Hermes Systems

Case Solution

Michael L. Tushman, Daniel B. Radov
Harvard Business School ()

Covers the story of Hermes, a large telecommunications and networking equipment company that has grown from a sole proprietorship to a diversified company from 1980 to 1995. It investigates the use of corporate affiliates for product development and rapid growth. Other topics include the challenges of running a two-handed organization and the problems a CEO faces in maintaining control of rapidly growing business areas. A rewritten version of a previous case.

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