Ambidexterity and Survival in Corporate Venture Units
Journal of Management, Volume 40, Issue 7, 2014.
ambidexteritycorporate venture capitalcorporate venture unitrelational contextsurvival
Corporate venture (CV) units constitute vehicles through which firms may act ambidextrously, thereby increasing their longevity, but they suffer from a high failure rate. The authors examine why and how some CV units last significantly longer than others. They argue that CV units endure by developing an ambidextrous orientation themselves...More
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