Running and Growing the Small Company Course Overview Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Address, faced by managers, presidents and owners to create and maintain high performance, especially as the company expands its mix of products and services, increase their sales, and increase the size of its workforce. A major concern of the course is from day to day, figuring out what to do and how to do it through the space management functions in a variety of professional settings. This day is a day, search and retrieval purposes and methods built into the reality that the leaders themselves can not be the only source of creative wisdom. Rather, the organization of the production of goods, services and information through the processes - the collective efforts of many people, each of whom is responsible for the design, implementation and improvement of small parts of a larger whole. Ideally, the opening is distributed among all the processes and artifacts in place to span the border. However, the cases show that this is not happening, and in many organizations. Some of them are very limited due to inability of the leaders to use the talents of people with whom they work. Through class discussions and projects, students learn how managers can move from the limited growth of the state closer to one where everyone contributes. Many of the lessons of the course is rooted in industrial situations in which know-how - as reflected in the processes by which products are designed and made - distinguishes winners from losers. Shows that these lessons can be applied to non-industrial settings, such as health care, software development, and consulting services, create and maintain competitive advantage. In these industries, especially, knowledge, and often need to be empirically discovered, and not invented in the autonomous laboratory. In addition, the use of these is through the exchange of learned behavior, not a mechanistic replication of output of physical goods. Rewritten version of the earlier notes. "Hide
by Steven J. Spear 17 pages. Publication Date: October 29, 2001. Prod. #: 602077-PDF-ENG

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