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  • The Moonlighter Casestudy

    CASE STUDY of ‘The Moonlighter” 1. INTRODUCTION According to Lewis, business ethics is a topic that has received much attention in literature but due to its abstract nature, nearly all definitions available exist at highly theoretical levels (Lewis 1985, 377). Most people have the tendency to distrust corporations in the market and the larger the firm, the worse the problem of trust usually gets (Rushton 2002, 138). Highly visible business ethics issues influence the public’s attitudes toward

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  • Bsnl Casestudy

    STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF ORGANISATIONS A CASE STUDY OF BHARAT SANCHAR NIIGAM LIMITED INTRODUCTION Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), the corporate version of erstwhile DOT, came to existence on 1st October 2000. Ever since the formation of BSNL, the Indian telecommunications scenario has been transforming itself into a multi-player, multi-product market with varied market sizes and segments. Within the basic phone service the value chain has split into Basic services, long distance players

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  • Casestudy Databases

    1. There are many business benefits to companies like Amazon and eBay for opening up their databases. The idea is to help yourself by helping smaller businesses. If an individual wanted to start an online business selling a product it may be very difficult to get enough momentum and exposure to generate sizable revenue. But by using the Amazon or eBay databases the new business instantly has access to millions of potential customers. Amazon and eBay may charge a small commission for the service.

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  • Converse Casestudy

      Converse  Inc.   Situational  Analysis       ID:  936605550   ID:  911484064   ID:  933327329   ID:  919538922     ID:  938345647         Table  of  Contents   Company  Analysis  ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..  3-­‐6                   Consumer  Analysis………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…….  6-­‐7              

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  • Scm-Casestudy

    Bio-Robotics and Human-Mechatronics (T. Matsumaru) Lab 2012 生体工学 Bioengineering 440111270A 授業の内容Class • 概略と目標Goal • 生体工学bio-engineeringにおける基礎的な知識fundamental knowledgeを体系的に systematically習得masterすること. • ただしhowever授業時間数class hourに限りがあるlimitedので,工学系の学生さんengineering studentsが生体を 知ろうとするときに,取り組みやすいaccessible項目items,将来もin the future役に立ちusefulそうな話題をtopics 取捨選択picked upした. • 関連する周辺分野related fieldsを含めて学んだlearned知識knowledgeを,現実の問題・ practical issues課題actual problems / subjectsに関連づけるconnectこと.

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    What role, if any, does work/life balance play in the success of an organization? Explain. Work-life balance is one of the most important issues facing employers and managers today. Employees at all levels are no longer willing to trade their quality of life in order to get a decent standard of living. Work/life plays a vital role in success of an organization. Work–life balance is having enough time for work and enough to have a life thus the work life balance. Baxter gives this facility to their

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  • Ibm Casestudy

    STRATEGIC MARKETING International Business Machines Techno in or techno out Case study 6-13 By Giana Martiena, MBA 2012-2013 Faculty of Hospitality, Tourism Management & International Business Studies University of Aruba, March 2013 INTRODUCTION By adapting its marketing strategy to meet and create demands International Business Machines (IBM) has proven to be able to withstand the ever changing technical world. Challenges come and go, in this case study we discuss a three-prong

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    Harley Davidson Inc. 2008 The founder of this company is William Harley and his friend Arthur R. Davidson. James Ziemer is the President and the CEO of the Harley Davidson company. The mission of the company is “We fulfill dreams through the experience of motorcycling by providing to motorcyclist and to the general public an expanding line of motorcycles, branded products and services in selected market segments. The issued that Harley Davidson must face are, considering the weak dollar, the probability

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  • Casestudy 3

    Alpen Bank: Launching the Credit Card in Romania 1. If Alpen bank does in fact decide to launch a credit card, there are a variety of positions it could take. Given their reputation however as a higher income bank, I believe Alpen should target their current affluent customer base. By positioning their card in the higher income segment of the Romanian market, they will have the ability to charge a higher joining fee/ annual fee because the consumer will not weigh the decision as much as someone

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    Write the benefits of e-procurement that Indian organizations can derive E-procurement (electronic procurement, sometimes also known as supplier exchange) is the business-to-business or business-to-consumer orbusiness-to-government purchase and sale of supplies, work, and services through the Internet as well as other information and networking systems, such as electronic data interchange and enterprise resource planning. E-procurement is done with a software application that includes features for

