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19501. LUCAS-TVS LIMITED: A JOURNEY TOWARDS MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE INDIANA UNIVERSITY CIBER CASE STUDY SOLUTION. New, Winter/Spring 2017 This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to an Indiana University CIBER case study on improving manufacturing processes at Lucas-TVS Limited (“Lucas-TVS”),one of the largest independent suppliers of automotive components in the fiercely competitive, rapidly growing, and recently deregulated Indian automobile industry. The time setting for the case study is 1999. The case analysis includes problem definition, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 9 pages, 31 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources, 2,445 words.

TAGS: Lucas-TVS case study solution, quality improvement, automotive parts manufacturing, India, global automobile industry, supply chain management, quality control, new product development.

  $63
 
19500. LEVERAGING SOLVAY GROUP CULTURE WITH A THIRD GENERATION INTRANET VLERICK LEUVEN VENT MANAGEMENT SCHOOL CASE STUDY SOLUTION New, Winter/Spring 2017. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a Vlerick Leuven Vent Management School of Business case study on the implementation of a third generation intranet at Belgium-based Solvay Group, a global organization called a “company of engineers”, known for its innovation, and operating in 50 countries in the three main sectors of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and plastics. The paper includes an analysis of Solvay Group’s I3G intranet project, considering its strengths and weaknesses, critical success factors, possible trouble spots, impact, and contributions to the Solvay Group organization overall. A concluding section provides an overall evaluative summary of the project and recommendations on how to proceed with the complete Solia roll-out. APA Style. 12 pages, 27 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources, 3,351 words.

TAGS: Solvay Group case study solution, intranets, IT strategy, innovation, third generation intranet, ERP, communications.

  $84
 
19370. HARLEY DAVIDSON, INC. (1998): THE 95TH ANNIVERSARY CASE STUDY SOLUTION. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a strategic management case study on Harley-Davidson, Inc. The time setting for the case study is early 1998, as the company prepared for its 95th anniversary. The case focuses on Harley’s strategic position in the late 1990s and the challenges it faces as it looks towards competing in both the American and the overseas market with its core motorcycle business. The paper includes a definition of the problem; problem analysis including competitive analysis, PESTEL analysis, Five Forces analysis, financial analysis, VRIO framework analysis, and SWOT analysis; identification and discussion of strategic alternatives; and recommendation with implementation plan. APA Style. 20 pages, 62 footnotes, 11 bibliographic sources, 5,520 words.
TAGS: Harley Davidson case study solution, organizational theory, strategic analysis, competition, five forces, SWOT, PESTEL, business strategy, corporate strategy.
  $133
 
19307. MEETING OF THE OVERHEAD REDUCTION TASK FORCE HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 9-478-013 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study concerning efforts to reduce overhead a medium-size manufacturer. The case focuses on events leading up to and the agenda of a meeting of the six-member overhead reduction task force. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis with discussion of team dynamics and team leadership, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 19 footnotes, 15 bibliographic sources, 3,515 words.

TAGS: Harvard business school case study solution, overhead reduction task force case study, organizational behavior, team dynamics, team conflict, team leadership, goal-setting

  $84
 
19293. NIMBLE STORAGE: SCALING TALENT STRATEGY AMIDST HYPER-GROWTH UC BERKELEY – HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY SOLUTION NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a UC Berkeley Haas School of Business entrepreneurial case study regarding Nimble Storage (“Nimble”), a California-based hybrid data storage system company founded in 2008. The paper includes problem definition, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations for action. APA Style. 7 pages, 22 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 1,833 words. TAGS: Nimble Storage Haas business case study solution, entrepreneurship, human resource management, growth management, growth strategy, corporate strategy, leadership, international expansion.   $49
 
19291. NEWELL COMPANY CORPORATE STRATEGY HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 9799139 SOLUTION NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution for a Harvard Business School strategic management case study on Newell company. The time setting for the case study is 1998, shortly after Newell’s $2.4 billion acquisition and its plan to create a new firm, NewellRubermaid. The case focuses on the strategic impact and implications of both the Rubbermaid acquisition and another key 1998 acquisition of cookware maker Calphalon. The case analysis includes problem/situation overview, analysis of Newell’s corporate strategy at the time of the 1998 acquisitions, Newell’s strategic positioning, and the strategic impact and implications of the Calphalon and Rubbermaid acquisitions. APA Style. 8 pages, 17 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources. 2,142 words. TAGS: Newell Corporate Strategy Harvard Business case solution, corporate strategy, acquisitions, growth strategy, strategic positioning.   $56
 
19289. LEGO HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 9613004 SOLUTION NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. This paper provides a case analysis and alternative case solution to a Harvard Business School case study on Billund, Denmark-based LEGO Group, the world’s number four toy manufacturer and long-time market leader in the construction and building toy market. The case focuses on LEGO’s growth strategy and its efforts to balance the need for innovation and market responsiveness with a desire to stay true to its core while simultaneously managing operational complexity. The paper includes situational overview and problem identification; SWOT analysis; discussion of generic, grand, and competitive strategies; identification and discussion of alternatives; and recommendations with detailed implementation plan including plan for evaluation. Includes Gantt Chart for Scheduled Implementation and proposed new Organizational Chart. Chicago Style. 17 pages, 22 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 4,340 words. TAGS: LEGO Harvard case study solution, strategic management, toy industry, construction toy market, competitive analysis, corporate strategy, business strategy, SWOT, implementation plan, organizational structure, gantt chart.   $119
 
19285. RICHARD BRANSON, TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADER OF VIRGIN GROUP NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. This paper provides an analysis and profile of billionaire Richard Branson, founder and charismatic leader of Virgin Group, a privately-held, London-based amalgam of 400 companies doing business in the telecommunications, travel and tourism, health and wellness, music and entertainment, and retail finance industries. The first part of the paper provides an overview of Virgin Group and Branson’s role in shaping the organization. The second part of the paper provides a leadership portrait of Richard Branson. The extent to which Branson fits the model of a transformational leader is analyzed. APA Style. 14 pages, 112 footnotes, 25 bibliographic sources. 3,788 words. TAGS: Richard Branson, Virgin Group, Virgin Atlantic Airlines, Virgin Galactic, Virgin Mobile, transformational leadership, leaders, entrepreneurship, charismatic leader.   $98
 
19283. PETS.COM INC.: RISE AND DECLINE OF A PET SUPPLY RETAILER IVEY BUSINESS CASE STUDY SOLUTION. NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. This paper provides a case analysis and alternative case solution to an Ivey School of Business strategic management case study on Pets.com, Inc., an online pet supply retailer launched in February 1999 by entrepreneur Greg McLemore, known for his previous start-up, Toys.com (Merlo, 2009). The time setting for the case study is 2001, as Pets.com, after an encouraging start-up, teeters on the brink of failure. The paper includes problem identification, problem analysis including competitive assessment and market analysis, evaluation, and recommendations. A Five Forces and S.W.O.T. analyses are also included. APA Style, 13 pages, 26 footnotes, 11 bibliographic sources. 3,715 words. TAGS: Pets.com case study solution, pet supply business, pets market, competitive analysis, strategy, market analysis.   $91
 
19281. BUILDING A BACKDOOR TO THE IPHONE: AN ETHICAL DILEMMA IVEY BUSINESS CASE STUDY W16245 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to an Ivey business ethics case study by Tulsi Jayakumar and Surya Tahora on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s February 2016 challenge to a US Federal Court order for Apple to assist the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with access to encrypted data on an Apple iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. The case focuses on the debate over national security versus customers’ digital privacy and security, as well as on the business ethics implied in such a rights versus rights debate. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 12 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 3,592 words.

