This blatant case rates for graduate-level organizational behavior, strategy and leadership. The reader is hired in the shoes of an experienced change agent, a state-owned company will be asked to turn to the brink of bankruptcy. The case B shows CEO James Leto strategic plan and adds a twist. Numerous internal changes take place, as the company is changed. The question is whether external stakeholders such as customers, investors and analysts will recognize the transformation … Read more »

This blatant case rates for graduate-level organizational behavior, strategy and leadership. The reader is hired in the shoes of an experienced change agent, a state-owned company will be asked to turn to the brink of bankruptcy. The case B shows CEO James Leto strategic plan and adds a twist. Numerous internal changes take place, as the company is changed. The question is whether external stakeholders such as customers, investors and analysts will transform to detect and display GTSI. In a different position and category on the market
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Alexander Horniman,
Gerry Yemen
Source: University of Virginia Darden School Foundation
19 pages.
Release Date: 4 May 2009. Prod #: UV3273-PDF-ENG
GTSI Corporation: Mission Impossible? (B) HBR case solution