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19231. Weavetech: High Performance Change Harvard Business School Brief Case Study 914553 Solution. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) human resource management case study by Michael Beer and Paul Swiercz on human resource management and strategic adjustment at WeaveTech (formerly Johnson-Ware), a clothing company that produces specialty clothing for the military. The case focuses on plans to cut management staff by 20% and the HR challenges related to the company’s strategic shift. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 6 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: WeaveTech case study solution, human resources management, strategy, workforce reduction, performance appraisal, ethics, high-performing employees, organizational change, performance-based pay

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