TAGS: Backdoor to iPhone Ivey case solution, Apple, customer privacy, national security, public safety, business ethics, security versus privacy, smartphones, strategy, terrorism, San Bernardino.

  $77
 
19280. P&G CANADA: OLD COMPANY, NEW TRICKS HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 916019 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study by Brian J. Hall, Tiffany Y. Chang, and Theresa Morin Hall on P&G Canada. The case study focuses on the efforts of P&G Canada’s President Thom Lachman and the Country HR Manager Jane Lewis to carry out a radical space reduction in the Canadian offices in order to respond to pressures to reduce spending and increase productivity. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 7 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: P&G Canada Harvard case study solution, change management, human resource management, office space reduction, organizational change, organization structure, consumer markets

  $77
 
19279. PRICING THE EPIPEN: THIS IS GOING TO STING DARDEN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY UV7186 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Darden School of Business (University of Virginia) marketing case study by Thomas Steenburgh on generic drug maker Mylan Inc.’s decision to dramatically increase the price of its EpiPens drug. The case focuses on the controversy over the price increase and the ethics of pharmaceutical pricing. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Pricing the EpiPen case study solution, price discrimination, marketing ethics, reputation, pharmaceutical marketing, willingness to pay.

  $77
 
19278. SINGAPORE AIRLINES: PREMIUM GOES MULTI-BRAND HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 517017 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School marketing case study by Rohil Deshpande and Dawn Lau on branding and marketing at Singapore Airlines. The case focuses on Singapore Airlines’ decision to launch a low-cost airline, Scoot, the fourth brand in its portfolio. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief action plan. APA Style, 12 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Singapore Airlines Harvard case study solution, branding, multi-brand strategy, customer relations, premium brand, low-cost brand, brand loyalty.

  $84
 
19277. PINK TAX: GENDER AND OTHER PRICE DISCRIMINATION FACTORS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a University of Michigan marketing case study by Aradina Krishna on price discrimination for products sold to women. The case focuses on the deliberations of Diana Kelly, brand manager for a company that is launching a new toenail polish. Kelly considers the ethics and potential financial returns of separately packaging and pricing the product for male and female consumers. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Pink tax case study solution, demographic segmentation, market segmentation, price discrimination, gender discrimination, marketing ethics, pricing.

  $77
 
19276. BIG SPACESHIP: THE EVOLVING AGENCY HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416003 SOLUTION NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg and Matthew Preble on advertising and marketing agency, Big Spaceship. The case focuses on the evolution of the 15-year old company from a product-focused business to a relationship-oriented firm and the challenges the company faces in a rapidly changing and increasingly competitive environment. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief action plan. APA Style, 12 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Big Spaceship Harvard case study solution, advertising, internet marketing, organizational change, organizational culture, social media, advertising agency, marketing firm, organizational design.

  $84
 
19275. SCARED STRAIGHT: FREEPORT CITY COUNCIL TAKES ON JUVENILE DELINQUENCY HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL CASE STUDY KS1189 SOLUTION NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Kennedy School business and government relations case study by Julie Boatright Wilson on a city council member’s uncertainty over how to vote on an appropriations measure to increase funding for the scared Straight program. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 8 pages, 4 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Scared Straight Harvard case study solution, crime, program evaluation, juvenile delinquency, local government, children and youth.

  $56
 
19274. CYBER BREACH AT TARGET HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 117027 SOLUTION NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School general management case study by Suraj Srinivasan, Lynn S. Paine, and Neeraj Goyal on the November-December 2013 cyber breech at discount retailer Target Corporation. Following a discussion of the details of the breech, which compromised the personal and credit card information of 110 million Target customers, the case focuses on the role of Target’s management and board of directors in cyber security. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 9 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Cyber breach at Target Harvard case solution, accountability, crisis management, cyber attacks, cyber security, retail, customer privacy, board of directors.

  $84
 
19273. DIESELGATE HEAVY FUMES EXHAUSTING THE VOLKSWAGEN GROUP UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG CASE STUDY HK1089 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a University of Hong Kong business ethics case study by Marcus Schuetz and Claudia H.L. Woo on the automotive emissions scandal at Volkswagen. The protagonist in the case is Matthias Mueller, who stepped in as CEO at the end of September of 2015 after CEO Martin Winterkorn resigned in disgrace when news of the scandal broke. The case focuses on Mueller’s efforts to steer Volkswagen through the crisis. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 9 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Dieselgate case study solution, Volkswagen, emissions scandal, business ethics, crisis management, organizational culture, software, social responsibility.

  $84
 
19272. APPLE: PRIVACY VS. SAFETY? HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 316069 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School business ethics case study by Henry McGee, Nien-he Hsieh, and Sarah McAra on Apple’s enhanced security measures for its iPhone 6s and the ensuring debate over privacy versus security in the wake of the San Bernardino terrorism and the government’s request for Apple to unlock the terrorist’s phone. The case focuses on the privacy versus safety debate and the responsibilities of companies to keep their customers’ data private, and the duty and moral imperative to aid the government in the pursuit of public safety issues. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Apple privacy versus safety Harvard case study solution, consumer privacy, iPhones, mobile devices, social responsibilities, safety, terrorism, public safety, right to privacy, technology, government-business, San Bernardino terrorist attack

  $84
 
19271. CANNABUSINESS IN WASHINGTON D.C. UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5879 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a UC Berkeley Haas School of Business strategic management case study by Rui J.P. de Figueiredo, Jamaur Bronner, Mohsin Alvi, and Deena Malaeb on cannabusiness (marijuana-related business) in Washington D.C. The case study focuses on African American entrepreneur Corey Barnette, owner of cultivation center District Growers and dispensary Metropolitan Wellness Center, and his efforts to advance his business in a newly developing and highly regulated environment. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Cannabusiness in Washington DC case study solution, diversity, minority owned business, marijuana retailer, market analysis, Five Forces, policy, regulation.

  $84
 
19270. MALENTI STRINGS: INTRAPRENEURSHIP WITHIN FLG, INC. HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE 917513 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School entrepreneurship brief case study by David A. Garvin and Rachel Gordon on Malenti Strings, a newly independent guitar strings division of a larger corporation. The case focuses on division leader Jenica Fletcher’s efforts to build the Malenti Strings division from the ground up. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 4 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Malenti Strings Harvard case study solution, entrepreneurial ventures, intrapreneurship, leadership, leadership, organizational culture, women executives.

  $70
 
19269. MOD PIZZA: A WINNING RECIPE? HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE 416004 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study by Boris Groysberg, John D. Vaughan, and Matthew Preble on pizza chain MOD Pizza. The case focuses on the challenges of achieving the founders’ rapid growth objectives while ensuring survival of MOD’s strong culture. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: MOD Pizza Harvard case study solution, growth strategy, leadership, organizational culture, human resources management, service management, social responsibility, mission, employee hiring and training.

