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EBS in China Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for EBS in China by Lin Lu, Paul W. Beamish, Jiao Bo, Jiajia Lu.

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Case Name :      EBS in China
Authors :           Lin Lu, Paul W. Beamish, Jiao Bo, Jiajia Lu
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16M215 / W16844
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    09 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Environmental & Best Safety (EBS) China was the subsidiary of an American mid-sized firm in the safety products and services industry. Between 2000 and 2015, it had employed at different points a variety of strategic approaches to the Chinese market, including local market exploration and learning, autonomous local research and development (R&D), the transfer of local knowledge to centralized R&D, and the return of localization. The global business of EBS had experienced a continuous downturn over the last five quarters. The situation in China was even worse, with sales significantly under the initial target for the Chinese market, which had been the fastest-growing market for EBS over the last 10 years. In 2015, the global EBS president and the head of EBS China needed to make a decision about the next stage in the business strategy of EBS China. The meeting would be critical for EBS China to re-position itself within EBS worldwide.
 
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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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Case Solution for Hung Fook Tong: From Hong Kong to China

Case Solution & Analysis for Hung Fook Tong: From Hong Kong to China by Andrew C.F. Chan, Howard Lam, Hugh Thomas, Elsie Tsui.

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Case Name :      Hung Fook Tong: From Hong Kong to China
Authors :           Andrew C.F. Chan, Howard Lam, Hugh Thomas, Elsie Tsui
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B16A016 / W16325
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    15 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In 2014, the general manager of the established and successful Hong Kong-based company Hung Fook Tong, which produced and sold herbal teas, wondered how his company could profitably expand to mainland China. After Hung Fook Tong’s recent initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, its shareholders’ equity had tripled. The initial public offering committed Hung Fook Tong to expanding its business in mainland China; however, that market posed many challenges, in part because it represented a far larger market. The general manager knew it was critical to determine a suitable and successful expansion strategy.
 
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Case Solution for FedEx Corp. Versus United Parcel Service of America, Inc.: Who Will Deliver Returns from China?

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Case Name :      FedEx Corp. Versus United Parcel Service of America, Inc.: Who Will Deliver Returns from China?
Authors :           Marc Lipson, Robert F. Bruner, Sean Carr
Source :             Darden School of Business
Case ID :           UV2561
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    14 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In early 2006, the anticipated expansion of package delivery services in China provided a great opportunity for the two package delivery giants FedEx and UPS. It was unclear which of these firms would make the most of this opportunity. FedEx had an early foothold, but UPS had a longer tradition of success. Adding to this debate is the observation that the FedEx stock price had been rising steadily and on that basis, FedEx had outperformed UPS.
 
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Case Solution for Cisco Switches in China: The Year of the Manager

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Case Name :      Cisco Switches in China: The Year of the Manager
Authors :           Lynn Isabella, Gerry Yemen
Source :             Darden School of Business
Case ID :           UV4292
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    27 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Jan Gronski, managing director of the Cisco China Research and Development Center (CRDC), and Ivo Raznjevic, engineering director, set out to establish a new R&D facility in Shanghai, China. This case focuses on the building of a culture through human-resource practices while describing such steps as securing an appropriate building, assembling a workforce, seeking appropriate projects, developing managers, building teams, evaluating performance, protecting intellectual property, and managing growth. The case presents specific challenges that arise regarding talent management: How does a manager overcome dramatic cultural differences within a diverse workgroup? Should a local female employee be promoted from a test engineer to a development manager? How should Raznjevic help his newest manager through his first encounter with Cisco’s ranking system? What action, if any, should Raznjevic take regarding a senior engineer who sent out a controversial e-mail? This material highlights organizational culture and offers an opportunity for students to learn to recognize and manage difference. The case could be taught near the end of a term to serve as a review of organizational behavior at a graduate level or in an executive education program focusing on issues of team-building, growing managers from within, and related talent-management issues in a global context.
 
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Case Solution for Westmoreland Energy, Inc.: Power Project At Zhangze, China

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Case Name :      Westmoreland Energy, Inc.: Power Project At Zhangze, China
Authors :           Robert F. Bruner, Reed Menefee, Andrew Meiman
Source :             Darden School of Business
Case ID :           UV2411
Discipline :        Finance
Case Length :    26 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Set in 1994, this case concerns a subsidiary of Westmoreland Coal that is considering whether to proceed alone as the international partner and developer of a coal-fired electric power plant in Zhangze, China. The domestic partner, the government’s electric power agency, has proposed a build-operate-transfer (BOT) project financing in which Westmoreland Energy (WEI) would receive returns over 20 years and then exit. The internal rate of return on the project appears to exceed the CEO’s target rate, though the project developer, Dorothy Hampton, is concerned about a variety of risks and the appropriateness of the target hurdle rate. The tasks for the student are to evaluate the risks, estimate a target rate of return, exercise the valuation model (which is given in the case), and recommend any changes in the deal structure that can help WEI achieve its goals. The objectives of the case are to (1) exercise students’ capabilities in analyzing a complex investment-financing transaction from the standpoints of various project participants (the key tasks are risk analysis and valuation), (2) illustrate the financial effects of debt leverage and equity leverage (the focus of attention is on the creation of value and its sources, risk shifting, and wealth transfers), and (3) assess the characteristics and challenges of project financings and development projects in emerging economies.
 
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Case Solution for Cisco and Cloud-based Education in China

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Case Name :      Cisco and Cloud-based Education in China
Authors :           Hugh Thomas, Robert P. Lee
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W14746
Discipline :        General Management
Case Length :    13 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Cisco Systems, Inc., the dominant global supplier of the routers and switches that formed the backbone of the Internet, was considering entry into the cloud-based education market in China through the design and marketing of an in-classroom device, the Sunbird. The new vice-president and chief technology officer of Enterprise Networking Group, Cisco Greater China, had met with a Politburo member of the Communist Party of China and State Councilor with responsibilities including China’s science, technology and education policies. The vice-president had introduced Cisco’s global operations and the two women had discussed partnering, technology transfer, cross branding, joint product and service development, cooperation with Chinese companies, and the IT revolution and its effect on Chinese education. How could Cisco profitably join in the Chinese education IT revolution? Cisco had never entered the educational IT equipment space in any part of the world with its own dedicated product. Should it develop the Sunbird for the Chinese market?
 
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