Cathy Benko: Winning at Deloitte (A)

Case Analysis

Jim Quigley, CEO of Deloitte and Touche consulting practice, asks Cathy Benko Senior Partner at Deloitte & Touche acclaimed initiative for the retention and advancement of women (WIN) lead. Benko, already the Lead Client Service Partner at Deloitte, one of the largest west coast and commitment of the company High Technology Sector Leader, rejects the offer. This triggers a series of movements of players around the company. The case follows Benko early career, giving the reasons why Quigley bel … Read more »

Jim Quigley, CEO of Deloitte and Touche consulting practice, asks Cathy Benko Senior Partner at Deloitte & Touche acclaimed initiative for the retention and advancement of women (WIN) lead. Benko, already the Lead Client Service Partner at Deloitte, one of the largest west coast and commitment of the company High Technology Sector Leader, rejects the offer. This triggers a series of movements of players around the company. The case follows Benko early career, giving the reasons why Quigley believes it to be the right person to lead the initiative. Meet both Quigley and Benko decisions and take actions that shape Benko role as a leader in the company.
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Deborah M. Kolb,
Cailin B. Hammer,
Kathleen L. McGinn
Source: HBS
10 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 28, in 2006. Prod #: 907 026 PDF-ENG
Cathy Benko: Win at Deloitte (A) HBR case solution