Joseph B. Lassiter
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
June 9, 2010
Harvard Business School General Management Unit Case No. 810-005
Just months after declaring their intent to become a solar cell equipment supplier, van Mierlo and Sachs were again revisiting the issue of what the company should be. Becoming a successful solar cell manufacturer would potentially be much more lucrative than becoming a successful equipment supplier. But, the latter was much less capital intensive and perhaps a less operationally risky approach. For van Mierlo and Sachs, the question - "What kind of company should 1366 become?" - was back on the table.
Study issues faced in scaling from laboratory - to commercial-scale operations in clean tech.
working papers series
Date posted: March 9, 2012
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