DAAG Europe (A)

Case Analysis

Companies must decide whether to raise prices and tighten consumer credit in light of its strategy to rationalize production, increase the introduction of a new line of model elevators and market share. Points to the relationships of the various functional areas within a company’s strategy and to some extent the time frame associated with strategic change.

Companies must decide whether to raise prices and tighten consumer credit in light of its strategy to rationalize production, increase the introduction of a new line of model elevators and market share. Points to the relationships of the various functional areas within a company’s strategy and to some extent the time frame associated with strategic change.
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from
Francis J. Aguilar,
Robert E. Svensk
Source: Harvard Business School
12 pages.
Release date: 01 August 1973. Prod #: 374037-PDF-ENG
DAAG Europe (A) HBR case solution