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Authors: Chyekok Ho, Chin Seng Koh
Publisher: Chandos Asian Studies
This book examines how to conduct due diligence on mergers and acquisitions for organizations in China written from a management perspective. It highlights models that appear straightforward and yet are susceptible to oversights and failings and examines the roles of human resource practitioners from when a target company is identified for mergers or acquisitions through to assessing its risks. “HR Due Diligence” incorporates adopting human resource management strategies under differing business conditions, negotiating to secure the deal and integrating the new business unit to the merged or acquired organization. The authors give a fantastically detailed analysis of due diligence, capturing the nuances of the Chinese way of doing things and how this affects a business environment.
- Provides practical and realistic solutions to real-world problems
- Concisely draws upon the authors’ wide-ranging practical and research experience in conducting due diligence assignments in organizations in China
Table of Contents
1 An overview
2 Cultivating affective relationships
3 Introducing HR due diligence
4 Conducting HR due diligence
5 Navigating beyond relationships
6 Managing integration
Checklist for conducting a HR due diligence