The Delta Companies (Delta), essentially a marketing organization, was forced to quickly turn into a full-fledged medical staffing and recruiting company by a CEO, a former baseball coach without a business background was conducted. But he knew enough to improve extensive investments in technology and constantly looking for ways to provide financial information flow, looking to take advantage of the stellar growth deltas, which was fueled by a doctor shortage. Part of the success of the company was attributed to its culture, wh … Read more »

The Delta Companies (Delta), essentially a marketing organization, was forced to quickly turn into a full-fledged medical staffing and recruiting company by a CEO, a former baseball coach without a business background was conducted. But he knew enough to improve extensive investments in technology and constantly looking for ways to provide financial information flow, looking to take advantage of the stellar growth deltas, which was fueled by a doctor shortage. Part of the success of the company was attributed to its culture, which was driven by its driver. By 2008, Delta had moved to 589 points on the Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies. Despite his company’s continued growth, the CEO has no intention of resting on his laurels.
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Edward D. Hess
Gosia Glinska
Source: Darden School of Business
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Release Date: 7 April 2009. Prod #: UV2028-PDF-ENG
Jeff Bowling at the Delta Company: From Baseball Coach CEO HBR case solution

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