Organisational Due Diligence – Closing the Last Asymmetric Information Gap in Deal Making

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In the October issue of Acquisition International Humatica consultant Valentina Pozzobon discusses how organisational due diligence can be incorporated successfully into business deals.

“Considering merger failure rates due to soft factors, it is surprising that acquirers spend millions on legal and financial due diligence, yet neglect the most important asset – people and their behavioural norms. Even post-merger organisational integration at all levels – except the top – is left to chance hoping that the two organisations come together and somehow work out new processes on their own.”

Read full article here: Acquisition International October 2015

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