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Saxonville Sausages - Saxonville Sausage companies entered the market 70 years ago and found themselves struggling to position and segment one of their Italian sausages in the market. They recently decided to find a new positioning and segmentation plan where they are able to identify and profile distinct groups of buyers who might require varying product mixes by examining their information such as demographics, psychographics and behavioral difference. Through quantitative research such as focus groups. Their objective was to find a new concept to apply to their Italian sausage ‘Vivio’ and appeal to a new market as well as to create a new marketing plan, in order to achieve its profit objectives for the next fiscal year....   [tags: Saxonville Sausages Case Study Brand Marketing] 1706 words
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Implementation Plan - Implementation Plan for Friar Tucker Galleria The one thing all successful projects have in common is a good plan. This has been repeated over and over again during classroom study and benchmarking. Friar Tucker International understands the concept of a successful implementation plan lending itself to a wonderful project outcome. During this paper, Friar Tucker will show different aspects that must be addressed to complete a project successfully. To Begin, Friar Tucker will first have to look at the makeup of their company before an implementation process can be put into place....   [tags: Case Study Friar Tucker Galleria Implementation] 1992 words
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Disneyland Hong Kong - In this case analysis I will first show the requirements the company had for its financing. Then I will provide an analysis of the main pros and cons for Chase in connection with the deal. Lastly I will show how both affected the pricing as well as the execution of the deal. In order to build the new Disneyland in Hong Kong a new non-recourse entity, Hong Kong International Theme Parks Ltd (HKITP) was formed. While the owners supported the project with substantial amounts of equity (Disney and Government) as well as with subordinated debt (Government), Disney had significant requirements for the financing portion of the remaining needed amount....   [tags: Case Study Analysis Disneyland Hong Kong] 1681 words
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General Motors, Poletown, MI And The Executive Compass - In 1980, General Motors’ executives were faced with a dilemma regarding new plant construction in Detroit, Michigan. GM intended to close two of its aging facilities and rebuild new assembly plants at a different site location although still in the Detroit metro area. The only land site matching the construction specifications was a settlement called Poletown, Michigan. This township was home to more than 3,500 residents, all of whom would have to be relocated if construction were approved. The following is an analysis of this dilemma according to the four quadrants of The Executive’s Compass: Liberty, Equality, Community, and Efficiency....   [tags: Automobile Industry Case Study Plant Analysis] 1754 words
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Barco Projection System - Case Analysis of Barco Projection System: Worldwide Niche Marketing Introduction Barco N.V. was established in 1934 as a producer of radio broadcast receivers. At the end of 1970's, facing the economic recession owing to oil supply shock, the company altered its market strategy from consumer market to industrial niche market of projectors. This decision was based on firm and clear vision that Barco knew which market it had to serve. Pursuing top-of-the-line in the high-end niche market, Barco focused on R&D to retain the top quality and launched series of international expansion activities....   [tags: Case Study, Analysis, Niche, Marketing, solution] 1251 words
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Ebay - CASE: eBay's GLOBALIZATION STRATEGY February 21, 2001 From: Amal MBA Student, Spring 2006 To: Matt Bannick Senior Vice President, International eBay In response to your request for an outsider's perspective concerning how you can handle your growth in Latin America, the following report presents my analysis and recommendations of your potential growth in the area, and how to handle the Brazilian division of IBazar. I hope that my report justifies my recommendations. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY After I received your email asking me to give recommendations about the IBazar Brazilian operation and your next expansion in Latin America, I spent the whole week analyzing the eBay current situation, as well as the Latin America e-commerce market, in order to come up with the appropriate solution that guarantees an immediate success of your company in the region....   [tags: Ebay Case Study Globalization Strategy Analysis] 1785 words
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Hematal - Problem: Dr. Rini's main and immediate problem is whether to decide on further giving credit to the boy's family or not. It is influenced by the following critical factors: 1. Hematal's cash flow problem limits Hematal's decision on giving further credit to the boy's family or not. It has been proved in the case that the family is very poor and won't be able to pay right away and most probably won't be able to pay anymore considering also the increasing hospitalization bills. This fact is important because Hematal will already have to consider writing off of the family's debt, which further affects the company's cash position in the future when she gives additional credit....   [tags: Case Study Analysis Finance Loan Credit] 1728 words
