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Broad-scale guidance on all facets of M&A. Corporate integration expert Alexandra Reed Lajoux's The Art of M&A Integration gives you time-tested strategies and practices on handling the hundreds of details that spell the difference between corporate growth or financial disaster. More than theoretical research and details, The Art of M&A Integration brings you the stories of companies both large and small currently involved in the M&A process. Learn the M&A essentials of Bell Atlantic and NYNEX in telecommunications, NationsBank and Boatmen's in banking, Columbia/HCA and HealthTrust Inc, Glaxo/Welcome in healthcare, Martin Marietta and Lockheed Martin in aerospace, and many others. Find out what they did, how they did it, and what they wish they had done differently! Lajoux's book is the only place you will find: detailed explanatory endnotes--these unique additions keep the information flow moving forward while allowing you more in-depth study of specific points; international tips and tactics--one in four mergers announced by U.S. companies involves a foreign partner. Here are proven rules for success!; a dynamic postmerger plan--discover how those before you kept everybody on the same page.
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Your Roadmap To success in the world of Postmerger Integration ``An indispensible guide for the greenest rookie and the most senior deal maker on the most critical part of putting two companies together. Covers every integration issue that needs attention.''--Martin Sikora, Editor, Mergers & Acquisitions ``M&A integration is truly an art; easy to get wrong, hard to get right. Alex Lajoux has worked with a number of M&A experts to produce a must-read book on how to make your M&A integration a success.''--Michael L. Davis, Vice President, Compensation & Benefits General Mills-- ``Alex Lajoux travels beneath the surface to examine the true challenges and opportunities inherent in M&A integration. She provides great insight into the ethical and relationship issues and shows readers how to assess the post-merger environment and make informed decisions throughout the process.''--Susan B. Lione, Manager, Standards and Ethics. The Institute of Internal Auditors ``Not only is this work an excellent overview of the complex myriad of issues arising out of corporate mergers, but it is also a superb summary of the major trends now impacting modern corporate governance.''--Professor Charles M. Elson, Stetson University College of Law.About the Author:
Alexander Reed Lajoux (Arlington, VA) is the president of Alexis and Company an editorial servies firm that psecializes in providing state-of-the-art textual materials for business and professional use. Her byline appears regularly in Director's Monthly, the official newsletter of the National Association of corporate Directors and in North american International Business, a magazine for small businesses engaged in international trade.
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