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Case
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Reference no. IMD-3-0766
Published by: Institute for Management Development (IMD)
Originally published in: 2001
Version: 10.09.2003
Length: 4 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Ed Tomechko''s Scorecard was written as a sequel to the case ''NetRadio. com: Transforming a Dot.Com Pioneer'' (IMD-3-0765). In this follow-up case study, the casewriters summarise Tomechko''s successes prior to the company''s Initial Public Offering (IPO), and his accomplishments during the twelve months following the IPO. This case should be used as an in-class supplement and should not be distributed to the participants beforehand. It is best used as a complement to part two of the video series developed to accompany the NetRadio case. Together, they highlight Tomechko''s accomplishments as Cheif Executive Officer and force the students to evaluate these in light of the company''s poor stock performance. The case raises questions about the validity of stock market measures for evaluating the contributions of a dot.com chief executive officer.
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1999 sales USD1.4 million
Other setting(s):
2000

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Abstract

Ed Tomechko''s Scorecard was written as a sequel to the case ''NetRadio. com: Transforming a Dot.Com Pioneer'' (IMD-3-0765). In this follow-up case study, the casewriters summarise Tomechko''s successes prior to the company''s Initial Public Offering (IPO), and his accomplishments during the twelve months following the IPO. This case should be used as an in-class supplement and should not be distributed to the participants beforehand. It is best used as a complement to part two of the video series developed to accompany the NetRadio case. Together, they highlight Tomechko''s accomplishments as Cheif Executive Officer and force the students to evaluate these in light of the company''s poor stock performance. The case raises questions about the validity of stock market measures for evaluating the contributions of a dot.com chief executive officer.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
1999 sales USD1.4 million
Other setting(s):
2000

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