Describes the Darwinian internal and external processes that lead to poor performance of a previously well-functioning business. Demonstrates why every business design ultimately fails and the role of organizational calcification and poor leadership in the failure. Also provides rules for the prevention and alleviation of the problems.

Describes the Darwinian internal and external processes that lead to poor performance of a previously well-functioning business. Demonstrates why every business design ultimately fails and the role of organizational calcification and poor leadership in the failure. Also provides rules for the prevention and alleviation of the problems.
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Benson P. Shapiro,
Richard S. Tedlow,
Adrian J. Slywotzky
14 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 29, 1994. Prod #: 595045-PDF-ENG
Why Bad Things to Good Companies HBR case solution Happen

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