Making Your Due Diligence Checklist Work For You
HR M&A Roundtable
Due Diligence moves quickly -- often too quickly...
In many cases, you'll only have 30 days to identify, assess, and plan to mitigate the people, leadership, and culture issues associated with a deal. Even if you have a great checklist like the one provided by the HR M&A Roundtable, you'll need to partner with other experts and functions to get the job done efficiently and effectively to make the most of your limited time.
During this session, we'll explore ways to prioritize the items on your due diligence checklist so you can get the most important questions answered first. You'll discover an easy way to expand your diligence tracking efforts so nothing falls through the cracks. And, you'll learn how to translate your checklist findings into meaningful insights that will mitigate risks and support integration planning.
Don't have a checklist? Check out the free one provided by the HR M&A Roundtable.
THIS GLOBAL ROUNDTABLE IS OPEN TO ALL HR M&A PRACTITIONERS.
We host global roundtables the 2nd Tuesday of every month.
HR M&A Roundtable
Dr. Klint C. Kendrick has worked in human resources for over two decades, with extensive experience in mergers and
acquisitions, international HR, people analytics, total rewards, workforce planning, diversity and inclusion, employee
engagement, recruitment, and retention. Dr. Kendrick has worked in multiple environments, ranging from HR leadership
roles at Fortune 500 companies like Oracle and Boeing to being an HR department of one for scrappy start-ups.
Klint holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership and a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, an MBA from California State, and an undergraduate degree in business
from Eastern Oregon University. He holds designations as a Six Sigma Green Belt, Senior Professional in Human
Resources (SPHR), and Senior Certified Professional by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP).
Organizations like The Conference Board, Bloomberg BNA, Thomson Reuters, McKinsey, Mercer, Willis Towers Watson,
Transaction Advisors, MergerWare, Midaxo, and DealRoom have invited Klint to share his insights on the human side of
M&A. Post-event surveys show that audiences find Klint friendly, engaging, and knowledgeable. They appreciate how
his highly interactive style drives both conceptual learning and practical application.
What is the purpose of the roundtables?
Our virtual global and in-person regional roundtable discussions offer you a unique opportunity for networking, learning, and sharing your knowledge and experiences with your peers. At each session you’ll:
• Expand your network of professionals who share similar interests in Mergers & Acquisitions.
• Exchange experiences and know-how with other group members, allowing you to validate and share ideas, opinions, and best practices.
• Explore emerging practices and new trends in the HR M&A space
What is the HR M&A Roundtable?
The HR M&A Roundtable is a forum for Human Resources professionals and others managing the people, leadership, and culture issues in Mergers & Acquisitions. We offer roundtable sessions, training, tools, and an annual conference.
Who participates in roundtable discussions?
Participation is limited to HR or Corporate Development professionals who are either in a role with M&A responsibilities or who anticipate managing a transaction in the next 12 months.
Where are roundtable sessions held?
We host global virtual roundtable sessions every month. These 60-minute sessions focus on a particular topic of interest to practitioners. Discussions are led by a seasoned HR M&A practitioner who will help ensure what you share can be applied to your deal work. Past topics have included leadership retention, culture assessment, global deals, and total rewards alignment.
We also offer Regional Roundtable sessions in many cities, including Chicago, New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Austin, Denver, and London. These sessions usually take place face-to-face but have moved to a virtual format in response to the pandemic.