Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2002, 276 pages
Keywords: Mergers and Acquisitions
How Today's Leading Corporations Use Mergers & Acquisations as a Competitive Weapon
Mergers and acquisitions are designe4d to build market leadership and create long-term value — in theory, anyway. M&A from Planning to Integration provides complete guidelines for ensuring these optimistic theories bacome reality, and outlines a systematic plan for developing, implementing, and monitoring a successful M&A deal. Examples from companies including Cisco Systems, GE, Microsoft, and others reveal M&A strategies that have worked in the real world, illustrate the book's concepts in action, and help you apply those concepts and strategies to your own company.
Covering each step, from identifying a promising target to managing the post-merger transition, this comprehensive book details:
Is your company ready to pursue a strategic acquisition? Do you currently find yourself the target of a potential acquirer? Let M&A from Planning to Integration provide you with the tools you need to successfully guide your organization through both sides of the M&A equation.
This is a brilliant book about M&A. One of the best, read it.