Erik Peterson at Biometra (D)

Case Analysis

Implicitly raises the question of what Peterson should do to get rid of his difficulties. Should he resign, go directly to his division’s executive vice-president to seek relief, or to attempt to clarify the situation within the company? A redisguised and updated version of the earlier case 494-008.

Implicitly raises the question of what Peterson should do to get rid of his difficulties. Should he resign, go directly to his division’s executive vice-president to seek relief, or to attempt to clarify the situation within the company? A redisguised and updated version of the earlier case 494-008.
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John J. Gabarro,
Thomas J. DeLong
Jevan Soo
Source: Harvard Business School
3 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 18, 2010. Prod #: 411034-PDF-ENG
Erik Peterson, Biometra (D) HBR case solution