Implicitly raises the question of what Peterson should do to get rid of his difficulties. Should he resign, go directly to his division’s executive vice-president to seek relief, or to attempt to clarify the situation within the company? A redisguised and updated version of the earlier case 494-008.

Implicitly raises the question of what Peterson should do to get rid of his difficulties. Should he resign, go directly to his division’s executive vice-president to seek relief, or to attempt to clarify the situation within the company? A redisguised and updated version of the earlier case 494-008.
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John J. Gabarro,
Thomas J. DeLong
Jevan Soo
Source: Harvard Business School
3 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 18, 2010. Prod #: 411034-PDF-ENG
Erik Peterson, Biometra (D) HBR case solution