Supplement | HBS Case Collection | October 1993 (Revised December 1998)

Erik Peterson (D)

by John J. Gabarro

Abstract

Implicitly raises the question of what Peterson should do to extricate himself from his difficulties. Should he consider resignation, go directly to the company's president to seek relief, or clarify the situation within the company? A redisguised version of an earlier case.

Keywords: Employee Relationship Management; Resignation and Termination; Leadership;

Citation:

Gabarro, John J. "Erik Peterson (D)." Harvard Business School Supplement 494-008, October 1993. (Revised December 1998.)