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Date added: January 8, 1999
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Harrison-Keyes failed to get the thoughts of the authors of the e-book before implementing the project. One of the companies most established authors, Will Harper, is one good example of an author that is not on board with the new e-book product. Will, like many other authors working for Harrison-Keyes is worried about their works being duplicated by customers which will lead to a reduction in their royalties...
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Pete Ross, production manager in charge of getting the e-book formatted is presenting a problem in the scenario. Pete did not properly plan for this project because he did not have a contingency plan in case Asia Digital did not work out with the e-book editing for some reason. Additionally, he is known for not having much tolerance when it comes to working with people from overseas although he has chosen an Indian company to work with...
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The problem is worth solving, in order to increase profits and to become a competitive force with competing low-cost retailers. Based on the assigned scenario, answer the following questions: What does the ideal end-state look like? What are the goals that define it? Ideal end-state Harrison-Keyes will continue to be a leading publisher of business, scientific and technical information while effectively competing with low cost retailers which is evident through increasing profits, motivated employees, and secure company information...
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is currently facing several issues. The publishing company attempted to implement e-publishing which did not set well with the authors and employees. The board of directors were not familiar with e-publishing, but were willing to take a chance on it...
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