Step 3: Provide M&A Integration Training

In this step of PRITCHETT's methodology, integration team members learn a proven acquisition integration methodology so they can produce excellent results ... repeatedly. 

An unprepared or overconfident acquirer can get lucky and succeed at one merger the same way a bad poker player will sometimes win a hand. It takes more than good fortune to successfully integrate target companies time after time. That kind of consistency requires a replicable, scalable methodology just like the proven one taught in the Merger Integration Certification Workshop.

While it is true every deal is different, the underlying processes (i.e. prioritization, scope change, culture change, risk management, communication, synergy program management and reporting) required for efficency and success are the same from one integration to the next.

PRITCHETT’s 5-day Merger Integration Certification Workshop focuses on these common processes and teaches an approach that has been used successfully on thousands of deals.

Ten Reasons Why Our Merger Integration Training is Unique and Powerful
 

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Assessment

Merger IQ
What's Your Merger IQ
Learn what you really know about merger management. Take our Merger IQ exam.

The answers to the test are based on PRITCHETT's three decades of acquisition integration experience.

Here's the first of the 16 True/False questions on the test:

Moving quickly during merger integration is reckless. It is a critical situation ... there's too much at stake not to take the time to "do it right the first time."

True or False?

Take the test to see the answer. Several answers on the test may surprise you!

Webinar

Top 10 ways to protect your career in a merger
Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Career in a Merger
Webinar reveals guidelines that will improve your employability during a merger.movie
Hard Proof M&A gets bum rap
Hard Proof M&A Gets a Bum Rap
This webinar challenges the conventional wisdom that M&A is a loser's game. movie

Articles

M&A Research and Statistics
M&A Research and Statistics for HR Executives in Acquired Companies
Talent retention, productivity, and psychological readiness in acquired organizations.
Merger Integration Management Training
Why Merger Integration Management Training?
Don't leave your managers in the dark.
HR carry more Clout
Why Doesn’t HR Carry More Clout in M&A?
Can HR overcome he Rodney Daingerfield problem?
Uncertainty
Uncertainty: The Petri Dish for Integration Problems
Uncertainty triggers problems even before the integration begins.

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Videos

Mirroring your first leadership moment
Mirroring: Your First Leadership Moment
Length: 1 minute 26 seconds movie

Presentations

Articles

bummed about the acquisition
Bummed About the Acquisition?
Hold back your judgment on it.
might as well embrace uncertainty
Might as Well Embrace Uncertainty
You can't eliminate it.
Good at change management
Good at Change Management? So What?
Speech delivered by HR Executive.
Mergers announcement and close
What Should Managers Do Between Merger Announcement and Close?
Six guidelines on how leaders in acquired organizations can best manage the situation.
Employees guide to corporate divestiture
The Employee Guide to Corporate Divestitures
How to best run your career in a divestiture.
top ten things need in the acquired organizations
Human Resources: Top Ten Things Employees Need in the Acquired Organization
The integration will run smoother if these needs are met.
Change management for employees in M&A
Change Management for Employees in Mergers and Acquisitions
Guidelines on how to best adapt to changing circumstances.
Expect somebody to reduce your stress
Mistake #1: Expect Somebody Else to Reduce Your Stress
Avoid basic mistakes that create job stress.
What does acquired organization needs
What an Acquired Organization Needs from Employees Prior to Close
Tips for employees in soon-to-be acquired companies.
Mergin cut management
Merging? Cut Management Some Slack
In mergers, managers often have to wing it.
120 years in M&A
A 120-Year Perspective on M&A
If past is prologue, we should expect deal making to come in waves throughout the 21st Century.
Psychological hit of Merger Integration
The Psychological Hit of Merger Integration
90% of managers are unprepared for M&A.
Mergers and Acquisitions Process in Employees
How to Explain the Mergers & Acquisitions Process to Employees
Educate the workforce about the steps of a merger.