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- 31 Oct 2023
Checking Your Ethics: Would You Speak Up in These 3 Sticky Situations?
Would you complain about a client who verbally abuses their staff? Would you admit to cutting corners on your work? The answers aren't always clear, says David Fubini, who tackles tricky scenarios in a series of case studies and offers his advice from the field.
- 12 Sep 2023
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Can Remote Surgeries Digitally Transform Operating Rooms?
Launched in 2016, Proximie was a platform that enabled clinicians, proctors, and medical device company personnel to be virtually present in operating rooms, where they would use mixed reality and digital audio and visual tools to communicate with, mentor, assist, and observe those performing medical procedures. The goal was to improve patient outcomes. The company had grown quickly, and its technology had been used in tens of thousands of procedures in more than 50 countries and 500 hospitals. It had raised close to $50 million in equity financing and was now entering strategic partnerships to broaden its reach. Nadine Hachach-Haram, founder and CEO of Proximie, aspired for Proximie to become a platform that powered every operating room in the world, but she had to carefully consider the company’s partnership and data strategies in order to scale. What approach would position the company best for the next stage of growth? Harvard Business School associate professor Ariel Stern discusses creating value in health care through a digital transformation of operating rooms in her case, “Proximie: Using XR Technology to Create Borderless Operating Rooms.”
- 28 Aug 2023
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The Clock Is Ticking: 3 Ways to Manage Your Time Better
Life is short. Are you using your time wisely? Leslie Perlow, Arthur Brooks, and DJ DiDonna offer time management advice to help you work smarter and live happier.
- 15 Aug 2023
Ryan Serhant: How to Manage Your Time for Happiness
Real estate entrepreneur, television star, husband, and father Ryan Serhant is incredibly busy and successful. He starts his days at 4:00 am and often doesn’t end them until 11:00 pm. But, it wasn’t always like that. In 2020, just a few months after the US began to shut down in order to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, Serhant had time to reflect on his career as a real estate broker in New York City, wondering if the period of selling real estate at record highs was over. He considered whether he should stay at his current real estate brokerage or launch his own brokerage during a pandemic? Each option had very different implications for his time and flexibility. Professor Ashley Whillans and her co-author Hawken Lord (MBA 2023) discuss Serhant’s time management techniques and consider the lessons we can all learn about making time our most valuable commodity in the case, “Ryan Serhant: Time Management for Repeatable Success.”
- 08 Aug 2023
The Rise of Employee Analytics: Productivity Dream or Micromanagement Nightmare?
"People analytics"—using employee data to make management decisions—could soon transform the workplace and hiring, but implementation will be critical, says Jeffrey Polzer. After all, do managers really need to know about employees' every keystroke?
- 01 Aug 2023
Can Business Transform Primary Health Care Across Africa?
mPharma, headquartered in Ghana, is trying to create the largest pan-African health care company. Their mission is to provide primary care and a reliable and fairly priced supply of drugs in the nine African countries where they operate. Co-founder and CEO Gregory Rockson needs to decide which component of strategy to prioritize in the next three years. His options include launching a telemedicine program, expanding his pharmacies across the continent, and creating a new payment program to cover the cost of common medications. Rockson cares deeply about health equity, but his venture capital-financed company also must be profitable. Which option should he focus on expanding? Harvard Business School Professor Regina Herzlinger and case protagonist Gregory Rockson discuss the important role business plays in improving health care in the case, “mPharma: Scaling Access to Affordable Primary Care in Africa.”
- 05 Jul 2023
How Unilever Is Preparing for the Future of Work
Launched in 2016, Unilever’s Future of Work initiative aimed to accelerate the speed of change throughout the organization and prepare its workforce for a digitalized and highly automated era. But despite its success over the last three years, the program still faces significant challenges in its implementation. How should Unilever, one of the world's largest consumer goods companies, best prepare and upscale its workforce for the future? How should Unilever adapt and accelerate the speed of change throughout the organization? Is it even possible to lead a systematic, agile workforce transformation across several geographies while accounting for local context? Harvard Business School professor and faculty co-chair of the Managing the Future of Work Project William Kerr and Patrick Hull, Unilever’s vice president of global learning and future of work, discuss how rapid advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation are changing the nature of work in the case, “Unilever's Response to the Future of Work.”
