Business Case Studies by Company

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  • Gala Group Logo

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    • [+] An integrated approach to Customer Service

      This case study examines the development of the Gala Group’s Customer Service Strategy as a total business concept. It illustrates how developing and integrating a Customer Service Strategy across the business is helping Gala to position itself for further growth. — Edition 8

    • [+] Relocating A Gala Club

      This case study focuses upon the relocation of a Gala Club within Ashton, in the North-west of England. It shows how selecting the best site for relocation involved analysing a Membership Information Database Analysis System (MIDAS) and a demographic profile of the area. — Edition 5

  • Gardiner & Theobald Logo

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    • [+] Sustainable development in the construction industry

      The Quantity Surveyor is a key advisor at all stages of the property life-cycle for which there are many factors that influence it. This study will focus on just one, the issue of sustainable development - 'development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations to meet their own future needs'. — Edition 7

    • [+] Constructing the future

      This study focuses on one issue of sustainable development - the property life cycle. — Edition 5

  • Gardner Merchant Logo

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    • The business of re-invention

      This case study examines how Gardner Merchant re-invented itself from contract caterer to become a true multi-service provider for a wide range of people-based services. — Edition 5

  • GE Oil & Gas Logo

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  • GEC Alsthom Logo

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    • [+] Taking flight into the future

      This case study focuses upon a pan-European project which involves GEC ALSTHOM and Lödige who are currently developing a Materials Handling System for British Airways at its New World Cargocentre at London Heathrow Airport. — Edition 3

    • [+] New trains and tunnels for the Jubilee Line extension

      This case study shows how efficient project management provides Metro Cammell with the flexibility to respond to project requirements from the offer of tender until the project is completed and is the key to future success. — Edition 2

  • Gillette Logo

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    • Developing new products

      As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: outline key stages in new product development, differentiate between qualitative and quantitative market research, explain the significance of market segments. — Edition 10

  • Glynwed Logo

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    • Strategically repositioning a business

      This case study analyses how and why Glynwed's strategy of divestment and acquisition has enabled it to obtain a market leadership position in two key markets. — Edition 6

  • Go-Ahead Logo

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  • Golden Wonder Logo

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    • Responding to a changing market

      This case study focuses on how Golden Wonder has responded to the constantly changing snack and crisp market. — Edition 4

  • Great Mills Logo

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    • Recruitment as a business process

      This case study focuses upon the commitment of Great Mills, a leading DIY retailer, to the recruitment and development of its employees. — Edition 2

  • Great North Eastern Railway Logo

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    • Creating an ultimate travel experience

      This case study looks at the way in which an organisation can make a fundamental change in the way it approaches its business and the processes necessary to translate the ideas on paper into the realities of day-to-day business practice. — Edition 4

  • GREGGS Logo

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    • Consumer focused product development

      This case study looks at an important part of market research. It illustrates how one of the UK’s leading bakery related retailers researches the market and uses the information it gains to influence its decisions about product development. — Edition 8