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Coke And Pepsi In India Issues Ethics And Crisis Management

Analysis – Case#16 Coke and Pepsi in India: Issues, Ethics, and Crisis Management Introduction This case delves into whether or not Pepsi and Coke are equal targets in India. It questions whether the companies are doing their ethical duties, as well as whether they are managing crises and stakeholders well. The Real Problem The real problem is whether or not these companies are doing their duties to their stakeholders and to the host countries (in this case India) based on ethics and cultural divides...

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Coke and Pepsi Case Study

Study 16: Coke and Pepsi 1. Identify the ongoing issues in this case with respect to issues management, crisis management, global business ethics, and stakeholder management. Rank order these in terms of their priorities for Coca-Cola and for PepsiCo. Number 1 Priority: The major global business ethics I found in this case study was the whole issue with excessive water usage in their companies as well as the pollution of the water. The book explains that water is very sacred in India. Even though...

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Coke and Pepsi Csr Analysis in India

Issue/Problem Identification This case study shows the difficulties multinational corporations face when doing business in developing countries. Although Coke and Pepsi were prompt at addressing the accusations brought against them, they overlooked multiple issues when starting business in India. When starting a business in a foreign country, the first priority a company should have is to learn the native culture. This was Coke and Pepsi’s biggest mistake and was most likely the reason why the...

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Coke and Pepsi in India

their business dealings in India are not their most long held nor the least problematic. Pepsico has the most longevity in Indian operations having started there in 1988. This allowed Pepsico to establish a stronghold in the Indian market prior to Coca-Cola’s entry in 1993. Both of these MNCs experienced difficulty in establishing their companies, and while they have made some great headway they have also experienced some extreme business angst along the way. Issue/Problem Identification Facts...

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Coke & Pepsi in india

Coke & Pepsi in India Q1) Identify the issues that are going on in this case with respect to issues management, crisis management, global business ethics, and stakeholder management. Rank these in terms of their order of priorities for Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. Q 2) Evaluate the corporate social responsibility (CSR) of Coke and Pepsi in India. Q 3) Are these companies ignoring their responsibilities in India? Or is something else at work? Q 4) why does it seem that Coke has become a larger and...

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Coke & Pepsi Learn to Compete in India

Coke and Pepsi Learn to Compete in India CASE STUDY 2 International Marketing 1. The political environment in India has proven to be critical to company performance for both PepsiCo and Coca- Cola India. What specific aspects of the political environment have played key roles? Could these effects have been anticipated prior to market entry? If not, could developments in the political arena have been handled better by each company? There are several specific aspects of the political environment...

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Coke and Pepsi Issues

Case 23: Coke and Pepsi in India: Issues, Ethics, and Crisis Management In APA style Table of Contents Chapter Page 1. Abstract 3 2. Introduction 4 3. Issue Management 5 4. Crisis Management 7 5. Global Business Ethics 10 6. Stakeholder Management 13 7. Corporate Social Responsibility 14 1. Economic Responsibilities...

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Coke-India: Case Study

United States) From: (Student at UMUC) Subject: Safety and quality concerns of Coke products in India. Date: June 07, 2013 Coca-Cola has considerably gained a large share of the market in the soft drinks industry. In the chase of expanding to foreign companies, it decided to explore India which presented great potential for revenues due to the growing population. The company built bottling plants in India and also contracted with local entrepreneur to facilitate the circulation of the...

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Case Analysis of Coca Cola India Crisis

Carder Higinbotham Case analysis of the Coca-Cola India Crisis 1. What are the key problems that Gupta should focus on in the short term and in the long term? In looking at the situation, hindsight is always 20/20. Gupta would have benefited from the eight steps of crisis management. Step 1: Get control of the situation. Gupta needed to define the real problem, use reliable information, and a measurable communication objective for handling it. Step 2: Gather as much information...

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Coke and Pepsi Learn to Compete in India

Coke and Pepsi Learn To Compete in India 1. The political environment in India has proven to be critical to company performance for both PepsiCo and Coca-Cola India. What specific aspects of the political environment have played key role? Could these effects have been anticipated prior to market entry? If not, could developments in the political arena have been handled better by each company?  Answer The political environment have played key role as follow: - Indian government viewed...

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