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Authors: Ira V Blake
Published by: Cranfield School of Management
Published in: 2001

Abstract

The case follows Mark Ellis, a newly graduated MBA from Cranfield School of Management. Mark joined Eli Lilly and Company and is the Human Resources (HR) Associate for Strategic Projects at the Company''s bulk manufacturing site in Speke (Liverpool) in the North West of England. Mark has just finished facilitating the Speke Lead Team through strategic planning, using the company''s strategic planning model. He now has to design an HR strategy to deliver the site strategy. The case provides the high level site strategic priorities and the task is for the students to identify the HR implications and construct an action plan for the implementation of each HR intervention. The case is aimed at MBA students as part of an HR core program. HR Strategy is the opening session and the students will then participate on HR processes (such as recruitment, staffing and performance) and the role of HR as business partner.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
600 employees
Other setting(s):
1999

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Abstract

The case follows Mark Ellis, a newly graduated MBA from Cranfield School of Management. Mark joined Eli Lilly and Company and is the Human Resources (HR) Associate for Strategic Projects at the Company''s bulk manufacturing site in Speke (Liverpool) in the North West of England. Mark has just finished facilitating the Speke Lead Team through strategic planning, using the company''s strategic planning model. He now has to design an HR strategy to deliver the site strategy. The case provides the high level site strategic priorities and the task is for the students to identify the HR implications and construct an action plan for the implementation of each HR intervention. The case is aimed at MBA students as part of an HR core program. HR Strategy is the opening session and the students will then participate on HR processes (such as recruitment, staffing and performance) and the role of HR as business partner.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
600 employees
Other setting(s):
1999

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