Corporate Legality versus Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Legality versus Corporate Responsibility

The Recalcitrant Director at Byte Products, Inc.: Corporate Legality versus Corporate Responsibility (Executive Leadership)

Synopsis of the Case

Byte Inc. is a company solely involved in the manufacturing of components of electronics which are used in personal computers. Because of the surge in demand for its products that surpass its production rate, the company needs another facility to meet the demand.  Byte at the moment operates three facilities that are located in different locations. The three facilities run twenty-four hours all through the week. Due to the unsurpassable demand, the company management decides to open the fourth facility. However, this would take three years to construct.

On the other hand, the company insists on the increase in production without relenting. In case the production rate falls then the company risks losing its lead in the market and losing some of its customers to the threatening competitors.  The paper provides a detailed description of the Recalcitrant Director at Byte Products, Inc.: Corporate Legality versus Corporate Responsibility (Executive Leadership) and the necessary recommendations.

Relevant Factual Information about the Problem or Decision the Organization Faced

The CEO of Byte Jim Eliot has proposed a solution to help solve the company’s dilemma on a short term basis. He proposes to the board of directors to buy an existing facility located in Plainville to serve as the temporary plant until the fourth one is completely constructed.  Ten the board members agreed with

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