Business Case Studies by Company

Below is a list of Business Case Studies case studies organised alphabetically by company. To view more companies, please choose a letter from the list below.

  • Lafarge Logo

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    • Developing a sustainable supply chain to add value

      This case study will explore how Lafarge UK is active in all three sector of industry and how it manages the need to develop the business alongside protecting the environment and respect for local communities. — Edition 17

  • Land Securities Group Logo

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    • [+] Using strategy and planning to measure, monitor and report performance

      This case study describes the role of business planning in providing clear direction for an organisation and the importance of Key Performance Indicators as measures of success. — Edition 12

    • [+] Planning and the business cycle

      This case study helps students understand the business cycle and how companies manage risk and investment by understanding the external environment. — Edition 11

    • [+] Combining factors of production to achieve growth objectives

      As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: identify the four Factors of Production and their importance, understand the nature of enterprise, and its central role in producing goods and services efficiently. — Edition 10

    • [+] Regeneration: meeting needs in a changing environment

      As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: identify different activities undertaken by commercial property companies such as Land Securities, understand the meaning and benefits of urban regeneration, appreciate the importance of external influences on a firm’s activities. — Edition 9

  • Legal Services Commission Logo

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    • [+] The advantages of centralisation

      This case study looks at why and how a number of HR activities have recently been centralised at the Legal Services Commission and the benefits these changes have brought to staff, the public and the organisation. — Edition 15

    • [+] Becoming a lean service organisation

      This case study shows how the process of reform, using lean production principles, is helping the Legal Services Commission to cut down on any wasteful expenditure. — Edition 14

    • [+] Using PEST analysis to identify external influences

      This case study focuses on the work of the LSC and illustrates what factors affect its performance and how it responds to these factors. — Edition 13

    • [+] Promoting social inclusion through access to legal services

      As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: know that direct public sector involvement in the UK economy has declined in the last 25 years, explain how government appointed bodies are responsible for contracting services to private businesses, understand how regulation and contract supervision promotes greater efficiency in public service. — Edition 10

    • [+] Managing change: a new approach to legal services

      As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: explain the basic SWOT components involved at the time of establishing the PDS, outline key strategic elements of the PDS launch: location, customer service, recruitment, IT, and quality. distinguish between criminal law and civil law. — Edition 9

  • Levi's Logo

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    • Reclaiming the identity of a brand

      This case study has shown how Levi’s has used effective brand management planning to reclaim the brand and to turn around the fortunes of the company. — Edition 6

  • Leyland Trucks Logo

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  • LINK Logo

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  • Lloyd's of London Logo

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    • [+] How Lloyd's responds to changes in the business environment

      As a reult of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: understand that the business environment is uncertain and volatile, know that businesses cannot avoid taking risks, value the importance of businesses and households obtaining insurance cover against risk. — Edition 10

    • [+] A truly global market

      As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: understand why businesses need and value insurance cover, understand Lloyd’s role in insurance, understand the concept of a market. — Edition 9

  • Lloyds TSB  Logo

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    • [+] Positive about disability

      The case study shows that developing good positive working practices that deal with disability benefits both employers and employees. — Edition 14

    • [+] Changing working patterns

      This case study shows how Lloyds TSB uses flexible working patterns to attract, appoint, motivate and retain its staff in order to deliver the highest levels of customer service. — Edition 13

    • [+] The business benefits of diversity

      This case study describes how Lloyds TSB uses a sexual orientation strategy as part of its diversity programme to deliver improved business benefits. — Edition 12

  • Logica Logo

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  • London 2012 Logo

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    • London 2012 - achieving the vision

      This case study shows how creating a clear vision and set of values has made it possible to establish clear objectives for delivering an unforgettable Olympic and Paralympic Games in London 2012. — Edition 14

  • London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange Logo

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    • [+] Managing trading risk

      This case study examines the importance of futures trading and focuses more specifically on commodity futures trading. — Edition 4

    • [+] Managing financial risk

      This case study focuses on the way in which a particular type of financial institution, Building Societies, are able to reduce their financial risks today by using the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE). — Edition 2

  • Lucent Technologies Logo

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