This article is devoted to actions that international organizations in the process of mergers and acquisitions can undertake in order to guarantee flexibility. Organizational culture is an important 'welding' mechanism in international mergers and acquisitions. This is why the ability to look at the integration process from a cultural perspective is stepping up to becoming a challenge for partners to the transaction. This article identifies the most important tools as well as potential problems in shaping organizational culture. Case studies serve to illustrate the discussed questions.
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