Case studies in Business Case Studies
Edition 8 Developing a partnership to support the interests of young people
This branding case study illustrates the benefits of the Connexions Card to 16-19 year olds. It also focuses on how the Department for Education & Skills (DfES), a public service business, has joined forces with Capita, a private sector service business, to form a public private partnership (PPP).
Edition 6 The message is in the medium
This business and the environment case study looks at Capita, a company working at the forefront of the modernisation of education, helping teachers to make the most of new opportunities.
Edition 5 Developing Key Skills For Literature Of Opportunity
This skills and competencies case study examines how it is necessary for you to look into the future, both in the short and long-term, to think realistically about all you hope to achieve from work and what skills you will need to do so
Edition 4 Making the labour market work better
This organising people case study examines the importance of creating an effective labour market in order to reduce unemployment. In particular, it focuses on a specific government economic measure, the New Deal, as an example of the way in which governments can use policy measures to create a more efficient labour market and increase employability.
- The New Deal
- The nature of the labour market
- Changes in the labour market
- The costs of unemployment
- Why has unemployment increased?
- Policy making for employability
- The nature of the problem for young people in the labour market
- Unveiling the New Deal
- The New Deal for young people
- The Gateway
- The four options
- Who provides New Deal?
- Monitoring the success of New Deal