Where does the Balance Lie (B)

This case illustrates the decision taken in the face of the dilemma described in part (A). A manager who works for a family business in London and lives in Paris receives a job offer to go back to the company he used to work for in Paris. Accepting this offer would mean being closer to his wife and children. On the other hand it would imply a lower salary, less responsibility and status and less visibility.

Collection: IESE (España)
Ref: DPO-179-E
Format: PDF
Number of pages: 2
Publication Date: Aug 9, 2009
Language: English

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This case illustrates the decision taken in the face of the dilemma described in part (A). A manager who works for a family business in London and lives in Paris receives a job offer to go back to the company he used to work for in Paris. Accepting this offer would mean being closer to his wife and children. On the other hand it would imply a lower salary, less responsibility and status and less visibility.
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Year: 2009
Geographic Setting: Europa

Where does the Balance Lie (B)

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