  $84
 
19267. SAP SE: AUTISM AT WORK HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 616042 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study by Gary P. Pisano and Robert Austin on software developer SAP’s “Autism at Work” program, which integrates people with autism into the company’s workforce. Arguing that “neurodiversity” makes positive contributions to the company’s overall innovativeness and productivity, SAP plans on making 1% of its workforce people with autism by 2010. The case focuses on SAP’s autism at work program and this paper analyzes and discusses the program at SAP and its potential relevance and implementation in other organizations. The case analysis and solution includes identification of the problem and major issues in the case, problem/issue analysis, discussion of possible alternative approaches, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: SAP Autism at Work case study solution, diversity, neurodiversity, human resource management, human resource management, talent management, innovation management, accommodation of disability.

  $70
 
19266. . HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE: THE DANDELION PROGRAM HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 617016 SOLUTION. . NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to an INSEAD organizational behavior case study by Noah Askin and Gianpiero Petriglieri on online shoe retailer Zappos’ CEO Tony Hsieh and his efforts to transform the company into a holacracy – a form of organizational self-management that replaces job titles and hierarchy with flexible employee “circles”. After providing background on Zappos’ founding, growth, success, and 2009 acquisition by Amazon, the case focuses on CEO Hsieh’s efforts to transition the company to a holacracy and his decision to move aggressively after March 2015, offering employees 3 months’ severance if they decided that self-management was not to their liking. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations.

TAGS: Tony Hsieh at Zappos case study solution, organizational culture, organizational change, organizational structure, holacracy, self-management, retail, online business, resistance to change, leadership.

  $84
 
19265. FLEXIBILITY AT GENENTECH: DEVELOPING VERSATILE DOMAIN EXPERTS AND DEPLOYING FLEXIBLE RESOURCES AT ONE U.S. MEDICAL AFFAIRS UNIT UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5877 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a UC Berkeley Haas School of Business organizational behavior case study by Homa Bahrami and Stuart Evans on infusing flexibility into one medical unit at global biotech firm Genentech. The case focuses on the efforts of Mauricio Silva de Lima, M.D., Ph.D., Vice President of U.S. Medical Affairs, to build flexibility into the medical unit. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Flexibility at Genentech case study solution, change management, leadership, organizational culture, product life style, strategic planning, teams, organizational flexibility, cross-functional management, product life cycle.

  $77
 
19264. TOM KALIL, DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 417021 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL-WINTER 2016-2017. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Linda A. Hill and Allison J. Wigen on the role of and challenges faced by Tom Kalil as the Deputy Director for Technology and Innovation at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (Obama Administration). The case focuses on talent management and development and public-private partnerships and initiatives in the area of technology and innovation. The case analysis includes problem/issue identification, issue analysis, discussion of alternative frameworks, and recommendations. APA Style, 9 pages, 5 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Tom Kalil Harvard case solution, innovation leadership, public-private partnerships, government-business relations, technology policy, talent management, innovation.

  $63
 
19263. HAMILTON WON MORE THAN TWITTER DARDEN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY UV7165. NEW, FALL 2016 This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Darden business school marketing case study by Meghan Murray about Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda’s personal impact on marketing the Broadway smash, Hamilton. The case considers the role of social media as well as the impact of Miranda’s personal appeal. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 6 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Hamilton won Twitter case study solution, social media promotion, Twitter, celebrity role, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton.

  $77
 
19262. THE MOSQUITO NETWORK: COLLABORATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE FIGHT TO ELIMINATE MALARIA DEATHS (B) HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL CASE STUDY KS1192. NEW, FALL 2016 This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Kennedy School entrepreneurship case study by Mark H. Moore, Gaylen Williams Moore, and Archon Fung on the work of Ray Chambers, a retired private equity entrepreneur, as the United Nations’ Special Envoy for Malaria. The case focuses on the efforts made by Chambers and his partners and collaborators to eradicate malaria in sub-Saharan Africa within the next decade. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Mosquito Network Harvard case study solution, leadership, non-profits, public health, global health problem, malaria, strategic triangle, organizational strategy, United Nations

  $70
 
19261. GOOGLE IN EUROPE: COMPETITION POLICY IN THE DIGITAL ERA HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 717004 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business School business and governmental relations case study by Laura Phillips Sawyer on Google’s position with respect to competition policy and business-government relations in the European Union. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Google in Europe case study solution, international business, competition policy, antitrust, business-government relations, tech industry, European Union

  $84
 
19260. ISLIDE, INC. BABSON COLLEGE BUSINESS CASE STUDY SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case study analysis and solution to a Babson College case study by Donna B. Stoddard and Lakshimi Balachandra on ISlide, a manufacturer/distributor of customizable athletic sandals or slides. The case focuses on Justice Kittredge, the young entrepreneur who founded ISlide, and the process of entrepreneurial venture development. The case analysis includes problem/issue definition, analysis, and recommendations. APA Style, 7 pages, 4 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: ISlide business case study solution, entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, athletic footwear, social responsibility

  $49
 
19259. VIRGIN AMERICA (A) UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5828 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business entrepreneurship case study by Adam Berman and Frank C. Schultz on airline Virgin America. This case (A) focuses on Virgin’s business model and marketing from the time of its August 2007 launch through 2012. The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Virgin America (A) case study, business models, entrepreneurship, leadership, management styles, market positioning, organizational behavior, risk management, startup, organizational culture

  $77
 
19258. GOOGLE AND NIANTIC LABS: THE PROFESSIONAL ENTREPRENEUR AND INNOVATION IN SILICON VALLEY (A) UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5868 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business entrepreneurship case study by Jerome S. Engel on the entrepreneurial career of John Hanke and his Niantic Labs entity. The case focuses on whether or not Hanke should spin off Niantic Labs, which develops augmented reality games for Android smart phones. The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Google and Niantic Labs case study, business models, gaming, Android phones, divestiture, emerging markets, entrepreneurship, innovation, Internet, mergers and acquisitions, start ups, entrepreneurs

  $77
 
19257. DISRUPTION IN DETROIT: FORD, SILICON VALLEY, AND BEYOND UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5867 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business general management case study on Ford Motor Company in Spring of 2016. The case study focuses on the challenges posed to Ford by disruptive technologies including electric vehicles and self-driving cars. The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 14 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources, 3,300 words.

TAGS: Ford Motor disruptive innovation case study, business models, leadership, organizational change, technological change, disruptive innovation

  $77
 
19256. LEVI STRAUSS AND CO.: DRIVING ADOPTION OF GREEN CHEMISTRY ELEPHANT UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5867 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business operations management case study by Robert Strand and Martin Mulvhill on iconic apparel maker Levi Strauss. The case focuses on Levi Strauss’s efforts to establish a cross-industry sustainability initiative to eliminate hazardous chemicals and environmentally damaging processes in the apparel supply chain. The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 9 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Levi Strauss & Company case study, green business, supply chain, hazardous chemicals, apparel industry, sustainability, social responsibility, manufacturing

  $84
 
19255. TELEFONICA: A LEAN ELEPHANT UC BERKELEY HAAS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CASE STUDY B5863 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business entrepreneurship case study by Henry W. Chesbrough, Susana Jurado Apruzzese, and Maria de Olano Mata on Spanish technology company Telefonica. The case focuses on the company’s use of Lean Startup techniques and the spread of these techniques outside of entrepreneurial circles into the corporate mainstream.The case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Telefonica Haas case study, Lean Startup, Open Innovation, startup, technology, innovation, entrepreneurship

