Sarah Vickers-Willis, HBS MBA 1999 is facing a critical career decision: Does she take the Internet start-up, she helped found or when designing a for-profit company with a social mission? Sarah, a young Australian businessman, has always been striving to “find room” for what is important to them. Their career Her career began when she to break decisions, a successful career as a consultant in Australia, Harvard Business School decided to visit and sat through their foundation (with three other H. .. read more »

Sarah Vickers-Willis, HBS MBA 1999 is facing a critical career decision: Does she take the Internet start-up, she helped found or when designing a for-profit company with a social mission? Sarah, a young Australian businessman, has always been striving to “find room” for what is important to them. Their career Her career began when she to break decisions, a successful career as a consultant in Australia, Harvard Business School decided to visit and sat through their foundation (with three other classmates HBS) is a fast-track Internet start-up. This case is characterized Sarah’s growing involvement with a small for-profit companies to improve the financial literacy of young women and ends with a decision point: should they stay with the company she helped found, or should they on the entrepreneurial company with a social movement mission?
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Myra M. Hart,
Lynda M. Applegate
Susan Rick Salt,
Sarah Harden
Source: Harvard Business School
15 pages.
Publication Date: Dec 12, 2001. Prod #: 802111-PDF-ENG
Sarah Vickers-Willis: Career choices (A) HBR case solution

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