• Samsung
    9B11C010 MAINTAINING THE “SINGLE SAMSUNG” SPIRIT: NEW CHALLENGES IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT Shaista E. Khilji, Chang Hwan Oh and Nisha N. Manikoth wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling...
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  • Marketing plan
    perspective in ‘Samsung’ marketing planning. The Samsung Group is South Korea's largest company and the world's second largest conglomerate by revenue, leading several industries in the world. It is composed of numerous international businesses, all united under the Samsung brand, including Samsung Electronics...
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  • Financial Controller
    What lessons can be learnt from this case for managing suppliers in Japan and in other countries with different types of firm? Managing effective and efficient supply network is a vital key for any business success. Throughout the past few decades, Tombow supply network has been successfully used...
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  • Optimal Marketing
    operations for Samsung Electronics, joined the company in 1999, he accepted a daunting challenge: build the Korean manufacturer’s brand into a force that would rival industry leader Sony in revenue, profit, and prestige—within five years. It wasn’t going to be easy. At that point, Samsung was arguably...
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  • Samsung Economic Research Institute Annual Report 2012
    Annual Report 2012 Samsung Economic Research Institute CEO's Message In   2012,   the   world   economy   faced   a   new   phase   in   the  global  financial  crisis.  Five  years  after  the  crisis   erupted,   the   global   economy   has   not   fully   regained   momentum,  dragging  down...
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  • Tree
    6. Organizing and Managing Technology Company (as opposed to non-tech) x3 Basic Organizational Structures Prevalent Organizational Structures in Tech Industry (Core competencies, outsourcing, network/hybrid structures, OEM, Manufacturing, Services, IPR holders, R&D facilities, Support services, Sales/marketing...
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  • Samsung Electronics
    9-705-508 REV: FEBRUARY 27, 2009 JORDAN I. SIEGEL JAMES JINHO CHANG Samsung Electronics Introduction Kun Hee Lee, chairman of the Samsung Group, contemplated his company’s strategy while sitting in the basement office of his home. His office had a one hundred-inch screen on the wall, and in...
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  • Transformational Leadership
    international competition heightens. This short paper sets out to provide summary answers to three main questions about transformational leadership. What is it? How a transformational leader motivates their followers? Why might someone resist following a transformational leader? In recent years increasing...
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  • Organizational Theory Taxonomy
    Organizational Theory Taxonomy Title and Theorist Name General Description Example of Theory Other Attributes Agency Theory, Jensen & Meckling, 1972-1976 The agency theory applies classical economic thinking to problems of organizational control and design (Tosi, 2009). Agency theory offers a useful...
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  • Marketing Plan on Galaxy S
    existing customer loyalty and market leadership, measured on market share, are at the lowest level among five biggest firms (Apple, HTC, Nokia, RIM, Samsung – see Appendix 2) in the Smartphone market. However, as a new challenger to the market Galaxy S recorded the highest growth rate within just one year...
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  • Industrial Marketing
    STUDY- HONDA                           4.2 PROBLEM STATEMENT 4.3 SWOT ANALYSIS 4.4 HYPOTHESIS 4.5 FINDINGS 4.6 CASE STUDY- SAMSUNG Chapter Five: CONCLUSION……………………………………………... 55-58 5.1 CONCLUSION                       5.2 BIBLIOGRAPHY...
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  • Capstone Project
    indicates a company's business strategy and that it is developed in relation to customers' perspective. Apple Inc's mission statement clearly identifies what the company does, how it does, and for whom it does for. The mission statement provides that the organization is focused on quality and innovation to...
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  • International Strategic Management (Ism)
    concept how Semco manufacturing company as well as Southwest Airline played a unique leadership approaches to be successful from two different industries. What criteria’s Ricardo semler CEO of Semco believes in transforming is an easy way to switch to other services? The management process and strategic models...
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  • Info
    entrenched position of the Indian market leaders in CTVs’ like Videocon, BPL and Onida has been challenged by the MNCs such as LG, AIWA, Akai, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, Philips and Sharp; some in a perceptible way and others threatening to do so. The changing environment demands fresh thinking to gain the cutting...
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  • Organizational Design Micron vs. Sandisk
    flat revenues and falling profit margins. Throughout our analysis we will uncover the similarities and differences in these two companies to decipher what is causing these two seemingly similar companies to have such different financial standings. We will begin our analysis with company backgrounds followed...
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  • Tathagat
    50 percent year over year. That said, the feature phone market was still booming for Nokia, holding a 20.8 percent share in second place behind Samsung, which had 23.5 percent. Nokia's feature phone share was still falling by 23 percent year over year, however. Nine months later, BlackBerry has been...
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  • Nokia Organization Change
    organization and thereafter analyze its organizational processes in terms of optimal work design processes and suggest recommendations on how it can be made better. We have selected Nokia for the same. We will therefore engage in a comprehensive analysis of the organizational processes at Nokia. Thereafter...
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  • Business Strategy
    Hamel (1990),in their article, pointed out that the core competence is the most powerful way to succeed in global nature. In the article, they described what is core competence, how to distinguish core competence with other elements, how to form the core competence and the obstacles in building core competence...
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  • A Capstone of Apple, Inc.
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  • Od of Whole Food Market
    Introduction Organizational behavior and structure are key factors in leading a company to be efficient and successful. Organizational diagnosis models have been created to allow companies to audit themselves to be sure that they are utilizing these key factors correctly. When a firm conducts an...
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