Mergers and acquisitionsNo. Of Articles:15

    May-2012
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    The Tech Mahindra, a unit of Mahindra & Mahindra, and Satyam Computer Services Ltd merger is re...
  • Aug-2008
  • Sunit Sinha
    Making the merger deal work calls for the same dosage of attention, time and energy which is de...
  • Dec-2006
  • Kanti Gopal Kovvali
    As organizations plan to grow inorganically and as they face challenges of a changing competiti...
  • July-2006
  • People integration from two diverse companies into a single entity takes time and patience. Suc...
  • Nov-2004
  • Jessica Caplan
    In M&As, companies tend to direct their efforts towards concrete financial aspects such as cost...
  • July-2004
  • Amit Pande & Sandeep K Krishnan
    hr & business
  • May-2003
  • Jugal Prasad & Amit Kumar Ghosh
    The merger of two business entities calls for a balance between control and chaos, the balance ...
  • Nov-2002
  • Prof. Madhukar Shukla
    Some years back, one of the Indian engineering companies entered into a JV with a US MNC. Since...
  • Jan-2002
  • SANDIP MISHRA
    A merger situation without attention to people transition can prove to be deadly....
  • Mar-2001
  • R. KRISHNAMOORTHY
    The success of mergers revolve around people.
  • Feb-2001
  • A merger could be one of the worst nightmares in a corporate slumber. But like all change, it w...
  • Aug-1998
  • HC TEAM
    HR managing at the forefront of crisis
  • Aug-1998
  • A. SUDHAKAR
    The fluid nature of the pre and post merger situation demands reworking of HR policies, procedu...
  • Aug-1998
  • D.B. SHELATKAR & NOEL NARONHA
    Once the new entity is in place, HR has work on its hands, especially in the areas of compensat...
  • Aug-1998
  • ARUNAV BANERJEE
    The role of communication is vital for HR during mergers.
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