Juggling at Ljubljanske Mlekarne Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Council appointed him specifically to sail the stormy seas EU ascension. But at the clock, CEO of Slovenian saw nightmare unfolds on TV when the protesters blocked the entrance of the factory. Four days of confrontation cost him eight figures, and now for the company to remain solvent, it needs international growth. And agreements. But his shareholders, some of whom were protesters held reluctantly different views. How he could combine them? Students will analyze and evaluate potential strategies for the success of the director. "Hide
by Lynn Isabella, Chris Borunda Source: Darden School of Business 9 pages. Publication Date: September 29, 2004. Prod. #: UV3260-PDF-ENG

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