Acquisitions are all the rage, but when it comes to creating value, big is not always better. What matters is how a company’s pieces work together.
Editor’s Note: this article offers one of the most controversial and counter-intuitive prescriptions I have ever read (up there with the “IT adds no value” argument). Specifically, it says that corporate centers typically subtract value in multi-business entities rather than adding value. Read this article…
Authors: Andrew Campbell, David Sadtler