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Merger & Acquisition: Managing Cultural Integration

ID: WP-09


Pages: 10


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: Online


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
This white paper is an excerpt from the research profiling a class of companies that demonstrate successful practices in merger and acquisition integration. Conducted on behalf of 11 corporations, this study identifies the effective and innovative practices that top companies use to create superior growth and value for stakeholders through integration excellence. Distilled from hundreds of resources and drawn from more than 50 high-performing companies, the study clearly delineates the practices in place that ensure success in five key integration areas (see the figure below). The study also presents insights concerning leading integrators’ team structures and how those teams are used to deliver on new growth opportunities.

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Merger & Acquisition Integration Excellence Study

Industries Profiled:
Manufacturing; Pharmaceutical; Health Care; Diagnostic; Telecommunications; Internet; Consulting; Aerospace; Banking; High Tech; Financial Services; Consumer Products; Automobile; Transportation; Research; Chemical; Computers; Electronics; Medical Device; Insurance; Defense; Professional Services; Computer Software; Media; Multiple; Publishing; Biotech; Computer Hardware


Companies Profiled:
Abitibi-Price; Sanofi-aventis; ABB; AlliedSignal; American Home Products-Monsanto; American Standard Circuits; Ameritech; AOL; Ascend Communications; AstraZeneca; AT Kearney; Bell Atlantic; Boeing; Boeing/McDonnell-Douglas; Burroughs Wellcome; Case Technologies; Cerent; Chrysler; Ciba-Geigy; Cisco Systems; Citigroup; Coca-Cola; Con-Tel; Contel; Daimler; DaimlerChrysler; Dana; Dialogic; Dupont; DuPont; EDS; Excite; Exxon Mobil; General Electric; General Instrument; GE Capital; Glaxo Wellcome; GlaxoSmithKline; GTE; Hercules Chemicals; Honeywell; IBM; Intel; Johnson & Johnson; Kaiser Permanente; Level One; Lockheed Martin; Loral Corporation; Lucent Technologies; Motorola; Novartis; Olsten Corp; Over 50 Included; partners; Paranet; Phillips; Prudential; Quantum Health Resources; Rockwell International; Sandoz; SBC; SBC Communications; SmartTech; Solectron; Sprint; Synopsys; The Thomson Corporation; Thomson; Tyco; UDI; United Dominion Industries; UNUMProvident; US West; various; Verizon; Verizon Wireless; Viacom; Viewlogic; Wells Fargo; Whistle Communications; Yahoo