Ted Colby, the newly appointed director of the House Technologies, Inc. ‘s (HTI) learning center is to produce a plan for the integration of the two learning centers that come with different operating systems, philosophies, and practices assets. Colby’s goal is to create a single department for the new company, HTI. In the (A) case, students are asked to critique early integration Colby concerns and decisions in question. In the (B) case, students have the opportunity to evaluate the integration progr … Read more »

Ted Colby, the newly appointed director of the House Technologies, Inc. ‘s (HTI) learning center is to produce a plan for the integration of the two learning centers that come with different operating systems, philosophies, and practices assets. Colby’s goal is to create a single department for the new company, HTI. In the (A) case, students are asked to critique early integration Colby concerns and decisions in question. In the (B) case, students have the opportunity to evaluate the progress of integration and changing situation about a year after the (a) case. Colby was able to perform some of his changes for positive results, but other plans were pushed back or come to a halt, and uncertainty about the future of corporate financial performance HTI is proving problematic.
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Mark E. Haskins,
Jill Simandl
Source: Darden School of Business
4 pages.
Release Date: 09 August 2007. Prod #: UV0784-PDF-ENG
Home Technologies, Inc.: Merging Corporate Learning Centers (B) HBR case solution

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