Working Paper Regarding The Vitality Of Work System Improvement During The Post Merger Integration Of Resources
Organizations seek mergers and acquisitions for many reasons. The primary reason for large mergers and acquisitions is the potential benefit that can accrue to the stockholders of both companies. Synergy is often cited as a rationale for mergers.In facing these new challenges, most of the organizations learned from experience that not only the material, informational and financial resources need to be optimized but alto the human resources must be continuously improved. And the best way of making human capital provide gainful results was found to be throughout educating it. So the basis of developing academic spin-offs are found once again in the need of putting valuable information in well cognitive developed persons hands. Therefore distributing the most precious know-how must cover the specialized labor force. In the context of the smoothing the capital flow movement at global level sizes we are witnessing at the transformation of dimensions, forms of organization and management of firms and corporations, and the shift towards a new dimension of development strategies and policies for conducting business, having as that central pillar the intellectual capital.
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