Cultural Factors in International Mergers and Acquisitions: When and Where Culture Matters
Examines the effects of culture on the outcome and phases of IM&As focusing on the international aspect of culture and measuring success from organizations' internal perspective.
||International Mergers and Acquisitions, Cross-Cultural Management, Cultural Differences
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 7, pp.1-18.
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Mehdi Majidi is a principal consultant and a university faculty with more than 25 years experience in private and public management and international business. His key skills and knowledge lie in the areas of international business strategy, cross-cultural management, and engaging the private sector in socioeconomic development. Mr. Majidi is especially skilled in strategic planning and implementation of international mergers, acquisitions, and alliances. In this area, he focuses on cultural differences as a decisive factor in addition to financial and economic considerations.
His consulting projects include industrial development, workforce development, implementation of information technology in education, and the design of a solution to measure, monitor, and evaluate the dynamics of the socioeconomic progress of a country based on international standards indexes. He has consulted for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the U.S. Department of Education (ED), and the World Bank.
Mehdi Majidi is also a university faculty member, designing and teaching graduate level courses in international business strategy and cross-cultural management. He designs and provides executive training workshops and presentations and serves on academic panels. He has worked in different countries and speaks several languages.
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