Case | HBS Case Collection | March 1992 (Revised June 1992)

AT&T Productos de Consumo de Mexico

by Joseph L. Badaracco Jr.

Abstract

Describes in detail the decisions AT&T made in designing and staffing their Mexican telephone answering machine plant. Allows students to evaluate a company's detailed implementation decisions on a plant in a developed country--involving wages, benefits, waste management, gender-based hiring, and other issues.

Keywords: Decision Making; Executive Compensation; Selection and Staffing; Management Analysis, Tools, and Techniques; Management Systems; Mexico;

Citation:

Badaracco, Joseph L., Jr. "AT&T Productos de Consumo de Mexico." Harvard Business School Case 392-109, March 1992. (Revised June 1992.)