B presents the case for student evaluation, the comprehensive action plan that Ed Norris started when he was police commissioner of Baltimore. This hard, controversial former New York police strategist exemplified numerous leadership principles as in the case revealed. It builds commitment of entrepreneurs, activists, comrades, and skeptical politicians, all under intense media scrutiny. Norris reorganized the department to that effect cultural change, confrontation … Read more »

B presents the case for student evaluation, the comprehensive action plan that Ed Norris started when he was police commissioner of Baltimore. This hard, controversial former New York police strategist exemplified numerous leadership principles as in the case revealed. It builds commitment of entrepreneurs, activists, comrades, and skeptical politicians, all under intense media scrutiny. Norris reorganized the department are to effect the cultural change that confronts disaffected, uses creative rewards, increasing the use of technology, and takes a policy of transparency with the media. Classroom discussion helps students to see what it is, an action plan, develop treated with a seemingly overwhelming list of problems and issues continues. The A and B cases were successfully taught together as a two-day course. Both cases include extensive video clips for both students and faculty preparation using in class. Although similar to the Chicago Park District Series This series is ten years later.
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Gerry Yemen
James G. Clawson
Source: Darden School of Business
14 pages.
Release Date: 09 February 2003. Prod #: UV3230-PDF-ENG
Edward Norris and the Baltimore Police Department (B) HBR case solution

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