Cooke & Rodak LLP Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The managing partner of Cooke & Rodak LLP was devising a recommendation to be presented to the executive committee regarding a significant change to the plan for articling students of the business. The current program had an organized spinning system, and after interviews with several present articling students it was proposed that a move to a more entrepreneurial-based strategy, hence allowing students flexibility in choosing their work, would be welcomed. Would this entrepreneurial-based strategy be seen as a chance to find their niche, or would it be viewed as too unstructured and "scare off" potential nominees? Could the business keep its present strong standing among students by selecting this strategy? It was thought that eliminating the spinning system would improve development of the company's pupils, but it was not known how recruiting efforts towards future candidates might affect, since no other firm had taken this approach.

PUBLICATION DATE: October 21, 2010 PRODUCT #: 910D14-PDF-ENG

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