Dewberry Capital Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In 2003, key executives Dewberry Capital, a fast-growing, Atlanta real estate company, measure their growth strategy and, as a consequence of organizational issues. John Dewberry, entrepreneurial founder of the firm, has developed a portfolio of regional shopping centers, apartments, and in the heart of Atlanta, 160,000 square foot office building. He would like to start the second neighbor, 300,000-square-foot office building, but concerns about the weak market. Already new staff members have been added to the team. The question is what other people have to be added when and at what level of compensation. "Hide
by William J. Poorvu Source: Harvard Business School 20 pages. Publication Date: November 14, 2003. Prod. #: 904418-PDF-ENG

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