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19254. WHO SHOULD TAKE THE FALL? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1507L) NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review strategy case study by Jana Seijs, Cary Horenfeldt, and Kanina Blanchard on the appropriate organizational response to the hacking of a mobile payment company. The Board at the company favors the strategy of having a high level employee publicly take the fall for the data breach. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS response to hacking Harvard case study, accountability, computer security, public relations, cyber attacks, crisis management, case study solution

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19253. SHOULD WE FIRE HIM FOR THAT POST? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1603K). NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review general management case study by Mary Anne Watson, Gabrielle R. Lopiano, Megan Erickson Moritz, and Alexandra Samuel on an employer’s deliberation over how to respond to a star employee’s negative Facebook post, denigrating the employer. The case focuses on efforts to speed up the process of cleaning, checking, restocking, and refueling airplanes using existing staff. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS employee Facebook post Harvard case study solution, social media, public relations, personnel policies, employee dismissal

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19252. CAN YOU CUT TURN TIMES WITHOUT ADDING STAFF? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1604K) NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review general management case study by Ethan S. Bernstein, Ryan W. Buell, Atilla Korkmazoglu, and Vikram Oberoi on RSA Ground, a subsidiary of Rising Sun Airlines responsible for servicing its planes. The case focuses on efforts to speed up the process of cleaning, checking, restocking, and refueling airplanes using existing staff. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 7 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources, 2120 words.

TAGS: Cut turn times Harvard case study solution, service management, motivating, airline servicing, productivity management

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19251. WHAT TO DO FOR STRUGGLING COLLEAGUE? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1605K) NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review general management case study by John A. Quelch, Carin-Isabel Knoop, Amy Gallo, Barbara Ricci, and Ben Huh on a workplace stress and employee behavior issue at a service business. The case focuses on a manager’s dilemma concerning the erratic behavior of a colleague, his partner in an important project and the head of technology at the company. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Struggling colleague Harvard case study solution, employee problems, human resource management, workplace stress, managing difficult interactions, mental illness

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19250. EXPAND THE MENU? HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY SOLUTION (R1606K) NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and solution to a Harvard Business Review strategy case study by Sandeep Purl, Kirti Khanzode, Alison Beard, Rajiv Meherish, and Anthony Ackil. The case focuses on the pros and cons of expanding the menu line at Yolk-ay, a United Arab Emirates chain specializing in traditional Indian egg dishes. This brief case study analysis includes problem identification, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 6 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Menu expansion Harvard case study solution, brand management, competitive advantage, family business, strategy, growth, restaurant business

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19249. CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OAKLAND: END-OF-LIFE DILEMMAS IVEY BUSINESS CASE STUDY W16150 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and case solution to an Ivey business organizational behavior case study by Arthur A. Daemmrich and Lauren Davis on an end-of-life controversy at the Children’s Hospital of Oakland, California. The case focuses on the controversy over a family’s refusal to accept the hospital’s finding that their teenage daughter was “brain dead” and therefore deceased following a relatively minor surgery. . The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Children’s Hospital of Oakland case study solution, community relations, public relations, end-of-life, crisis management, medical ethics, leadership, organizational behavior, brain death, ethics

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19248. BOEING: THE CASE FOR SUPPLIER DIVERSITY IVEY BUSINESS CASE STUDY W16300 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and case solution to an Ivey business organizational behavior case study by Karen L. Proudford and Laurin Hodge about aerospace giant Boeing Company. The case focuses on a top executive’s efforts to meet Boeing’s mandate to construct a supply chain architecture that was effective globally and locally. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Email gone wrong case study solution, business etiquette, business writing, communication, interpersonal communications, Netiquette, electronic communications, face-to-face communications, emotion, attitudes

TAGS: Boeing supplier diversity case study solution, supply chain management, supplier diversity, manufacturing, organizational change, aerospace

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19247. WHEN THE TONE OF AN EMAIL WENT WRONG IVEY BUSINESS CASE STUDY W16282 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and case solution to an Ivey business organizational behavior case study by Mukesh Kumar, Archana Parashar, and Sanjeev Prashar about a tense situation arising from an email mishap at the Premier School of Management in New Delhi, India. The case focuses on how communication, especially email communication devoid of face-to-face signals, can spiral out of control and lead to multiple problems in an organization. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Email gone wrong case study solution, business etiquette, business writing, communication, interpersonal communications, Netiquette, electronic communications, face-to-face communications, emotion, attitudes

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19246. AMAZON AS AN EMPLOYER IVEY BUSINESS CASE STUDY W16106 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a case study analysis and case solution to an Ivey business organizational behavior case study by Jyotsna Bhatnagar and Shweta Jaiswal on Internet retailer Amazon as an employer. The case focuses on the employment climate at Amazon and delves into the debate of whether Amazon’s ruthless employment environment spurs innovation and efficiency or represents a toxic work environment that will eventually destroy the company. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Amazon as employer case study solution, human resources management, leadership, organizational behavior, organizational culture, reputations, managing people, toxic work environment

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19245. DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS AND DEALING WITH CHALLENGING SITUATIONS AT WORK: THE CASE OF THE INEFFECTUAL FD HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416031 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research case analysis for a short form Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg and Ann Leamon related to an ineffectual FD at the organization. The paper provides a brief analysis and reflection on the problem and makes recommendations for action and practice. APA Style, 5 pages, 3 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Harvard case study solution, difficult conversations, challenging situations, interpersonal communications, interpersonal relations, managing difficult interactions, organizational behavior

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19244. DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS AND DEALING WITH CHALLENGING SITUATIONS AT WORK: THE QUESTIONABLE CONTRIBUTIONS HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416035 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research case analysis for a short form Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg and Ann Leamon related to an employee’s questionable contributions to the organization. The paper provides a brief analysis and reflection on the problem and makes recommendations for action and practice. APA Style, 5 pages, 3 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Harvard case study solution, difficult conversations, communications, performance appraisals, interpersonal communication, managing difficult interactions, organizational behavior

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19243. DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS AND DEALING WITH CHALLENGING SITUATIONS AT WORK: THE PARTNER WHO DIDN’T TAKE PART HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416033 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research case analysis for a short form Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg and Ann Leamon related to partnership difficulties and the underperformance and lack of participation by one of the partners. The paper provides a brief analysis and reflection on the problems noted in the case and makes recommendations for action and practice. APA Style, 5 pages, 3 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Harvard case study solution, difficult conversations, partnership, underperforming partner, nonparticipation, interpersonal communication, managing difficult interactions, organizational behavior

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19242. DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS AND DEALING WITH CHALLENGING SITUATIONS AT WORK: ADJUSTING AS A CEO HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416036 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research case analysis for a short form Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg and Ann Leamon related to the challenges of adjusting as a new CEO of an organization. The paper provides a brief analysis and reflection on the problems noted in the case and makes recommendations for action and practice. APA Style, 5 pages, 3 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Harvard case study solution, difficult conversations, new CEO, interpersonal communication, leadership, organizational behavior

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19241. DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS AND DEALING WITH CHALLENGING SITUATIONS AT WORK: THE FRIEND WHO ASKED FOR FEEDBACK HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416032 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research case analysis for a short form Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg and Ann Leamon related to challenging interpersonal communications in a work setting. The paper provides a brief analysis and reflection on the problems noted in the case and makes recommendations for action and practice. APA Style, 5 pages, 3 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Harvard case study solution, difficult conversations, interpersonal communication, feedback, conflict, organizational behavior

