Make your next merger or acquisition one for the ages
Meant to create value potentially fueled by synergies, the reality is that most mergers and acquisitions fail. It's estimated that 83% of mergers and acquisitions do not hit their desired results.
The Merger & Acquisition Leader's Playbook tells you why most mergers fail. More importantly, it tells you how to make your next one a sweeping success. In the book, a team of private equity experts deliver a masterful walkthrough of how to integrate organizations by driving commercial success, instead of focusing purely on cutting costs.
Readers will find:
- Concrete strategies for increasing the odds of success and reducing the risk of failure - of a new merger or acquisition
- A comprehensive, easily deployed and implemented plan to realize synergies
- Proven tools, techniques, and tricks of the trade to help leaders stay on top of their latest merger and keep everything on track
A must-read resource for business leaders considering a fresh merger or acquisition, The Merger & Acquisition Leader's Playbook: A Practical Guide to Integrating Organizations, Executing Strategy, and Driving New Growth after M&A or Private Equity Deals will also earn a place in the libraries of investors, agents, corporate service providers, and consultants trying to get two or more businesses to pull in the same direction.
About the Author:
GEORGE B. BRADT is Chair of PrimeGenesis, helping lead the revolution in how people start new jobs. Prior to founding PrimeGenesis, George served in sales, marketing, and general management roles around the world at companies including Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and J.D. Power and Associates as chief executive of its Power Information Network spin-off.
JEFFREY P. PRITCHETT is Senior Managing Director and a Senior Operating Executive for Cerberus. He is a seasoned chief executive with extensive experience driving strategic initiatives and improving companies' overall commercial, financial and operating performance. He has worked in leadership, officer, director and advisory roles for Fortune 500 companies and middle market businesses in both public and private settings.