General Management

Forbes Technosys Limited (A): Bill Payment Kiosk Business Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Forbes Technosys Limited (A): Bill Payment Kiosk Business by Davinder Singh, Anuj Sahu.

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Case Name :      Forbes Technosys Limited (A): Bill Payment Kiosk Business
Authors :           Davinder Singh, Anuj Sahu
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M221 / W16853
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    09 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In May 2010, Forbes Technosys Limited (FTL) was not doing well. After more than a year, the company’s bill payment kiosk business was losing money and no longer seemed viable. The time had come to re-evaluate all aspects of this business line and make decisions regarding FTL’s future course of action. Accordingly, FTL’s chief executive officer proposed an idea regarding prepaid mobile recharges using the existing bill payment kiosks, along with a new technology platform for this purpose. He hoped that handheld terminals could be used by retail-level franchisees to sell recharges to prepaid mobile users. Essentially, FTL had three options: should the company persist with or pivot the service provider business model, or “perish” the complete solution provider idea entirely and revert to being a product manufacturer? Whichever strategy FTL chose, it would have to limit and balance both operating and capital expenses.
 
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Seaworld: Are Animal Shows Sustainable after Blackfish? Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Seaworld: Are Animal Shows Sustainable after Blackfish? by Joel Gehman, Kelly Lester, Patrick Ng, Jen McEwen, Qiang Wei Song.

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Case Name :      Seaworld: Are Animal Shows Sustainable after Blackfish?
Authors :           Joel Gehman, Kelly Lester, Patrick Ng, Jen McEwen, Qiang Wei Song
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M227 / W16868
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    15 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
On July 19, 2013, the documentary Blackfish was released. The movie claimed to have uncovered a series of animal abuses at SeaWorld and alluded to the negative impact of captivity on orcas, known as killer whales, which had resulted in the harm and even death of whale trainers. Whether real or alleged, such negative publicity threatened to affect the company’s image, stock prices, profits, and many of the company’s corporate relations. SeaWorld now faced several options in terms of responding to the movie release: ignore it, respond to it, or use it as an opportunity to completely rebrand. Which option would be the best for the company in the long run?
 
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Adnike Pharmaceuticals: A Foreign CEO in China Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Adnike Pharmaceuticals: A Foreign CEO in China by Parul Purwar, Andrew Karl Delios.

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Case Name :      Adnike Pharmaceuticals: A Foreign CEO in China
Authors :           Parul Purwar, Andrew Karl Delios
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M225 / W16865
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    11 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In 2012, the incoming general manager for AdNike Pharmaceutical’s operations in China faced a major challenge. AdNike was a leading global pharmaceutical company that had been in China for over 40 years. However, its performance in the country had been worse than expected. In the most recent half-decade of its operations in China, AdNike faced a changing regulatory environment that was becoming more challenging to navigate. Also, local competitors were making significant inroads into AdNike’s business. The new leader was charged with reinvigorating the company so it could achieve the growth and performance that was originally intended. Despite being new to China and not speaking any Mandarin, he had to determine a new strategic direction for AdNike while balancing the needs of external and internal stakeholders.
 
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Meeting Ontario’s Goals in the Restructuring of General Motors of Canada Limited Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Meeting Ontario’s Goals in the Restructuring of General Motors of Canada Limited by Paul Boothe, Connor Lyons, David Zhang.

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Case Name :      Meeting Ontario’s Goals in the Restructuring of General Motors of Canada Limited
Authors :           Paul Boothe, Connor Lyons, David Zhang
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M223 / W16869
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    05 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
On December 20, 2008, Ontario’s premier, Dalton McGuinty, and Canada’s prime minister, Stephen Harper, announced their decision to provide $3 billion in interim loans to General Motors of Canada Limited. Due to the 2008 economic downturn and declining auto sales, the company had drawn from its cash reserves in an effort to maintain operations and, as a result, was facing insolvency. The automaker accounted for approximately 19,000 direct jobs in Ontario, and its collapse would mean a great economic loss for Canada. The provincial and federal governments needed to work together to support the company and, in doing so, also support Canada’s economy during this financial downturn. Ontario’s assistant deputy minister of Finance needed to determine the best way to proceed with the proposed financial plan, while also working with multiple governments and appeasing public opinion.
 
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Cyklop: Service Domain Employees and Turnover Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Cyklop: Service Domain Employees and Turnover by Geeta Mishra, Sandeep Puri.

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Case Name :      Cyklop: Service Domain Employees and Turnover
Authors :           Geeta Mishra, Sandeep Puri
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M224 / W16884
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    09 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In the spring of 2016, Cyklop Packaging Systems India Private Limited (Cyklop) was facing the critical situation of high employee turnover. One out of every two employees was leaving the company each month. Although most employees were leaving voluntarily, some were being asked to leave because of below-par performance. The problem was not grave for major competitors as they were able to retain most of their employees. Cyklop’s managing director, was concerned about the impact the turnover would have on relationships with key clients. He was also worried about increasing managerial and other costs. He asked the head of human resources to analyze the problem and provide an action plan for containing turnover in the service domain.
 
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Cervus Equipment Corporation: Diversified Growth in Trucking Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Cervus Equipment Corporation: Diversified Growth in Trucking by Daniel Doiron, Davis Schryer.

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Case Name :      Cervus Equipment Corporation: Diversified Growth in Trucking
Authors :           Daniel Doiron, Davis Schryer
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M230 / W16885
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    14 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Cervus Equipment Corporation, the major Canadian dealer group for John Deere and Peterbilt Motors Company equipment, had grown from CA$56 million in 2004 to close to $1 billion in 2014. It had achieved these results through an aggressive acquisition and growth-oriented strategy, by purchasing heavy-equipment dealerships representing John Deere, Bobcat, and other high-end original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The company’s move into the long-haul trucking industry, beginning with the acquisition of 16 Peterbilt truck dealerships in 2013, was timely, as the agricultural and construction sectors entered what many believed would be a prolonged downturn in its base in western Canada. However, these acquisitions and this move into the trucking industry presented significant challenges related to integration, leadership and management skills at the dealer level, OEM partner control, and the presence of established competitors that served the major vocational and fleet markets. The bottom line: Cervus Equipment required its transport division to drive profitable growth in 2016 and beyond.
 
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RSM Broadcasting: The First Steps of a New Leader Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for RSM Broadcasting: The First Steps of a New Leader by Cara C. Maurer.

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Case Name :      RSM Broadcasting: The First Steps of a New Leader
Authors :           Cara C. Maurer
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M198 / W16769
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    11 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In 2016, a recent business graduate entered the workforce as the manager of a radio station in a small town. His new employer, RSM Broadcasting, led the way in serving small Canadian communities and took steps to provide radio content in the most relevant way possible, but it might be time to quicken the pace. He faced a number of obstacles because the industry had been changing and internal politics made it challenging to enact any of his own ideas for strategic renewal. He had three options: support a current initiative, bolster his own idea for change, or focus on his own development. His newness to the organization, his youth, and his position as a middle manager could get in the way of promoting change in the short-term.
 
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