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Hurricane Island Outward Bound School - Hurricane Island Outward Bound School Case The paper starts with a consideration of the current position of Hurricane Island Outward Bound School (Hurricane) - Maine location of an international organization with 30 schools around the world - and their marketing activities vs. organizational culture, the threats and opportunities they face, the impact of political and regulatory controls, economic influences social influences, competitive forces and technological factors. The paper then looks at how marketing should take place to maintain the schools values, use the core competences, maximize the use of resources and keep stakeholders happy....   [tags: Case Study Analysis Financial Aid Students] 1749 words
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Jones Blair Company - Problem Recognition The Jones Blair Company is a small paint (coatings) producer in the southwestern United States. The company plant and headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas; and it does most of its business within this 11 county Dallas-Fort-Worth region, and also Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana. Currently the company sells top quality architectural paint and accessories to various markets. The company also sells OEM materials to domestic and international customers. Jones Blair is currently looking for solutions for marketing their architectural coatings and sundries....   [tags: Case Study Pain Industry Problem Recognition] 1212 words
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Pole Climbers - POLE CLIMBERS Ringing Bell Company has to redesign the selection process for the position of outdoor craft technician due to an adverse impact on employment opportunities for women. Currently the failing rate is at 70% for women compared to 30% for men. The reasons identified for high failing rate for the installation school's training program include physical inability to climb poles, fear of height, an accident during pole climbing while at training school, strenuous work involved and some women have also mentioned that they felt influenced by the interviewer while applying for the outdoor craft position of a installer-repairer and line worker....   [tags: Human Resource Hiring Case Study Ringing Bell] 1330 words
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Virtual Organization E-Business - Virtual Organization E-Business Marshall Industries has been making its mark as one of the first company to provide distribution of electronic components by conducting e-business on an international basis. Like many other company in its century, technology have played an important part and changing the way and giving many options on marketing and service a business. Countless businesses have taking a piece of the pie by taking advantage of the world wide web to conduct their business to a broader list of clients and taking their business out of the box....   [tags: Marshall Industries Case Study Analysis Virtual] 1024 words
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Wal-Mart - Wal-mart is currently the world’s largest company. It has seen continuous growth and financial success since it was founded in 1962. Today it is living off of a previous reputation of solid ethical business practices that are no longer being exercised. Sam Walton, the founder of Wal-mart, was considered to be “freakishly cheap… Cost-cutting was an obsession in the Wal-mart culture… on business trips, everyone, including the boss, flew coach, and hotel rooms were always shared.” (reclaimdemocracy.org....   [tags: Wal-Mart Case Study Market Analysis] 1714 words
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The Effects of Light Crude Oil Costs and Stock Prices on Five Class I Railroads - The Effects of Light Crude Oil Costs and Stock Prices on Five Class I Railroads I chose this study to determine if there was any significant effect on the relationship between the cost of (Brent) light, sweet crude oil, the largest type of oil in volume traded, and the stock prices of five Class I Railroad stocks operating in the United States. I am currently employed with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers & Trainmen, the bargaining agent for the majority of engineers on the major Class I Railroads in the U....   [tags: Cause Effect Statistics Study] 1786 words
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Deceptive Accounting - Deceptive Accounting 1.Describe the legal and ethical issues surrounding Andersen’s auditing of companies accused of accounting improprieties. In this case study, in my opinion, the causes of that the Andersen’s auditing of companies accused of accounting improprieties, it’s has a main factor. Because Athur Andersen do not think about the company who is to cooperate whit it is like Athur Andersen to make deceptive accounting. These four real cases to show us how they operate the deceptive accounting....   [tags: Finance Accounting Case Analysis] 1331 words
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Zoecon Corporation - Strike Roach Ender - To:          Executive, Zoecon Corporation From:            Date:          Thursday, February 17, 2005 Subject:     Strike Roach Ender Introduction Projected Industry Consumers                              Professional Projected Growth Rate of 10% annually          Projected growth rate of 8% annually Projected sales of $4.4 million                Projected sales of $2.7 billion Flea IGR Introduction – Similar Scenario •     Great success of introduction of flea IGR PRECOR into PCO, veterinary and pet store markets....   [tags: Case Study, solution] 713 words