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  • Boa : Casestudy

    Problem Statement BofA launched mobile banking in May2007, to allow customer to access the bank through mobile application and through mobile web on their phone browser. In less than three years BofA had around 4 million mobile banking customers at an adoption rates five to eight times that of the online banking. Because of this success, the line-of-business managers like mortgages and credit cards were asking for more upgrades to leverage the mobile platform. This request created a dilemma for

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    Case Study 1 Nike: The Sweatshop Debate TFSU Zhu Mo In recent five years, as a global sport empire, Nike’s success has been widely discussed and debated on the level of the world. However, Nike’s affluence has appealed dozens of doubt coming from media and non-profit institutions, which have conducted investigations on its value chain. As an astonishing result, its manufacturing factories in south-east Asia, as reports indicate, are sweatshops

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    External Factor Analysis Summary on Coca-Cola Richard Lee Columbia Southern University The Coca-Cola Corporation provides consumers over five hundred brands and is the world's largest beverage company. The company has its headquarters in Atlanta. The organization conducts operations in over two hundred countries. This is the reason they have the largest beverage distribution

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    Electrochemistry Electrochemistry is a branch of chemistry that studies chemical reactions which take place in a solution at the interface of an electron conductor (the electrode: a metal or a semiconductor) and an ionic conductor (the electrolyte). These reactions involve electron transfer between the electrode and the electrolyte or species in solution. If a chemical reaction is driven by an externally applied voltage, as in electrolysis, or if a voltage is created by a chemical reaction as in

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    INTERSHIP REPORT ON MCB BANK LIMITED U.P MORE BRANCH KARACHI BY MISBAH NOOR M.COM (FINANCE) DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE JINNAH UNIVERSITY OF WOMEN 12TH SEP, 2013 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT All praise to Allah, the Beneficent, the merciful, and respect for His Prophet “Peace Be upon Him” who made us recognize our creator. I am also thankful to all the staff members of MCB who provided me a friendly and knowledgeable environment through which I have learned a lot. DEDICATION | My all

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    Case study: When radiation therapy kills When new expensive medical therapies come along, promising to cure people of illness, one would think that the manufacturers, doctors,and technicians, along with the hospitals and state oversight agencies, would take extreme caution in their application and use. Often this is not the case. Contemporary radiation therapy offers a good example of society failing to anticipate and control the negative impacts of a technology powerful enough to kill people.

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    Building Data Science Teams The Skills, Tools, and Perspectives Behind Great Data Science Groups DJ Patil THE SIMPLEST WAY TO BRING MapReduce and SQL www.asterdata.com Optimized in One Database Appliance Everyone knows data is the new black. The Aster MapReduce Analytics Portfolio enables customers to quickly make use of their data for actionable insights, analysis and product innovation. - Jonathan Goldman, Director of Analytics, Teradata Aster (and former Principal Data Scientist

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    Introduction 1.1 Company Background Akademi Teknikal Laut Malaysia (ATLAM) was establish on 15 August 1991 but then subsequently privatized on 1st January 1997. It is located in Melaka and Terengganu. ATLAM’s vision is to be a leader in maritime education and training, while its mission is to facilitate value added learning via a conducive environment and offer services to its clients. ATLAM revamped its Information Technology (IT) facilities in 2000. Before 2001, ATLAM relied on a customized

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  • Drpeppersnapple Casestudy

    Re: Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. – Memo of Recommendation Strategic Issue Energy beverages in 2006 were the fourth largest nonalcoholic beverage category in the United Sates after carbonated soft drinks (CSD), bottled water, and sport drinks. Currently the company sells ready-to-drink tea, juice, juice drink, and mixer categories. The main issue is Dr Pepper Snapple sells four categories which are not among the top four. Therefore, they are missing out on a huge opportunity in the market.

