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MIT Sloan > LearningEdge > Entrepreneurship > Kibernum
Benjamin Black, Ajit Dansingani and Dong Min Kim
In early 2008, in response to new labor laws and increasingly complex staffing requests from clients, Chile-based Kibernum was in the process of evolving from an IT professional staffing firm to a full-fledged software factory. A team of MIT Sloan students was helping the company develop its new business plan. But with only three weeks on-site, the team needed to decide where it should focus its efforts in order to be a truly effective partner.
Learning Objective
To evaluate improvement options for a startup firm as it seeks to grow exponentially while changing its business model.
Could be taught in the following course(s)
global entrepreneurship, strategy