Meg Whitman and eBay – Leadership Case Study

This article highlights eBay’s initiative to launch an ethically sourced online marketplace – worldofgood.com – for selling products that have a positive impact on people and the planet.

Cafe Coffee Day – Brand Strategy in India

Download PDF copy of Management Case Study on Cafe Coffee Day – Brand Strategy in India. This case study discusses the brand strategy of Cafe Coffee Day (CCD), the market leader in the organized coffee retailing in India.

eBay in Japan

This management case study on leading internet auctioneer eBay discusses eBay’s entry strategy in Japan and reasons for its failure in Japan. Will its return to Japan (combining with Yahoo) be successful? The case also covers the early years of eBay (how Pierre Omidyar founded eBay) and its international expansion.

Warren Buffett – The Investment Leader

This leadership case study on Warren Buffett, Chairman of the Berkshire Hathaway, outlines the leadership (entrepreneurial) skills of the world’s most successful investor.

Will restructuring help Starbucks Turnaround?

Starbucks, the leading retailer, roaster and brand of specialty coffee in the world, has been struggling amidst a faltering economy, its own rapid growth and increased competition from cheaper rivals. This management case study highlights Starbucks strategy to turnaround its business by providing customers with the distinctive ‘Starbucks Experience’ and building on the Starbucks legacy of innovation.

CSR Initiatives at Tesco

Download Case Study on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) at Tesco – Business Etics Case Study (PDF). Case Study resources in Business Ethics and other Management Education Subjects.

Case Study on Ryanair, the biggest low-cost European Airline

Case Study on Ryanair, the biggest low-cost European Airline. Case Study contents include Ryanair’s history, competitive position, competition from other low cost airlines like EasyJet and Ryanair’s Low Fares Strategy and Standardized Operational Model

Tesco takes on US Wal-Mart

Download Case Study on Tesco’s Strategy in US as it takes on retail giant Wal-Mart. Case Study resources in Business Strategy and other Management Education Subjects.

Nokia’s Business Strategy in India

This case study summarizes Nokia’s business strategies in India. Download pdf file of this case. Case Study resources in Business Strategy and other Management Education Subjects.

Wal-Mart in Japan

Download Case Study on WalMart in Japan. Wal-Mart’s entry strategy in Japan and best practices in Retailing. Case Study resources in Business Strategy and other Management Education Subjects.

Dell’s Supply Chain Management Strategy

Download Case Study on Dell’s Supply Chain Strategy (PDF), SCM Case Studies, Dell Direct Model. Case Study resources in Business Strategy and other Management Education Subjects.

Nokia’s three-way strategy to capture the mobile music segment

Launching devices with advanced multimedia capabilities and that stimulate consumers’ imagination. Using the Internet, adding value to devices with innovative services like the Music Store and Comes with Music. These services offer the best possible mobile music experience to the customer. Providing the customer with the best updated/dynamic local content with suitable partnerships.

McDonald’s Pricing Strategy in India

McDonald’s in India McDonald’s began operations in India in 1996. The fast-food chain started making profits after it broke even in 2008. Reports suggest that McDonald’s two subsidiaries in India, Connought Plaza Restaurants based in New Delhi and Hard Castle Restaurants in based in Mumbai posted accumulated losses of Rs 189.19 crore and Rs 119 […]

P&G’s Leadership Case Study – ‘Build From Within’

Succession Planning at P&G “If I get on a plane next week and it goes down, there will be somebody in this seat the next morning,” – A.G. Lafley, P&G’s CEO as quoted in Fortune magazine. Lafley took over Procter & Gamble (P&G) as CEO in 2000 and since then has been very successful in […]

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and McDonald’s

The chief electoral office of Delhi, India decided to launch a series of advertisements in April 2009 at McDonald’s retail outlets to encourage young voters for the Lok Sabha elections – the largest ever democratic process in the world. McDonald’s which has around 155 restaurants in India (including 35 in Delhi) is keen on the […]

Restructuring challenges at electronics giant Sony

In December 2008, Japan’s Sony Corp. – the world’s second-largest consumer electronics maker – announced a few restructuring measures primarily aimed at changes in management and manufacturing. These include: A $1.1 billion savings plan in its electronics division Cutting 16,000 jobs Pulling out of businesses and limiting investment for savings of almost 100 billion a […]