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M&A Integration, Not Business as Usual

As soon as an organization decides to acquire another, it deviates from BAU (Business as Usual). Every strategic, operational, and tactical action must focus on maximizing deal value and minimizing risks. Over the years spent in M&A, I have seen executives and management teams making the mistake of communicating to employees, customers, and partners that the M&A transaction will maintain status quo or BAU and nothing will…

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Unique insights from real world experiences across the entire M&A lifecycle; Strategy to Integration

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Nitin Kumar

Nitin Kumar

Silicon Valley CEO, Venture Investor, Board Member and Former Management Consulting Partner. A gadget freak & global nomad with a unique perspective !

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