Joint ventures can be an effective way to enter new markets, gain expertise, increase production capabilities, and expand distribution. Given these potential benefits, it’s no wonder that these partnerships have regained popularity. But despite their advantages, they often fail to deliver value. BCG’s research into what it takes to succeed revealed eight important lessons.
Authors: Alex Dolya, Alexander Roos, Dinesh Khanna, Gaurav Nath, Nikolaus Lang, Sharad Verma, Tawfik Hammoud
Source: Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Subjects: Management, Mergers & Acquisitions, Strategy