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25 Jul 2022

Computerised farming: the cow of tomorrow - The Economist (2019) - How and what means do companies use to computerise the breeding of cows?

Text commentary - 1 pages - Economy general

Today, computers have made it possible to control computers, programs and even robots, which is fascinating, but the idea of the machine taking over from humans can be terrifying. This idea is quite justified to cross our mind considering the evolution of computer science which has evolved to...

31 May 2021

Outsourcing of human resources: the challenges and motivations of companies

Dissertation - 10 pages - Human resources

Companies today face many changes, regardless of their field of activity. The main objective of each of them is, of course, to achieve maximum profits in order to be able to continue their activity in the long term. Competition is a constant threat to societies, as it has come from all...

12 Feb 2021

How are companies adapting their activity to the COVID-19 crisis?

Case study - 9 pages - Management

In this argument, we will try to explain a management problem that companies constantly encounter in their environment, whatever their sector and size, taking into account more particularly in the current crisis context. Thus, the following question will be answered more precisely: "How...

12 Nov 2020

International Companies and their Strategies

Case study - 10 pages - Management

As a result of the globalisation that we are witnessing for more than twenty decades, the smallest of companies could cross seas and establish business in foreign lands, as a consequence of that, many names have been given to these companies that succeeded in doing business abroad....

24 Mar 2015

Sponsorship and companies

Case study - 4 pages - Sports

The first level corresponds to the participants in the event. We do not often think of the participants when measuring the visibility of the sponsors, as participants in a sponsored sports event are not always professional. Many amateur likely to consume also participate in these events. For...

25 Mar 2015

Strategic problems facing Human Resource Managers (HRM) operating in multi-national companies (MNC)

Essay - 7 pages - Criminal law

A multi-national company is a company that has been formed to operate across known international physical boundaries (Cooke, 2003). These companies are often located to other international countries apart from the parent country in which it was originally founded. These multinational...

28 Jul 2015

How to synergize the works of internal auditors and external auditors to listed companies

Essay - 9 pages - Finance

Internal and external auditors have been used over the years to promote transparency and compliance with the accounting procedures in listed companies. The external and internal auditors have had separate duties in the audit process. However, conflicts have been witnessed between the...

16 Apr 2014

German accounting rules are suitable for solely domestic companies but not for multinational enterprises. Discuss

Essay - 6 pages - Accounting

Following the Industrial Revolution in 1850 or so, the traditional German accounting appeared in an economic context fiercely influenced by banks. Indeed, for almost a century, banks had been the major financing sources for enterprises. After the WWII, the internationalisation of markets has led...

31 Jul 2014

The Tourism sector in Chile: Chilean economy and Implantation of foreign companies

Case study - 8 pages - Economy general

Between 1973 and the early 1990s, Chile underwent a troubled political situation with a dictatorship situation of the government. Logically, the destinations in this situation remain on the sidelines of world tourism. But when the political crisis in Chile had subsided, giving way to democracy...

19 Jun 2014

Futures contracts in risk management companies can use trading on a US exchange

Case study - 6 pages - Educational studies

A futures contract is an accord between two parties who have agreed to buy or sell a particular commodity of an agreed quantity. The agreement is based on a future transaction in which the commodity will be paid for in future at a time agreeable by both of the parties. This term is common in...

14 Mar 2014

HRM in companies: Ryanair, IBM, Google, IKEA

Case study - 12 pages - Business strategy

The best-fit approach underlines the importance of assuring that HR strategies are performances. This takes into account, through the circumstances of the organization's culture, operational processes and external environment. Thanks to that, HR strategies consider two points, the organisation...

12 Nov 2013

Why is it particularly necessary for HR managers in national companies in China to focus on protecting female employees. working rights?

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

Gender inequality is a problem among the workplace globally, female employees tend to be paid fifteen to fifty percent less than male employees when they are working the same job. (Burnett,2010) In terms of the situation in China, although the Constitution in 1982 has reinforced laws and...

03 Apr 2013

How to negotiate with French companies?

Essay - 4 pages - Management

French people often seem unnervingly cool and worldly, sometimes even aloof, especially to Britons and Americans. This is not surprising as they are great thinkers, and they value intelligence and eloquence. Philosophy is part of a French child's education. Logical thinking and a passion for...

12 Nov 2013

Why is it particularly necessary for HR managers in national companies in China to focus on protecting female employees. working rights? - published: 31/10/2013

Case study - 5 pages - Human resources

Gender inequality is a problem among the workplace globally, female employees tend to be paid fifteen to fifty percent less than male employees when they are working the same job. (Burnett,2010) In terms of the situation in China, although the Constitution in 1982 has reinforced laws and...

26 Jun 2012

Analysis of how business companies can increase brand awareness and customer interaction through the use of social media

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

The arrival of new technology has raised a number of new issues for managers and leaders. The use of the internet is an unavoidable feature of today's business environment, as it can be very productive to companies. Email can be used as a very potent business tool, enabling business...

