MARUTI UDYOG LIMITED – Managing competition successfully
Maruti Udyog Limited (MUL) was established in Feb 1981 through an Act of Parliament, to meet the growing demand of a personal mode of transport caused by the lack of an efficient public transport system. It was established with the object
The South African building Industry has experienced sustainable growth during the last decade but due to recent changes in the economy we are experiencing a downward slump. Construction, cash building and the home improvement industry have directly taken a knock as a result of t
Final exam assignment
Over the last few decades there have been a number of cases of high profile corporate collapses and fraud scandals. In essence, the unethical behaviour of corporations affects us all, such as shareholders’ lost financial investments, employees who lost their
Nokia Corporation once transcended its current business of mobile and telecommunication service production as it is currently known.
The corporation started out as a paper, rubber and cable manufacturer. It later in its life expanded to include consumer electronics and mobile and te
Intro to Sales Promotion
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Case Study Analysis of Smirnoff
The drinks market is constantly evolving, with product innovation, as well as brand strength, at the heart of its growth. Smirnoff Vodka has continued to remain successful in this market beca
Enron a Case Study
Enron, once known as the worldwide leader in energy trading, began as a natural gas pipeline company. “At its peak, Enron brokered up to 20 percent of America’s energy transactions. These included basic contracts to deliver natural gas from wells to
A Product Development and Launch Case Study
How would you assess the competitive position of Nokia in the market ?
What are the current and future threats for their product portfolio ?
Is Nokia’s positioning clear ?
How relevant or approp
Businesses must respond to change in order to remain competitive. Developing appropriate
strategies which allow them to move forward is essential. Wilkinson is a prime example of a
business that has responded to changing customer needs throughout its history. It is one of
Question 1.1 Barriers to entry in the PC industry. Support your response with relevant theory and extracts from the case.
The personal computer industry has undergone major changes in its market structure. The industry has grown substantially from its beginnings in January 1975, when the first micr
A Case Study Approach for Understanding Supply Chain Orientation in Indian Pharmaceutical Firms
TOPIC AREA: OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Authors: Dr. J Shanmugan, Dr. Sajal Kabiraj
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CASE STUDY – UPS – United Parcel Service Inc. US$42.6 Billion
This article is excerpted from E-Volve-or-Die.com: Thriving in the Internet Age Through E-Commerce Management, by Mitchell Levy (New Riders Publishing, 2000, ISBN 0-7357-1028-7). www.ups.com
History of Transformation
UPS has be
In July 1991, the largest scandal in the financial history exploded when the branch offices of the Bank of Credit and Commerce (BCCI) has been seized by regulators in seven countries. The closure of the bank is mainly due to massive fraud and corruption that happened at the heart
Enron Case Study
Part A: Problem Focused Analysis and Recommendations.
1. Brief Case Background. List key events, use timeline.
At one time Enron was one of the world’s largest producers of natural gas, oil, and electricity. It also appeared to be one of the
IKEA CASE STUDY (Current Position, Value Chain Approach, Goes Forth)
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IKEA is the world’s largest furniture retailer, specialising in selling stylish, inexpensive, self assembly Scandinavian design furniture, home accessories, kitchens and bathrooms in their retail stores ar
As per requested this group assignment prepared from Group 2 (NASA) contributed by Norazman Saharum , Shaufi Akil , Abd Manaf Jalil and Zubir Zainal Abidin . This group assignment part of final course entitle for 25 marks .
This assignment to fulfill our MSU MBA Syllabus for
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DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT TAX SYSTEM IN A DEVELOPING ECONOMY - A CASE STUDY OF GHANA
A PROJECT WORK PRESENTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIR
QUESTION: Write a term paper on an organization of your choice and discuss internal, external, and technological changes and how they have affected the organization.
HYPOTHESIS: EFFECTS OF INTERNAL AND ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT CHANGES; CASE STUDY: IMPERIAL BANK LTD
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A Case Study of the Role of Collective Bargaining in Corporate Change - Qantas Airways Limited1
Jim McDonald and Bruce Millett Department of HRM and Employment Relations University of Southern Queensland,