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Duncan Angwin
Duncan Angwin
Dean of Nottingham University Business School and Professor of Strategic Management.
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Exploring Strategy
G Johnson, R Whittington, K Scholes, D Angwin, P Regner
Pearson 11, 797, 2017
1866*2017
Critical success factors through the mergers and acquisitions process: revealing pre‐and post‐M&A connections for improved performance
E Gomes, DN Angwin, Y Weber, S Yedidia Tarba
Thunderbird international business review 55 (1), 13-35, 2013
5342013
Mergers and acquisitions across European borders: National perspectives on preacquisition due diligence and the use of professional advisers
D Angwin
Journal of world business 36 (1), 32-57, 2001
3932001
Mergers and acquisitions across European borders: National perspectives on preacquisition due diligence and the use of professional advisers
D Angwin
Journal of world business 36 (1), 32-57, 2001
3932001
Speed in M&A integration:: The first 100 days
D Angwin
European management journal 22 (4), 418-430, 2004
3402004
Sociocultural integration in mergers and acquisitions: Unresolved paradoxes and directions for future research
GK Stahl, DN Angwin, P Very, E Gomes, Y Weber, SY Tarba, ...
Thunderbird international business review 55 (4), 333-356, 2013
2212013
New integration strategies for post-acquisition management
DN Angwin, M Meadows
Long Range Planning 48 (4), 235-251, 2015
2082015
How communication approaches impact mergers and acquisitions outcomes
DN Angwin, K Mellahi, E Gomes, E Peter
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (20), 2370-2397, 2016
1702016
Motive archetypes in mergers and acquisitions (M&A): the implications of a configurational approach to performance
D Angwin
Advances in mergers and acquisitions 6, 77-105, 2007
1662007
Connecting up strategy: are senior strategy directors a missing link?
D Angwin, S Paroutis, S Mitson
California Management Review 51 (3), 74-94, 2009
1282009
Introduction to the special issue.'Connectivity'in merging organizations: Beyond traditional cultural perspectives
D Angwin, E Vaara
Organization studies 26 (10), 1445-1453, 2005
1232005
Introduction to the special issue.'Connectivity'in merging organizations: Beyond traditional cultural perspectives
D Angwin, E Vaara
Organization studies 26 (10), 1445-1453, 2005
1232005
HRM issues and outcomes in African mergers and acquisitions: a study of the Nigerian banking sector
E Gomes, D Angwin, E Peter, K Mellahi
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (14), 2874-2900, 2012
1142012
Mergers and Acquisitions
D Angwin
Mergers and Acquisitions, 2007
96*2007
Strategic perspectives on European cross-border acquisitions: A view from top European executives
D Angwin, B Savill
European Management Journal 15 (4), 423-435, 1997
941997
Strategic alliance research in the era of digital transformation: Perspectives on future research
Q He, M Meadows, D Angwin, E Gomes, J Child
British Journal of Management 31 (3), 589-617, 2020
902020
Exploring strategy, text and cases
R Whittington, D Angwin, P Regner, G Johnson, K Scholes, P Koleva
Pearson Education, 2019
782019
Exploring strategy; Texts and Cases
G Johnson, R Whittington, K Scholes, D Angwin, P Regner
Edinburg Gate, Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, 2011
712011
Practicing strategy: Text and cases
D Angwin, L Heracleous, S Paroutis
Practicing Strategy, 1-328, 2016
702016
Recasting the dynamics of post-acquisition integration: An embeddedness perspective
A Rouzies, HL Colman, D Angwin
Long Range Planning 52 (2), 271-282, 2019
682019
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