In 1914, Ernest Shackleton began an epic voyage to Antarctic aboard the Endurance. The case study describes the path his life took leading up to the voyage and describes the voyage itself-a compelling saga of crisis and survival.
The case allows instructors and students to review what happened during the voyage and explores what is required for effective teamwork and leadership in the face of turbulence.
Leadership, Teamwork, Crisis Management
Event Year Begin: 1914
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