cultural Awareness Programs
Step 10: Continuous Re-Evaluation: Monitoring change Towards the Hyper-Culture

Part 3: The Business of Relationships and Dilemmas

Conclusion