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(Revised from original 2001 version)
Operations at the Donner Company
A small manufacturer of circuit boards faces product and operations-management problems. This case analyzes the production capacity at various stages and examines bottlenecks and product flow decisions. A detailed look at the problems and a discussion of the tools and techniques of process analysis is used to determine the importance of problems, identify solutions, and discuss implementation issues.
Bowen, H. Kent. "Operations at the Donner Company." Harvard Business School Case 602-040, April 2012. (Revised from original August 2001 version.)