The Vice-President of the Ontario region of a painting company must decide which of the three internal candidates, all franchisees with the company to promote the position of General Manager. Students are able to analyze, from a qualitative and quantitative perspective of each candidate’s suitability. Qualitative analysis is also discussion of Pro College’s core values ​​and key success factors of the general manager position. Quantitative analysis includes evaluation of the subunit Candida … Read more »

The Vice-President of the Ontario region of a painting company must decide which of the three internal candidates, all franchisees with the company to promote the position of General Manager. Students are able to analyze, from a qualitative and quantitative perspective of each candidate’s suitability. Qualitative analysis is also discussion of Pro College’s core values ​​and key success factors of the general manager position. Quantitative analysis includes evaluation of candidate subunit individual’s financial results both before and after a major breakdown of administrative costs, including the costs of recruitment and training, marketing costs and head office costs. Alternative methods of allocating those costs are given in the case and these results should be analyzed and discussed.
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Elizabeth M.A. Grasby,
Andrew Smith
Source: Ivey Publishing
16 pages.
Release Date: 02 February, 2007. Prod #: 906B31-PDF-ENG
College Pro Painters Canada HBR case solution

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