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Creating successful acquisition and joint venture projects [electronic resource] : a process and team approach / John E. Triantis.

By: Triantis, John E, 1944-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Westport, Conn. : Quorum, 1999Description: 1 online resource (407 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780313371240 (electronic bk.); 0313371245 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Management | Joint ventures -- Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Mergers & Acquisitions | Bedrijfsovernames | Samenwerkingsvormen (bedrijfseconomie)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Creating successful acquisition and joint venture projects.DDC classification: 658.1/6 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Illustrations; Acknowledgments; PROLEGOMENA; PART I: TEAMS AND PREPARATION; PART II: PROCESSES THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE; PART III: PROCESS GUIDELINES AND AREAS OF FOCUS; PART IV: THE MEANS AND TOOLS TO ENSURE SUCCESS; PART V: MANAGING APPROVALS AND LEARNING; Bibliography; Index.
Summary: Acquisitions and joint ventures can be difficult, costly, and risky, but if a company uses the right teams and processes and is adequately prepared, the chance of success can be significantly increased. Dr. Triantis, a practitioner with extensive experience in M & A planning and implementation and business strategizing, discusses the resources and preparation that are needed before an acquisition or joint venture should even be started, and the various roles and responsibilities of project participants once it is underway. His book examines the sequence of steps, and the events involved in condu.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [395]-401) and index.

Illustrations; Acknowledgments; PROLEGOMENA; PART I: TEAMS AND PREPARATION; PART II: PROCESSES THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE; PART III: PROCESS GUIDELINES AND AREAS OF FOCUS; PART IV: THE MEANS AND TOOLS TO ENSURE SUCCESS; PART V: MANAGING APPROVALS AND LEARNING; Bibliography; Index.

Acquisitions and joint ventures can be difficult, costly, and risky, but if a company uses the right teams and processes and is adequately prepared, the chance of success can be significantly increased. Dr. Triantis, a practitioner with extensive experience in M & A planning and implementation and business strategizing, discusses the resources and preparation that are needed before an acquisition or joint venture should even be started, and the various roles and responsibilities of project participants once it is underway. His book examines the sequence of steps, and the events involved in condu.

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