Timothy Galpin – Publications
Tim has published three management books through Jossey-Bass, Publishers, a division of John Wiley and Sons, including the best selling book on merger integration – The Complete Guide to Mergers and Acquisitions. Tim Galpin’s management books have been published in six languages including: Spanish, Italian, Korean, Russian, Portuguese, and English.
Example Testimonials for Tim’s Books
“Galpin and Herndon’s first edition was required reading at US Airways as we successfully merged with American West Airlines in 2005. Once again, they have hit it on the head with this insightful, practical guide to successfully integrating companies. From the practical to the philosophical, this is the book for any company considering a merger or acquisition.”
—Doug Parker, Chairman and CEO, US Airways
“No matter how conceptually good an acquisition looks from 30,000 feet, if the M&A deal structure and follow-on implementation aren’t optimized, the acquisition will fall short. That’s why we rely on the concepts and methods aptly laid out in this book.”
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—Jim Wickett, Executive Vice President Corporate Development, Macrovision Corporation
“Galpin provides companies with a pragmatic approach to ensure that people are focused on achieving the business strategy, whatever its aims may be. Following his advice will facilitate the success of any organization striving to transform its growth strategy into tangible, bottom-line results.”
—Walter R. Young, President and CEO, Champion Enterprises
“Managing the human factor will be the next real competitive advantage. Tim Galpin provides a practical guide that should be required reading for all engaged in organizational change.”
—Tania Modic, Principal, Western Investments