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Commercial Bank of Africa

Using Information and Communication Technology to Remain Competitive

Authors: Chege, Gerald W.; Anzaya, Mbithe; Mullins, John; Low, Murray
Product Type: Cases
Source: United States International University
Publication Year: 2006

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Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) was a medium-sized bank, incorporated in Kenya. The bank served the Kenyan corporate sector as well as international institutions and organizations with offices in Kenya. In late 2003 Mr. Isaac Awuondo, the Managing Director of CBA, was facing an information technology management dilemma...

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Kenya Airways (A)

Author: Munene, Catherine
Product Type: Cases
Source: United States International University
Publication Year: 2006

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In February 2003, Mr. Titus Naikuni was hired as Managing Director and CEO of the Kenya Airways Group. After attending the first few weekly business meetings as the Group's Managing Director and CEO, he realized he needed to develop a new direction for the company...

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MBA Kati is Dealt a Downsizing Card

Author: Abell, D.
Product Type: Cases
Source: ESMT - European School of Management & Technology
Publication Year: 2006

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A Close Shave at Gillette

The Sale to Procter and Gamble

Author: Sullivan, John D.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Boston University
Publication Year: 2006

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As a result of the sale of Gillette to Procter & Gamble for $57 billion, 6,000 employees would be cut from Gilette's payroll with the majority of the losses coming from their Boston headquarters. Questions surround the compensation to the CEO. This is one of a series of mergers in Boston which has led to significant lay-offs.

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Firestone East Africa (1969) Limited (Now Sameer Africa Limited)

Survival in the Tire Industry after Liberalization

Author: Lewa, Peter M.
Product Type: Cases
Source: United States International University
Publication Year: 2006

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Mr. Naushad Noorali Merali, chairman of Firestone East Africa (1969) Limited, had never been known to shy away from any business challenge. He firmly believed that nothing was impossible once a person put his or her mind to solve it. He looked at any business challenge as an opportunity to learn from, whether the outcome was a success or a failure. In January, 1993 the government of Kenya announced that it had put in place a framework for the full liberalization of the economy...

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Irene Charnley at Johnnic Group (A, A-Abridged, B, C)

Authors: Hill, Linda A.; Farkas, Maria T.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2005

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When she becomes chairperson of a large telecommunications board, Irene Charnley must transform the mostly white-led company to be more representative of South Africa's demographics.

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The Pension Pincher

Author: Thigpen, David
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: Time Magazine
Publication Year: 2005

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Delphi CEO Steve Miller says that traditional pensions are anachronisms that corporations must fix in order to survive. Can he change how the auto industry provides for its retired workers?

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What Are Mergers Good For?

Author: Morgenson, Gretchen
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: The New York Times
Publication Year: 2005

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To most investors, mergers are the stock market's equivalent of catnip. Takeover bids typically provide a nice boost to investors' portfolios and confirm their stock-picking smarts. And to hear the executives orchestrating them tell it, they always produce greater profits at the combined company down the road...And yet, for all the profit and promise that mergers seem to hold, the truth about companies combining their operations is a darker one. Academic research suggests that few mergers add up to significantly more prosperous or successful companies...

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World Vision International's AIDS Initiative

Challenging a Global Partnership

Authors: Bartlett, Christopher A.; Curran, Daniel F.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School Publishing
Publication Year: 2005

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World Vision's International office is planning to implement a major global HIV/AIDS initiative that challenges the strategic direction, organizational capabilities, and even underlying values of its carefully constructed world partnership. Analyzes the challenges of building and managing a global network organization and explore the task of implementing strategic change in a complex, global environment.

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Verizon Wins Bidding for MCI: Qwest Drops Out

As Industry Consolidates, Higher Rates Are A Worry; A Governance Test Case

Authors: Drucker, Jesse; Latour, Almar
Product Type: Magazine / Newspaper Articles
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Publication Year: 2005

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Verizon Communications Inc. won a bitter three month bidding war for MCI Inc., the last major independent long distance company...

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