The service can be used to find articles from a wide variety of academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories and universities, as well as scholarly articles available across the web.## ##Google Scholar orders your search results by how relevant they are to your query.This study focuses on factors for the failure of mergers and acquisitions globally and more particularly in India and to review the success mantra for effective implementation of mergers and acquisitions. The studies undertaken guide the management and persons involved not to fail to understand the reasons for pre and post merger failures.
Also, as a purely qualitative field research study into an area of intermediate maturity, the response to the research question lacks statistical support.
M&As are increasing in frequency and yet continue to have relatively high‐failure rates. https://doi.org/10.1108/17538371011014053 Download as .
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Based on the findings of this paper, the practice of program management provides a means of managing strategic initiatives such as acquisitions.
This paper adds to the bodies of program management and M&A literature, from the dual perspectives of practice and research, particularly with reference to small acquisitions and acquisitions in the small and medium enterprise sector. (2010), "Understanding mergers and acquisitions (M&As) from a program management perspective", International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, Vol.
The methodology applied is high‐level reflective retrospective qualitative field research conducted by a practitioner‐scholar in response to the research question: How does the program management approach applied to a small‐scale acquisition compare to the current joint bodies of program management and M&A theory and practice?
This paper is constrained by a high‐level literature review of English language publications only, and high‐level reflective retrospective qualitative field research conducted by a single practitioner‐scholar upon a single relatively small‐scale acquisition, which cannot necessarily be scaled up to be representative of a larger‐scale acquisition, nor given the differences between M&As be used as a direct template for other M&As.
Collaborations, strategic alliances, powerful partnerships will strengthen the economy.
Encouragements from Governments through legislations and tax concessions will further strengthen mergers and acquisitions.