Case | HBS Case Collection | March 1992 (Revised March 1995)

Kevin Simpson

by Linda A. Hill

Abstract

Follows Kevin Simpson, a second-year Harvard Business School 1990 student, through his job search to his final decision between two very attractive but different job offers: a job as an international marketing manager at Eli Lilly and Co., a leading multinational health product corporation; and a position as the assistant to the president of Haemonetics, an entrepreneurial company in the biomedical equipment field. Addresses the factors Simpson should consider when making job choices as well as the issues he faces as an African-American professional.

Keywords: Job Offer; Race Characteristics; Job Search; Decision Choices and Conditions; Decision Making;

Citation:

Hill, Linda A. "Kevin Simpson." Harvard Business School Case 492-041, March 1992. (Revised March 1995.)