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The Editions Collection Business Case Studies eBook

The Editions Collection compiles all 249 case studies from editions 10-17, allowing you to really engage with the curriculum. Inside you’ll see how many top companies have grown and how their key messages may have changed. Each case studies helps support the curriculum by offering real world business insight, making sure you really get to grips with your studies. It doesn’t matter whether you’re new to your GSCEs or in the middle of a degree, this unique collection is an easy-to-read and relevant tool in the classroom or at home.
The case studies are supported by additional learning materials such as PowerPoints, handouts, MP3s, crosswords and word searches which are available to download online.
The titles of the business studies case studies included in The Editions Collection eBook are:
  • Acas and effective workplaces
  • Organisations and shareholders
  • Meeting global responsibilities by caring for communities
  • Working for sustainable development in primary industry
  • Recruiting, selecting and training entrepreneurial managers
  • Identifying customers and meeting their needs
  • Investing in people and in brands
  • Creating a sustainable chocolate industry
  • Growing a business by developing products and markets
  • Linking promotional activity and the product life cycle
  • Implementing quality systems
  • Engaging stakeholders in a business
  • Responding to a changing marketing environment
  • Creating an effective organisational structure
  • Bringing an innovative product to market Assure
  • Using effective recruitment to retain a competitive advantage
  • Developing new products
  • Strategy in action - healthy schools
  • The importance of customer service
  • Businesses and taxation
  • Helping individuals and companies that are in financial difficulties
  • Building a brand in order to sustain its life cycle
  • The vital role of sales at Kraft Foods UK
  • Combining factors of production to achieve growth objectives
  • Promoting social inclusion through access to legal services
  • How Lloyd's responds to changes in the business environment
  • Recruiting, selecting and training for success
  • Business aims, objectives and values
  • Securing customers' interests through mutual ownership
  • Responding to changing customer requirements: the drive towards Wellness
  • Brand repositioning and communications
  • Investing in training to safeguard the future
  • The importance of quality in creating a competitive advantage
  • Taking a long-term view - developing fuels for the future
  • Building Human Resources to provide a foundation for growth
  • UNISON and unions' wider role
  • Developing and implementing a strategic approach to ethics
  • Operations management: the Wincanton way
  • Acas and effective workplaces
  • Creating a corporate social responsibility strategy
  • Working for sustainable development in primary industry
  • The recruitment, selection and training of people at Arcadia
  • Meeting stakeholder needs through community involvement
  • Achieving betters Public Services - The work of the Audit Commission
  • Calculating the risks in making investment decisions
  • Supporting agriculture to create sustainable development
  • Quality through standards
  • Financial statements and reporting
  • Using promotional strategies to connect with stakeholders
  • Continuous improvement - the Corus way
  • Meeting and exceeding consumer protection laws to drive competitive advantage
  • Motivation: how Egg unleashes the power of people
  • Developing vision and values to build a market strategy
  • Strategic planning - responding to external influences
  • Sponsorship and the marketing mix
  • Integration in the public sector - HMRC
  • Identifying and creating new markets - a new strategy for a global leader
  • Using promotion to boost sales and brand value
  • The vital role of sales at Kraft Foods UK
  • Planning and the business cycle
  • The marketing process
  • Respecting stakeholder values
  • Creating the right marketing mix
  • Nutrition, Health & Wellness - New product development at Nestle
  • The importance of entrepreneurship in small businesses
  • Segmentation
  • Pursuing a growth strategy
  • How a brand promise drives change in a multinational organisation
  • The importance of excellent customer service
  • Meeting global and local needs
  • Health and safety in the workplace
  • Cause marketing - Vodafone's partnership with The National Autistic Society
  • Success through managing quality, safety, customer service and cost
  • Market leadership in the 3G market
  • Embracing and pursuing change
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Social and environmental responsibility
  • Flexible working patterns at the Audit Commission
  • Standards and quality
  • Sustainable business at Corus
  • The importance of customer service at Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • Entering a new market with a new product
  • Meeting needs in a competitive sector
  • How HMRC collects tax revenue to support government policy
  • Using aims and objectives to create a business strategy
  • Using strategy and planning to measure, monitor and report performance
  • Continuous improvement within an organisation
  • The business benefits of diversity
  • The role of training and development in career progression
  • How McCain responds to changes in the external environment
  • Managing stock to meet customer needs
  • Developing skills in a large organisation through training and development
  • Business Principles in action - nutritional labelling
  • Using PESTEL to design effective strategies
  • Critical path analysis at Network Rail
  • Enterprise skills
  • How market research helps support the new product development process
  • Managing risk through the effective team-based decision making
  • The business of nuclear decommissioning
  • How market research helps Portakabin to remain at the cutting edge
  • Motivating through Total Reward
  • Creating a high performance culture
  • Using research and development to improve agricultural productivity
  • Tarmac's functions - working together towards its mission statement
  • Using effective communication to create direction
  • Using Business Principles to support ethical communication
  • The role of stakeholders
  • Business ethics and corporate social responsibility
  • Strategic growth in the retail fashion industry
