How to Assess Talent Engagement in a Joint Venture

By Paul Flatin | Monday, April 11, 2016

IN MANY WAYS, working in a joint venture is not like being employed by a traditional company. After all, joint ventures are often designed to have limited lifespans – and, according to our recent analysis, live on average for ten years. While a JV is likely to have a powerful business proposition and assemble distinctive capabilities in novel ways, a JV will also have an authorized product and market scope that is restricted by the legal agreements between the shareholders.

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