Dawn Riley is the CEO / Captain America is right, the first student syndicate race for the America’s Cup. Over three years, based on their vision for America While they built the syndicate from the ground up, bringing on investors and sponsors to design and build a boat, and drive the setting of a sailing crew. In June 1999, Riley must decide how the office in San Francisco treat now that America is moving from True base of operations to Auckland, New Zealand, where race will begin in four months. It is f … Read more »

Dawn Riley is the CEO / Captain America is right, the first student syndicate race for the America’s Cup. Over three years, based on their vision for America While they built the syndicate from the ground up, bringing on investors and sponsors to design and build a boat, and drive the setting of a sailing crew. In June 1999, Riley must decide how the office in San Francisco treat now that America is moving from true base of operations to Auckland, New Zealand, where race will begin in four months. It is against the pressure to exit the office, to reduce costs, but Riley believes that the people of San Francisco and the work they do keys are true to their vision for America. You need to weigh up to win the tension between immediate pressed, and long-term sustainability of their vision.
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Linda A. Hill,
Kristin C. Doughty
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 07, 2000. Prod #: 401006-PDF-ENG
Dawn Riley at America True (A) HBR case solution