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19240. DIE MANNSCHAFT: HOW GERMANY WON THE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416025 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Boris Groysberg, Sascha L. Schmidt, Arjun Thomke, Kerry Herman, and Michael Norris on Germany’s success at winning its fourth World Cup Championship in 2014. The case focuses on the German national team’s organization, leadership, and organizational behavior. The analysis looks at how the team overcame challenges and reshaped the organization to foster success. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 4 footnotes, 2 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Germany2014 World Cup Harvard case study, organizational behavior, organizational change, teams, sports, soccer, football, success

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19239. THE TRANSFORMATION OF MUDO HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416015 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Anthony J. Mayo, Esel Cekin, and Cigdem Celik on Turkish retailer Mudo. The case focuses on Mudo’s CEO’s efforts to lead Mudo’s transition from a family business to a more institutionalized, corporate structure. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 4 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Mudo Harvard case study, organizational change, leadership, growth strategy, risk, strategy, family business, emerging markets, organizational culture, retail, entrepreneurial vision, competition, customer service, retail, values, organizational transformation, Turkey, culture and management

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19238. STARBUCKS COFFEE COMPANY: TRANSFORMATION AND RENEWAL HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 314068 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School entrepreneurship case study by Nancy F. Koehn, Kelly McNamara, Nora N. Khan, and Elizabeth Legris on the 2008-2014 turnaround at Starbucks led by CEO and co-founder Howard Schultz. This long (71 page) case probes deeply into Starbucks’ past and into Schultz’s role in shaping, defining, and subsequently reinvigorating the coffee behemoth in the midst of the Great Recession and in the face of intensifying competition. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Starbucks transformation renewal Harvard case study, Howard Schultz, turnaround management, organizational change, leadership, growth, risk, strategy, entrepreneurial vision, competition, customer service, retail, values, organizational transformation, 2008 recession

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19237. OPENING THE VALVE: FROM SOFTWARE TO HARDWARE (A) HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 415015 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Ethan S. Bernstein, Francesca Gino, and Bradley R. Staats on Valve, one of the world’s top video game software companies and a company famous for its near total absence of organizational hierarchy and management oversight. Set in 2013, the case focuses on Valve’s move into hardware and its internal debate about whether to change its freewheeling organizational model to better meet the demands of the hardware market and the challenges of growth. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Valve case study solution, structure following strategy, flat organizations, self-directed teams, strategy following structure, change management, innovation, management style, human resource management, organizational culture, teams, software development, hierarchy, innovation, family business, strategy

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19236. MARY CAROLINE TILLMAN AT EGON ZEHNDER: SPOTTING TALENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY HARVARD BUSNESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 416017 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Francesca Gino and Bradley R. Staats on Egon Zehnder, a leading global search and advisory firm. The case focuses on senior Egon manager Caroline Tillman’s candidate evaluation decisions and issues related to managing a professional services firm. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Tillman at Egon harvard case study solution, human capital, hiring and recruitment, leadership development, motivation, performance appraisal, talent management, organizational behavior, professional services

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19235. ALDI: THE DARK HORSE DISCOUNTER HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 714474 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School strategy case study by Eric van den Steen and David Lane on German-based Aldi, the world’s 8th largest retailer. The case focuses on Aldi’s plans for expansion to the U.S. and the likely challenges of competing with Walmart on Walmart’s home turf. The case analysis and case solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 7 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Aldi harvard case study solution, strategy, competitive strategy, value creation, competitive advantage, discount retailer

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19234. APPLE INC. IN 2015 HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 715456 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School strategy case study by David B. Yoffie and Eric Baldwin on Apple Inc. in 2015. After providing historical background on Apple, its successes under Steve Jobs, and its growth under the leadership of Tim Cook, the case considers strategic challenges Apple faces as of 2015, including declining tablet sales, negligible iPod sales, limited market share for Macintosh, and increasing competition in smartphones.The case analysis and case solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 12 pages, 7 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Apple Inc. in 2015 case study solution, strategy, strategic planning, competitive positioning, sustained competitive advantage, leadership, innovation, technology

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19233. VALUES BASED LEADERSHIP: A PLATFORM FOR THE CHALLENGE-OPPORTUNITY DRIVING TOUGH ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY KS1179 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Kennedy School of Management organizational behavior case study by Dana Born and Laura Winig about efforts to reorganize the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) to align with the Department of Defense’s (DOD) efficiency and budget mandates. The case focuses on the team led by AFMC Vice Commander, Lieutenant General Janet Wolfenberger. The case solution includes problem identification, case analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Values Based Leadership Harvard case study solution, team management, interpersonal communication, employee values, leadership, reorganization, military, judgment, values

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19232. CLEANSPRITZ HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 914537 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) marketing case study by John A. Quelch and Alisa Zalosh on all-purpose cleaning spray, CleanSpritz. The case focuses on efforts to battle declining sales and address consumer’s environmental concerns. CleanSpritz management has floated several options for addressing the problem including product additions, new packaging, and a re-launch of the existing product. The case analysis and case solution considers these options and makes recommendations on marketing strategy. The paper includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: CleanSpritz case study solution, marketing strategy, brands, green marketing, environmental sustainability, product management, product positioning, social responsibility

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19231. WEAVETECH: HIGH PERFORMANCE CHANGE HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 914553 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) human resource management case study by Michael Beer and Paul Swiercz on human resource management and strategic adjustment at WeaveTech (formerly Johnson-Ware), a clothing company that produces specialty clothing for the military. The case focuses on plans to cut management staff by 20% and the HR challenges related to the company’s strategic shift. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 6 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: WeaveTech case study solution, human resources management, strategy, workforce reduction, performance appraisal, ethics, high-performing employees, organizational change, performance-based pay

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19230. CRESCENT PURE HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 915539 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) marketing case study by John A. Quelch and Alisa Zalosh on Portland Drake Beverages’ (PDB) product positioning and advertising campaign for Crescent Pure, a specialty organic beverage. The case focuses on executives’ debate over three identified options for positioning. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, problem analysis, evaluation of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 5 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Crescent Pure case study solution, product positioning, market segmentation, market research, marketing strategy, advertising, perceptual maps

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19228. CAROLINE REGIS AT EXCEL SYSTEMS HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 915515 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) organizational behavior case study by Anthony Mayo and Michael Roberts on Caroline Regis, VP of Manufacturing at Excel Systems. The case focuses on changes in Regis’s role and threats to her career trajectory at Excel following a merger and the appointment of a new CEO. The case analysis and solution includes problem identification, case analysis, identification of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Caroline Regis Excel case study, career management, organizational conflict, high-potential employees, talent management, employee development, leadership, management skills, power and influence, technology, conflict

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19227. ETHIOPIA: AN EMERGING MARKET OPPORTUNITY? HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 915501 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) marketing case study by John A. Quelch and Sunru Yong on the Ethiopian marketing. The case focuses on three multinational businesses and their decision on whether or not to enter the Ethiopian market, and if so, how to best effect market entry. The case analysis includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations on action related to market entry for each of the three multinational businesses. APA Style, 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Ethiopia market entry case study solution, emerging markets, international business, market entry strategy, marketing, country risk assessment

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19226. CILKRAY GRAPHICS HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 916512 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) marketing case study by Frank V. Cespedes and Alisa Zalosh on Cilkray Graphics, a high technology firm that produced and market three lines of specialized graphics processing units (GPUs). The case focuses on a major competitive threat posed by a competitor posed to launch a new product that will significantly outperform even Cilkray’s best GPU. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. NOTE: This case solution does not include any financial analysis or projections. APA Style, 11 pages, 5 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Cilray Graphics case study solution, competition, new product marketing, technology products, marketing strategy, product management

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19225. ECO7: LAUNCHING A NEW MOTOR OIL HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 916507 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) marketing case study by John A. Quelch and Sunru Yong. The case concerns a troubled automotive division’s planned launch of Eco7, an environmentally friendly motor oil. The analysis considers issues related to channel conflict, maturing markets, and pricing. Please note that while pricing is discussed, this case analysis does NOT include any quantitative analysis or calculations. The case analysis and solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 11 pages, 12 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 3,100 words.

