Case Study Paper Samples

McDonald’s Company Reward Management

Introduction Every organization has its ways of managing rewarding strategies for its employees. Reward management refers to “formulation and implementation of strategies and policies that aim to recompense people fairly, equitably and consistently by their value to the organization” (Korezis & Panagiotis, 2008, p.25). This definition means that reward management...

Dell Company Change Management

Introduction Change management is an inevitable practice in any dynamic business. It is aimed not only at reaping substantial profits from the business organisation but also at striving for a prospective broader market in the future. Several factors drive an organisation towards changing its prevailing objectives and activities in order...

EasyJet Airline Company Change Management

Introduction Organisations that seek to gain a competitive advantage in the future need to focus on mechanisms of changing their manner of conducting their businesses. The most desired change is the one that enables an organisation to become more profitable. Geopolitical changes, demographic changes, changes in technology, and even the...

Auto Parking Business Project

Introduction This paper presents a case of expansion of business in the global market. The paper focuses on Auto Parking business. The Auto Parking business has been expanding due to the growth and expansion of physical infrastructure in the world. The Auto Parking business that is discussed in this paper...

Emirates NBD Company Strategies

Respondent’s demographic profile The researcher intended to obtain the view of customer focus from the Emirates NBD’s employees and customers. Subsequently, the researcher gathered data from 20 employees and 50 customers using the questionnaire illustrated in appendix 1. The research respondents considered were from diverse demographic characteristics with regard to...

Nintendo Company Strategy

Introduction Nintendo Company limited is a Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Kyoto, Japan (Gamble & Thompson, 2010). Over the years, the company has developed into an influential video game console and software developing firm that produces and sales hardware and software for its video game systems (Liebeskind, 2003). The video...

Hawk Car Company’s Organisation and Behaviour

Background Organizational behavior refers to the study of the conduct of various persons working in an organization within the paradigm of operation of the organization. Organizational behavior is replicated in the organizational culture. Organizational culture refers to the values and norms that define the personality of a particular organization. Before...

Dubai Government Human Resources Department’s Change

Introduction The organisation I work in, Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR), is concerned with “the management, development and governance of human resources for the government sector” (“Dubai Government Human Resources Department” par. 1). Apart from that, our activities are aimed at “updating human resources practices and leading and planning...

Louis Vuitton Company’s Strategic Management Policies

Introduction and Company Background Louis Vuitton is a leading manufacturer and seller of fashion apparels. The company was founded in 1854 by Louis Vuitton Malletier in the city of Paris, France. When the firm started its operations, it had a clear target market. It was interested in producing high-quality products...

Du Company’s Lean Systems Implementation Issues

A lean management system targets at creating stables ways in which problems can be solved over a long period. The system must be capable of developing its performances and reducing wastage by controlling the wastage of raw materials or keeping huge stores that are not necessary for the organization to...

Brambles Company’s Knowledge Management

Abstract Knowledge and Knowledge Management are critical ingredients in the growth and success of an organization. At Brambles, it was essential in the accomplishment of various tasks. However, there is an intra-organizational misunderstanding and misuse of these tools, which makes the task to suffer. Some planning and modelling is required...

Abu Dhabi Commercial Centre: Parking Planning Policy

Abstract Parking facility management is a critical component of any transportation system. Typically, vehicles spend more time in parking lots than other places. As the number of vehicles increase, parking spaces become scarce in high demand areas, particularly during peak hours. The topic for investigation was adoption of an Integrated...

The Fleet Sheet Company’ Challenges

Potential difficulties of starting a business in a transition economy and recommendations One major challenge that the Fleet Sheet experienced was market uncertainty in a transition economy of the Czech Republic. It is difficult for start-ups in transition economies to understand the relevant market data, such as pricing based on...

Cisco Systems Company: Leading Organisational Change

Introduction Leadership is a fundamental element in the operation of organisations in the private and public sectors (Ricketts & Ricketts 2011). Moreover, leadership is essential in an organisation’s efforts to implement change in order to achieve the desired level of competitiveness (Albe 2007). This paper assesses the role of leadership...

Leading Organizational Change: Dixons Group’ Case

Introduction In the modern world, every organization needs at least some change to enhance its productivity and goal achievement. Since the world is changing very fast, every organization or institution, whether for profit or non-profit, needs to fit in a highly dynamic business, social, cultural and technological environment (Greenwood &...

Apple Company: Investment in IT

Investment in IT has given the Apple Company a competitive advantage in terms of better performance delivery, creation of superior products, and real time customer relationship management. As part of the business intelligence at the Apple Company, the investment in research and development of the latest technology in the ‘Apple...

Apple Company Organizational Learning

Introduction Organizational learning refers to the process of generating, transferring, and sharing knowledge within an organization in order to improve the productivity, performance, and efficiency of employees (Argote, 2012). This knowledge is generated from the experiences of employees in their efforts to provide quality services to customers. Forms of knowledge...