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P Koroma, Austria: We have to realise that for over 600 years, Africa has been highly marginalised, its dignity denied in every aspect of reasoning, and has had its highly sophisticated and characteristic visionaries suppressed of got rid of by outside invaders who now cosily and gleefully watch the continent descend into the political and economic uncertainty we see today.
These researchers have also listed obstacles to integration from a managerial perspective (Hunt 1990; Haspeslagh and Jemis
on 1991; Pablo 1994).
The rich organizational wisdom gained from years of tenure enable the acquired company's longer tenured top executives to provide insights into key factors in the implementation process, such as the traditions and history of the acquired company's culture, its long-term relationships with suppliers, vendors and buyers, understanding of what has worked and failed before, and the underlying structure of its political conflicts (Buono et al., 1985; Jemison & Sitkin, 1986; Haspeslagh & Jemis