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The Bullet System as a Production Solution in the Linen Industry - The Bullet System as a Production Solution in the Linen Industry Background/Problem: “Linen company A” cleans linens for local hotels and restaurants. The linen company has had a drastic increase in their amounts of work to the point that their labor force is insufficient. To hire more labor is feasible, but they would like to keep from doing this, allowing themselves to save money in the long run. They’re problem is lack of labor, and the want to maximize efficiency in the workplace. Solution: The best solution for the company is to use Automation Dynamics....   [tags: Case Study Solution] 279 words
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Alloy Wheels - Alloys They are lightweight, better conductors of heat and fit more snugly than steel variants. But most importantly they improve fuel efficiency...No wonder aluminium alloy wheels are fast becoming the preferred accessory of car consumers IT'S now considered a wonder material for autoville. Aluminium, which is increasingly replacing steel in car factories across the world (including some of the more premium names in the business like BMW and Mercedes Benz), is also the preferred material for wheels, both automotive and otherwise....   [tags: Case Study, solution] 939 words
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Money Is The Only Thing That Really Motivates People - I. Introduction Henry Fielding once said, "Make money your god and it will plague you like the devil". Money presents in so many aspects of life. It seems that almost everything can be bought, with the high value attached to money. People are very addicted to money because of the idea that if you have money, you have the success, popularity, power and acceptance. But, there is always danger in losing values such as love for sports or being a hardworking person. A good example is the current trend in sports wherein top players in football or basketball are only interested in picking up their paycheques more than genuinely loving sports and achieving success in terms of being the best athletes they could be (Money is not the motivation 2004)....   [tags: Money Case Study, solution] 1868 words
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Byte Products, Inc. - Overview Byte Products, Inc., headquartered in the midwestern United States, is regarded as one of the largest volume supplier for the production of electronic components used in personal computers. Byte Products, Inc., was a privately owned firm that has now entered to be a publicly traded company. The majority of the stockholders are the initial owners of Byte, when it was still privately owned. The products that Byte produces are primarily found in computers used for business and engineering applications....   [tags: Case Study, solution] 1032 words
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Huffman Trucking - Founded in 1936 with a single tractor-trailer, Huffman Trucking (Huffman), a national transportation company, is located in Cleveland OH. Today, Huffman has over 1,400 employees, 800 tractors, expected revenue to surpass $600,000,000 and is still privately held. Huffman has hubs located in Los Angeles, CA, St. Louis, MO, Bayonne, NJ with the central maintenance facility located in Cleveland OH. Their working contracts are primarily with the US Government, automotive parts industry, electronic consumer products, raw materials, and any special customer accommodations....   [tags: Case Study, solution, transportation] 1834 words
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Gap Analysis: Global Communications - Gap Analysis: Global Communications This paper will provide an in depth look at the issues facing Global Communications (GC) in a rapidly growing market. Attempting to resolve the problems inherited upon arrival, Katrina Heinz, Global Communications Chief Executive Officer, who(m) has experience with international labor devises a plan for the company to expand globally as a way to increase sales and generate more revenue. While this seems to be the light at the end of the tunnel, one major component was forgotten, to inform Maria Antez, Technologies Workers Union Vice President of the budding strategic plan in progress....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1619 words
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Don Imus - Don Imus Early this month radio jockey Don Imus live on radio made an offensive remark. He offended the Rutgers women's basketball team by calling them nappy-headed hoes. This comment and offense escalated into something big enough to get him fired. People are debating the fact that if he should get a punishment so severe as to get fired from his radio program, why shouldn't rappers pay a consequence for saying those kinds of words in they're lyrics. Should they be penalized. In my opinion I don't think MSNBC should not have taken it as far as to fire him, but I think he should of gotten more than a 2-week suspension....   [tags: Opinion, Case Study, solution] 1049 words
