The idea that new businesses prosper best when separated from their corporate parents has now become conventional wisdom. Although new ventures do need space to develop, strict separation can prevent them from obtaining invaluable resources and rob their parents of the vitality they can generate. The solution? A balance of partitioning and integration.
Content: Article | Authors: Ansgar Richter, John Roberts, Jonathan D. Day, Paul Y. Mang | Source: McKinsey Quarterly | Subjects: Management, Strategy