Strategy for the Corporate Level
Where to Invest, What to Cut Back and How to Grow Organisations with Multiple Divisions
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This book covers methodology for associations that work more than one business, a circumstance generally alluded to as gathering level or corporate-level procedure. Corporate-level procedure addresses four sorts of choices that exclusive corporate-level administrators can make: which organizations or markets to enter, the amount to put resources into every business, how to choose and control the chiefs of these organizations, and which exercises to unify at the corporate level. This book gives chiefs and official understudies every one of the apparatuses they have to make and audit viable corporate technique over a scope of associations.