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Xbox 360 Marketing Strategy - 1. What are the key elements of Microsoft's marketing strategy for the Xbox 360. Microsoft introduced the new Xbox 360 using a direct-to-consumer approach, putting it in the crosshairs of its target market 4 days before the launch of its competitors. This direct-to-consumer strategy gave the new Xbox an advantage and transformed the game industry's marketing and product development practices. The software giant unveiled the Xbox 360 during a pretaped MTV broadcast, unveiled the Xbox 360 to consumers four days before Sony and Nintendo to become the first to reveal details of a new console....   [tags: Case Study, Gaming, solution] 785 words
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Alternative Leadership at Good Sports - Running head: ALTERNATIVE LEADERSHIP: Good Sports Alternative Leadership: Good Sports Abstract In today’s highly competitive business world, companies face new challenges daily. Good Sports is not the first company that changed their strategy in order to better manage the organization. The company’s organizational structure, culture, conflict management and emotional intelligence were analyzed. Good Sports’ strategies were compared and contrasted with Microsoft and Xerox. When faced with issues similar to Good Sports, both Microsoft and Xerox opted to change strategies....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1951 words
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Amway Goes Astray In China - "Amway" Goes Astray In China Amway is a multi-level marketing (MLM, also known as network marketing) company founded in 1959. The company's name is an abbreviation of "American Way. Its product lines include personal care products, jewelry, dietary supplements, water purifiers, air purifiers and cosmetics as well as other products from top brands. Amway is one of the largest international direct selling companies and entered China in 1995. Their entry into the Chinese market resulted in big profits and high potential for future growth....   [tags: Globalization, Case Study, solution] 1078 words
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Aquafina by Pepsi - Pepsi's Aquafina Water Nears Full US Distribution Pepsi's Aquafina "mainstream" bottled water nears completion of national rollout. Brand is now in "about 75%" of Pepsi US system, according to Pepsi senior marketing manager Katie Lacey. Purified, non-spring-sourced Aquafina produced at 11 sites in US: 8 COBO plus 3 co-ops. Sold in 20-oz Pepsi swirl plus 1-liter and 1.5-liter proprietary PET bottles similar to swirl; also 20-oz 6-packs. Market share. In IRI convenience/gas channel data for bottled water in under 64-oz packages, Aquafina ranks #2 with 7.7 share year-to-date through 5/18/97; brand's share up +3.7 vs same period last year (see table)....   [tags: Case Study, Analysis, solution] 1015 words
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Environmental Analysis Of Diageo - Environmental Analysis Contemporary Issues in Leadership and Management Introduction "Diageo PLC is a British multinational alcohol company, selling alcohol in 180 countries, with a substantial presence in 30 countries. The company was created in 1997 by the merger of Guinness PLC with Grand Metropolitan PLC (GrandMet)" (diageo. com). At that stage, it was a large multinational with interests in food as well as drink. Today, the company has shed most of its food interests to concentrate on alcohol, acquiring new spirit brands....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1876 words
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Fiscal Policy Simulation - Fiscal Policy Simulation In this paper I will be discussing the effects of the changes in fiscal policy in the simulation, I will discuss the effects of changes in fiscal policy using the aggregate supply and aggregate demand framework, I will list four key points from the reading assignments that were emphasized in this simulation, I will apply what I learned from the simulation to my workplace, and I will discuss my growing further results from the assessment. Effects of Changes in Fiscal Policy What were the effects of the changes in fiscal policy in the simulation....   [tags: Economics Case Study] 986 words
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Frito-Lay Dips - Frito Lay's Dips Step One: SWOT Analysis for Frito Lay's Dips Internal Factor Strengths Weaknesses Management Have very good arguments for both opportunities in the marketplace. Doesn't utilize advertising to their potential. Can not agree on what avenue to take in the dip market. Offerings Carries a wide range of products in the dip category. Introduction of cheese dips boosted sales. Products mostly shelf stable which constitute 45% of prepared dips sold in supermarkets. Recent offer of their first product that required refrigeration and 55% of prepared dips sold in supermarkets required refrigeration. Has only introduced one sour cream dip....   [tags: Case Study SWOT Analysis] 1741 words
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Gap Analysis-Global Communicaton - Gap Analysis: Global Communications Global Communications is a telecommunications company that is faced with numerous issues. The company is having a financial crisis in the midst of a rising and competitive industry. Global Communications needs to come up with a strategic plan soon, before their company goes under. How does a company decide on what plan is best. What about what the stakeholders in the company. How does a company find a solution with the least amount of conflict. Global Communications decided to follow the only plan they could think of which was to go against the Union and outsource employees oversees, therefore, laying off many domestic employees, as well partnering with a wireless and satellite provider....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1112 words
