Operational Mergers and Acquisition Integration
Most operational mergers fail or succeed only after a prolonged and painful process. Each subsequent attempt at merger is more difficult and exasperating for all involved.
For mergers to be effective a certain minimum amount of energy must be generated so that there is sufficient momentum for the effort to be carried through its most difficult phases – implementation and especially the embedding phases.
Heridian takes over complete responsibility for actively and visibly leading and merging two or more companies….
Heridian guides the merger process, peer level to the management team.
In the latter approach, Heridian takes a very active and visible facilitator role, in the process, all key communications and control are still vested with the existing management.