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09 Oct 2013

Overall Qualitative Plan

Case study - 17 pages - Business strategy

Discovering the truth starts with quality interviews and a positive environment. The interviews were conducted at the office of the lead researcher Michael Curtis except for one exclusive interview completed through the Walden Portal. The debt level within America...

09 Oct 2013

The five qualitative processes

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

The qualitative processes allow any given researcher the opportunity to advance and understand theories and information; the next step within the process of creating a solution to a situation of study is de-escalation and the implementation using the five processes of qualitative research....

19 Sep 2013

Apple Computer, Inc Company Report

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

Apple is truly a solid company that has really shown a lot of growth and innovation over the years. It is no wonder why they are the number one most valuable company now. They have overtaken Exxon Mobil which is valued at $330.77 billion with Apple's very own $337.17 billion (Mclntyre). This...

11 Sep 2013

Learning team behavior and processes

Case study - 4 pages - Business strategy

Prioritizing tasks may prove to be quite a tough feat when an individual has too much on their plate. Determining the difference between urgent tasks and important tasks may aid in the fight. Author Stephen Covey has developed a matrix the he described in his book, First Things First. Covey's...

10 Sep 2013

Applying risk management

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

The risk management process is imperative in identifying, assessing, monitoring, and management of risk. These steps are vital in analysing the vulnerability of the risks through prioritization based on their severity. Risk assessment is an essential step in the risk analysis stage. Applying risk...

10 Sep 2013

Importance of controlling user access

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

Controlling user access is a necessity in a world where technology is used to store priceless information. Access control requires systems to identify the user and provide access to particular data. Data integrity is a major concern for a number of organizations that seek to protect information...

10 Sep 2013

Applying risk management consulting

Case study - 6 pages - Business strategy

Large companies rely heavily on their data and computer systems for their research, development and for other aspects of business such as employee management, and shipment tracking. If external parties compromise their data, they have a lot to lose. McBride Financial Services (MFS) is one of...

04 Sep 2013

Case study - Nestle UK HR database

Case study - 12 pages - Business strategy

Worldwide leader on the food and nutrition industry market, Nestle S.A. is one of the most well-known Swiss company. Created in 1857 by Henri NESTLE, pharmacist by profession, the main headquarter is now located in Vevey, Switzerland, and most of its headquarters (for its brands) are nearby...

03 Sep 2013

International marketing plan for a French car manufacturer

Case study - 28 pages - Business strategy

First, I think that the most important motive is the opportunity offered by the American market. Indeed, even if I can't find any numbers of that, I'm sure that there are more cars per capita in the US than in France. This specificity of the North-American car market offer a great...

29 Aug 2013

Re-Engineering the dysfunctional organization to be a good fit with the organizational ecosystem

Case study - 6 pages - Business strategy

No organization operates in a vacuum. Therefore the functioning of every organization has to be in consonance with the ecosystem within which it exits. This paper is an examination of a hypothetical organization, ‘Zonal Plastic Products Limited', from a sustainable ecological...

14 Aug 2013

An in-depth case study of Nestlé Foods from the view points of organizations as organisms and organizations as cultures, and leadership implications

Case study - 9 pages - Business strategy

This paper is submitted in requirement of the independent study in ‘Leading Complex Organizations' for the MAOM program for the Spring Quarter. The organization selected for study is the global company Nestlé Foods. The study is approached from the points of view of organizations as...

14 Aug 2013

Business plan for concrete manufacturing plant in Ghana, West Africa

Presentation - 52 pages - Business strategy

Population of Ghana has been increasing at an average rate of 1.8% per year. Increase has imposed a burden on the country for infrastructure in the form of schools, hospitals, housing, and roads. At independence in 1957, the required infrastructure was provided mainly by the then...

08 Aug 2013

The factors influencing stress and strategies to overcome: A study among software professionals in Bangalore

Case study - 7 pages - Business strategy

Stress, mainly Work-related stress, has aroused growing interest across all over the world in recent years. The workplace has changed dramatically due to the globalization of the economy. The concept of stress was first introduced in the life sciences by Selye Hans in...

08 Aug 2013

Ashford bus 642 week 2 assignment

Case study - 5 pages - Business strategy

Cooper and Schindler's (2011) definition of ethics states that “Ethics are norms or standards of behavior that guide moral choices about our behavior and our relationship with others” (p. 32). Given that the new policy about possession of a competitor's information is still in...