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  • Casestudy Teenager

    Study Week 2 – Case study: Teenage culture Q: What are the managerial implications of the survey for an international marketer of: a) Potato chips: Clearly kids in the UK have the highest consumption of potato chips – so for a marketer of potato chips the UK market is of course extremely interesting. But I assume the competition within this market segment (kids in the UK) must be equivalent high. Therefor it is crucial that a company within this business, trying to gain market share in the kids

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  • Nike Casestudy

    Nike: Sweatshops and Business Ethics (Adapted/summarised from original) By Charles Hill*, University of Washington Introduction: Nike is a global corporation, founded 1972, and now one of the leading marketers of athletic shoes and apparel. It has a turnover of $10bn and operates in some 140 countries. Nike does not manufacture anything. It focuses on design and marketing and contracts out (outsources) its manufacturing to some 600 factories worldwide, employing over half a million people

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    1 How to Write a Case Study What Is a Case Study? A case study is a puzzle that has to be solved. The first thing to remember about writing a case study is that the case should have a problem for the readers to solve. The case should have enough information in it that readers can understand what the problem is and, after thinking about it and analyzing the information, the readers should be able to come up with a proposed solution. Writing an interesting case study is a bit like writing a detective

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  • Wengart Casestudy

    WENGART AIRCRAFT: BRIEFING NOTES Source: Harvey, D. & Brown, D. (2001). An experiential approach to Organisation Development (6th. Ed.). Upper Saddle River: Prentice-Hall. President Ralph Larsen of Wengart Aircraft has become increasingly concerned about profits. Though he is not fearful of a company takeover, he does feel an obligation to maximize shareholders' return on their investment. He and about a dozen top executives receive sizable stock bonuses, so it is to their advantage to obtain

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    AFF3431 Performance Measurement and Control Case study Analysis ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- From your reading of the case describe the issue(s) or problem(s) which should be the focus of your case analysis. ------------------------------------------------- All of the physician groups would need to earn a surplus on the basis of the revenue generated from their outpatient visits only. Problem: BMA has never tried billed

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    IMPORTANCE AND CURRENT ISSUES OF DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM Cynthia P. C. Lee Abstract This paper emphasized on the Decision Support System (DSS) defined in various ways depending upon the author’s point of view by Turban (1995), Little (1970), Moore and Chang (1980), Keen (1980), and Power (1997); history of DSS during late 1950s and early 1960s until millennium approached of Web-based analytical applications; the Decision support system (DSS) has been used in many different ways (Alter 1980

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  • Peppercorn Dinning Casestudy

    PEPPERCORN DINNING CASESTUDY I. DIAGNOSIS From studying the whole case, looks like issues are primarily concentrated on group level. INPUT: Organization design is clearly the major input to group design. It consists of the design components characterizing the larger organization within which the group is embedded. Below is the mission statement and All-American dining organization’s goals and polices, which are the fundamentals of peppercorn dining. Though All American Dining encourage

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    Иностранный язык профессионального общения Маркетинг 3 курс.Модуль 1. Internatinal Marketing Case Study The case study below exemplifies a contrast between two working cultures: Canadian and Taiwanese. Read the text and the list of possible actions. Then make recommendations as to what the Canadian should do choosing from the list below, ranking them in order of priority, adding any other actions you think necessary. Dave Thompson is a Canadian working for a ‘Baby Bell’ company which

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  • 3m Casestudy

    IBD of 3M had a new mandate. * To step up organic growth rate from 3- 5% up to 12-15% by 2008. * Target had to be met independently of growth from ongoing acquisitions IBD sold products to business customers * Two types of end user applications * (OEMs) * Production plants- (Original equipment manufacturers)(OEM’S) * OEM catered products were high value items becoming part of a finished product * Growth at IBD slow because OEM segment had become

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  • Casestudy 2

    Week 5 Case Study 2 Acct Financial 504 October 5, 2014 1. Inform the President of any new internal control requirements if the company decides to go public. Based on the facts given in the case, new internal control requirements that are needed for the company to go public are listed. a. Compliance with Sarbanes Oxley act regulations b. Compliance with SEC, GAAP and IFRS procedures to record all transactions c. Internal audit on company financial and business processes

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    FORMAT FOR WRITTEN CASE ANALYSIS |Required Sections |Guidelines | |I. Executive Summary |One to two paragraphs in length | | |On cover page of the report

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  • Gle Casestudy

    1-Executive Summary With the aim of improving customer service and expanding business opportunities GLE has embarked on a project to implement a new Customer Management System (CMS). As this type of project is a new venture for GLE and GLE has little experience in managing projects and even project delivery methodologies, management decided that once the project moved into the design and construction phases it would be wise to hire the services of a Project Advisory team to identify the risks and

