“Every single time you make a merger, somebody is losing his identity. And saying something different is just rubbish.”
In this chapter you will learn:
• Large or small reorganizations require a similar thought process, just differing rigor.
• For the people involved, the size of the action is irrelevant.
• Use a logical process and checklist to cover all the bases.
Every day in the news we hear about mega-mergers between giant organizations like airlines and automobile companies. These consolidations typically involve billions of dollars and take many months or even years to accomplish. The moves are the ...