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7 C's of Workforce Development - The 7 C's of Workforce Development 1) Consensus is the extent to which the major stakeholders, government, employers and trade unions are signed up to a commitment to upgrade the skills of the workforce. 2) Competitive Capacity.-Refers to the competitive capacity for productive innovation and change. A high skills economy depends on a high level of entrepreneurial and risk-taking activities, whether in terms of new business ventures or through innovation within existing enterprises, linked to new technologies, R&D and the upgrading of skills....   [tags: Workplace Case Study Analysis] 1774 words
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Human Capital Concepts - Human Capital Concepts Concept Application of Concept in the Scenario Reference to Concept in Reading Performance-Contingent Pay "Currently, the sales force excels at demonstrating and selling product, but under the newly proposed solutions/service model, reps will be grouped into multi-functional teams prepared to support InterClean's high-quality products with high-quality service" (University of Phoenix, 2007, p. 1). This is also the perfect time to launch a new pay structure based on performance....   [tags: Business Case Study] 839 words
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Kudler Fine Foods - Kudler Fine Foods is a full service specialty grocery store. It operates from three locations within upscale neighborhoods in San Diego, Ca. As a self proclaimed gourmet cook, Kathy saw that there was need for a centralized location to shop for the ingredients needed to create her dishes. After years in corporate America, Kathy made a decision to turn her passion into a new career. As a result, Kudler Fine Foods was founded in 1998. Management Structure Kudler employs 127 workers. Kathy acts as the company president....   [tags: Case Study Kudler Grocery] 1228 words
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Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Kudler Fine Foods - Kudler Finer Foods was founded in 1998 by Kathy Kudler with the vision to create one store that carried a wide-selection of fresh ingredients and gourmet tools at a reasonable price. Five years later, Kathy's vision has expanded to three stores, and soon a fourth. Kudler has demonstrated successful business strategies to maintain the growth her company has experienced over the life of her company. This paper will examine the primary functions of management as related to Kudler Finer Foods; discuss how technology and the internet are used by Kudler, and how Kudler fits into Porter's Model of Management....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1356 words
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Supply Chain Management SCM at Kuiper Leda - Running head: PROBLEM SOLUTION: KUIPER LEDA Problem Solution: Kuiper Leda In today’s business environment, a company, such as Kuiper Leda needs to have a clear understanding for the need to have an efficient supply chain management system. This is needed in order to gain a competitive advantage within any desired industry. By creating an understanding of the many various interactions that occur between the system’s manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and its customers, helps to create a more efficient and effective supply chain management system....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1448 words
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Legal Issues In Reduction Of Workforce - July 2007 Legal Issues in Reduction of Workforce Candidates Key Concepts of employment law Brian Carter Discrimination based on disabilities: The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits employer discrimination against job applicants or employees based on whether the employee had a disability in the past or whether the employee has any disabilities or is being regarded as having a disability. Physical and mental impairment includes physical disorders or conditions, disease, disfigurement, amputation affecting a vital body system, psychological disorders, mental retardation, mental illness, and learning disabilities....   [tags: Legal Case Study] 1111 words
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Mac Cosmetics - MAC Cosmetics "All ages, all races, all sexes, all MAC. " This is the motto for one of the fastest growing cosmetics brands in the world, MAC Cosmetics. For MAC artists and MAC customers this motto is not just words it is truly what drives the culture of this amazing Company. At any given time you will find grandmothers shopping for color with their granddaughters. Isn't that an amazing and wonderful concept. As you read further you will see why MAC is such a unique entity in this well established industry....   [tags: Business Review Case Study] 1954 words
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Marketing Fictional Product - 1. Executive Summary 2. Situation Analysis 2.1 The Product 2.2 Pricing and Placement 2.3 Product Diagram 2.4 Product Content/Software 3. The Market 3.1 Competition 3.2 SWOT analysis/implications 4. Objectives and Strategy 5. Action Plans 5.1 Advertising 5.2 Execution EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Hyperdyne is an established in 1995 the company has flourished into a 1 billion dollar a year company The Hyperdyne Lige' will take a new place in the arena of mobile gaming. The console will be offered in one model - the Lige' Lite for $199....   [tags: Business Case Study] 2324 words
