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Control, change and flexibility: the dilemma of transnational collaboration

Author: Doz, Yves L. ; Hamel, G. ; Prahalad, C. K.INSEAD Area: Strategy In: Managing the global firm - Bartlett, Christopher A.;Doz, Yves L.;He - 1990 - INSEAD Book Language: EnglishDescription: p. 117-143.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask the Library for this chapterAbstract: This chapter analyses partnerships as an alternative to organic development in the process of industry and company globalization. Although partnerships offer very tangible short term advantages, in cost, risk and delay reduction in the development of new markets and new businesses, they were found unlikely to provide over time, enough capabilities for control, change and flexibility to be a viable long term alternative to internal development.
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This chapter analyses partnerships as an alternative to organic development in the process of industry and company globalization. Although partnerships offer very tangible short term advantages, in cost, risk and delay reduction in the development of new markets and new businesses, they were found unlikely to provide over time, enough capabilities for control, change and flexibility to be a viable long term alternative to internal development.

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