Has anyone experienced significant differences in establishing a successful integration plan by geography, i.e. for EU, Asia Pacific, North America, etc.
If so, can you share why certain elements are important for some regions and not as important for others? Also, what baseline factors are necessary therefore re-useable?
I have some experience in merging companies and cultures from both rural Canada to the deep south in the USA – and absolutely a unique integration plan is necessary. Due to different jurisdictions, legal and being culturally aware – it is crucial that some elements of the plans be different to cater to the unique needs of each geographical region. I think the baseline factors you could consider reusable are the one deemed as non-negotiable by your company – ultimately the processes and procedures which make up the standards of your organization.
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