This HBR Case Study incorporates both the case and the commentary. For instructing purposes, this republication is additionally accessible in two different forms: only case study, republished R1206X, and only commentary, republished R1206Z. At Kid Spectrum, a supplier of in-home administrations for mentally unbalanced youngsters, two high-esteem workers are at war. Ronnie, executive of clinical operations, is a class-A clinician who is very much regarded by his companions and subordinates; Ellen is an exceptionally proficient authoritative chief who comprehends the significance of the primary concern. Their work styles couldn't be more diverse despite the fact that each is altogether devoted to the organization. Child Spectrum's proprietor, Matthew Sparks, must make sense of how to make his recently procured business more gainful while holding these two key representatives whose connection is beginning to wind up poisonous. H. Irving Grousbeck, of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, shows a fictionalized case to investigate this normal working environment situation. Master discourse originates from Jim Southern, of Pacific Lake Partners, and Peter Kelly, of Stanford Graduate School of Business and once in the past of Pacific Pulmonary Services.
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