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Case
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Reference no. 9-400-024
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: 1999

Abstract

The R&D division at Medtek, a medical and laboratory equipment company, is struggling to produce innovative new products. John Torrence, recently appointed director of the division, must correct the lack of innovation or risk losing the advantage the company has maintained until now. The case focuses on organizational structure, work flow, and internal alignment.
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The R&D division at Medtek, a medical and laboratory equipment company, is struggling to produce innovative new products. John Torrence, recently appointed director of the division, must correct the lack of innovation or risk losing the advantage the company has maintained until now. The case focuses on organizational structure, work flow, and internal alignment.

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