Is there a correlation between the size of a business, its corporate model, the quality of its decision-making process, and its overall performance?
To address this question, we fielded a double-blind research study through a third-party firm in order to determine which corporate model was prevalent at nearly 200 companies of different sizes and how
effective its model was at its current stage of revenue.
The data gathered allowed us to unearth insights into three main areas: the four distinct corporate model archetypes; the implications of each archetype on the organization of the corporate center, business units, and support functions; and the performance and decision-making effectiveness of each archetype.
Complete the form to the right to download the full survey results.