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This case study focuses on the success of Felipe Lopez as the CEO of companies in a medium-sized city in Colombia. The case allows students to examine different leadership theories and styles by exploring Lopez’s characteristics, experiences,...
A fintech mortgage company, Better.com, recently positioned itself to go public. Investor momentum began to slow, however, largely because of Founder and CEO Vishal Garg’s
multiple management misjudgments. When Garg fired a large number...
Moderna, Inc.: Protecting Against Corporate Espionage Gray, J.; Turner, K.; Mather, K.; O’Rourke, J. S. (editor) We live in a world where large corporations operate in a matrix of highly competitive markets. Companies in the private...
Research on sustainable people management has focused on the macro level, while overlooking methods to implement sustainability at the operational level, specifically, in its employee hiring processes. We argue that when hiring processes assess...
The Joni Rogers-Kante & SeneGence case touches on topics of skyrocketing growth, the operational and leadership shifts that accompany such growth, industry ethics, home-based business, family business, legacy and succession planning, goal-...
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn intends to introduce the first mass-produced all-electric car, the Leaf, in December 2010. His expectation is that by 2012 the vehicle will be mass marketed to the public. If electric cars account for one tenth of all...
Reflection is a fundamental component of Ignatian pedagogy linking action and experience to learning. Developing skills of reflection will support students’ current learning. Promoting the habit of reflection will nurture individuals’ growth in...
It was budget time and Maria, the CEO of the YWCA of White Plains and Central Westchester (YW), was once again facing the issue of how she was going to explain declining revenue numbers and negative profit before overhead. Management was...
This case study introduces Perry Pallet, a small pallet manufacturer created to pursue sustainability within an industry that was going through a rapid sustainability-related transformation. This case outlines operational and sustainability...
Before 2008, the Two-a-Day Group and other apple growers in South Africa had been successful in exporting their fruit to the EU and UK at healthy profits. But with the global recession, market share and profitability continued to diminish...