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How to decide who's in charge of a merger

How to decide who's in charge of a merger

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As with any complex project, the success of a merger will depend on leadership. Being clear about who leads the process, what their scope is and what is expected of them is an important early part of the process. When thinking about a merger's leadership, consider the following steps. As with any complex project, the success of a merger will depend on leadership. Being clear about who leads the process, what their scope is and what is expected of them is an important early part of the process. When thinking about a merger's leadership, consider these steps.
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As with any complex project, the success of a merger will depend on leadership. Being clear about who leads the process, what their scope is and what is expected of them is an important early part of the process.
When thinking about a merger's leadership, consider the following these steps.

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