08 Aug 2013

Ashford bus 642 week 1 assignment

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

What is business research? Business research, as stated by Cooper & Schindler (2011) is “a systematic inquiry that provides information to guide managerial decisions” (p.10). It is the process of identifying, collecting, analyzing, synthesizing and deciphering real data...

02 Aug 2013

McDonalds marketing strategy

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

According to the McDonalds corporate website, McDonalds has been serving food since 1955 (mcdonalds.com). Not only has it been operating here in the United States for the past 57 years, but it has expanded operation abroad as well. So what makes McDonalds so special to have survived this long in...

02 Aug 2013

Lance Airlines

Case study - 4 pages - Business strategy

In order to achieve success, Lance Airways is proud to provide a two part mission statement, one to our guests and another to our colleagues; both are available to view by all. To our guests: Lance Airways is in the business to provide safe, dependable and friendly air...

02 Aug 2013

Samsung - A macro trend analysis

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

Technological development is one of the fastest paced global industries in the world today. Soon after a consumer has purchased the latest and greatest electronic device, within six months the device has already been replaced by something newer and better. Since its beginning in the...

02 Aug 2013

Review the process for development of new products. Analyze why most new products fail. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' postings

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

Mullins and Walker (2010) state that greater attention must be given to new products and one of reasons why so many products fail is because not enough people want to buy them (p. 265). For this reason, there are systems in place to analyze ideas before proceeding to production. As stated in...

02 Aug 2013

Political radio advertising

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

In today's high-tech world, there are essentially three types of media advertising marketers try to reach us by: television, internet and radio. Given that is it 2012 and as the November elections draw closer by the day, political advertising seems to be a constant especially over the...

02 Aug 2013

Creating a company

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

The establishment a physical place, deciding on the right location, to start up is crucial. Some of the tools that are available to marketers include websites such as claritas.com. According to Mullins & Walker (2010) claritas.com “offer low-cost reports based on census data...

02 Aug 2013

Job analysis

Case study - 1 pages - Business strategy

Job analysis is the formal system that is developed to be able to determine the different tasks that the different people in the organization actually engage in performing. The job analysis is important in the development of the job specifications and the job descriptions. The job descriptions...

02 Aug 2013

International business: Questions

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

A.What differences does Harold notice between life in USA and life in Colombia There are a number of differences that Harold notices between life in USA and that of Columbia. First, after marriage the new couple i.e. a son and his wife stay with their parents for a long period of time...

01 Aug 2013

Marketing analysis: Unilever

Case study - 8 pages - Business strategy

The main problem that Unilever is faced with is the competitors. The goal of the firm is to help the people look good, feel good and get more out of their lives. The strengths of the product include the natural ingredients and high quality. The weaknesses of the Dove brand include the old...

01 Aug 2013

E-Government and e-service

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

According to Homburg (2008, p. 91) noted that in the perspective of the e-Government, there are a number of customers that cab be noted. First, the citizens refer to the voters and the taxpayers that are found in the state, the locality or the country. The citizens usually expect some services...

29 Jul 2013

International marketing plan for a French car manufacturer "Renault" in the US market

Case study - 10 pages - Business strategy

In this assignment we'll put together an international marketing plan for the launch of an electric car by the French car manufacturer Renault in the US market. I chose Renault because it's the French company which is the most in advance in the field of electric cars. Indeed, Renault has for...

26 Jul 2013

Naturalistic observation

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

The measurable distance between people as they interact - also known as proxemics - can be used in psychology to further delineate human behavior. Aspects such as body language, posture and body spacing are indicative of an individual's personality and through observation it has been...

26 Jul 2013

Business model of Coco Chanel's fashion and design industry

Case study - 3 pages - Business strategy

Born on August 19, 1883 in Maine-et-Loire, France, Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel was raised in a poor family of 5 siblings that depended on the father's income as a clothes street vendor for sustenance. In 1895 when Chanel was 12 years of age, her mother Eugénie "Jeanne" Devolle died of a...

25 Jul 2013

Apple Inc's ethical philosophy

Case study - 4 pages - Business strategy

Values can be defined as the set of ideals that are of high value to an individual in which there is a form of investment either emotionally or in reputation. Ethics on the other hand are generally accepted practices or behavior that can be codified into a set of rules or integrated into a formal...

15 Jul 2013

Analysis of the implementation of Louis Vuitton in India

Case study - 5 pages - Business strategy

India is an emerging country with a fast growth. The standard of living and the number of very rich people are increasing whereas the poverty line is decreasing. Indeed, the High Net Worth Individuals represented 19% of the Indian population in 2005. Moreover, an ambitious youth interested in...