Forging New Families: An Overview of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Context of Organizational Change

Change Management

Mergers and acquisitions often don’t result in positive organizational change. In this current issues paper, the Dean of Science and Health from the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Technology discusses the four stages of the M & A process, human resource management issues such as retention, and essential cultural considerations for a successful merger.

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