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Home Depot Management And Leadership - Home Depot Management and Leadership Management is defined as the act or manner of managing, handling, direction, or control (dictionary.com). Leadership is defined as an act or instance of leading; guidance; direction (dictionary.com). They do not mean the same thing; however, it is thought that a manager should have leadership skills to be able to manage an organization. Not all managers have great leadership skills and just because a manager does not have these skills does not mean he or she is a bad manager....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1724 words
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Business Situation Analysis - Situation Analysis Issue and Opportunity Identification Global Communications is currently looking to expand to a global market within three years. In order to be competitive they will need to look at adding services and customer solutions. Basically, Global Communications wants to capture a share of the international telecommunications market. The opportunity is there for Global to meet this vision. In order to do so, Global will have to make changes in their ways of doing business. Prior to looking in the global market, Global Communications will have to deal with the local competition....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1414 words
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Mergers And Acquisitions - Mergers and Acquisitions Intro At the beginning of the 21st century the future of the beverage and food industry seemed to be unclear. With a slow growth rate of only 2% per year, food and beverage companies were desperately seeking the ways to enhance sales and profits....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1095 words
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Papa John's Strategic Initiatives - Papa John's Strategic Initiatives We already know that Papa John's is a major player in the Pizza industry but the big question is what does the future hold for them. What is the next step or steps that they must take to get a head of the competition as well as just sustain their place in the market. The first strategy they should build on is their brand name, Papa Johns. They might not be number one in what is a very large market place but number three is not bad. People know the name Papa John but it is still not as prevalent as Pizza Hut or Domino's....   [tags: Business Case study Analysis] 1811 words
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Replacing Leadership at EMC - Replacing Leadership EMC In 2003, when EMC, a Massachusetts-based information infrastructure provider, began its corporate transformation five years ago, EMC saw a potential issue and opportunity in reduction of future talent and leadership resources. To keep pace with the company's growth, like most global companies, EMC faced the knowledge management challenge of preparing young managers and up-and-coming executives to replace retiring top-level Baby Boomers. With EMC’s continue double-digit growth, they anticipate in 2008 and 2009 the number for leadership talent is going to have to grow by 20 percent....   [tags: Business Case Study] 900 words
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Problem Solution: Global Communications - Running head: SITUATION ANALYSIS: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Situation Analysis and Problem Statement: Global Communications Global Communication stock value has diminished more than 50% over the last three years. International markets are competing for the same business, confidence in the telecommunication industry is waning and stockholders are concerned. There are tremendous economic pressures in the telecommunication industry and Global Communication is no exception to these pressures. The senior team of Global Communication decided cut cost by downsizing their domestic call center and moving it to India and Ireland....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1770 words
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Promotional Marketing - Keels Super - 1.0 Introduction Keels Super is one of the premier super market chains in the country, which adds value to their products to improve customer satisfaction and retain them in the long term. Keels Super is a supermarket chain, which has number of supermarkets in many of the major cities in the country. Keels Super is the first super market chain in the country who took the initiative in changing the supermarket culture by making many changes, specially in the last decade....   [tags: Business Case Study] 1961 words
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English Indian Clays Ltd - English Indian Clays Ltd About the Company English Indian Clays Limited (EICL, has two key business segments viz Clay Business and Starch Business with strong R&D set-up at all its three manufacturing locations. English Indian Clays Limited was incorporated on 18th November 1963, in technical and financial collaboration with English China Clays Limited, UK (now known as ECC Group plc, UK). The collaboration with ECC ceased in the year 1992. EICL has since been actively engaged in the manufacture and processing of China Clay of different grades for use as a coating agent and filling agent....   [tags: Business Case Study Analysis] 1354 words
