Cynthia Carroll at Anglo American (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In 2007, Cynthia Carroll, the just-appointed chief executive of mining giant Anglo American, was considering ending up mines in South Africa for safety reasons, namely worker fatalities. No firm had done this earlier.  Carroll believe that working for a company whose goal was something less than "zero harm" (meaning no wounds or grave damage) was deplorable. As the first woman and non-South African to head the century-old company, many were watching her carefully. What message would that send to the mining industry and to the company? The lives Carroll's name, of others, as well as the presentation of the company were all on the procession.

PUBLICATION DATE: October 30, 2013 PRODUCT #: 414019-HCB-ENG

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