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The Maggi Noodle Safety Crisis in India (A, B, C)

Authors: Ramanna, Karthik; Kak, Radhika
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2016

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The local government in Delhi has ordered a ban on Nestlé's flagship product in India - Maggi Noodles, citing excessive lead content per government lab tests. Nestlé must decide how to respond - options include suing the regulators and withdrawing the product…

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Billionaire's Curse: Gun-Based Succession Planning for a Bangkok Market

Authors: Bennedsen, Morten; Henry, Brian; Wiwattanakantang, Yupana
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2016

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The case highlights the infighting within a Thai family who own and operate a fresh-food market stall business in Bangkok. The case explores the depths to which the Thammawattana dynasty sank in order to keep control of a profitable cash-in-hand business that had made the matriarch, Suwapee Thammawattana, a billionaire by the time of her death at age 65.

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Solectric: Market Entry Decisions under Uncertainty

Authors: Bliemel, Martin J.; Maine, Elicia M.A.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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Solectric was a small solar power venture located in Sydney, Australia. The capital was running out and an unfocused strategy was exacerbating negligible sales revenues. The case discusses financial valuation, the uncertainties of entrepreneurship, and balancing profit with social and environmental purpose.

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Cipla Global Ltd.: Generics versus Drug Discovery

Author: Pai, V.S.
Product Type: Cases
Source: HEC Montreal Centre for Case Studies
Publication Year: 2015

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Thanks to India's process patent regime (1970-2005), Dr. Yusuf Hamied, the company's chairman, managed to catapult the company to its position as a leading generics manufacturer. However, in 2005, India changed its Patents Act to make it TRIPS compliant. Faced with Western pharmaceutical companies' 'evergreening', CGL became a prominent crusader against multinationals. The case ends with a dilemma about the best course of action for CGL going forward, given the various options offered by the industry, on the one hand, and the ambitions of its chairman, on the other.

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Micro-Entrepreneur Elena Amaru Learns Business Fundamentals and Boosts Self-Confidence as a Bonus

Author: Pearson, Christine M.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management
Publication Year: 2015

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Micro-entrepreneurs in developing countries often lack basic business knowledge and personal confidence needed to make the leap that will take their businesses beyond subsistence. In many of these countries, little or no business training is available to women micro-entrepreneurs. This case describes the business challenges facing a female micro-entrepreneur who worked from home and who participated in a large-scale, collaborative business education program set in Peru called Proyecto Salta (or, Salta, which means leap in Spanish).

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Enbridge: Looking Toward the Future

Authors: Alves, Fernanda Lorenzetti; Ma, HangXing; Herremans, Irene; Welsh, Cameron
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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In 2009, Enbridge announced the Neutral Footprint program to enhance its social licence to operate, increase its corporate responsibility, and in turn improve its corporate reputation through good performance. By the end of 2012, Enbridge had suffered from unfavourable publicity due to oil spills. It also encountered a great deal of opposition against its proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project. The company’s situation was further complicated by the retirement of its chief executive officer who had started the Neutral Footprint program. Enbridge’s new chief executive officer and president needed to be convinced of the benefits of the Neutral Footprint program, most of which were difficult to quantify.

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Stephen Richards: Addressing FAQ

Author: Soltes, Eugene F.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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Stephen Richards, former global head of sales at Computer Associates, addresses frequently asked questions from "A Letter from Prison."

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The Grommet: Managing Operations at a Fast-Paced Start-Up

Authors: Fixson, Sebastian; Mulligan, Paul
Product Type: Cases
Source: Babson College
Publication Year: 2016

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The Grommet, initially called Daily Grommet but renamed in 2011, was founded to create a more equitable link between product creators and product consumers. The founders trademarked the term Citizen Commerce as the manifestation of this equitable foundation for merchandising…

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Ricardo Semler: A Revolutionary Model of Leadership

Authors: Maddux, William W.; Williams, Elin; Swaab, Roderick I.; Tanure, Betania
Product Type: Cases
Source: transformed
Publication Year: 2016

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The case follows the story of Brazilian business leader, Ricardo Semler, who took the family marine-pump business, Semco, to multi-national, multi-sector success. To do so, Ricardo Semler dramatically changed his own leadership style by relinquishing control and working less hard, and subsequently transformed the culture at Semco via a radical process of workplace democratisation…

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ENOVE: Business Strategy in a Transitioning Economy

Authors: Nowak, Maciek; Stoll, Alexander
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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In August 2014, La Société Energies Nouvelles & Environnement (ENOVE), a subdivision of Groupe Bismuth, was developing an expansion strategy in the unstable political and economic environment of Tunisia, the company’s home country. There was little governmental oversight on customs, labour, or taxation. The threat of terrorism, whether real or perceived, was always present. Under these conditions, ENOVE's president had to make a decision…

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