Ideal Structure for a Successful Joint Ventures

Joint Venture Management

Joint ventures developed using familiar best practices can fail without a solid structure and a cross-process discipline for strategy, planning, operations, and implementation. Joint ventures that frequently struggle to sustain the continuity of vision as they develop and execute joint ventures.

  1. Balanced unique value added from shareholders to JV
  2. Business dependence between JV and shareholders
  3. Balanced returns from JV to shareholders
  4. Good mechanisms to manage support and involvement
  5. Balanced leverage between shareholders to ensure JV remains on the right path
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