Avoid the M&A breakdown
Larry Rosenfeld offers advice on how to avoid the
pitfalls of poor communications when making an
An acquisition presents
significant risk and creates
chaos and uncertainty.
Rosenfeld's tips include
developing a communications
plan that targets all stakeholders.
The right plan can build credibility with
employees and customers. Without it, the promised
value of a merger is nothing more than hype.
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.In tough times, it pays to be nimble
Bill Loomis reviews the ups and downs of the year
to date in his Market Share column.
For the publicly traded government
services companies, it has
been a tough year, but there
are some hopeful signs.
Contract backlogs are growing.
And Loomis is watching for
a spike in contract awards as the fiscal year comes
to a close.
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