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Introduction to Organisational Behaviour Case Study Essay

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Case Study Essay Topics covered: Self Concept, Job Insecurity, Attitudes, Values and Beliefs

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Economy Amp Business Post-merger integration Mergers and acquisitions Staff Van Dick
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Without the key skilled staffs, an organisation cannot operate properly. However, integration is a big challenge in a merger or acquisition (Koi-Akrofi 2016). Employee reactions can be unpredictable and depending on their reactions, it can affect the way they work as an organisation and the way their organisation work as a business. People problems are also often associated with the integration failure (Spoljarik & Màsdottir 2016; Koi-Akrofi 2016) including factors such as, conflicts in values, decline in morale and focusing on the speed of integration while ignoring employee concerns (Birkinshaw, Bresman & Hakanson; Cording, Christmann & King, cited in Georgiades & Georgiades 2014). In this case study, Big Energy bought XYZ Energy—a competitor company who operates in a...
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