TAGS: ECO7 motor oil case study solution, channel conflict, new product launch, marketing mix, marketing segmentation, pricing, marketing strategy

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19224. DRW TECHNOLOGIES HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL BRIEF CASE STUDY 916535 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) general management case study by Stephen Greyser and William Ellet on Ed Claiborne, the new vice president of procurement for DRW Technologies. This short length case focuses on communication problems, organizational culture, and leadership at the organization. This abbreviated length case solution briefly defines the problem, analyzes the situation and possible alternatives, and makes recommendations. APA Style, 7 pages, 6 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources. 2,190 words.

TAGS: DRW Technologies case study solution, leadership, organizational behavior, change management, communication, organizational culture, organizational hierarchies, power and influence, Harvard case study solution

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19223. KATHERINE SCHULER AT BOXES & BINS, INC. HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE STUDY 916501 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) organizational behavior case study by Linda Hill and James Kindley on Katherine Schuler, recently appointed VP of marketing at a fast-growing retail organization, Boxes and Bins (B&B). The case focuses on Schuler’s career trajectory and options in the context of a company that is under pressure to grow and to change its culture. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Katherine Schuler case study solution, organizational behavior, change management, career management, networking, organizational culture, women executives.

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19222. SEASIDE ORGANICS HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE STUDY 916526 SOLUTION. NEW, FALL 2016This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School (HBS Brief Case collection) entrepreneurship case study by Howard Stevenson and Alisa Zlosh on Sara Norton (former soccer player and now serial entrepreneur) and her efforts to transform Seaside Organics from a start-up to a successful $89 million company. The case focuses on the differences between operating and promoting a start-up versus directing and sustaining a mature organization. Also considered are organizational behavior and management issues including the tensions between entrepreneurs and managers. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style, 10 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Seaside Organics, case solution, entrepreneurship, organizational life cycle, leadership, management conflict, founders.

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19221. HASSINA SHERJAN HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 112029 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School social enterprise case study by Robert G. Eccles, George Serafeim, and Phillippa Eccles on Afghani Hassina Sherjan and her efforts to educate, train and employ Afghan women through organizations such as Aid Afghanistan for Education and Bourni. The case focuses on the purpose and organization of non-profit companies auch as Bourni. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 10 pages, 3 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Hassina Sherjan case solution, entrepreneurship, leadership, non-profit organizations, social responsibility, women in business, women’s education third world muslim country, Afghanistan, Afghani women, Harvard business case solution.


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19220. LEARNING ABOUT REDUCING HOSPITAL MORTALITY AT KAISER PERMANENTE HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 612093 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School service management case study by Anita Tucker on Kaiser Permanente Northern California (KPNC) region’s efforts to reduce mortality in 21 hospitals. The case focuses on the processes and challenges of spreading change through a complex, highly interdependent organization. . The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 3 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

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About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19219. WORK FROM HOME: CURSE OR BOON? IVEY CASE STUDY SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to an Ivey School of Business general management case study by Ashok K. Mishra and Sangeet Shah Bharadwaj on an Indian company’s management and compensation of its home-based team of employees and the contrast in performance between the home-based and the office-based team. The case focuses on the controversy surrounding the legitimacy of the home-based team’s apparent superior performance. The case solution includes problem definition, analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 4 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

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About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19218. CORPORATE SOLUTIONS AT JONES LANG LASALLE 2001 (A) HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 113114 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Ranjay Gulati and Luciana Silvestri on strategic and organizational challenges faced by commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) at the turn of the millennium. The case focuses on executive Peter Barge’s efforts to structure a new team called Corporate Solutions. (Note that this case is the first in a case series that comprises cases B, C, and D, and collectively covers JLL from 1999 to 2012.) The case solution includes problem definition, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 5 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

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About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19217. THE CHONGQING MODEL AND THE FUTURE OF CHINA HARVARD BUSINESS CASE 713028 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School business and government case study by Meg Rithmire on the model of economic growth and development pioneered in the Chinese provincial municipality of Chongqing. The case study reviews the components of the Chongqing Model, considering its pros and cons. The analysis focuses on questions about the viability of the model for post-WTO China. The case solution includes problem definition, analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Chongqing Model case solution, economic growth, Chinese economy, state-owned enterprises, china, Harvard business case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19216. THE KINKAJOU BOTTLE CUTTER IVEY CASE STUDY W13484 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to an Ivey entrepreneurship case study by Ron Mulholland on Kinkajou, a crowd source-financed maker of a portable glass bottle cutter. The case focuses on the inventor/entrepreneur’s decisions related to distribution and an opportunity to join with a major international retailer. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 10 pages, 3 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Kinkajou Bottle Cutter Case Solution, product developing, crowd-sourced financing, distribution, retail partnerships, Ivey case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19215. TATCHA: MARKETING THE BEAUTY SECRETS OF JAPANESE GEISHA HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 313149. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School entrepreneurship case study by Geoffrey G. Jones and Veronica Tong on the creation and early growth of California-based TATCHA, a Japanese-themed luxury beauty brand. The case traces the development, launch and early success of the company, as well as moves towards product expansion and diversification. The case ends with the founder considering the merits of an acquisition offer. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief implementation plan. APA Style. 11 pages, 11 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 2,902 words.

TAGS: TATCHA case solution, entrepreneurship, marketing, branding, start-ups, cause marketing, acquisitions, Harvard case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19214. PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AT VITALITY HEALTH ENTERPRISES INC HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913501 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by John B. Bingham and Michael Beer on health and personal care products manufacturer Vitality Health. The case focuses on problems of increased turnover among the company’s top performing employees and related difficulties with the performance management system. New Senior Vice President of HR, James Hoffman must work quickly to address the problem. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Performance Management at Vitality Health case solution, employee turnover, talent management, performance management, performance appraisal, employee motivation, Harvard Business case solution


