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A Carve Out, Like All Surgery, Requires Special Consideration

By Robert Carpenter-Israel on September 14, 2016
When it comes to carve out opportunities, the business case is always made that the asset will perform better out of the hands of the parent or ‘mothership’ (i.e., too much corporate overhead charge, underinvestment, suppressing potential, etc.). But there are many cases where there is value loss from separation – and that loss needs to be understood and recovered.
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Topics: Drivers of Choice, Investigative Research, Value Proposition, Customer Retention, Best Practices, Voice of Customer

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