Acquisition: Strategy and Implementation

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Palgrave Macmillan UK, Nov 23, 2000 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Many acquisitions fail yet acquirers continue to make the same mistakes: poor planning, lack of communication and mishandled implementation. In this fully revised and updated edition, including a new chapter on new technology and e-commerce acquisitions, Nancy Hubbard guides the reader through a six stage planning process as well as exploring the history of acquisitions, their trends globally, and reasons for success and failure. The result is an insightful and unique guide to the process and pitfalls of acquisition strategy and implementation.

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NANCY HUBBARD is one of Britain's leading experts on acquisition strategy and implementation. She is a Director of Hubbard & Associates, a specialist mergers and acquisitions firm, works with KPMG on acquisition issues and is also an Associate Fellow at Oxford University's Templeton College.

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