  • Flexible working patterns at the Audit Commission
  • Supporting new business start-ups
  • Use of the marketing mix in the fashion industry
  • Workforce planning at British Gas Services
  • Supporting business through standards
  • Building societies and other types of organisation
  • Sustainable performance in the construction industry
  • Financial information in decision making
  • Continuous improvement as a business strategy
  • Growing a company by international acquisition
  • Using a range of management styles to lead a business
  • Using market research to relaunch a brand
  • Managing external influences
  • Market research and consumer protection
  • Meeting needs in a competitive sector
  • Building a sustainable supply chain
  • Using innovation to create a competitive advantage
  • Intellectual property rights and entrepreneurship
  • Extending the product life cycle
  • Using PEST analysis to identify external influences
  • Changing work patterns at Lloyds TSB
  • Sustainability through investment
  • Creating strategic direction
  • The use of the marketing mix in product launch
  • Managing risk through effective team-based decision making
  • Meeting responsibilities to stakeholders
  • Customer service as a strategy
  • Portakabin - promoting the brand
  • Training and development as a strategy for growth
  • SWOT analysis in action at Skoda
  • Feeding and fuelling the world through technology
  • How roles and functions contribute to competitive advantage
  • Recruitment and selection at Tesco
  • Driving forward environmental aims and objectives
  • Stakeholders in recycling and re-use at Vodafone
  • Marketing strategy for growth
  • New technology development in the primary sector
  • The product life cycle and online fashion
  • From ice-cream van to Dragons' Den - Duncan Bannatyne
  • Supporting new business start-ups
  • Workforce planning at British Gas
  • The importance of effective communication
  • Sustainable performance in the construction industry
  • Improving strategic decision making
  • Enterprise in the fast lane
  • Product development through continuous improvement
  • Managing firms through the business cycle
  • Recruitment and selection at Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • Using customer service to position a business
  • Investing in safety
  • Delivering the mission statement
  • Developing people through training
  • Highways Agency - PEST analysis
  • SWOT analysis and sustainable business planning
  • Protecting the marketing mix through intellectual property rights
  • Roles and responsibilities within an organisational structure
  • Supply chain from manufacturing to shelf
  • Becoming a lean service organisation
  • Positive about disability
  • London 2012 - achieving the vision
  • Developing a marketing plan
  • Developing people through decision making
  • Developing a motivated workforce
  • Management styles in the oil and gas industry
  • Using the marketing mix to drive change
  • Lean production at Portakabin
  • Recruitment and selection in the energy industry
  • Balancing stakeholder needs
  • Motivation within a creative environment
  • Developing an effective organisational structure
  • How roles and functions contribute to organisational performance
  • Ethical trading and sustainable business
  • How training and development supports business growth
  • Ethically serving stakeholders
  • Use of PEST analysis at UNISON
  • Using technology to improve economies
  • Social responsibility - using resources more efficiently
  • Discovering customer needs through research
  • Workforce planning at British Gas
  • Working within the business cycle
  • Sustainable performance in the construction industry
  • The importance of effective management
  • Controlling cash flow for business growth
  • Overcoming barriers to change
  • Planning a budget
  • Live, breathe and wear passion
  • Motivation in action
  • Meeting business needs through workforce planning
  • Factors affecting organisational structure
  • Intellectual property and the external environment
  • New products from market research
  • The advantages of centralisation
  • The marketing mix in the food industry
  • Training and development at NDA
  • Sectors of industry
  • Using the marketing mix to drive change
  • How the role of marketing drives business forwards
  • Providing customers with ethically sourced garments
  • Corporate Responsibility and stakeholders
  • Managing workforce requirements
  • Balancing stakeholder needs
  • Motivation within a creative environment
  • Job roles at Specsavers
  • Product design through research and development
  • Developing a Human Resource strategy
  • Motivation theory in practice at Tesco
  • Negotiation and representation at work
  • Implementing a new vision at Virgin Trains
  • Managing the supply chain to meet customer needs
  • Providing a customer-centric service
  • Competitive advantage through efficiency
  • Adding value through asset optimisation
  • Motivation within an innovative work environment
  • Meeting business needs through training and development
  • Communicating with stakeholders
  • Roles, responsibilities and career development
  • Stakeholders as partners
  • Sustainable performance in the construction industry
  • Decision making across the business cycle
  • Using teamwork to build a better workplace
  • Locating a business to enhance the customer experience
  • Calculating and managing risk
  • Using promotion to position a brand
  • Creating a winning marketing mix
  • Responding to changes in the market environment
  • Building a better workplace through motivation
  • Using sports marketing to engage with consumers
  • Developing competitive advantage through customer service
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Using the marketing mix to drive change
  • Achieving growth through product development
  • Engaging with stakeholders
  • Engaging consumers through word-of-mouth marketing
  • Corporate Responsibility and stakeholders
  • Investment appraisal in action
  • Competitive advantage through diversity
  • Business ethics and sustainability in the steel industry
  • Developing appropriate leadership styles
  • Delivering a business strategy
  • Using promotion to campaign for public services
  • A customer-centred approach to providing insurance

Product Details

Pages: 1035
Language: English
Publisher: Business Case Studies (18/06/2013)
ISBN: 978-1-909918-29-0
Number of volumes: 1

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