Ibm Case Study
By: Shareeki Smith
"IBM in the 21st Century: The Coming of the Globally Integrated Enterprise," HBS case 9-308-105, October 7, 2009
In this Case Study, IBM illustrates a great example of taking a company to a global level by providing great leadership and making great decisions. IBM was able to notice their opportunity to provide their services outside the US and put together a plan to make sure it was successful. IBM also shows how they were able to go from being a hardware supplier to a software supplier, which opens up more opportunities for their company to survive even during hardships in the economy. In this case …show more content…
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