23 Mar 2011

How companies deal with cultural differences: the example of Disneyland Resort Paris

Case study - 97 pages - Services marketing

"Globalization, understood as the extension of the market economy and capitalism in the world, has accelerated over the last thirty years. " Thus the companies that choose to internationalize are growing. This internationalization promotes contacts between cultures, which play a...

16 Feb 2011

Are IFRS standards beneficial to the French companies?

Dissertation - 46 pages - Accounting

Multiple accounting policy discrepancies have raised awareness that a solution should be found to harmonize and unify accounting standards. Thus, in 1973, ten countries got together to try to respond favorably to this issue and they established the IASC (International Accounting Standards...

16 Feb 2011

Logistic strategies of the companies of luxury - Example of Louis Vuitton

Case study - 42 pages - Logistics

In this paper, we will focus on logistics and strategies of luxury companies. We will also analyze their future prospects. Initially, key concepts and existing models in terms of logistics are defined in the first paragraph. Therefore, one sees three different types of strategies, the...

16 Feb 2011

French large companies in the automobile sport

Market study - 8 pages - Business strategy

This is a summary on French companies in the fast paced world of motor sports. These companies include the likes of the Renault, Peugeot and Michelin. The Renault RS01 appeared at the Grand Prix of Great Britain in1977 with Jean-Pierre Jabouille driving. Initially, the Formula 1...

10 Jan 2011

Large Companies

Case study - 5 pages - Business strategy

In 1998 a company called Google was established. When it first began, they worked out of a Garage in Menlo that was rented by a friend of the founders of Google, Larry Page (24 years old at the time) and Sergey Brin (who was then 23). The company had 3 people working for them. It became...

27 Jan 2011

Managerial characteristics of South Korean companies

Case study - 3 pages - Management

The business district in South Korea can be easily identified by the high number of economic enterprises present there. The zaebol (or giant corporations) have a considerable weight, perhaps even excessive weight, in the country's economic potential. Although not directly the result of the...

16 Feb 2011

Strategy marketing of the companies Carriere and Nivert

Case study - 6 pages - Finance

The two companies in this study are quite similar. The family canneries were created centuries ago in the Loire Valley. They preserve the same type of vegetables, and cater to the same type of customers. Their production methods differ and are targeted towards the upstream market. The...

11 Oct 2011

Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. -Creating Fashion for the world

Market study - 7 pages - Business strategy

"The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. (Estee Lauder) is one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of fragrance, skin care, makeup and hair care products in the world. The group employs more than 31000 professionals in the fields of R&D, marketing, finance, retailing, etc. The group is...

29 Sep 2010

A Dutch-French comparative corporate cultures survey through the study of the financing structures of two key-sectors multinational companies: KPN v. France Telecom; Royal Dutch Shell v. Total

Dissertation - 36 pages - Finance

The main cultural assumption in this research paper is about, the French corporate culture once being Latin-like and the Dutch one having been German-like, both the corporate culture of France and the Netherlands firms are converging towards the Anglo-Saxon model. In order to confirm or not the...

25 Jan 2010

Difficulties graduates encounter and the needs and expectations from companies

Thesis - 13 pages - Educational studies

Finding a good job one of the biggest concerns of students after graduating. From then, the question of whether graduates from universities could have a suitable job in the future may be far more complicated to be answered. There are many controversial points of view around this issue, and each...

07 Apr 2010

Empirical study on effect of quality management on competitive performance in manufacturing companies: International perspective

Thesis - 11 pages - Management

This paper presents results of an empirical analysis on quality management and its impact on competitive performance. These results have been derived from the third round survey conducted during 2003 and 2004 under the framework of High Performance Manufacturing Project. After presenting a simple...

28 Jun 2010

Strategies used by companies to attract young employees

Thesis - 5 pages - Human resources

Recent years have seen the inclusion of new management practices in the recruitment process. These changes, are a sign of awareness of the company's awareness of the strategic aspect of recruitment, and derive from an increasingly competitive labor market. HR marketing: This concept is then...

28 Jun 2010

Innovation: An advantage for companies

Course material - 7 pages - Business strategy

Innovation is the application of a new invention in a way that provides new technical, organizational or commercial benefits to a business. It aims to add value or provide an additional benefit to the company. Innovation is the foundation of entrepreneurship, since an entrepreneur need to be able...

29 Sep 2010

"You are a consultant to a company considering India or China as an attractive opportunity for investment. Citing appropriate examples of other companies' experiences assess the risks involved in investing in ONE of these countries" N/B Choose either Indi

Essay - 6 pages - Management

India is today, considered as the seventh largest, and the world's second most populated country, with 1.1 billions inhabitants. Due to a series of reforms conducted since 1991, India has become the second fastest growing economy with an annual growth rate of around 8% over the last three...

29 Sep 2010

ECAPS Merger of Export Companies

Case study - 10 pages - Management

As you all know, our company, ECAPS FURNITURE EXPORT has recently merged with three other export companies from Italy, Russia, and Sweden. Since its establishment, our company has experienced a rapid expansion. It has now taken a leading place among the European furniture market. It is...