Case Solution & Analysis for CompuSoluciones: Corporate Governance by Luis Manuel Bonner de la Mora, W. Glenn Rowe, Ken Mark.
Complete Case details are given below :
Case Name : CompuSoluciones: Corporate Governance
Authors : Luis Manuel Bonner de la Mora, W. Glenn Rowe, Ken Mark
Source : Ivey Publishing
Case ID : 9B17M022 / W17048
Discipline : General Management
Case Length : 11 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
CompuSoluciones, based in Guadalajara, Mexico, was a value-added distributor of information technology hardware, software, and services that grew from its origins as a reseller for Hewlett-Packard to become the second-largest distributor in Mexico. The company was best described as a collection of team-based businesses. It had 18 independent business units-each of which managed its own supply chain and produced its own profit-and-loss statements-and over 415 employees spread out over three offices. It was also governed by multiple consultative and representative boards. The company relied on the advice, insights, and experiences of these key advisory groups to improve the quality of its decision making and inform strategic decisions. At the same time, it had a policy to achieve consensus on major strategic decisions. In January 2017, the chairman of CompuSoluciones was reviewing his company’s corporate governance policies and practices. Given the independent nature of the individual business units, he wondered whether a consensus-based model of management was still the best way to lead the firm forward and whether the current corporate governance structure was optimal for managing this particular business.
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