Sloan & Harrison: Non-Equity Partner Discontent Case Solution

Sloan and Harrison law firm, has been struggling with some discontent among its junior partner nonparticipation. These partners are concerned about the transparency of the process of advancing their ability to position themselves as leaders both within the company and rainmakers and policy advocacy within the company. The company must find solutions to these challenges. Key partners wondered: Is this the way for a society structured in the best interest of the company? What can and should do to address the concerns of non-equity partners? What were the effects of past discontent among PES Company work together?
by
Boris Groysberg,
Eliot Sherman
Source: Harvard Business School
11 pages.
Release: Aug 15, 2008. Prod #: 409033-PDF-ENG
Sloan and Harrison: non-equity case discontent Solution Partner

Sloan & Harrison: Non-Equity Partner Discontent Case Solution
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