The downstream operations subsidiary of a major U.S. oil company is facing and responds by developing an Executive Information System (EIS), which allows for increased responsiveness, wider span of control and increase effective communication between the executives decisions with major restructuring. The case is being investigated as the EIS was developed, has the industry in which it is used, how it is being used, and how his approach developers manage their growth.

The downstream operations subsidiary of a major U.S. oil company is facing and responds by developing an Executive Information System (EIS), which allows for increased responsiveness, wider span of control and increase effective communication between the executives decisions with major restructuring. The case is being investigated as the EIS was developed, has the industry in which it is used, how it is being used, and how his approach developers manage their growth.
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Lynda M. Applegate
Charles Osborn
Source: Harvard Business School
29 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 21, 1988. Prod #: 189006-PDF-ENG
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