Carrie Wagner: Climbing the Corporate Ladder (A) – Early Career, from Student to Manager

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Publication Date:
December 03, 2014

Industry:
Transportation

Source:
HEC Montreal Centre for Case Studies

This three-part case traces Carrie Wagner’s career in a single, large international package delivery company over a 30-year period during which she rose through the ranks from a student’s summer job to senior executive positions. Part (A) – Early Career, from Student to Manager (4 p.) – Carrie joins a large multi-national as a summer student when she is 19 years old. Upon graduation, she takes a full-time job in the budget department. After six months in this position she is promoted to manager at the age of 22. Carrie knows nothing about finance and Jim, her Executive Director, is an invaluable ally.

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Carrie Wagner: Climbing the Corporate Ladder (A) – Early Career, from Student to Manager

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