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How Are Middle Managers Falling Down Most Often on Employee Inclusion?
Companies are struggling to retain employees from underrepresented groups, many of whom don't feel heard in the workplace. What do managers need to do to build truly inclusive teams? asks James Heskett. Open for comment; 0 Comments.
- 20 Jun 2023
Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover: Lessons in Strategic Change
In late October 2022, Elon Musk officially took Twitter private and became the company’s majority shareholder, finally ending a months-long acquisition saga. He appointed himself CEO and brought in his own team to clean house. Musk needed to take decisive steps to succeed against the major opposition to his leadership from both inside and outside the company. Twitter employees circulated an open letter protesting expected layoffs, advertising agencies advised their clients to pause spending on Twitter, and EU officials considered a broader Twitter ban. What short-term actions should Musk take to stabilize the situation, and how should he approach long-term strategy to turn around Twitter? Harvard Business School assistant professor Andy Wu and co-author Goran Calic, associate professor at McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business, discuss Twitter as a microcosm for the future of media and information in their case, “Twitter Turnaround and Elon Musk.”
- 05 Jun 2023
Is the Anxious Achiever a Post-Pandemic Relic?
Achievement has been a salve for self-doubt for many generations. But many of the oldest members of Gen Z, who came of age amid COVID-19, think differently about the value of work. Will they forge a new leadership style? wonders James Heskett. Open for comment; 0 Comments.
- 25 Apr 2023
Using Design Thinking to Invent a Low-Cost Prosthesis for Land Mine Victims
Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS) is an Indian nonprofit famous for creating low-cost prosthetics, like the Jaipur Foot and the Stanford-Jaipur Knee. Known for its patient-centric culture and its focus on innovation, BMVSS has assisted more than one million people, including many land mine survivors. How can founder D.R. Mehta devise a strategy that will ensure the financial sustainability of BMVSS while sustaining its human impact well into the future? Harvard Business School Dean Srikant Datar discusses the importance of design thinking in ensuring a culture of innovation in his case, “BMVSS: Changing Lives, One Jaipur Limb at a Time.”
- 24 Apr 2023
What Does It Take to Build as Much Buzz as Booze? Inside the Epic Challenge of Cannabis-Infused Drinks
The market for cannabis products has exploded as more states legalize marijuana. But the path to success is rife with complexity as a case study about the beverage company Cann by Ayelet Israeli illustrates.
- 11 Apr 2023
The First 90 Hours: What New CEOs Should—and Shouldn't—Do to Set the Right Tone
New leaders no longer have the luxury of a 90-day listening tour to get to know an organization, says John Quelch. He offers seven steps to prepare CEOs for a successful start, and three missteps to avoid.
- 03 Mar 2023
When Showing Know-How Backfires for Women Managers
Women managers might think they need to roll up their sleeves and work alongside their teams to show their mettle. But research by Alexandra Feldberg shows how this strategy can work against them. How can employers provide more support?
- 01 Mar 2023
How Much Does 'Deep Purpose' Matter to the Bottom Line?
More leaders want their employees to aspire to loftier goals at work. But is deep purpose more about feel-good ideas or delivering business value? wonders James Heskett. Open for comment; 0 Comments.
- 15 Nov 2022
Planning the Future for Harlem’s Beloved Sylvia’s Restaurant
Sylvia’s Restaurant, which celebrated its 60th anniversary in August 2022, is a testament to the values instilled by the matriarch Sylvia Woods. She cultivated a strong community around her soul food restaurant in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood that has continued to thrive, even after her passing a decade ago. Amid business expansions and succession planning, the legacy of Sylvia Woods continues to live on. But as Sylvia’s grandson takes over the business, a new challenge faces him and his family: what should the next 60 years of Sylvia’s look like? Senior Lecturer Christina Wing and Kenneth De'Sean Woods, chief executive officer of Sylvia Woods Inc., discuss the case, “Sixty Years of Sylvia’s.”
- 20 Sep 2022
How Partisan Politics Play Out in American Boardrooms
The discord gripping the nation has reached the heights of corporate America, with costly consequences for companies and investors. Research by Elisabeth Kempf shows just how polarized the executive suite has become.
