Mergers and acquisitions have picked up in the aftermath of the pandemic. As companies seek partners that can boost their competitive capabilities, it’s important that they ensure compatibility between the two organizational cultures. New research suggests that looking at political leanings among the companies’ employees can provide clues to whether the merger is likely to flourish — or fail.
- Title: How Political Ideology Can Impact the Success of M&As
- Release date: July 2021
- Publisher(s): MIT Sloan Management Review
- ISBN: 53863MIT63125
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