The President of the infusion Development Corporation was to review the progress of the new subsidiary, the company up to 15 months earlier in Krakow, Poland had. The purpose of the subsidiary was to collaborate with other infusion offices around the world to develop innovative software development services to global clients. The investment, a great success had grown in size from 8 to 40 employees in a year, and there were plans to double that by the end of next year. The problems of pre … Read more »

The President of the infusion Development Corporation was to review the progress of the new subsidiary, the company up to 15 months earlier in Krakow, Poland had. The purpose of the subsidiary was to collaborate with other infusion offices around the world to develop innovative software development services to global clients. The investment, a great success had grown in size from 8 to 40 employees in a year, and there were plans to double that by the end of next year. The questions with which the President were threefold. First, how could he work with the Country Manager to continue to grow the subsidiary? Attracting the right talent was crucial for infusion culture and business model. Initial growth in Poland was due in part to local references in the community. NET professionals based in Krakow. It was also on a new start-up with an entrepreneurial culture. The president and country manager were concerned that it. Limits for these factors Second, the role of Poles infusion into the wider society in the future? Should it be the innovation into a global center of excellence and a focal point for the company? If so, how? Third, what kind of succession plan in place for the Country Manager in Poland will be implemented? If he moves to another post in infusion, as expected, the company should try a local country manager instead of a transfer of the headquarters?
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Christopher Williams,
van Eerde Wendelie,
The Danielle
Source: Ivey Publishing
12 pages.
Release Date: 3 August 2012. Prod #: W12104-PDF-ENG
Infusion of Greenfield subsidiary in Poland HBR case solution

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