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Case Solution for Trouble in Paradise: Stakeholder Conflict in the Paseo Caribe Project

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Case Name :      Trouble in Paradise: Stakeholder Conflict in the Paseo Caribe Project
Authors :           Gwendolyn Toro, Julia Sagebien, Victor Quinones
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            910M18
Discipline :        Entrepreneurship
Case Length :    16 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The case centres on the many controversies surrounding the Paseo Caribe real estate development project in San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. The project developers had to contend with large demonstrations, civil disobedience, government intervention, legal proceedings and costly delays as a result of allegations that there had been multiple irregularities in the permit-granting processes and that the project had been built on public domain lands. The fact that Paseo Caribe was located in San Juan’s prime tourist and convention area, as well as in a historically and culturally important zone, added significance and visibility to the debates. José Antonio Moreno, president of the Puerto Rico Architects and Landscape Architects Association, is reflecting on the lessons learned by industry participants, as well as on ways the association can encourage industry actors to handle conflict in a less confrontational manner. The case illustrates the downside of not managing stakeholder relations proactively or effectively.
 
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Case Solution for Conflict Over Leadership and Succession in a Successful Family Business: The Lakkard Leather Company

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Case Name :      Conflict Over Leadership and Succession in a Successful Family Business: The Lakkard Leather Company
Authors :           Simon Parker, Matthias Tietz
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W11098
Discipline :        Entrepreneurship
Case Length :    06 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The founder of Lakkard Leather Company has headed the company for 24 years. He is proud of his business, and attributes much of its success to his own leadership style, which did not allow for anyone else’s participation in decisions of substance. When he was badly injured in a car accident, his son stepped in and kept the business going. Without any intention to take over, the son altered the leadership and operations of the company in the space of a few months, so that by the time the founder returned, the company had changed and his role was significantly reduced. The son, in the meantime, grew to like his interim position and believed he did a better job than his father. Both men become locked in a power struggle; yet the company faced several key decisions that had to be taken in terms of expansion, product offering and sale opportunities.
 
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Case Solution for TerraCog Global Positioning Systems: Conflict and Communication on Project Aerial

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Case Name :      TerraCog Global Positioning Systems: Conflict and Communication on Project Aerial
Authors :           Michael Beer, Sunru Yong
Source :             HBS Brief Cases
Case ID :            2184
Discipline :        Organizational Behavior
Case Length :    10 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
TerraCog, a successful privately held high-tech firm that develops GPS (global positioning system) and similar products for consumer markets, has recently been caught off-guard by a competitor’s new product that makes novel use of satellite imagery. When TerraCog pursues development of a directly competing product, dubbed Aerial, the projected costs threaten to scuttle the project. The key unit managers gather in a pair of contentious meetings that feature anger, blame, and bewilderment, but produce no effective conclusion. At the end of the case it falls to Emma Richardson, a newly-promoted executive vice-president, to push the group toward a go/no-go decision.
 
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Case Solution for Wildfire Protection: Conflict in the Bitterroot National Forest

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Case Name :      Wildfire Protection: Conflict in the Bitterroot National Forest
Authors :           Tom D. Hinthorne, Patricia A. Holman
Source :             North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
Case ID :            NA0105
Discipline :        Strategy
Case Length :    15 pages
Solution sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The case features a dispute between the US Forest Service and conservation groups over forest management practices on the Bitterroot National Forest in Montana. The conservation groups sued the Forest Service in US District Court and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Court with the Forest Service eventually winning on the issues. However, in August 2008, Dave Bull, the Forest Service Supervisor, was frustrated with the recurrent conflicts that impeded the Forest Service’s ability to pursue important forest management projects (e.g., fuel reduction projects to protect people’s lives and properties). Dave’s staff of 145 people spent 80% of its time on data collection and analysis, much of it preparing for anticipated lawsuits, and 20% on project implementation. Dave wanted to reverse those numbers, but after 50 years of conflict, he was not sure where to start. He felt he needed a strategy to improve collaboration, but that carried some risks. If he made things worse, he might get an early retirement. As the case closes, Dave is examining the Forest Service’s approach to collaboration. The Forest Service encouraged collaborative strategies but it said, “The final decision still rests with the agency.” Given this caveat, Dave was wondering how he could effectively encourage collaboration among the stakeholders. The case explores this issue and gives Dave some direction.

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Case Solution for Conflict at MRW: The New Employee’s Pregnancy

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Case Name :      Conflict at MRW: The New Employee’s Pregnancy
Authors :           Margarita MM Marti, Adolfo AM Montalvo
Source :             North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
Case ID :            NA0258
Discipline :        Organizational Behavior
Case Length :    14 pages
Solution sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
MRW is a courier firm based in Barcelona (Spain). In 2010, it was consolidating internationalization of its business. It is against this background that the case raises a highly sensitive, emotional issue: What to do about Sonia, a recently-hired manager (still in her probationary period) who suddenly reveals that she is pregnant. Moreover, her pregnancy is a high-risk one, likely requiring an early medical leave. The new manager’s post involves setting up Information Technology (IT) systems, which are vital to the firm’s business, internationalization and invoicing. ‘The case explores two standpoints: (1) a company weathering the economic crisis, in which it is contrary to the firm’s ‘belt-tightening’ measures to hire a replacement for an employee on leave; (2) the company’s track record in the CSR field including its promotion of opportunities for women. The case aims to create a dilemma for students. Some will defend Sonia’s right to a maternity leave and to continue working in MRW, especially in the light of her trials and tribulations with fertility treatment and the fact that the pregnancy is a risky one. Others will defend the company’s interests, arguing that the situation in the firm is critical and that MRW’s internationalization is vital for the company’s business development. The latter group will focus on Sonia’s role in launching the internationalization project. The question of what to do about Sonia’s pregnancy is a critical one for both the Technology Department and for Sonia. Dealing with it requires great care.

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