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Accenture Development Partnerships (A, B)

Authors: Rogan, Michelle; Bode, Christiane
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2014

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Accenture Development Partnerships is a “not-for-loss” business unit established inside Accenture in 2003 to serve NGO and development sector clients. Seven years later, its founder Gib Bulloch faces a challenge when a new leadership team is put in place at Accenture and the key sponsor of the venture retires.

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IKEA and the 'Better Cotton Initiative'

Author: Pogutz, Stefano
Product Type: Cases
Source: Università Bocconi
Publication Year: 2014

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IKEA, the world’s leading furniture retailer, has a long history of managing environmental and social issues. The issue of cotton has emerged as a new challenge. To address this challenge, IKEA must adopt an innovative approach that goes directly to the source: the farmers...

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Green Forests Incorporated: Striving for Profit, People, and Planet

Author: Ogunyemi, Kemi
Product Type: Cases
Source: Lagos Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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Green Forests Inc (GFI) is the story of an entrepreneur who is struggling to run an economically sustainable business as well as contribute to sustainability efforts in Nigeria. Her challenges include market alignment and profitability, accounting for Carbon credits, and solicitations for questionable payments…

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Ethics in Consulting: RCG Consulting & Services (RCGCS)

Author: Gandhi, Ketan
Product Type: Cases
Source: KgGuruji Academy
Publication Year: 2014

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Nital Shah, a consultant at RCG Consulting & Services (RCGCS) confronts an ethical dilemma… Nital must decide whether to maintain her values and high degree of integrity, that have always been an integral part of her behaviour and work, or to compromise and 'complete the project', or rather to leave this project to other analysts interested in it.

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Cisco Systems and Offshore Cash

Authors: Gow, Ian D.; Wang, Charles C.Y.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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In its SEC filing for the year ended July 28, 2012, Cisco disclosed that it had accumulated a total of $41.3 billion of undistributed earnings for certain foreign subsidiaries for which no U.S. income taxes or foreign withholding taxes had been recognized in its financial statements…

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The Business of Ecosystem Restoration

Authors: Ferwerda, Willem; Comiteau, Lauren; Yue, Tao
Product Type: Cases
Source: University of Rotterdam
Publication Year: 2014

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There are some two billion hectares of severely depleted land on Earth, some 20 percent of the planet, due to decades of agro-farming, deforestation, overfishing and over-grazing. Ecologist and former IUCN NL director Willem Ferwerda wants to reclaim them a few hundred thousand hectors at a time...

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Tapestry Networks

Authors: Ramanna, Karthik; Shaffer, Matthew
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2014

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Tapestry Networks assembled industry leaders and their regulators in small, private meetings to build new frameworks for pressing regulatory challenges. Tapestry's motivating principle was to reimagine solutions to complex problems (e.g., drug-approval standards) in ways that created a win-win for firms and society. Tapestry meetings on bank-governance standards-initiated after the 2008-2009 Financial Crisis-had experienced some success in rebuilding trust between regulators and banks. But, five years on, the initiative faced important challenges...

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Communauto: A Big Idea for a Big Market

Authors: Paquin, Raymond; Etzion, Dror; Povitz, James; Gruber, Benjamin
Product Type: Cases
Source: Concordia University; McGill University
Publication Year: 2014

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The Communauto case examines a carsharing company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The case focuses primarily on Communauto’s CEO, Benoit Robert, and covers the company’s evolution and emergence as a standard-bearer for the carsharing concept in North America. At the center of the analysis is the tension that underlies this successful carsharing venture. On the one hand, like any other entrepreneur, Benoit wants to grow his organization and increase its membership. On the other, he is a social entrepreneur steadfastly committed to reducing the environmental impact of individual transportation by changing driving behavior through carsharing.

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Organic Growth at Sonnentor

Author: Sternad, Dietmar
Product Type: Cases
Source: Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
Publication Year: 2014

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From a small village in Northern Austria, Sonnentor had developed into a multinational organic food production company exporting teas, spices, and related products to more than 50 countries around the globe. The case highlights the role that ‘embedded sustainability’ plays for the success of the business and confronts the reader with Mr. Gutmann’s challenge of transferring his unique business philosophy to other domains and to a new managerial generation.

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Olympus: When the Gods Came Tumbling Down

Authors: Ohlsson, Anne-Valerie; Berg, Michele Barnett
Product Type: Cases
Source: Singapore Management University
Publication Year: 2014

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In April 2011, Michael Woodford, a British national, was appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of Olympus. Within months of becoming President, Woodford discovered that Olympus had made some questionable acquisitions and paid large amounts of money for companies with few assets, and exorbitant advisory fees to non-substantive companies based in the Cayman Islands. It became clear to him that colleagues and respected Board members within the company had propagated and concealed this fraud. Woodford was distressed by the fact that these fraudulent dealings had cost Olympus shareholders more than a billion dollars.

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