Hillary Mallow, founder-CEO of ProLab, learns that her health service company is 2 months shy of bankruptcy. You must act – now – but is not sure where to start. Prolab list of clients and geographic presence have grown steadily over the years, so that the recent downturn is quite unexpected. The most disturbing, is Prolab’s executive team in big trouble, strife developed between Hillary and Hillary’s husband ProLab CFO Business Partners, ProLab COO, now threatens … Read more »

Hillary Mallow, founder-CEO of ProLab, learns that her health service company is 2 months shy of bankruptcy. You must act – now – but is not sure where to start. Prolab list of clients and geographic presence have grown steadily over the years, so that the recent downturn is quite unexpected. The most disturbing, is Prolab’s executive team in big trouble, strife developed between Hillary and Hillary’s husband ProLab CFO Business Partners, COO ProLab that threatens now envelop all the others. With their company at stake, and personal relationships on the line, Hillary must scramble to the complicated mess that still could mean the end of their company, or worse to solve.
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Noam Wasserman,
Yael Braid
Source: Harvard Business School
19 pages.
Release Date: 10 January 2013. Prod #: 813130-PDF-ENG
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