Describes in detail the decisions AT & T in the design and human answering machine won their Mexican plant. Allows students to a company detailed implementation decisions on a plant in a developed country evaluate – with wages, benefits, waste management, gender-specific setting, and other issues.

Describes in detail the decisions AT & T in the design and human answering machine won their Mexican plant. Allows students to evaluate a company’s detailed implementation decisions on a plant in a developed country – with wages, benefits, waste management, gender-specific setting, and other issues
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Joseph L. Badaracco Jr.
Wilda L. White
Source: Harvard Business School
7 pages.
Release Date: 12 March 1992. Prod #: 392109-PDF-ENG
AT & T Productos de Consumo de Mexico HBR case solution

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