The drivers of the unethical strategies and behaviors in college sports start with greed and
the obsession with winning. Every team is obsessed with being the best, winning the most
games, bringing in the most money. All of that greed and the obsession wi
1. What are the key elements of Tesla Motors strategy?
Tesla Motors strategy is to be the driving force behind affordable electric vehicles. One of the
key elements of their strategy is technology and product development. Tesla has been developing
Tatas internal strengths would be that they have a broad product line. With Jaguar and
Land Rover, Tata has vehicles in the subcompact, compact, mid-size, full-size, luxury and
performance segments. One of the major weaknesses Tata faces is their difficul
The chief element of Apples overall competitive strategy is innovation. Apple has their
three core products; computers (Mac), phones (iPhone), and personal media players (iPod/iPad).
They continue to strive to meet the wants and needs of the personal elec
1. How does Googles financial performance compare to that of Microsoft, Apple, and Yahoo?
Please conduct a financial analysis to support your position-may want to use the financial
ratios in Table 4.1 of the text as a guide in doing your financial analysi
What is PepsiCos corporate strategy? Briefly identify the business strategy they used in
each of their consumer business segments in 2014.
The corporate strategy of PepsiCo is to diversify the companys product portfolio into all
kinds of categories wit
Competitive pressures coming from the threat of new entry rivals are weak. Under Armour,
Nike, and Adidas already have such a strong brand name awareness that it is extremely difficult
for new rivals to try and compete. To build their brand image to the r
1. After reading the case study on Whole Foods, I believe that their strategy is very well matched to
market conditions in the food retailing industry. Whole Foods dedicates their focus on customer
service by providing them with a vast variety of healthy,