Last Edited by Ronald van den Hoff on 2/11/2014 2:31:06 PM
It may sound strange, but growth was, for many organizations, a way of life. Managers fought to postpone the reaching of their Coase Ceiling, or to avoid necessary changes. We even created a word for this unlimited growth: “globalization.” It was, often, not natural growth, but growth from “buying” market shares. The newly-bought corporations were quickly integrated in the existing organizations, and the hunt for new takeovers started all over again, with, as a management mantra, “the takeove..