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(Revised from original 1995 version)
Stonehaven is a disguised version of a shoe factory located in Central Europe that must respond quickly to mix and volume changes for the U.S.-based company. Shoemaking involves several distinctly different processes, which must be designed and managed in a way to give high performance (lead time, cost, productivity).
Consumer Products Industry;
Bowen, H. Kent, and Ramchandran Jaikumar. "Stonehaven, Inc." Harvard Business School Case 696-048, December 2006. (Revised from original August 1995 version.)