You’ve closed the acquisition deal. Now what? Many companies sign on the dotted line and immediately begin overhauling systems, operations, HR, customer relationship functions, etc.. But, if you want to secure a high return on your investment in this new company, you would likely benefit from a more patient, strategic approach when it comes to the early days of post-acquisition integration.
Change is hard. If you’ve been through a merger or acquisition, you know how many challenges can arise when you’re going through a transition. And, while it’s imperative that you conduct comprehensive due diligence before you invest in a new company, today’s competitive landscape often requires the completion of due diligence faster than ever before.
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Especially since the recovery from the Great Recession, one frequently hears—from company executives, business news shows, and local Chamber of Commerce meetings--some version of the following: “Companies have many open positions they need to fill to grow their business, but just can't find the qualified talent."