Jason Schloetzer, William and Karen Sonneborn Term Associate Professor of Business Administration at the McDonough School of Business, is quoted in a recent article in The Street:
Jason Schloetzer, professor of accounting at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, agreed that selling some divisions would simplify the company’s bureaucracy problem. However, he added that a simplifying of the organizational structure is something P&G could implement without the need for a breakup…
Schloetzer points out that P&G’s matrixed organization can slow down the movement of information at the same time that it reduces accountability. “One individual can have two or more bosses raising the question of who is in charge,” Schloetzer said.
To read the full article, visit https://www.thestreet.com/story/14233574/1/here-s-what-a-breakup-of-p-amp-g-would-look-like.html.