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801. Locating and Laying Out the Fast Food Business cart
802. Made in India cart
803. Crunching Munch Time A Little cart
804. Travelsafe Manufacturing Company (TMC) cart
805. Location of a Production Facility cart
806. Takira Motors: Creating Assembly and Process Chart cart
807. Spicejet: Dedicated to Serve Customers with Excellence cart
808. Chandan Creations’: Process Selection Dilemma cart
809. Vijetha Textiles: Process Analysis cart
810. Novel Foods’ Change in Operations Strategy: Competitiveness at Stake cart
811. Tropicana’s Product (Re)Design: The Packaging Mistake cart
812. Crisis at Strocem RMC: Significance of Operations Management cart
813. Reduction in Expenditure using Single-Period Inventory Model: A Case Study for PGS cart
814. Reduction in Inventory Costs using Fixed-Time Period Model: A Case Study for PETS cart
815. Role of Inventory in Reducing the Cost of Production: A Case Study for PSPL cart
816. NSPL: Importance of Facility Location in Business Success cart
817. Change in Product Layout Leads to Profitability: A Case Study for DSPL cart
818. Utilisation of Transportation Method in Sandino Furniture cart
819. Harish Automobile Repair Shop: A Case of Queuing Theory cart
820. Fun World: The Management’s Decision Dilemma cart
821. Gourmet’s Fantasy: Implementing Customer-Oriented Approach cart
822. Maruti Metal Works: Evaluation of Project using PERT cart
823. Ishikawa Motors Limited: Implimentation of Just-In-Time and Lean Practices cart
824. Abide Manufacturers Limited: Implementation of ISO 9000 cart
825. Victor in India: Six-Sigma Implementation cart
826. Halo, a DVD Manufacturer: Sketching its Aggregate Sales and Operations Plan cart
827. The House of Garb: Implementing Supply Chain Strategy cart
828. Playhouse Toys Centre: Implementing Process Layout cart
829. Aroma Electronics: Step towards Networking Techniques’ cart
830. Material Requirements at King Furniture cart
831. Inventory Management through ABC Analysis – A Case Study for Super Sounds Inc. cart
832. Excel Printers: A Startup Company’s Capacity Planning cart
833. Communicating In Crisis Times: Lessons from Barack Obama cart
834. Emotional Intelligence Deficit: Any Hopes? cart
835. Job Satisfaction and Employee Performance in ‘The Best Companies to Work for’ in India cart
836. Designing an Organisational Culture: Tony Hsieh Wrapping Zappos’ Organisational Culture? cart
837. Rational vs Intuitive Decision Making: Dilemma at Nemesis cart
838. Culture Change Management Programme (CCMP) at Cyberabad Police Commissionerate, Government of Andhra Pradesh, INDIA cart
839. Xerox’s Turnaround: Anne Mulcahy’s “Organizational Change” cart
840. Behaviour Modification and Learning Systems at Chocó-Delight cart
841. Wipro’s Azim Premji: Level 5 Leadership Style? cart
842. New Recruits’ Perfunctory Perceptions: The Manager’s Apathy cart
843. David Smith: The National Manager’s International Problems cart
844. Ricardo Semler’s Employee Empowerment Strategies at Semco cart
845. Leadership Conundrum: Nike After Knight cart
846. ThisNext.com: Unfolding New Motivation Lessons? cart
847. Nucor Corp’s Performance driven Organisational Culture: Employee driven competitive advantage? cart
848. Exxon Mobil's New CEO, Rex Tillerson's Agenda - Diplomacy: Can he Manage? cart
849. The Buck (does not) Stop Here! cart
850. Indiscipline in the Hostel cart
851. Hewlett Packard-Losing the HP Way cart
852. Karoshi cart
853. Miramax: A Victim of Interpersonal Conflict? cart
854. That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles… cart
855. Organisational Communication Blunders cart
856. Team Building at MindTree Consulting cart
857. Personality: Who is Responsible? cart
858. Reinventing HP with Mark Hurd cart
859. Differing Perceptions at Hi-Style Limited cart
860. Global Data Research Centre: The Knowledge (Mis)Manager cart
861. Peter F. Drucker: Business Management and Beyond cart
862. Rural Marketing in India: Retailing through Microfinance Institutions cart
863. Wal-Mart’s Foray into Japan: Heading Towards Success or Hara-kiri? cart
864. P&G’s Logistics Revolution: Co-creating Value cart
865. Dell’s Direct Model: In Need of Change? cart
866. Brand Bond: The World Is Not Enough cart
867. Lifebuoy in India: Product Life Cycle Strategies cart
868. P&G’s ‘Design Thinking’ Initiative: The Innovation Lessons cart
869. IKEA in Japan: The Market Re-entry Strategies cart
870. Dell in India Targeting SMB Markets: The Differentiation Strategies cart
871. DELL’s Dilemma: Corporates or Consumers? cart
872. Indian Hotel Industry (A): The Competitive Dynamics cart
873. Semiconductor Industry: Samsung’s ‘BHAG’ cart
874. Indian Auto Component Industry cart
875. Americanism, Brand America and American Brands cart
876. Corporate Communication,The Toyota Way cart
877. P&G: From Mass to Micromarketing cart
878. Organised Retailing in India – Opportunities & Challenges cart
879. Apple’s iPod: Product Development and Extension Strategies cart
880. Hyundai’s “Santro” in India: Product Life Cycle Strategies cart
881. Toyota’s ‘Scion’(Guerrilla) Brand in US: The Market Positioning Strategies cart
882. Sony Ericsson’s Alliance: The Synergies cart
883. Nano, Tata’s ‘People’s Car’: Who is Marketing? cart
884. Coca-Cola – Contentious Overseas Business Practices cart
885. Titan Industries – Getting the Marketing Mix Right cart
886. Nestlé’s Marketing: The Next Driver of Value Growth? cart
887. Turkey: Emerging as a Value-based Destination Amidst Economic Slowdown cart
888. Burger King's 'Subservient Chicken' Marketing Campaign cart
889. Kraft Foods’ Mobile Marketing Strategy cart
890. Idea Cellular`s Advertising and Promotion Strategies cart
891. Maruti Suzuki`s Advertising Strategies cart
892. Marketing Pristiq: The Advertising Challenge cart
893. Coca-Cola "Open Happiness" Campaign cart
894. Intel Corporation's 'Sponsors of Tomorrow' Global Branding Campaign cart
895. Kleenex 'Let It Out' Campaign: Increasing Consumer Involvement with a Low-involvement Product cart
896. Tata Sky's Marketing Strategies cart
897. Warner Brothers' Viral Marketing Strategy - The 'Dark Knight' Campaign cart
898. Woot.Com - Selling to Geeks cart
899. Hershey: Going through a Sweet Recession cart
900. Trader Joe's: A Unique Customer Experience cart

 

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