“We used to dance; now we march”: How M&As can kill culture

23 maart 2020 Management Today
If you’re not careful, you can destroy the very thing that made the acquisition valuable in the first place. Killing the culture of the acquired partner is particularly common when incumbents try to buy the innovator in their field, the disruptive competitor or the ingenious start-up. When you try to buy something that you miss or have lost along the way, and integrate them into your existing system, you risk killing the very thing you wanted to buy

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