Organizing for value
When large companies are organized in the traditional divisional structure, strategic decisions often fall to managers under short-term budgetary pressure. Success in one unit hides failures in others and ventures that promise strong future growth are starved if they can't contribute short-term.
One way to shake things up is to review the strategy and performance-management processes and to make decisions at the more granular level of value cells
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