Влияние мотивации руководителя на эффективность слияний: состояние исследований

  • Алексей Александрович Тихомиров Университет штата Нью-Йорк, Бингхэмтон, США
  • Уильям Д. Спэнглер Университет штата Нью-Йорк, Бингхэмтон, США

Аннотация

В статье обсуждается интегрированный подход к исследованию слияний, эффективность которых остается актуальной проблемой стратегического менеджмента и лидерства. Предметом нашего анализа выступает мотивация лидера к сделкам в области слияний и поглощений (mergers and acquisitions — M&A). Концепция мотивационного профиля лидера используется в качестве основы изучения генезиса и функционирования неэкономических мотивов M&A на уровне руководителя поглощающей компании. В результате проведенного теоретического анализа формулируется ряд гипотез, устанавливающих зависимости между особенностями мотивационного профиля лидера руководителя и эффективностью сделок M&A. Представлены дальнейшие пути исследования неэкономических мотивов руководителей в сделках M&A.

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Тихомиров, А. А., & Спэнглер, У. Д. (2007). Влияние мотивации руководителя на эффективность слияний: состояние исследований. Российский журнал менеджмента, 5(1), 85-108. извлечено от https://rjm.spbu.ru/article/view/514
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