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Post Merger Integration for HR Professionals

Delivering a Successful Integration Process

1-2 Mar 2018
NBC TOWER | Chicago, IL, United States of America


Why You Should Attend

Post Merger Integration for HR Professionals

In today’s global, competitive environment, mergers are sometimes the key to long-term survival for organizations. HR professionals are critical to the post-merger integration process. Charged with retaining talent, stimulating employee performance, and creating a renewed corporate culture, the HR role is crucial to the success of any post-merger integration. As PMI is defined as the aspect of an organizational merger that involves combining the original socio-technical systems of the merging organizations into one such newly combined system, it is required that HR professionals are aware, knowledgeable and able to enforce a change management program before, during and after the integration.

 

It has been estimated that nearly two-thirds of mergers and acquisitions have failed due to HR-related issues including incompatible cultures, loss of key talent, diminished trust and management styles. From creating and executing 100-day plans to developing employee communications to ensure a successful integration, the HR professional is tasked with making the seemingly impossible possible. This course aims at bringing all the necessary tools and real-life examples for HR professionals to achieve desired results.

 

Key Topics

  • The development of the HR organization
  • Planning the Integration Process
  • Review top talent and relationships, salaries, benefits, pensions and other HR policies, performance management and culture
  • How to deliver a successful integration process
  • Develop employee communications: what, when and how will we tell people?
  • Previous Attendees Include

    VPs, directors, senior-level managers in any industry with responsibilities in:
    HR
    Communications
    Mergers & Acquisitions
    CFO
    Business Development
    Corporate Strategy


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    Above all, marcus evans provides clients with business information and knowledge which enables them to sustain a valuable competitive advantage and makes a positive contribution to their success.






    Practical Insights From

    Bob Ficken
    Mergers & Acquisitions Consultant
    Tasman Consulting. He has managed over 30 M&A projects from due diligence to full integration across industries including retail, healthcare, education, manufacturing, software and government agencies. I am a true business partner that can read a P&L, conduct cost-benefit analysis, use ROI calculations, and bring full alignment between HR and key organizational objectives. Bob has improved the bottom line of several companies by millions of dollars, contributed to the decreased turnover of one organization by 7% and automated a performance management system that saved another company $150,000 annually. Bob has travelled throughout the U.S. and internationally to help businesses build HR teams, save money and reduce turnover. His experience also includes teaching MBA-level courses in transformational leadership, labor relations, employment law and change management. Bob is a Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

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    Emily Jones


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    455 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr.
    Chicago, IL 60611

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