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August 21, 2007


Steve Bogner

I can't name names but I recently helped a large company with their acquisition; specifically it was in bringing the employees into a central HR system. Without some clear executive direction and support to choose one set of processes vs. analyze & merge them it would have been a total mess. It is difficult enough to bring two firms together, it's just crazy to try bringing them together and change business processes at the same time. The amount of change would be very difficult to manage.


Hi Steve,
thanks for your input. You confirmed what the article was saying. Those decisions need to be made early on and communicated so that people know how to work.

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