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19213. CLIQUE PENS: THE WRITING IMPLEMENTS DIVISION OF US HOME HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 914525 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School marketing case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Frank V. Cespedes and James Kindley on Clique Pens, a writing implements division of manufacturer US Home. The case focuses on the division president Elise Ferguson’s efforts to address a drop in gross margins as a result of various discounts and off-invoice deals and Ferguson’s consideration of the use of Market Development Funds to promote retail merchandising activity. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 4 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Clique Pens case solution, consumer marketing, marketing channels, distribution, sales management, market development funds, sales compensation structure, Harvard Business case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19212. FIRE IN A BANGLADESH GARMENT FACTORY THUNDERBIRD SCHOOL OF GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CASE SOLUTION (TB0335) This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Thunderbird School of Global Management general management case study by Andrew Inkpen on the November 2012 fire in a Bangladesh garment factory that killed 112 people and injured several hundred. The case focuses on worker safety and issues of accountability, including the question of the extent which the developed world clients (Wal-Mart, Carrefour, CYA, Kmart and Li & Fung) of the Bangladeshi garment exporter (The Tuba Group) bear responsibility for the conditions which led to the fire and resulting deaths. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 16 footnotes, 10 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Bangladesh garment factory fire case solution, operations management, worker safety, global supply chain, low-cost manufacturing, fast fashion, international monitoring, hazardous conditions, regulation, clothing


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19211. WENDY PETERSON HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913550 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Linda A. Hill and Alisa Zalosh on Wendy Peterson, a recently promoted VP of Sales at AccountBack, an accounting software and services firm. The case focuses on Peterson’s management of her sales team, and problems with the performance of recent hire Fred (Xing) Wu. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 5 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources. 3,010 words.

TAGS: Wendy Peterson case solution, cross cultural relations, conflict management, employee development, leadership, performance management, Harvard Business case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19210. STEPSMART FITNESS HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 914509 SOLUTION. New, Spring 2017 This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School marketing case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Robert J. Dolan, Benson P. Shapiro, and Alisa Zalosh on exercise equipment manufacturer and marketer, StepSmart Fitness. The case focuses on the efforts of recently promoted first-time manager Benjamin Cooper to diagnose the problems and make recommendations that will ensure a turnaround in the underperforming New England district. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 12 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 3,553 words.

TAGS: StepSmart Fitness case solution, marketing, sales management, new managers, turnaround strategy, Harvard Business case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19209. MCKINSEY & COMPANY HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 413109 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study by Jay W. Lorsch and Kathleen Durante on premier management consulting firm McKinsey & Company. The case focuses on McKinsey’s path forward from 2013, taking the perspective of senior management and deliberating potential strategies. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources, 3102 words.

TAGS: McKinsey & Company case solution, management consulting, organizational culture, strategy, globalization, strategic planning, corporate governance, Harvard Business case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19208. IN A BIND: PEAK SEALING TECHNOLOGIES’ PRODUCT LINE EXTENSION DILEMMA HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 914533 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School marketing case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Robert J. Dolan and Heather Beckham on Peak Sealing Technology (PST), a premium carton sealing tape manufacturer that stresses technological innovation as a core value. The case focuses on competitive challenges and the product manager’s dilemma concerning whether to stick with its core values or “trade-down” the product line and add a lower-quality, less expensive product in order to match the competition. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 19 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 3990 words.

TAGS: Peak Sealing Technologies case solution, competitive strategy, disruptive innovation, product lines, product introduction, target markets, product line extension, marketing plan, Harvard Business case study solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19207. RON VENTURA AT MITCHELL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913572 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior and human resource management case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Frank V. Cepedes and Heide Abelli on a regional academic medical center’s star vascular surgeon, Ron Ventura. The case focuses on performance management issues arising from Ventura’s abrasive personality, seeming inability to function as a team player, and superstar status that helps attract patients and build revenues. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with brief implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 6 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Ron Ventura case solution, performance management, personality conflict, top performers, managing professionals, 360-feedback, performance appraisal, talent management, organizational culture, physicians, medical center, Harvard case study solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19206. BARCLAYS AND THE LIBOR SCANDAL HARVARD BUSINESS CASE 313075 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School business ethics case study by Clayton Rose and Aldo Sesia on Barclays Plc’s admitted manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) in order to profit and/or limit losses from derivative trades. The case focuses on the ethics of Barclays’ manipulation, considering the scope of the bank’s wrongdoing, CEO Robert Diamond’s responses to the revelation, and the importance of LIBOR in the global financial market. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 6 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Barclays and the LIBOR Scandal case solution, business ethics, corruption, international finance, leadership, banking scandals, derivatives, Harvard case study solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19205. ROBIN ASH AND PRINTZHOF PRESS HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913554 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Frank V. Cespedes and Lynda St. Clair on leadership and organizational change at educational and entertainment publisher Printzhof Press. The case focuses on newly promoted COO Robin Ash’s efforts to create an action plan that will transform the company into a competitive 21st century educational publisher while preserving its close-knit collaborative culture. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives and recommendations with brief implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 9 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 3,950 words.

TAGS: Robin Ash Printzhof Press case solution, organizational change, change management, organizational culture, conflict, communication, leading change, employee morale, product adaptation, competitive strategy, Harvard business case solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19204. SOUTHFIELD PACKAGING HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913562 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Michael Beer and Alisa Zalosh on Southfield Packaging, a company providing packaging materials and service to medical device manufacturers. The case focuses on the relationship between corporate vice president Mark Sanders and regional manager Frank Belby and issues surrounding performance appraisal. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 6 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Southfield Packaging case solution, performance management, employee motivation, interpersonal skills, management, developmental appraisal, teams, sales management, Harvard case study solution


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19203. JESS WESTERLY AT KAUFLAUF GMBH HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913527 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by John J. Gabarro and Colleen Kaftan on Jess Westerley, an assistant product owner of CRM applications for computer and office supply wholesalers and retailers at the Heidleberg-based enterprise software company Kauflauf. The case focuses on Westerly’s difficulties in attempting to “lead change from the middle” as she tries to implement an initiative related to field consultants’ sales call patterns. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style.12 pages, 15 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 3,789 words.

TAGS: Jess Westerly case solution, organizational culture, organizational change, leading change, product management, sales organization, middle management, action planning.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19202. ARISE: A DESTINATION-FOR-A-DAY SPA HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 913521 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School human resource management case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Michael Beer and Lynda St. Clair on Dallas-based health and beauty spa ARISE. The case focuses on the day spa’s difficulties (high employee turnover, scheduling problems, departing employees poaching customers) in implementing a competitive strategy which positions employees to act as “personal wellness coaches” for customers. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, recommendations, and brief implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 6 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: ARISE spa case solution, employee motivation, talent management, strategic human resource management, competitive strategy, team management, customer relations management.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19201. MARTIN BLAIR HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE STUDY 914521 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School entrepreneurship case study (from HBS’ Brief Cases collection) by Howard Stevenson and Michael j. Roberts on first-time entrepreneur Martin Blair who is simultaneously pursuing several opportunities in the food service industry. The case focuses on entrepreneurial business models, franchising, and growth strategies. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 12 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Martin Blair case solution, entrepreneurship, franchising, growth strategies, expansion financing, business models, Harvard case study solution.


About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19168. FIGHTING A GOVERNMENT THREAT HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW CASE STUDY 1303M SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business Review negotiations case study by Francesca Gino, Andrzej Kiesyk and Michael Hartman on a cosmetics company’s negotiations with a government entity concerning the cost for access to volcanic ash. The case focuses on the government’s proposed large tax increase and dissent within the company about how to approach the negotiations. The case solution includes problem definition, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 7 pages, 4 footnotes, 3 bibliographic sources.

