Over the years world has witnessed many mergers & acquisitions. Whenever the
idea of merger or acquisition is proposed to shareholders it is presented as a strategy
for wealth creation. However, the statistics shows that number of mergers or acquisition
actually achieving ‘success’ is comparatively low. Mergers and acquisition fail to
recognise the importance of communicating with existing employees. Knowledge and
feelings of employees, together with other integration techniques can impact overall
success of mergers and acquisition. The literature suggests that post-acquisition
integration of M&As is the phase where expectations are fulfilled or broken and where
there is potential for employee motivation to reduce dramatically.
Beginning with an introduction of topic and presentation of related issues.
Leading to a problem statement a concrete objective for the report has been established
and presented. Subsequently, the theoretical framework and foundation for the report is
presented, accounting for various theorists, fields, and concepts and how these will
contribute to an achievement of the report’s main objective. Representing the foundation
of the theoretical framework, structure Communication by Katherine Miller are going to
be frequently applied and said, as her work spans over a large vary of topics and fields,
all being relevant to the report. other than this main supply of theoretical resources, a
large vary of theorizer, academics, professional, and business professionals are going
to be enclosed so as to confirm that each connected subject are going to be coated. With
the topic being management communication, 3 subcategories square measure proposed
so as to supply structure and summary of the excellent topic.
Resource material with change management, conflict management and
corporate culture is well examined to give brief idea about all three. Then the strategies
to communicate all these are explained.
Finally, an evaluation of the entire report, including all its phases and findings will
lead to a conclusion, answering the research question posed in the problem statement.