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Slade Company Plating Department - Introduction The Slade Company was a small but prosperous manufacturer of metal products designed for industrial application. It was located in central Michigan with 500 employees. The plating department of Slade had formed certain informal team in which some employees had dishonest behaviors. In this paper, we will discuss Slade’s external environment, central problem, alternatives, analysis, and finally give some recommendation. External Environment Competitive Market Slade’s competitive market is metal product market....   [tags: Case Study Analysis] 1858 words
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Target - Our group, upon much deliberation, decided to conduct our research on the Target Corporation. This decision was based partially on the interesting class presentation done by one of its Wisconsin store managers, and also a genuine interest in the company. We have all been to a Target store or one very similar in our lives. A great number of Americans shop there on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, purchasing anything from a loaf of bread to a flat screen television. The broadness of its product and the way they conduct their business is what first appealed to our group....   [tags: Case Study Business Target] 1627 words
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Tenderlink - Tenderlink.com was established in 1994. Tenderlink.com allows exchange of information in a secure and natural environment. This service being online allows this trade to be done on a local, regional, national, or global basis. (Tenderlink, 2006) This service is provided to subscribed suppliers and purchasers only. It allows them to communicate electronically and opens their options. (Tenderlink, 2006) Purchasers are now able to do numerous things including requesting for information (RFI), request for proposal (RFP), request for quote (RFQ), and expression of interest (EOI) displaying notices on tenderlink.com....   [tags: Business Analysis Case Study] 1613 words
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United States vs Martha Stewart - Martha Stewart and Peter Bacanovic were indicted on criminal charges arising from Martha Stewarts December 27, 2001 sale of 3,928 shares of stock in ImClone Systems, Inc. ("ImClone"). ImClone is a biotechnology company whose then-chief executive officer, Samuel Waksal, was a friend of Stewart's and a client of Stewart's stockbroker at Merrill Lynch, defendant Peter Bacanovic. On December 25, 2001, ImClone learned that the Food and Drug Administration had rejected the company's application for approval of Erbitux, a cancer-fighting drug....   [tags: Legal Case Study] 1199 words
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Citigroup: Taking Sides Cases Analysis - Citigroup: Taking Sides Case Analysis Citibank, part of Citigroup, was one of the first foreign banks that had obtained licenses to conduct a limited range of commercial activities in China. When China entered the World Trade Organization at the end of 2001, Citigroup was still at an early stage in its China strategy. By 2002, Citibank had become one of the strongest foreign banks operating in the People's Republic of China, but as a foreign bank it had only limited market access, for a limited array of services....   [tags: Business Case Analysis] 1229 words
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Automated And Group Collaboration Software - Automated and Group Collaboration Software The current military office environment that is worked in can be cut into two sections when talking about office automation and group collaboration tools; the deployed and non-deployed office environment. Each section has its' own unique qualities and usually requires the same technology to operate, but each gets different support based the deployed environment being more of a priority. To first answer this topic, one must understand that collaborative software is also known as "social software and embraces the communications systems, including e-mail, videoconferencing, instant messaging and chat" (Ziff Davis Media Inc., 2007)....   [tags: Business Technology, Case Study, solution] 752 words
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Bead Bar - The Bead Bar is a company that creates bead jewelry. The bead Bar is a hands on company that allows its customers to create their own jewelry. BRJ Consulting was contracted by the Bead Bar to assist in determining information technology needs. The Bead Bar is an arts and crafts oriented company that enables its customers to design and make their own jewelry with wires, beads, and strings. There currently exist three divisions in the company spread throughout the United States: six (6) studios, five (5) franchises, and the Bead Bar on Board which is a portable Bead Bar designed for cruise ships....   [tags: Case Study, Analysis, Technology, solution] 1125 words
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Bead Bar Systems - Bead Bar Systems Development Project 1 Introduction The Bead Bar franchise is a successful company with its eyes on the future. The Bead Bar already functions very efficiently as it is. Our plan is to take The Bead Bar to the next level by implementing a various array of technical upgrades. This plan will consist of every thing from the latest in desk top computers to PDAs. The building of a new website will help bring in the customers that do there shopping online as well as those who prefer to browse what The Bead Bar might have available before they come to the store....   [tags: Case Study Information Technology, solution] 1312 words
