Question 1 - Informal groups exist in almost every form of social organization. What types of
informal groups exist in your classroom? Why are students motivated to belong to these
Basic terms:Groups:Two / more people w
CASE STUDY - McDonalds: Strategic Management
Strategies are important for all businesses, irregardless of the products or services
that they offer. Through strategic management and operations, companies are able to
integrate new and effective
Our Client, a leading Fortune 500 company dispatched a team of IT engineers to
conduct a large-scale project for one of Italys top two market leaders in the mobile
telecommunication industry. Sustaining market leadership hinged upon t
Q 1. Would you care if 80% of your high street shops disappeared?
A - The reality is that it all depends. Online companies can keep their goods
in a single place and transport them only when somebody has made a
purchase, meaning fewer journeys and less po
Case Study: Controversy
A well-known theoretician at Institution A is called by an experimentalist at Institution B to discuss
what appears to be a new discovery, based on a highly original approach to the measurements in
question. The discovery supports
Enron: Visiting the Immersed Part of the
According to the thousands of pages of official reports, enquiries and studies that have already
been devoted to Enron, its collapse can be attributed to a coincidence of a number of
Keeping accurate and dated notes of your ideas is a critical aspect of good scientific practice. These
sorts of instances come up time and again, and irrespective of their frequency, it will only serve to
give clarity to your ideas for them to be accurate
Conflict of Interest Case Study: Confidentiality Scenario 2
A student finishes a Ph.D. working on a problem that has aspects that are directly
patentable and solve a major problem in the disk drive industry. His new job could be
with Hitachi or Seagate, o
Strategic Human Resource Management: Brunt Hotels
Brunt Hotels, PLC, owns more than 60 hotels throughout the United Kingdom.
They recently acquired a small hotel chain headquartered in France. Brunts chief
executive decided that half of the new hotels in
Conflict of Interest Case Study: Confidentiality Scenario 1
You are a final-year MBA student at a large university in the final months of your
dissertation research. You are worried about your next appointment, and have applied
for several positions in th
Enron: Visiting the Immersed Part of the Iceberg
According to the thousands of pages of official reports, enquiries and studies that have
already been devoted to Enron, its collapse can be attributed to a coincidence of a number
of dysfunctions and malfun
Q1.What are the unethical issues in advertising? Discuss
with the help of examples.
Answer - The advertising industry operates within strict federal regulations and
is monitored by the Federal Trade Commission. Even with truth-in-advertising
Q1. What do you understand by corporate social responsibility? Why should a business assume
Answer - Corporate social responsibility (CSR, also called corporate conscience, corporate
citizenship, social performance, or su
Q1. Define corporate governance. Why has it gained so much attention in the present day
Answer - The framework of rules and practices by which a board of directors ensures
accountability, fairness, and transparency in a company'
What is OD intervention. Define in detail. Discuss various
Individual OD interventions and mechanism.
Ans= Given the highly instrumental nature of the literature on organizational
interventions,this article explores and defines key elements of an artifac
Question 1 :- What is Job enrichment.What is the
importance of learning organization?
Answer - Job enrichment is a common motivational technique
used by organizations to give an employee greater satisfaction in
his work. It means giving an employee additi
Question 1 - What is the Sensitivity training. What is third Party intervention.
Answer Training designed to make people more aware of gropu dynamics and their own
behaviour, interpersonal traits , and role within a group. Based on the work of Kurt
Question 1 - What is OD. Describe the major Operational goals
which usually underlie OD efforts ?
Answer - Theory and practice of planned, systematic change in the
attitudes, beliefs, and values of the employees through creation and
reinforcement of lon
PROBLEMS IN A BUSINESS FIRM
Lack of cooperation between subunits, increasing complaints from customers, sagging morale, and
rapidly increasing costs induced the president of a medium-sized company to confer with an OD
consultant about ways to improve the
CASE STUDY 8
CHANGING THE CULTURE AT JAGUAR
Question 1 :- How Jaguar, one of the world's most prestigious car manufacturers, has been
involved in a culture change programme to create new ways of working for the twenty-first
Answer :- In recent ye
CASE STUDY 7
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT - A CASE OF TOYOTA
Question 1 :- How did Toyota implement TQM?
Answer :- TQM is a management approach of an organization, centered on quality, based on the
participation of all its members and aiming at long-term succ
CASE STUDY 6
GLAXO INDIA LIMITED
Question 1 :- What was the reason to implement MBO in Glaxo India Ltd?
Answer :- The Company experienced the problems because of governments policy towards
multinational, inflationary pressures, and internal organizational
CASE STUDY 4
RAPID INNOVATION - A CASE STUDY IN ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND
Question 1 :- What was the problem which was faced?
Answer :- Ever since the Japanese installed their plant, 3.5 years ago, productivity never went
beyond 50% of the rat
CASE STUDY 3
TRADITIONAL TOP DOWN ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE via CULTURE CHANGE
USING THE UNFREEZINGREFREEZING MODEL
Question 1 :- How does the above model describes a staged process for effecting a cultural
change within an occupational setting?Answer :- The
CASE STUDY 2
TAKING ON GLOBAL CHALLENGES WITH THE HELP OF OD
Question 1 :- Give a suitable title to the case?Answer :- Organizational Development As
Competitive Advantage.Question 2 :- What are the global challenges?
Answer :- A major disadvantage of the
Question 1 :- Identify the benefits from an integrated IT solutions supporting the retail
Answer :- As a retailer, you understand that selling products is not the only thing you have done by
the end of the day.
1. track th
Question 1 :- Discuss the impact of high retail estates costs and the general unavailability of
large sites in metropolitan areas on the retail industry in India?
Answer :- High real estate costs
- Even though the real estate prices have subs
Question 1 :- Define the retail strategy planning process and the steps involved?
Answer :- Retail strategic planning is a detailed process organizations go through in order to have
the most successful operations possible. Steps in this strat
Question 1 :-Distinguish between the retail mix of convenience store, specialty store and
discount store. Use suitable examples to illustrate your answer?
Answer :CONVIENCE STORE :- A convenience store, corner store, or corner shop, is a smal
CASE STUDY 8
DYING MALLS IN INDIA
Conclusion :According to analysts at Crisil, Third Eyesight, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) India, and Ernst &
Young, 80 percent of India's 255 malls are failing, and half of them are in dire straits. Look at
Mumbai, Delhi or a