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Implementing a Post-Merger Integration

In 1998, 12,000 M&A transactions were reported, and some of them broke previous records as the largest deals ever conducted. In this report, based on presentations made at the 1999 Post-Merger Integration Conference, executives and business experts share their experiences in developing a strategic context for M&A integration, creating a corporate culture, and measuring integration success.

Topics covered:

  • examining the urge to merge
  • implementing the strategy to match the vision
  • getting the systems right: integrating IT
  • communicating integration
  • the HR challenge
  • The role of knowledge management: how to enhance value in the new company
  • defining the yardstick: measuring integration success







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