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Bead Bar Network Paper - The Bead Bar is in dire need of a well-designed network structure. Each executive of the organization has specific needs for their department. The Bead Bar is steadily growing and requires a complex network capable of handling daily business functions and processes. The current system in place does not allow effective communication between all Bead Bar locations. Bringing in new technology will reduce redundancy and create a more effective business flow, introducing new network topology and architecture....   [tags: Case Study, Information Technology, solution] 913 words
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Bead Bar Sytem - Bead Bar System The Bead Bar needs to be able to communicate online with their customers. The Bead bar does not want to offer beads online for the simple fact that customers will be more likely to make the beads at home. Another problem is that the Bead bar needs more customers to come into the store and they are afraid if they go online customers will not come in to the store at all. This will eventually hurt the bead bar’s business. The Bead bar needs a way to be able to by online without customers buying the beads online....   [tags: Case Study, Analysis, Technology, solution] 1432 words
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Benetton - Founded by the Benetton family in the 1960s, Benetton is one of the largest garment retailers, with stores which bear its name located in almost all parts of the world.. It could be interesting to analyse the technical development of such an important company going through the different theories of technology. Concerning the technological approach to the activity that Benetton carries on inside its group, the Company adopted a not fully integrated system: not all the activities, namely the technologies, are held "in-house"....   [tags: Case Study, Retail, Analysis, solution] 1356 words
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Computer Industry Analysis - High Innovation Turbulence in this industry which is evidently in the maturity stage Competitor Analysis The two major competitors are HP and Lenovo About HP – They are in the same strategic group as Dell After losing 5% of their combined Market Share they are now gaining ground and in the US have managed to reduce the market share gap between them and Dell by increasing the efficiency of corporate functions and focusing on relationship marketing aimed at both the retailing and consumer industry with the aim of keeping customers loyal and profitable in an efficient way....   [tags: Market, Analysis, Case Study, solution] 1048 words
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Riordan Manufacturing - Running head: RIORDAN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES EVALUATION: User requirements will allow the WASP barcoding system to improve its inventory management, shipping logistics, manufacturing processes, and customer service communication. Current manufacturing processes will need to be modified in order to support the proposed changes to the Inventory Management and Control segment, while minimizing impact to employees and customers. And the proposed enhancements to the Inventory Management and Control segment that need to be supported by the WASP barcoding system will be Raw Material Receiving, Manufacturing with Inventory, Final Product Shipping....   [tags: Case Study, Business, Analysis, solution] 1369 words
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Toyota - Toyota has topped a survey gauging the satisfaction of US customers for the second year in a row. Toyota earned a satisfaction rating of 87 out of 100 on the index compared with an industry average of 81. US researchers at JD Power stated that Toyota was the most reliable car in a survey of three year old vehicles. Toyota has raised its annual profit forecasts after reporting strong results for the three months to end of September. The firm saw operating profits rise by 44% during the quarter, to reach $4.9 billion as sales continued to increase....   [tags: Toyota, Business, Case Study, solution] 982 words
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Kudler Fine Foods Transforms To Organic Produce - Kudler Fine Foods Transforms to Organic Produce The Kudler Fine Foods is transforming its produce to carry organically grown produce. In the company's mission statement: "We will provide this service because we ‘shop the world' for our products; purchase only the finest of products…and will go to extensive lengths to assure that Kudler's is the purveyor of choice for customers aspiring to purchase the finest epicurean delights (Kudler Fine Foods, 2006). Kathy Kudler and her administrative team have decided to contract with local vendors to bring organic produce to the stores....   [tags: Kudler Foods Case Study Analysis] 1997 words
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Overview Of Management: Kudler Fine Foods - Kudler Fine Foods – Overview of Management Kudler Fine Foods is an upscale specialty food store located in San Diego, California. What started out as a small endeavor has escalated into three stores throughout the San Diego metropolitan area. The three stores are located within existing shopping centers and contain the following departments: bakery and pastries, produce, meat and seafood, condiments and packaged foods and finally cheese's and specialty dairy products (Kudler Fine Foods - Home)....   [tags: Kudler Fine Foods Case Study] 1757 words
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