A successful woman executive attempts to integrate women in the construction industry in Chicago. Julia Stasch rose from Office Assistant to the President and Chief Operating Officer of a major Chicago real estate firm, Stone & Co. This case describes their campaign expanded opportunities for women and minority businesses as subcontractors for construction projects and for women to create and minority workers on construction sites. He discusses entrenched discrimination in a particular industry to … Read more »

A successful woman executive attempts to integrate women in the construction industry in Chicago. Julia Stasch rose from Office Assistant to the President and Chief Operating Officer of a major Chicago real estate firm, Stone & Co. This case describes their campaign expanded opportunities for women and minority businesses as subcontractors for construction projects and for women to create and minority workers on construction sites. He discusses entrenched discrimination in a particular industry and the creative change strategies implemented by an executive. The housing can be used in human resources, organizational behavior, ethics and diversity courses.
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Kirk O. Hanson,
Jonathan Eisenberg
Source: Business Enterprise Trust
5 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 1993. Prod #: 993015-PDF-ENG
Julia Stasch (A) HBR case solution

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