Prerequisites of successful PMI

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    David Widmer

    In my opinion, there are certain prerequisites that must be met for a PMI to be successful. These include:
    1. Clear rationale for acquiring the target (e.g. cost synergies vs. product expansion)
    2. Clear PMI strategy derived from M&A rationale (point 1)
    3. Humility and professionalism with regards to PMI approach: Be aware that PMIs are complex and difficult projects and approach the project professionally
    4. Clear PMI method: define your PMI method and follow it thoroughly. The approach must cover all functional areas
    5. Sufficient resources: Be ready to staff the PMI project with sufficient resources and make sure daily business is not forgotten at the same time
    These prerequisites must be ready before you start with your PMI project.
    What other prerequisites would you add?

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