Connecting Flights: The Time Sink That Kills Profits
Boeh, Kevin K.;Beamish, Paul W.
Harvard Business Review
Thirteen years of research on more than 2,000 Japanese companies and their U.S. subsidiaries shows that the longer it takes to get from headquarters to that subsidiary, the less likely the subsidiary is to make a profit. Productivity, teamwork, trust, and staff retention can be eroded by long travel times.
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