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    MacMickeys Fast Food – A Case Study MacMickey’s is a fast food joint that started a small venture of three friends Tushar, Ram & Kiran 5 years ago at Bangalore. Tushar was a graduate in food technology and nutrition. Ram had done his M.S. in logistics and supply chain management. Kiran had graduated in psychology. The three started the venture choosing to do something different and unique from the rest of their friends. Tushar was incharge of the kitchen. He was simply superb at turning out delicious

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    TBP 4322 Definition of financial system A financial system can be defined at the global, regional or firm specific level. The firm's financial system is the set of implemented procedures that track the financial activities of the company. On a regional scale, the financial system is the system that enables lenders and borrowers to exchange funds. The global financial system is basically a broader regional system that encompasses all financial institutions, borrowers and lenders within the global

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  • Citibank Casestudy

    Citibank: Performance Evaluation 1. Briefly analyze the performance evaluation plan that is currently in place at Citibank’s California branches. The California Division of Citibank has a new performance scorecard that highlights the importance of a diverse set of measures in achieving the strategic goals of the division. One of the new measures is on customer satisfaction indicators, which will tell how satisfied the bank customers are. It complements existing financial

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  • Apple Casestudy

    Apple's iPhone Launch: A Case Study in Effective Marketing Kyle Mickalowski, Augustana College Mark Mickelson, Augustana College Jaciel Keltgen, Augustana College ABSTRACT When CEO Steve Jobs announced in January 2007 that Apple would be releasing a revolutionary iPhone five months hence, consumers waited with bated breath for a phone that would deliver all the features of their iPods as well as a smart phone. Anticipation grew, just as Jobs knew it would, as June approached. The launch would

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    32184_TESCO:TESCO STUDY V6 23/6/09 16:11 Page 1 How training and development supports business growth Introduction Tesco is the largest British retailer and is also the world’s third largest grocery retailer with outlets across Europe, USA and Asia. The business began in 1919 with one man, Jack Cohen, selling groceries from a stall in the East End of London. Jack bought surplus stocks of tea from a company called T.E. Stockwell. T.E. Stockwell and Cohen combined their names to brand

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  • Payless Casestudy

    |payless casestudy | | Summary : The objective of writing the report is to address the issues that has been raised on 24th February,2015 in Payless , due to which company has been gone through various problems . The report states all the primary reasons for the occurrence of the issues and all the possible measures which can be taken in order to recover all the problems and stop the issues from happening again in the future . All the appropriate solutions will help the company from facing

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  • Bmw Casestudy

    Pros to BMW The pros of selecting target marketing is • BMW created the lower-priced 1 Series and X3 SUV to target the “modern mainstream,” a group who are also family-focused and active but had previously avoided BMWs because of the premium cost. • The 1 Series reached this group with its lower price point, sporty design, and aspiration to own a luxury brand. The X3 also hit home with its smaller, less consumers expensive SUV design. BMW introduced convertibles and roadsters to target “post-moderns

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    SYLLABUS INDIAN BUSINESS ENIRONMENT MBA–2nd SEMESTER, M.D.U., ROHTAK External Marks : 70 Time : 3 hrs. Internal Marks : 30 UNIT-I Nature, components and determinatnts of business environment; basic nature of Indian economic system; relation size and growth of public and private corporate sector, social responsibility of business; broad features of India's now economic policy. UNIT-II Trend and pattern of industrial growth; review of industrial policy developments; industrial licensing

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  • Dell Casestudy

    Matching Dell Jonathan S. Leonard Two Fundamental Strategies Beat them on costs Sidestep them with differentiation Two Fundamental Strategies Dell relentlessly drove down costs Methods Corporate Financial Comparisons? These are clouded by differences in Business Organization, Product Mix, Industry Mix, Pricing, Cost Allocation Product level Comparison: Apples to Apples Five Forces Analysis Bargaining Power of Some Suppliers (very high) Proprietary standards + customer