- 23 Aug 2022
Management Lessons from the Sinking of the SS El Faro
Captain Michael Davidson of the container ship SS El Faro was determined to make his planned shipping trip on time—but a hurricane was approaching his intended path. To succeed, Davidson and his fellow officers had to plot a course to avoid the storm in the face of conflicting weather reports from multiple sources and differing opinions among the officers about what to do. Over the 36-hour voyage, tensions rose as the ship got closer and closer to the storm. And there were other factors compounding the challenge. The El Faro was an old ship, about to be scrapped. Its owner, TOTE Maritime, was in the process of selecting officers to crew its new ships. Davidson and some of his officers knew the company measured a ship’s on-time arrival and factored that into performance reviews and hiring decisions. When the ship ultimately sunk on October 1, 2015, it was the deadliest American shipping disaster in decades. But who was to blame for the tragedy and what can we learn from it? Professor Joe Fuller discusses the culpability of the captain, as well as his subordinates, and what it reveals about how leaders and their teams communicate under pressure in his case, "Into the Raging Sea: Final Voyage of the SS El Faro."
- 01 Aug 2022
Does Religious Belief Affect Organizational Performance?
Chinese firms exposed to Confucianism outperformed peers and contributed more to their communities, says a recent study. James Heskett considers whether the role of religion in management merits further research. Open for comment; 0 Comments.
- 18 Apr 2022
Dick’s Sporting Goods Followed Its Conscience on Guns—and It Paid Off
After the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Dick's Sporting Goods' CEO declared: "I don't want to be part of the story anymore." Two new case studies by George Riedel go inside the retailer's decision to remove certain firearms from stores and restrict gun sales. Open for comment; 0 Comments.
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A management case study contains a description of real-life management issues and proposed solutions. Students, practitioners and professionals write case studies to thinking critically about issues, and devise and implement remedies for challenging management situations. A case study generally contains facts, theories, assumptions, analysis, and prioritized solutions. The following are the steps for writing a management case study.
Identify the Objective, Method and Facts
- Choose an analytical approach to increase awareness. In the preliminary stages of solving management problems, an analytical case study might best meet the goal of alerting upper management to core facts and issues. An analytical case study primarily focuses on what has occurred and why.
- Select a problem-solving approach to pinpoint and solve major issues. If the goal is to make solution recommendations, write a problem-solving case study that clearly outlines problems and solutions.
Set the Scope for Readers
Focus on Issues and Solutions
- Address the challenges that might accompany suggested solutions. For example, cross-cultural conflicts in an organization might require additional training for managers, which may require funds or an extensive search for topic experts.
Provide a Clear Conclusion
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To write a management case study, first give a clear industry overview of the problem and explain theories and current knowledge. Next, pinpoint all the important issues and identify any underlying problems. For example, conflicts between team members might stem from unclear workplace policies. Finally, generate effective solutions and explain why they will work. Wrap it up with a conclusion that summarizes the problems and solutions you discussed. Read on for more details on how to conduct research for a management case study and cite your sources. Did this summary help you? Yes No
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- Subject Focus : The case study can center on a single person, a small group of individuals, an organization, a particular event, or a broader societal issue. The choice of subject depends on the research question or the goals of the study.
- In-Depth Exploration: Case studies involve detailed data collection and analysis. Researchers collect various types of information, such as interviews, surveys, documents, observations, and other relevant sources, to build a comprehensive picture of the subject.
- Contextual Analysis: A significant aspect of a case study is the consideration of the context in which the subject operates. Understanding the background and environment is essential to interpret the findings accurately.
- Qualitative Research : Case studies often use qualitative research methods to gather and analyze data. This includes open-ended interviews, content analysis, and thematic coding.
- Rich Description: The case study report provides a rich and detailed description of the subject. It includes narratives, quotes, and empirical evidence to support the analysis.
- Analysis and Interpretation: Researchers analyze the collected data to identify patterns, themes, or trends. They may use various theoretical frameworks to interpret the information and draw conclusions.
- Real-World Application: Case studies are often used to address practical problems or real-world situations. They can be used to inform decision-making, offer solutions, or provide insights into specific issues.
- Ethical Considerations: Researchers must consider ethical principles when conducting case studies, ensuring the protection of participants’ rights and privacy.
