By Nancy Hubbard
Read Online or Download Acquisition: Strategy and Implementation PDF
Similar investing books
The unstable inventory industry is popping severe traders into macroeconomic-data junkies. but knowing simply what the commercial records suggest, their position within the real machinations of the economic system and fiscal markets, and the way to decipher the market's most likely reactions to the newest pronouncements is a frightening problem.
An in-depth examine concepts and strategies of 5 of the country's top funds managersIn 5 Key classes from best cash Managers, Scott Kays faucets into the funding wisdom of 5 of the nation's most advantageous cash managers-Bill Nygren, Andy Stephens, Christopher Davis, invoice Fries, and John Calamos.
An introductory guide to making an investment with futures Many traders tips on how to alternate fairness strategies, yet many are surprising with futures. As headlines approximately commodity costs proliferate, lively, self-directed traders are turning their realization to futures. the total consultant to Futures buying and selling is a complete introductory instruction manual to making an investment with commodity futures, together with the more and more well known mini(r) inventory index futures and the hot singlesstock futures contracts.
- Financial Derivatives in Theory and Practice
- J. Christoph Amberger's Hot Trading Secrets: How to Get In and Out of the Market with Huge Gains in Any Climate
- Treynor On Institutional Investing (Wiley Finance)
- The Great Investors: Lessons on Investing from Master Traders
Extra info for Acquisition: Strategy and Implementation
Countless studies conducted throughout the US and Europe suggest that employees find the uncertainty related to acquisition hard to bear; in fact, the uncertainty associated with acquisition is what causes much of the stress, not the events themselves. Employees will accept almost alt outcomes after acquisition, including negative ones, ifthey are psychologically preparedfor them prior to their occurrence and are treated fairly during the process of implementation. The business world has changed - the vast majority of employees Why Emplayees Act the Way They Da 37 accept that they no longer have jobs for life.
It is highly unlikely that this degree of trust will exist in target employees after acquisition for some time even if the implementation process goes weIl. What a smooth implementation process does give the acquirer is time in which to develop an atmosphere where employees are willing to undergo the new socialization process, the outcome of which is the new psychological contract. The other element necessary for a new psychological contract is effective communication to each employee. A problem for the acquirer is that each acquired employee's psychological contract with the target differs as each employee expects different things.
While all 0/ these elements are present in any acquisitian to a greater or lesser extent, it is how the acquirer handles the acquisition process which greatly influences the intensity 0/ perceptions in those affected. In effect, any of the negative feelings associated with acquisition are greatly exacerbated by a poorly managed implementation process. Likewise, an acquisition process which is well handled can positively enhance the perceptions of employees discussed above, with higher trustworthiness, management and organizational credibility, belief of communication and intention to stay with the employer all being positive outcomes of a well-managed acquisition implementation.