The process of identifying more efficient, cost effective and environmentally friendly ways to build a system is complicated, especially for a company like Hermes, a (fictitious) microchip company, the special “clean rooms” used in manufacturing. This case shows opportunities for stakeholder analysis, a discussion of strategic thinking, and involved a discussion of the complex issues in “greening” a physical system.

The process of identifying more efficient, cost effective and environmentally friendly ways to build a system is complicated, especially for a company like Hermes, a (fictitious) microchip company, the special “clean rooms” used in manufacturing. This case shows opportunities for stakeholder analysis, a discussion of strategic thinking, and involved a discussion of the complex issues in “greening” a physical system.
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Andrea Larson,
Chris Lotspeich
Source: Darden School of Business
21 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 28, 2004. Prod #: UV2006-PDF-ENG
“Greening” Features: Hermes Microtech, Inc. HBR case solution

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