- Findings and Recommendations: A well-structured case study typically concludes with findings, implications, and recommendations based on the analysis.
1. Choose an Interesting and Relevant Topic:
2. conduct thorough research:, 3. identify the problem or research question:, 4. introduce the case:, 5. describe the methods used:, 6. present the findings:, 7. analytical interpretation:, 8. discuss limitations:, 9. propose solutions or recommendations:, 10. write a conclusion:, 11. cite your sources:, 12. edit and proofread:, 13. format your case study:.
- Apple Inc.’s Marketing Strategy: An analysis of Apple’s marketing approach, including product design, branding, and customer loyalty.
- McDonald’s Global Expansion: A study on how McDonald’s adapted its business model for success in different international markets.
- The Case of “Little Albert”: A classic case study in psychology that examined the conditioning of fear in a young child.
- Stanford Prison Experiment: An investigation into the psychological effects of role-playing in a simulated prison environment.
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- The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: A well-known case study on the ethical issues surrounding a long-term study of untreated syphilis in African American men.
- Patient X: A Rare Medical Condition: An examination of a patient with a rare medical condition to understand its diagnosis and treatment.
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- SpaceX’s Reusable Rockets: A study of SpaceX’s development and use of reusable rocket technology.
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- To deepen students’ understanding of a particular concept, theory, or topic within their field of study.
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- To prompt students to reflect on their learning and evaluate their strengths and weaknesses in research and analysis.
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Management Case Study with Questions and Answers
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Typical Questions in Financial Management Are As Follows:
- How to plan for the best budget in favors of company X?
- How to do annual financial forecasting for any company?
- How can you maximize the chances of financial gain and minimize the possibility of financial losses in the future with the help of various useful financial models?
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- How to do a very useful financial auditing?
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- How to do the best HR auditing?
- What are the best recruitment tactics by any company?
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Today, the Information Technology (IT) or the solar systems management firms a significant part of the MBA or any other business management course. The application of software is now compulsory in any professional field. A few common questions on systems management are listed below:
- How to apply software for a company’s managerial activities?
- How to make the IT backbone of your company healthy?
- What type of computer operators and software engineers are required for your company?
- How to apply computer software to various departments of your company?
- What types of software tools and technologies are the most applicable to your organization?
- How to handle multiple software technologies for managerial applications?
- How to manage and protect the software from different viruses?
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Today, operations management is one of the significant managerial specializations. Some
Common Questions on Operations Management Are As Follows:
- How Operations Management Help in research and development (R and D) department of a company?
- How to reduce the production of defective articles?
- How to build the best use of the Delphi technique?
- How to utilize the best statistical models for various operations management applications?
- How to improve and benchmark the technical advancement of your company with the help of operations management applications?
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A Management Study: What Is It?
A typical form of the Management study includes such crucial elements as:
- The description of the challenge(s),
- Possible options,
- Final decision,
So, as you see, a case study requires you to investigate a problem using supportive evidence, examine the alternatives and solutions, and offer the most effective solution to the problematic situation. Finally, it is better to provide the possible results for a better understanding.
A case study must include background information on the specific issue because there are more chances to study a problematic situation effectively taking into consideration all the peculiarities. Based on a thorough analysis of the case, it is much easier to demonstrate the problems and effective strategies, as well as recommendations, for solving them in the future. Remember that a case study on Management can focus either on a business or entire industry, a specific project or program, or a person. It should be noted that when the Management case study is conducted, other companies may apply its results as a business model in order to improve their management effectiveness. So don’t limit yourself to the objects of a case study.
The objective of the Management case study is to determine the effectiveness of the organizational setup and the qualifications of the individuals who will make up the organization. Make a contribution to the field of study! Don’t know how? Look at the Management case study below.
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Draenor Inc., specializing in the production of professional dishes, faces difficulties in cooperation between the procurement department and the financial department, which causes the production’s occasional idleness.
From the beginning of 2014, the company has initialized the development of the product lines, and new types of pans with non-stick coating were introduced. Since new pans required the purchase of additional materials that were not used by Draenor Inc. before, the financial department had to allocate funds for the procurement department. According to estimations, nearly 200 thousand dollars should have been allocated monthly for purchasing innovative steel. However, the conflict between heads of departments Ally Berks and Lion Cromwell emerged. The head of the financial department Ally Berks noted that a required sum was allocated without interruption. The head of the procurement department, Lion Cromwell wanted to adjust the sum since a steel supplier Netex increased a purchase price unilaterally.