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19166. SUGAR BOWL HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 913537 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School general management Brief Case study by Richard G. Hamermesh and Alisa Zalosh on Sugar Bowl, the Raleigh, North Carolina bowling alley formerly known as Westlake Lanes. The case is a follow-up to an early Harvard Brief Case, Westlake Lanes (4431) and follows new owner Shelby Givens as she pursues her turnaround strategy for the family bowling alley, considering Givens’ decisions in finance, operations, and marketing. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 9 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources, 3,560 words.

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19165. BRASIL FOODS HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE STUDY 512013 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School strategic management case study by David E. Bell and Natalie Kindred on leading Brazil branded foods producer and exporter Brasil Foods. (NOTE: This case analysis is based on the April 2013 revision of this Harvard Business School case study on Brasil Foods.) The case focuses on Brasil Foods’ strategy for domestic and international expansion which aim at meeting the ambitious goal of doubling revenues by 2015. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, assessment and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations with outline of implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 19 footnotes, 9 bibliographic sources. 3,990 words

TAGS: Brasil Foods case solution, Brazil, international expansion, growth strategy, global business, competitive advantage, monopolies

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19164. ANDREW RYAN AT VC BRAKES HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 913552 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School organizational behavior Brief Case study by Frank V. Cespedes and Sunru Yong on senior manager Andrew Ryan at brake component manufacturer VC Brakes. The case focuses on efforts by a new owner to change VC Brakes’ autocratic management style with a Total Quality Management (TQM) program and Ryan’s appointed role as a TQM site instructor. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 8 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 3,520 words.

TAGS: Andrew Ryan VC Brakes case solution, change management, organizational behavior, crisis management, TQM, quality management, organizational culture, human resource management.

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19163. CLEVELAND CLINIC: IMPROVING THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 612031 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School operations management case study by Ananth Raman and Anita Tucker on process improvement and customer satisfaction at healthcare innovator Cleveland Clinic. The case focuses on management’s efforts to institutionalize empathy as part of its delivery of care. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 11 pages, 7 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

TAGS: Cleveland Clinic patient experience case solution, operations management, disruptive innovation, process improvement, safety, healthcare, patient satisfaction, empathy in healthcare delivery.

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19162. AMAZON, APPLE, FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 513060 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School marketing case study by John Deighton and Leora Kornfeld on four tech giants: Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google and their battle for dominance in online (and mobile) advertising and commerce. The time setting for the case study is 2013 and the focus is on the changing online marketplace and the overlapping domains in which the four firms operate. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, discussion of alternative scenarios, and conclusions and recommendations for each of the four companies. APA Style. 12 pages, 20 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources, 4400 words.

TAGS: Amazon Apple Facebook Google Harvard case solution, online advertising, ecommerce, Internet future, contested marketing boundaries, disruptive innovation, marketing strategy.

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19161. TWITTER HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY 9710455 SOLUTION. This paper provides a brief Berkeley Research case analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business School strategic management case study by Pikorski, Chen and Heil on micro-blogging site Twitter. (NOTE: This case analysis reflects the February 2013 revision of this Harvard Business School Twitter case study.) The case focuses on adjustments to Twitter’s monetization strategy, following the company’s 2011 decision to place advertising at the core of its monetization strategy. The time setting for the case is late 2011-early 2012. The case analysis includes problem identification, brief problem analysis, assessment of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 7 pages, 7 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources. 1,905 words.

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About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.
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19160. MORPHOSYS AG: THE EVOLUTION OF A BIOTECHNOLOGY BUSINESS MODEL HARVARD BUSINESS CASE 611046 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business operations management case study on the Munich-based MorphoSys, a profitable biotech firm. The time setting for the case is 2010. The case focuses on the company's decision to shift its business model from licensing access to its proprietary library of antibodies to a vertically integrated business model based on the development of its own proprietary products. The case analysis includes situation analysis, problem identification, problem analysis with SWOT, assessment of alternatives, and recommendations. 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources. 3,302 words.
About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA - degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.

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19159. SALUD DIGNA: SUCCESSFULLY COMPETING WITH FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS HARVARD BUSINESS CASE 311051 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business social enterprise MBA and executive education case study by Allen Grossman and Regina Garcia-Cuellar on the Mexican non-profit Salud Digna. The case focuses on the difficulties of scaling an effective non-profit organization and CEO Moreno’s consideration of transforming the company, which provides diagnostic medical tests to the poor, into a for-profit organization. The analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis with SWOT, identification and assessment of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 9 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 3,430 words.
About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.

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19157. CALVETA DINING SERVICES, INC: A RECIPE FOR GROWTH? HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 4261 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business general management brief case by James Heskett and Patricia Girardi on senior living facilities (SLF) food service provider Calveta Dining Services. The case focuses on questions related to expansion, quality and employee relations in this family-owned and operated business. The analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and assessment of alternatives, recommendations, and an outline of an implementation plan. APA Style. 12 pages, 8 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 3,995 words.
About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.

TAGS: Harvard business case solution, food service management, service quality, employee empowerment, family business, SHRM, growth strategy, acquisition strategy, service management

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19155. JAMIE TURNER AT MLI, INC. HARVARD BUSINESS BRIEF CASE 4254 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business organizational behavior case study by John J. Gabarro and Colleen Kaftan on interpersonal, organizational and managerial difficulties at Modern Lighting Industries (MLI), a struggling regional distributor of industrial lighting systems and equipment in Chicago. The case focuses on conflicts between MBA graduate and newly recruited Vice President of Marketing Jamie Turner and MLI’s President, Pat Cardullo. The analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, identification and assessment of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 11 footnotes, 5 bibliographic sources. 3,340 words.

About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.

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19154. B LAB: BUILDING A NEW SECTOR OF THE ECONOMY HARVARD BUSINESS CASE 4110147 SOLUTION. This paper provides a Berkeley Research analysis and case solution to a Harvard Business social enterprise case study by Christopher Marquis, Andrew Klaber and Bobbi Thomason on B Labs, a social enterprise with a mission to create a new sector of the economy comprised of a community of Certified B Corporations (B=Benefit). The case focuses on the challenges of balancing social benefits and business value. The case analysis includes problem identification, problem analysis, assessment of alternatives, and recommendations. APA Style. 12 pages, 5 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources.

About Berkeley Research Case Solutions: Berkeley Research has offered authoritative case solutions to Harvard Business School case studies since 1984. We also feature solutions to case studies from other leading graduate business schools including Stanford, Darden, Wharton and Ivey. Our case solutions feature in-depth analysis drawing on appropriate analytical tools including S.W.O.T., P.E.S.T. and Five Forces analyses, and include secondary references from scholarly journals and leading business periodicals. We do not offer student-written essays; all of our case solutions are professionally written by MBA and DBA –degreed writers with proven aptitude and long experience in writing insightful case solutions. Unlike other case solutions made available on the Internet without competent evaluation of their merits, Berkeley Research case solutions are peer reviewed by a panel of case analysts prior to being offered on our website. The strongest and most gratifying endorsement of the quality of our case solutions comes from our customers: over two-thirds of our case study sales are made to repeat customers, graduate students and executives enrolled in some of the most distinguished and selective graduate business programs, and who necessarily set a high bar for analytical rigor and expository clarity. The Berkeley Research case study solution is a premium product intended for a discerning audience.

TAGS: Harvard business case solution, social enterprise, nonprofit organizations, social responsibility, mission conflict, nonprofit organization management

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