What Did You Learn From Your Last M&A?



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  • December 21, 2010
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  • Consuelo L. Waight Ph.D.
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The benefits of learning from mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are huge. They include:

  • increased survival rate of acquisitions;
  • increased acquisition performance; and
  • increased likelihood of future acquisition activity.

During APQC's December 2010 human capital management community call, Consuelo Waight Ph.D., Associate Professor, Human Resource Development, University of Houston, shared the findings of her research on how organizations can learn from their M&A experiences and improve M&A outcomes.

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