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    UNIX for DBA`s Author: Sandeep Akkasani 1. INTODUCTION TO UNIX 1.1 Single-User Systems The personal computer (PC) is a small General-purpose system that can execute programs to perform a wide variety of tasks. The PC, however, was designed for use by one person at a time, that is, it is Single-User oriented with MS-DOS as the de facto standard operating system for this range of machines. Single user systems became very popular due to the low cost hardware and wide range of software

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    International Research Journal of Finance and Economics ISSN 1450-2887 Issue 47 (2010) © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2010 http://www.eurojournals.com/finance.htm Working Capital Management and Corporate Performance of Manufacturing Sector in Pakistan Abdul Raheman PhD Scholar, Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Islamabad & Asst. Professor, University Institute of Management Sciences PMAS-Arid Agri. University Rawalpindi E-mail: abdulrehman@uaar.edu.pk Talat Afza Professor

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  • Unilever Casestudy

    Digital Marketing As discussed in your chosen case study, outline the main strengths and limitations of the case’s digital marketing strategy. In the Unilever case study, the company decided to distribute samples of a new cereal bar, the Marmite, to drive awareness of the new product by increasing connections to the brand’s Facebook page by a Facebook sampling ads campaign. The activity on Facebook was part of an integrated campaign that included print media to raise awareness as well

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  • River Casestudy

    In July of 2005 an angler reported a fish kill on the river Tolka at Clonee to the ERFB The ERFB sent out fisheries environmental officers. On site inspection reviled a discharge pipe leading from a abattoir close by. The area around this pipe was chemically burned and the water was discolored The area was absent of flora and fauna downstream from this point. This was a point source pollution event. (1) Upstream approx 5M there was small fish alive but were absent downstream They proceeded

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    12 of 19 Mystery of-disappearing-oil 4,783 views * Share   * Like   * Download Cik Liana Omar  Follow  1  6  0 Published on Dec 2, 2014 maf680 ... Published in: Education -------------------------------------------------  0 Comments -------------------------------------------------  4 Likes -------------------------------------------------  Statistics -------------------------------------------------  Notes ------------------------------------------------- Top

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    Case Study: Snyder's of Hanover: New Systems for an Old Family Company Harry V. Warehime began tempting the taste buds of southern Pennsylvanians with his Hanover Olde Tyme Pretzels in 1909. Since then, Snyder's of Hanover, as the company came to be known, has expanded its business beyond any scope that its founder might have dared to imagine. Snyder's of Hanover remains a family-owned and family-run company, but it has become the world's second largest pretzel maker, with 12.1 percent of the pretzel

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  • Brose Casestudy

    [pic] Homework Questions 1. What is the Brose Groups business and what are the critical success factors (CSF’s) in a business like Brose’s? [lists] What is there business: • Automotive Supplier • Turnover of 4 billion (2011) • Founded 1908 • Product: Car Parts • International (25 different countries) • Private Company (family owned) • Headquarters in Germany • Supplies over 40 auto brands • 14,000

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    Issues of Financial Reporting Case Study Air Canada: Bond Ratings and Off-Balance Sheet Operating Leases Prepared by: Sidra Manzoor Wajeeha Masood Sidra Waseem Nuzhat Gul BBA-MBA-8 Faculty of Management Sciences International Islamic University, Islamabad. Prepared for: Ma’am Najam-us-Saher Faculty of Management Sciences International Islamic University, Islamabad. CASE STUDY Air Canada: Bond Ratings And Off-Balance Sheet Operating Leases Question #1 How should the operating

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  • Smuckers Casestudy

    Introduction The J. M. Smucker Company was founded in 1897 when Jerome Monroe Smucker sold his first product, apple butter, from the back of a horse-drawn wagon. The headquartered of the company is in Orrville, Ohio, and it has been family run for four generations. The J. M. Smucker Company is a manufacturer and market leader of fruit spreads, ice cream toppings, health and natural foods beverages, and natural peanut butter in North America. In order to resolve the company’s small size and limited

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    BGB2033/BAGB2033 CORPORATE SOCIAL POLICY CASE STUDY (30%) For this assignment, you are required to submit a written report based on the following case study: Case Study 1 (15%) – Kimpton Hotels’ EarthCare Program Case Study 2 (15%) – The Collapse of Enron You may download both case studies (in PDF format) through course announcement in VOISS/CMS. Requirements: • Prepare a one-page summary highlighting on the major issues in both case studies • Answer ALL questions at the end of

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