Asexual reproduction of firms

Management scholars love to study corporate spin-offs. Every now and then companies decide to split off parts of their business or pursue new ideas by founding a new legal entity. Such an organizational split is supposed to be advantageous when it comes to managing certain types of innovative ventures. Google’s recent reorganization is an example that the large conglomerate of more or less independently operating companies seems to become more popular again in the tech world. Continue reading Asexual reproduction of firms