The setting is a food manufacturing company that has stumbled in terms of their historical achievements of growth and profit. In an attempt to capture his swing again, the president of information technology has used as an element in its program of transition. The case focuses on the strategic problem and setting, the use of information technology for organizational changes and the problems associated with the implementation.

The setting is a food manufacturing company that has stumbled in terms of their historical achievements of growth and profit. In an attempt to capture his swing again, the president of information technology has used as an element in its program of transition. The case focuses on the strategic problem and setting, the use of information technology for organizational changes and the problems associated with the implementation.
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Melissa Mead,
Jane Linder
Source: Harvard Business School
22 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 1987. Prod #: 187065-PDF-ENG
Frito-Lay, Inc.: A Strategic Transition (A) HBR case solution

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