Details of power relations that develop in the company if one of its best and brightest threatens to leave. It focuses on the dynamics of the recovery, hiring, compensation, negotiate, and use a star performer in a professional service firm. In particular, the detailed events from the resignation followed a star to decide on the manager’s struggle, which the eligible candidates should be hired. Four candidates and their companies are discussed in detail. The case allows students to conside … Read more »

Details of power relations that develop in the company if one of its best and brightest threatens to leave. It focuses on the dynamics of the recovery, hiring, compensation, negotiate, and use a star performer in a professional service firm. In particular, the detailed events from the resignation followed a star to decide on the manager’s struggle, which the eligible candidates should be hired. Four candidates and their companies are discussed in detail. The case allows students to both individual (eg, background, aspirations, attitudes, past short-term and long-term performance) and organizational (eg, cultures, strategies, structures, performance management systems) factors in choosing a candidate to maximize individual look – organization fit.
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Boris Groysberg,
Steve Balog,
Jennifer Haimson
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
27 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 11, in 2006. Prod #: 407036-PDF-ENG
Recruitment of a Star HBR case solution