Tom Saxon Bird and Ken are two young MBAs who buy a company after graduation. Chronicles their efforts as they grow the company from $ 600,000 in sales to $ 5 million. The two pose the problem of setting succession planning.

Tom Saxon Bird and Ken are two young MBAs who buy a company after graduation. Chronicles their efforts as they grow the company from $ 600,000 in sales to $ 5 million. The two pose the problem of setting succession planning.
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from
H. Irving Grousbeck,
Nick J. Mansour
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
20 pages.
Release Date: 3 March 2004. Prod #: E39-PDF-ENG
Tom Bird & Ken Saxon HBR case solution

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