- Possible Options
The CEO of Draenor Inc. Ashton Keynes considered a few options that were the most relevant in the situation. The first option implied the dismissal of Lion Cromwell and hiring a new head of the procurement department who would be able to efficiently negotiate with Netex in terms of the price correction. The second solution supposes the conduction of workshops among heads of departments in order to make them skilled in finding compromises. The third and the most radical option was to merge functions of both departments in one combined department of supplies with a drastic reshuffle.
After continuous reasoning, Ashton Keynes made his choice in favor of the combination of departments. It required a lot of changes in procedural documentation, as well as in the segregation of duties. In particular, Ashton Keynes decided to appoint Ally Berks on the position of the head of the supply department since, throughout all 10 years of her career in Draenor Inc., she has been demonstrating more proficient skills of negotiating and analysis than Lion Cromwell who remained as her deputy.
5 Extra References to Study the Same Problem in Management
- Christopher, M. (2016). Logistics & supply chain management. Pearson Higher Ed.
- Hill, C. W., Jones, G. R., & Schilling, M. A. (2014). Strategic management: theory: an integrated approach. Cengage Learning.
- Stake, R. E. (2013). Multiple case study analysis. Guilford Press.
- Thomas, G. (2015). How to do your case study. Sage.
- Yin, R. K. (2013). Case study research: Design and methods. Sage publications.
5 Steps to Do a Management Case Study
- Describe a challenging situation faced in Management. What is this situation? There is something unusual. Even something is usual for Management, but you may not know what to do in this particular situation. Or some conditions or demands are complicated. So pick up this challenge and describe everything in details – the more details are presented, the more effective solutions are made. What are these details?
- Prioritize the problems according to the aims and objectives. There may be several problems in Management on which you need to work on. So your task is to highlight the major problem based on the aims and objectives the Management company sets. Don’t try to solve all possible issues in a Management case study – you risk solving nothing! How to rank problems in management? Focus on the potential importance of the question – how does it influence the state of management? Or consider the timing of the impact of a particular problem on the situation.
- Brainstorm the possible options to solve the problem. Despite there is always one option “do nothing”, focus on the other options as well in each situation. Identifying these options is crucial in case studies (basically, that is their purpose). It’s time to use the best brainstorming skills in practice. Remember that you can always rely on our experts to find the best way out of any difficult situation, a kind of “I can’t write my case study ”. You can get professional advice on how to solve any specific problem in Management from experienced specialists.
- Evaluate the options and come up with the best one(s). Each option has its pros and cons in any particular managerial activity. So it is vital to assess each option based on some criteria, and only then introduce the optimum option to the audience. The ideal solution should be powerful and applied at the least cost.
- Provide the plan of action on how to implement a decision in practice. In other words, you should create a detailed plan of what a manager needs to do so that the solution will be put into practice – step by step.
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An introduction into Lean base process design and operations management based on the Toyota Production System model (Lean). A deeper dive into the specific focus points of effective and clear process design, effective problem solving along with managerial expectations will be investigated and discussed. Tools/principles such as process mapping, data collection and analysis, gap analysis, cycle time content and balance, lead-time assessment and management, quality performance analysis and remediation, sustainable control measures, demand/takt time analysis and relation to demonstrated equipment/process capacity, process stability assessment, six sigma will be covered in detail. These tools will drive towards effective observation and analysis of process performance so that relevant and impactful process improvements related to cycle time, quality, lead time, and cost can be achieved. Content of delivery is supported through business case analyses and class discussion/debate by the students along with hands-on team activities throughout the semester in order to link theory with some level of practical outcomes. Industrial examples will also be linked to the theory throughout the class as case studies or videos. Guest speakers may be included where possible to link theory with practice.
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Top 40 Most Popular Case Studies of 2018
Cases about food and agriculture took center stage in 2018. A case on the coffee supply chain remained the top case and cases on burgers, chocolate, and palm oil all made the top ten.
