1-as a CEO you are trying to acquire a foreign firm. The size of your firm will double, and it will become the largest in your industry. On the one hand, you are excited about the opportunity to be a leading captain of industry and the associated power, prestige, and income. You expect your salary, bonus, and stock option to double in the next year. On the other hand, you have just read this chapter and are troubled by(1) the fact that 70%m&as reportedly fail and (2)-uncertain strategic and organizational fit between the two firms (despite some superficial fit on the surface) of mergers How would you proceed?
2-conduct a VRIN analysis of your business school in terms of faculty strengths( 2 )student quality( 3) administrative efficiency (4 )information system, and( 5) building maintenance relative to the top three rival schools. if you were the dean with a limited budget , where would you invest precious financial resources to make your school number one among its rivals?Deadline 20/5