M&A - Vertical Acquisition of ADMECO AG: Management Strategy
Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1.7, University of Strathclyde, language: English, abstract: This paper discusses the potential benefit and strategic importance of an acquisition recommended for ADMECO AG, a small business operation, within the context of MSIE1. Since this is dealt with here briefly and concisely, the issues tackled do not cover the contrast between pre-acquisition motives and post-acquisition behaviour, or the subtle process of sound integration.
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1.0 Situation 2.0 Actionable Advice 3.0 Justification 3.1 Porter’s Five 3.2 Strategic 3.3 SWOT Analysis 4.0 Conclusion Acquisition of ADMECO Acquisition Planning Acquisition strategy ADMECO & NMS ADMECO AG Advice to Senior Brand competitive advantage corporate side cost cultural differences differenciation digitalisation drive due diligence Empirical studies indicate employees Entrants Exploring Corporate Strategy factor Five Force Framework Five Force model Focused Frills globalisation and deregulation growth hospital market iiDownes iJohnson increased integration International Environment Investor Justification of Key lessen the chances Management Strategy manufacturing market changes Market Segment medical device company microeconomic Nordic Medial Supply organisation overall Pearson Education Pierre players Porter’s Five Force post-acquisition potential Price recognise resonance Scandinavia Scholes School of Business Situation & Issues smooth merger Source of Competition Strategic Alliances Strathclyde Graduate School structure subsidiary Suppliers Switzerland synergy University of Strathclyde Vertical Acquisition Word count Workbook www.GRIN.com