George Martin, Managing Partner at The Boston Consulting Group is concerned about how some of his best performers have recently pulled him aside to the challenges they manage the demands of their working lives face with her desire for more predictable time with their families to discuss. BCG had taken several initiatives to better achieve its consulting staff work-life balance, even some top adviser Martin still fighting. The case considers the challenges professional service firm empl … Read more »

George Martin, Managing Partner at The Boston Consulting Group is concerned about how some of his best performers have recently pulled him aside to the challenges they manage the demands of their working lives face with her desire for more predictable time with their families to discuss. BCG had taken several initiatives to better achieve its consulting staff work-life balance, even some top adviser Martin still fighting. The case considers the challenges professional service firm employees working in terms of work-life issues.
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Leslie A. Perlow,
Kerry Herman
Source: Harvard Business School
11 pages.
Release date: 30 April 2010. Prod #: 410118-PDF-ENG
George Martin with The Boston Consulting Group (C) HBR case solution

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