Author(s): Stocken, Phillip C.; Robinson, Leslie A.
This executive summary provides an overview of Professors Phillip Stocken and Leslie Robinson's recent study on corporate decision making, created with our partner, IEDP, who produce Ideas for Leaders.
Certain company and country factors determine whether decisions should be centralized at parent company headquarters or decentralized to the foreign subsidiary. Ignoring those factors will hurt parent and subsidiary financial performance. And fixing the inappropriate decision-making structure could prove costly.
Centralized or Decentralized Decision Rights in Multinationals
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