Designed to introduce students to the consolidation of the highly fragmented labor market-related service industries, offering insights into the service of firm growth and opportunities, and services may not be able to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. Presented two frameworks, which the sources of the advantages and disadvantages of size and consolidations in the important decisions managers have to make strategy in the design and implementation of a consolidation. Should the managers insights into the console … Read more »

Designed to introduce students to the consolidation of the highly fragmented labor market-related service industries, offering insights into the service of firm growth and opportunities, and services may not be able to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. Presented two frameworks, which the sources of the advantages and disadvantages of size and consolidations in the important decisions managers have to make strategy in the design and implementation of a consolidation. Should the managers insights into the consolidation phenomenon that the problems plaguing large, labor-dependent service consolidations. These problems explain why so few labor-dependent service consolidations been successful. A rewritten version of an earlier note.
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Roger Hallowell
Source: Harvard Business School
34 pages.
Release Date: 04 April 2002. Prod #: 802192-PDF-ENG
Consolidation of the highly fragmented Service Industries, Module Note HBR case solution

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