Merger Survival Tools
- Changing corporate culture is perilous. Hoekman // Grand Rapids Business Journal;11/15/99, Vol. 17 Issue 46, pB1
Focuses on the difficulties encountered when changing a corporate culture. Culture and norms of the workplace; Importance of training in achieving cultural evolution; Mergers and acquisitions as causes of cultural evolution. INSET: What's your corporate culture?.
- 10 signs your job might be in danger. // New Zealand Management;May2000, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p9
Details the ten variables to look for to determine if one's job is in jeopardy. Merger or acquisition of one's company; Boredom in the workplace; Changes in the corporate culture; Employee evaluation; Things to do when one sees these signs.
- Demand Grows For Training Worksite Agents. Friedman, Douglas I. // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;11/22/99, Vol. 103 Issue 47, p10
Reports on the demand for training insurance agents in the workplace market. Presentation of the product by a poorly trained agent; How to explain the tax issues of insurance; Problems posed by the acquisitions of companies.
- Single super-body to tackle discrimination. // Personnel Today;11/4/2003, p4
All forms of workplace discrimination will soon be tackled by a single equality body, under Great Britain government plans to merge the existing agencies. Plans for a powerful Commission for Equality and Human Rights have been unveiled by the DTI to help suppress discrimination and ensure...
- Secrets from design duos. SCIBERRAS, ALICIA // Artichoke;Mar-May2015, Issue 50, p104
The article offers information on the importance of sustainability for a successful business. Topics discussed include the Artichoke Night School session on architecture that was held in Sydney, Australia on October 22, 2014, factors that should be considered in business such as executive...
- Comment. Reid, J. G. // Management Services;Jan1976, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p3
The article presents an introduction to the January 1, 1976 issue of the journal Management Services. This issue is in a new format that serve the various interests of its diverse membership, and reflect the move to group disciplines like work study and organization and methods. Over the past 12...
- Advances in Dialogic OD. Bushe, Gervase R.; Marshak, Robert J. // OD Practitioner;Spring2012, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p4
The article provides information on the winter 2013 issue of the journal which will highlight advances in dialogic organization development (OD) practice. It indicates that the winter 2013 issue will describe the OD practice which is believed influenced by social construction, discursive...
- Toward a Relevant and Influential OD. Worley, Christopher G. // OD Practitioner;Spring2012, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p5
The article focuses on the author's thoughts on how to adopt relevant and influential organization development (OD) practice. The author claims that an effective OD practice depends on self-managed teams, decentralized decision making and highly involved organizations. He also believes that the...
- A Collaborative Culture: Collaboration Is Not Something Organizations Do, But a Way of Being. Sanchez, Marisa // OD Practitioner;Spring2012, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p7
The article discusses the concept of a collaborative corporate culture. It describes key factors needed in the promotion of interorganizational collaboration which are suggested by the North American Family Institute (NAFI) in its study including organizational values, leader-directed engagement...