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Conijn, J. (author)
Increasing competition in today’s markets leads to an increasing need for companies to be competitive. One factor that affects how competitive companies can be, is how innovative they are. Companies therefore want to be innovative, which can be challenging. One way of being innovative is to use innovations created by others. When two companies...
master thesis 2016
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Bijwaard, J. (author)
Building on the experience built up from the management of more than 30 integration project, the objective of this research as been to improve the post-acquisition HR integration approach of Philips New Venture Integration, based on a gap analysis between the current model approach actual HR integration processes employed during the integration...
master thesis 2012
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Van der Marel, J.M. (author)
The situation of two companies in a merger presents unique challenges to IT network integration, because both companies have an existing IT network. These networks might not be compatible and would need to be changed to be able to support the combined business process after the merger has taken place. Research on mergers and acquisitions has...
master thesis 2011