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Kellogg Company: Slow to keep operations in line with changing consumer ethics

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  • August 2015
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Kellogg Company is considered a global market leader in terms of breakfast cereals. The company has attempted to future proof the company with new strategies such as Project K. It is an increasing requirement of Kellogg to keep operations in li...

Top 10 Global Airlines: Industry issues and strategic responses

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  • September 2015
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Airlines aim to benefit from rising disposable incomes and a steady increase in passenger volumes, while contending with volatile fuel prices, congestion in hub airports, and low switching costs for passengers. This report outlines the strategi...

H.J. Heinz: Merger and diversification offer growth opportunities in a difficult market

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  • September 2015
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The food retail industry is competitive, but Heinz has held its position as a market leader and has built on a strong brand portfolio comprising both international and local brands. This case study analyzes key the strategies used by Heinz to b...

Gillette: Innovation drives premiumization and creates a market leader

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  • October 2015
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Gillette is the undisputed global leader in the male toiletries market, a market which is being driven by price increases, rather than volume. Continued innovation by the market's biggest players is helping create premium products which can...

Online Grocery Retail: Lessons learned from Webvan's dot-com era excesses

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  • September 2015
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Webvan was one of the pioneers of online grocery retail, created with a vision to revolutionize the grocery market. It tried to get too big, too fast and failed spectacularly. It became synonymous with one of the largest dotcom flops, serving a...

Retailer response to changes in consumer behavior in the UK: Remaining relevant to the smart consumer

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  • September 2015
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Consumers in the UK have become increasingly confident, shrewd, and more difficult to please. The concept that people can bring about change through the way in which they shop has led to consumers holding an increasingly powerful position. Reta...

Why Won’t Die Games Die?: The unexpected success of traditional games

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  • October 2015
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Despite fierce competition the market for traditional games in Europe and North America has grown rapidly over the last five years, and continues to accelerate. Driven by technology and innovation, companies are finding new ways to remain compe...

Payment banks: Spreading financial inclusion to rural India

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  • October 2015
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Financial inclusion is a pressing concern for India, and regulatory reform by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has permitted new entrants to set up payment banks. This case study assesses why financial inclusion is significant, and whether the r...

Top 10 Electric Utilities Industry issues and strategic responses

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  • October 2015
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In this study, the top ten electric utilities by revenue will be examined, to understand their strategic response to issues such as changing demand for power, alterations in market structure, climate change, and their performance. Because of th...

Global food issues: Food waste, fish stocks, and food security

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  • October 2015
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The world population has grown from 2.5 billion in 1950 to more than 7 billion in 2015. This poses massive challenges for, among other things, food supplies. This case study looks at some of the challenges the world faces, such as food waste, a...

Embraer's new battlefield: Market fragmentation ahead

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  • October 2015
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Embraer started its operations in 1969 as a state-owned company. After its privatization, it became the largest regional jet manufacturer worldwide. However, the duopoly between Embraer and Bombardier in the regional jet market, which has laste...

Toyota Motor Corporation: From lean production to the new TNGA platform

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  • October 2015
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Toyota is famous for developing lean production – a system of manufacturing methods aimed at reducing waste. This system has been hugely successful for Toyota and has enabled the company to become the world’s leading vehicle manufacturer. Follo...

Top five players in the automotive industry - Benchmark and overview

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  • December 2015
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This report examines the strategies being adopted by and the opportunities for the five largest passenger car manufacturers in the world. It provides a detailed analysis of the top five's financial performance. It outlines key factors that ...

Fairtrade: Building an ethical consumer brand

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  • October 2015
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Commodities such as coffee and cocoa are grown by farmers who suffer from low incomes, volatile prices, and lack of capital. The Fairtrade scheme offers them minimum purchase prices and a social premium payment. With high recognition and rapid...

Nike Inc.: Is $50bn by 2020 achievable?

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  • October 2015
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Following another financial year of growth and record revenues, this case study explores Nike's current status as the world's premier sportswear manufacturer. It assesses the company's current strengths and weaknesses, and analyzes ...