This case is a follow-up to HR-29A, and specify the measures of Keller Williams made in response to the residential real estate market downturn in 2008 and 2009. The case explains set by the company to raise funds include, increase productivity and reduce costs across the organization’s programs and initiatives in place. It also explains how the company relies on these initiatives to not only survive, but to thrive downturn, success by the strength of th we … Read more »

This case is a follow-up to HR-29A, and specify the measures of Keller Williams made in response to the residential real estate market downturn in 2008 and 2009. The case explains set by the company to raise funds include, increase productivity and reduce costs across the organization’s programs and initiatives in place. It also explains how the company relies on these initiatives to not only survive, but to thrive the downturn, the company’s success through the use of the operating model, principles and values ​​of strengths.
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James N. Baron,
David F. Larcker,
Brian Tayan
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
14 pages.
Release Date: 15, February 2011. Prod #: HR29B-PDF-ENG
Keller Williams Realty (B) HBR case solution