Medical Equipment (D)

Medical Equipment (D)

By
Robert Burgelman
1985|Case No.BP242D

During the next years, Gamma Corporation tried to consolidate
its various activities and tried to strengthen its overall position by realligning its portfolio of businesses. Businesses that were shown to be unrelated to Gamma’s basic direction or were unlikely to achieve acceptable levels of profitability were discontinued.

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