Ensuring Success with 
 Mergers and Acquisitions 

 With Don McKenzie
28 MARCH 2019: 10am - 11:30am IST 

In a 2016 article by Harvard Business Review it was stated “M&A is a mugs game: Typically 70%-90% of acquisition are abysmal failures.” Countless other publications also put M & A failure in the 50% to 90% range. 

Why is this the case? Why does it fail so often? We will share unique insights on why this is the case, and how you can identify these issues and resolve them swiftly. 

Is there a way of predicting success? Is there a way to ensure you side step high risk deals that may look attractive, and accelerate success of a merger or acquiring once it has been completed? The answer is yes, and we will show you how. 

This webinar will give you the tools to evaluate, execute and drive successful M & A activity, and ensure your organisation can reduce risk, and accelerate growth and returns using M & A successfully.

10AM -11:30AM IST
You Should Attend If...
Your organization currently, or plans to undertake M & A activity
Your organization has recently completed a merger or acquisition that is not delivering all the benefits forecast
You invest in organizations that undertake M & A activity

Hosting the webinar will be Don McKenzie, Managing Director of Adizes Institute Worldwide Australia. Prior to joining the Adizes Institute, Don was active in M & A and brings a wealth of personal experience to combine with the Adizes Methodology and M & A tool suite. 

Don is able to share case studies of personal success, however acknowledges the real learnings came from situations that did not turn out as planned. Using the Adizes tools to demonstrate how you can achieve success every time, Don will provide practical examples of how to plan, execute and accelerate M & A activities.

“Dr. Adizes’ insights cut straight to the heart of what it means to effectively lead and manage others.”
- Tony Robbins, Peak Performance Specialist.

"The Adizes approach is the most effective tool that I’ve encountered for building strong leadership teams and getting results."
 - Lynn Elsenhans, President, Shell Oil Company