Cross Cultural Implications of M & A's
Did you know 30% of failed integrations are due to cultural gaps and related issues? Isaac Dixon
Why let that happen, when you can avoid it altogether?
Cultural Implications of Mergers and Acquisitions
There has been a huge growth in the number of Mergers and Acquisitions globally but research shows that there has been an estimated 70%-90% failure rate of M&A's around the world. This dumbfounding statistics is in part due to the far-reaching effect of cultural differences between the two companies. The good news is that failure can be avoided, and quite easily so.
Today more than ever, cultural differences are viewed as critical to M&A's. Achieving successful integration between two companies from different cultures starts with understanding the connection between cultural differences and measurable business results.
That is precisely why Change Management should focus on building a cultural strategy and dedicate its efforts and resources to understand, accept, and bridge cultural gaps. This is precisely what you will learn in this "Cultural Implications of M&A" training.