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Analyse bestehender Post-Merger Integrationsmodelle

  • Christian W. R. Bachmann
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Zusammenfassung

“The learning curve is so steep in mergers and acquisitions that experience must be capitalized on. Executives need to manage the integration of acquisitions as a replicable process. This is why many companies have established permanent integration teams”299. CHAUDHARI und TABRIZI (Capturing, 1999) haben eine empirische Studie über die Ergebnisse von M&As in high-tech-Industrien durchgeführt und kommen zum Schluß: “On the whole, the successful acquirers followed the same basic steps as the others, but their focus on capabilities put them ahead of the crowd”300 Daraus könnte geschlossen werden, daß für Unternehmen, die sich ähnlichen Wettbewerbsdynamiken stellen, entsprechend standardisierbare Integrationsschwerpunkte bestehen, deren Berücksichtigung dann erfolgssteigernd ist, wenn die wesentlichen Werttreiber des jeweiligen Geschäfts prioritär berücksichtigt werden.

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