Cases about food and agriculture took center stage in 2018. A case on the coffee supply chain remained the top case and cases on burgers, chocolate, and palm oil all made the top ten, according to data compiled by Yale School of Management Case Research and Development Team (SOM CRDT).
Other topics in the top ten included corporate social responsibility, healthcare, solar energy, and financial inclusion.
The annual ranking of the 40 most popular Yale School of Management case studies combines data from publishers, Google analytics, SOM class syllabi, and other measures of interest and adoption. This is the second year that SOM CRDT has published its Top 40 list.
Cases published in 2018 on the top 40 list included Marina Bay Sands Hotel (#13), AgBiome (#18), Canary Wharf (#20), Mastercard (#21), and Peabody Museum (#35). Both the Marina Bay Sands and Peabody cases were featured in major student competitions in 2018.
The cases on the Top 40 list represent a variety of different business disciplines, as Yale SOM cases tend to combine a variety of perspectives. For example, the top coffee case can be taught in marketing, operations, and strategy classes. The number two case on Shake Shack covers finance, strategy, and even innovation and design. The list features a number of cases related to the interplay of state and commerce and social enterprise, traditional strengths of the Yale SOM curriculum.
While there are many US-based cases among the top 40, a range of locales are highlighted among the top 40 entries. Cases set in France (AXA), Great Britain (Cadbury, Canary Wharf, George Hudson), Indonesia (Palm Oil, Golden Agri), China (Ant Financial, Alibaba), India (SELCO, Project Sammaan), Singapore (Marina Bay Sands), Canada (Air Canada, Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan), and South Africa (Project Masiluleke) made the top 40 list.
SOM CRDT has been working to increase the number of women featured as case protagonists. The 2018 list boasts 13 cases where women play prominent roles in the narrative.
The top 40 list also demonstrates a wide range of SOM faculty involvement. Thirty different faculty members worked as case supervisors on the top 40 cases.
Read on to learn more about the top 10 most popular cases followed by a complete list of the top 40 cases of 2018. A selection of the top 40 cases are available for purchase through our online store .
#1 - Coffee 2016
Faculty Supervision: Todd Cort
Coffee 2016 asks students to consider the coffee supply chain and generate ideas for what can be done to equalize returns across various stakeholders. The case draws a parallel between coffee and wine. Both beverages encourage connoisseurship, but only wine growers reap a premium for their efforts to ensure quality. The case describes the history of coffee production across the world, the rise of the “third wave” of coffee consumption in the developed world, the efforts of the Illy Company to help coffee growers, and the differences between “fair” trade and direct trade. Faculty have found the case provides a wide canvas to discuss supply chain issues, examine marketing practices, and encourage creative solutions to business problems.
#2 - Shake Shack IPO
Faculty Supervision: Jake Thomas and Geert Rouwenhorst
From an art project in a New York City park, Shake Shack developed a devoted fan base that greeted new Shake Shack locations with cheers and long lines. When Shake Shack went public on January 30, 2015, investors displayed a similar enthusiasm. Opening day investors bid up the $21 per share offering price by 118% to reach $45.90 at closing bell. By the end of May, investors were paying $92.86 per share. Students are asked if this price represented a realistic valuation of the enterprise and if not, what was Shake Shack truly worth? The case provides extensive information on Shake Shack’s marketing, competitors, operations and financials, allowing instructors to weave a wide variety of factors into a valuation of the company.
#3 - IBM Corporate Service Corps
Faculty Supervision: David Bach in cooperation with University of Ghana Business School and EGADE
The case considers IBM’s Corporate Service Corps (CSC), a program that had become the largest pro bono consulting program in the world. The case describes the program’s triple-benefit: leadership training to the brightest young IBMers, brand recognition for IBM in emerging markets, and community improvement in the areas served by IBM’s host organizations. As the program entered its second decade in 2016, students are asked to consider how the program can be improved. The case allows faculty to lead a discussion about training, marketing in emerging economies, and various ways of providing social benefit. The case highlights the synergies as well as trade-offs between pursuing these triple benefits.
#4 - Children’s Premier
Faculty Supervision: Edieal Pinker
The case describes Children’s Premier, a popular group practice in Greenwich, Connecticut which, due to a change in the state’s vaccination law, decides to dramatically change its business model. Did the group make the right adjustments in order to stay competitive and cover their increasing costs? Should the new practices cause a newcomer to the practice to look elsewhere for his children?
