Deloitte Case Study Intro
The merger of two major technology companies forged a team of 140,000 employees with capabilities in 160 countries, doing business in 43 currencies and 15 languages. Contested by key members of the board until the final hours of the transaction, the merger had a media “fishbowl” effect creating a myriad of rumors regarding layoffs and heightening internal anxiety. The client needed to quickly formulate a strategy to deal with the rumors, stabilize the workforce, and set the strategic agenda for change.
As a member of the project team can you please answer how you would structure an approach for the company’s executives to successfully address the potential issues and realize the full value of the acquisition?
Case Study Overview
In this Deloitte case study, you’ve been placed on a project team for a company that recently merged. Your job is to develop a strategy to deal with issues created by the merger.
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