Corporate Spin-Off processes are very interesting phenomena for
management theory and practice. In theory, Corporate Spin-Offs are
both a driver and a result of organisational change, offering the
possibility to investigate an area where companies are genuinely
sharing experience and best practice. In practice, Corporate
Spin-Off processes are frequent and highly successful, but not as
well-regarded as Merger and Acquisition strategies and less
understood by the decision-makers.
Success Factors of Corporate Spin-Offs was designed to meet
these demands by analysing the success factors of Corporate
Spin-Offs, their relative contribution to the process and the role
of the different actors involved. Based on an extensive literature
review and a new Spin-Off typology, a broad range of success
factors and success dimensions is proposed. Using a combination of
multivariate models, the responses from 211 European companies to a
questionnaire are analysed and typologies derived.
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