#5 - Design at Mayo
Faculty Supervision: Rodrigo Canales and William Drentell
The case describes how the Mayo Clinic, one of the most prominent hospitals in the world, engaged designers and built a research institute, the Center for Innovation (CFI), to study the processes of healthcare provision. The case documents the many incremental innovations the designers were able to implement and the way designers learned to interact with physicians and vice-versa.
In 2010 there were questions about how the CFI would achieve its stated aspiration of “transformational change” in the healthcare field. Students are asked what would a major change in health care delivery look like? How should the CFI's impact be measured? Were the center's structure and processes appropriate for transformational change? Faculty have found this a great case to discuss institutional obstacles to innovation, the importance of culture in organizational change efforts, and the differences in types of innovation.
This case is freely available to the public.
#6 - AXA: Creating New Corporate Responsibility Metrics
Faculty Supervision: Todd Cort and David Bach
The case describes AXA’s corporate responsibility (CR) function. The company, a global leader in insurance and asset management, had distinguished itself in CR since formally establishing a CR unit in 2008. As the case opens, AXA’s CR unit is being moved from the marketing function to the strategy group occasioning a thorough review as to how CR should fit into AXA’s operations and strategy. Students are asked to identify CR issues of particular concern to the company, examine how addressing these issues would add value to the company, and then create metrics that would capture a business unit’s success or failure in addressing the concerns.
#7 - Cadbury: An Ethical Company Struggles to Insure the Integrity of Its Supply Chain
Faculty Supervision: Ira Millstein
The case describes revelations that the production of cocoa in the Côte d’Ivoire involved child slave labor. These stories hit Cadbury especially hard. Cadbury's culture had been deeply rooted in the religious traditions of the company's founders, and the organization had paid close attention to the welfare of its workers and its sourcing practices. The US Congress was considering legislation that would allow chocolate grown on certified plantations to be labeled “slave labor free,” painting the rest of the industry in a bad light. Chocolate producers had asked for time to rectify the situation, but the extension they negotiated was running out. Students are asked whether Cadbury should join with the industry to lobby for more time? What else could Cadbury do to ensure its supply chain was ethically managed?
#8 - Palm Oil 2016
Faculty Supervision: Kenneth Richards in cooperation with National University of Singapore Business School and David Bach
The case looks at the palm oil industry in Indonesia and how the industry effects deforestation and native rights. The case focuses on a proposal forwarded by leading palm oil traders and environmental NGOs that would ban the sale of palm oil from deforested land. The proposal is opposed by elements of the government, and smaller palm oil companies. Some voices in the Indonesian government are suggesting an agreement to end deforestation needs to be scrapped. What should companies and NGOs do?
#9 - Ant Financial
Faculty Supervision: K. Sudhir in cooperation with Renmin University of China School of Business
In 2015, Ant Financial’s MYbank (an offshoot of Jack Ma’s Alibaba company) was looking to extend services to rural areas in China by providing small loans to farmers. Microloans have always been costly for financial institutions to offer to the unbanked (though important in development) but MYbank believed that fintech innovations such as using the internet to communicate with loan applicants and judge their credit worthiness would make the program sustainable. Students are asked whether MYbank could operate the program at scale? Would its big data and technical analysis provide an accurate measure of credit risk for loans to small customers? Could MYbank rely on its new credit-scoring system to reduce operating costs to make the program sustainable?
#10 - SELCO
Faculty Supervision: Tony Sheldon
The case looks at SELCO, an Indian company that specialized in bringing solar electric products to the poor. In 2009, the company needed a new growth strategy. As students consider the company’s dilemma, the raw case allows them to view video interviews with company leaders and customers, inspect maps of SELCO’s service areas, see videos describing how SELCO’s products were being used, consider articles on India’s electricity grid and socio-economic conditions, read about the company’s founding, consult the company’s organization charts, income statements and balance sheets, inspect the company’s innovative products, review the company’s business models, read news articles about the company’s success, etc.
SELCO, India's innovative solar electric company, was at a strategic crossroads. Should it go “deeper” and serve even poorer people or go “wider” and expand beyond its current geographical areas?
40 Most Popular Case Studies of 2018
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