H-AB; Wang-Nastansky, Pei: Case Studies International Management: LOG, Groupware Competence Center, Paderborn 2017.

LOGbook for module "Case Studies International Management"

THEMES: H-AB\2017_SS | Wang-Nastansky, Pei\Teaching
META STRUCTURES: H-AB-IM-Wang-Nastansky | PWN\Teaching
YEAR: 2017
1st Case Report
1st Case Report Topics and Guidelines

(Paper and Presentation Due on Tuesday, 03.05.2016 )
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      1. Coca Cola's labor practices in Colombia and environment & product issues in India
      2. Chiquita vs. Dole and Del Monte: Comparison of all their environmental, social and ethical responsibility issues
      3. Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) and Fukushima nuclear plant: Environmental and managerial issues.
      4. VW and its Diesel Engine - The German Automotive Industry's impact on social and environmental challenges - Is there growing market for greener and smaller cars?
      5. Starbucks' Global Expansion - Is it sustainable?
      6. Ikea and Sustainability
      7. Google’s Country Experiences: China, Japan, and Germany
      8. Nestlé baby milk scandal, and its CSR strategies and activities

      Additional Topics:
      1. HSBC Private Banking CSR Scandal - Tax-dodging scheme for wealthy customers across Europe, Asia, North and South America
      2. Ebay in Japan: Strategic and Cultural Missteps.
      3. The Bribery Scandal at Siemens AG in 2006 -2007. What type of Business and image Siemens AG is trying to build today?
Outline of the Case Analysis report
Report: 5-8 pages report per member
Presentation: 3 people in a team, 30 mins. per team + Q&A
In a 4 people team, total presentation time 40 mins.
      1. Executive Summary of the Company
      • History
      • Product(s) & Service(s)
      • Current business strategy & financial status

      2. Issues in Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
      • Case description
      • Ethical, social, and/or environmental violations, and/or cultural challenges
      • Reactions and actions from the company
      • Results

      3. Conclusion
      • Did the company take appropriate steps and actions?
      • What would you do differently?
      • Proposal for future sustainable strategies