M&A Digital Demands

M&A Digital Demands

by Mark Dangelo
M&A Digital Demands

M&A Digital Demands

by Mark Dangelo



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Why do M&A deals announced with high promises and financial returns experience a failure rate over 80%? Are these failures a result of poor plans, poor execution, or a loss of talent? Perhaps, the expectations were based on due diligence that was focused on financial engineering rather than operational performance? Was the M&A event a last-ditch effort to save struggling brands where the customer value proposition was out-of-phase with the markets?

The realities of M&A synergy obtainment in an era of digitization and cross-linked services are no longer about the excitement of the deal—but obtaining consistent, iterative post-deal digital transformations. The combined entities must focus not on just integrations, but migration to hyper-accelerated consumer driven digital ecosystems utilizing a playbook framework of continuous refreshes of design, develop, implement, and iterate (D2I2).

M&A Digital Demands provides an adoptable framework that can be adapted using competencies of leadership orchestration, innovation layering, and technology building blocks which secure post-deal results. This M&A playbook is designed for the digital demands of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. M&A events were traditionally infrequent—now they will arrive non-stop and require repeatable frameworks and consistency. M&A Digital Demands are a required core competency.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162250968
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 04/01/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

As Chief Innovation Officer at BlackFin Group. Mark started his career as a computer scientist and innovator. As a strategist, he has worked globally advising hundreds of companies across the Fortune 50 to the Russell 3000 to privately owned enterprises. Mark has worked domestically and internationally on post-deal initiatives, operational efficiencies, program remediation's, organizational restructurings, emerging innovations, product and organizational launches, and technology refreshes. His views on innovation are a direct result of his decades of practical experiences.

Mark is a published author of five books, hundreds of business and innovation articles, a 17-year columnist for the U.S. Mortgage Bankers Association, and he also teaches graduate studies in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at John Carroll University. His educational foundations include a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master’s in Business.
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