Harvard Business School Cases –Website Link https://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cbmp/access/24922965
1. “Are Leaders Portable?”, Boris Groysberg, Andrew N. McLean, & Nitin Nohria (Article R0605E)
2. “Recruitment of a Star”, Boris Groysberg, Stephen Balog & Jennifer Haimson (Case 9-407-036)
The “case method” is an approach to learning that encourages students to apply the factual information they learn from reading and in class. Students must leverage the specific events discussed in the case,
decide how to apply general human capital theory and devise applicable solutions.
All work, must be submitted through Blackboard. Outside resources should be employed and correctly referenced to more fully answer questions.
Each student will complete a three page paper plus the matrices required. Your case analysis must be uploaded to Blackboard no later than April 27, 2014. The paper may include up to two outside research
sources (not including your texts or materials from the course) and comply with MLA format. Please Note: Wikipedia is NOT an acceptable source. The assignment must be completed using: Times New
Roman or Arial 12 font and formatted with 1 inch margins, double spaced. “Works Cited” or “References” must be on a separate page.
1 Part I: A one page matrix must be completed for each of the four outside candidates (David Hughes, Gerald Baum, Sonia Meetha, and Seth Horkum). In addition, a matrix must be completed for
The matrix includes bullet points of the “Strengths” and “Weaknesses” of each candidate as it relates to their personal qualifications and fit for the Semiconductor Analyst position. Examples may include:
industry ranking, experience, intelligence, credentials, industry (sector) experience, willingness to mentor others, teamwork, compensation etc. This is not an all-inclusive list of considerations so students may
consider their own criteria. In addition to personal qualifications, students should also consider the organizational fit. Examples may include: does the candidate prefer rigorous procedures, culture,
compensation, company environment, etc. Again, this is not an all-inclusive list so students may consider their own criteria. 30
2 Part II: The first page of the paper should answer the question:
Whom should Stephen Connor hire? Why?
3 Part III: The 2nd and 3rd pages of the paper should answer the question:
Evaluate the selection and hiring process of Rubin, Stern, and Hertz. What changes, if any, do you recommend?
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