Life in a Matrix podcast: Mergers and Acquisitions (Episode 8)

In this podcast Kevan Hall, CEO of Global Integration, discusses Mergers and Acquisitions.

An inability to manage differences in corporate cultures and failure to manage the higher level of organizational complexity after M&A activity are two major reasons that many fail to deliver value.

In this podcast Kevan talks about the challenges of successful M&A activity, using “cultural due diligence” as part of the M&A planning process and about how to build a culture of “Best of Both” afterwards in the expanded organization.



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Life in a Matrix podcast: Mergers and Acquisitions (Episode 8)

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