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Ahold's Road to Recovery

Authors: Van Eennennaam, Fred; Mens, Maurits
Product Type: Cases
Source: Nyenrode Business Universiteit
Publication Year: 2006

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This case describes the progress that Ahold had made after the crisis in 2003. Since then, Ahold had followed a structured approach towards integrity and corporate governance, as one of the fundamental principles underlining its objectives, strategy and values.

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A Cooperative Solution

Authors: Lotti, Riccardo; Mensing, Peter; Valenti, Davide
Product Type: Policy and Issue Reports
Source: Ohio Employee Ownership Center, Kent State University
Publication Year: 2006

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Four times a year, as many as a thousand clients of each local branch of Rabobank, a leading Dutch institution and one of the world’s 25 largest banks, assemble to discuss business.

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Sustainability Management at Philips

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Product Type: Cases
Source: ICMR
Publication Year: 2005

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The case discusses the sustainability management initiatives undertaken by the Netherlands based Royal Philips Electronics, a leading manufacturer of domestic appliances, medical systems, lighting equipment and semiconductors. The company's sustainability program mainly focused on social responsibility initiatives such as employee welfare & community development and environmental management. The case describes each of these initiatives in detail and explains how Philips aimed at deriving competitive advantage from them. The 'sustainability governance structure' and 'governance structure for environmental management' put in place by Philips for realizing its sustainability vision is also discussed. The case also dwells upon Philips General Business Principles that guided its activities and employee behavior in its operations across the world.

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Schuberg Philis

Authors: DeLong, Thomas J.; Beyersdorfer, Daniela
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2012

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A growing workload and 100% promise to customers have increased the pressure on Schuberg Philis' non-hierarchical teams of engineers, as well as the hiring speed, which some fear could dilute their corporate culture...

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The Energetic Society: In Search of a Governance Philosophy for a Clean Economy

Author: Hajer, Maarten
Product Type: Policy and Issue Reports
Source: PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
Publication Year: 2011

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To combine economic growth and a pleasant environment, society needs to scale back its resource use and the ensuing pressures on the environment, by a factor of five. The challenge is to do more with less; something for which there is no instant solution. Innovation will be required and may be stimulated by a government that sets clear objectives. This involves a number of key elements, such as promoting a motivating perspective that would stimulate people, introducing dynamic regulations that reward innovation and remove restrictive rules, and being open to learning from society.

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Getting What We Wish for: The Realities of Business Education for a Global Economy

Authors: de Rijke, Paul; Plucker, Jonathan A.
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Business Horizons
Publication Year: 2011

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Business schools around the world have embraced globalization and, as a result, attempted to attract international students to their programs. Teaching diverse student groups has many advantages, but is not without its challenges...

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Saving Children's Lives Through Business Model Innovation; What is the Best Route Forward?

Authors: Van Wassenhove, Luk; Thierry, Martijn
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2011

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This series describes how a couple who lost a child create a social venture and how concepts and tools from the business world can be used in the humanitarian sector.

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