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Transforming Culture in the Kingdom: How Saudi Telecom Focused on People to Compete in the Digital Age: Saudi Telecom must transition from a government-run entity to a business competing on the open market. Early in its transition phase, STC recognized it would need to transform its employee and company culture to succeed.

Blurring the Lines Between Business and Government: Salesforce and CEO Activism: Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff decides to ban company travel to and reduce business in Indiana after that state signs into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act – criticized as discriminatory to the LGBTQ community.

Dell: Upcycling Ocean Plastics Through Supply Chain Innovation: The case presents scientific information on the causes, scale, and impact of the ocean plastics problem and provides background on Dell’s involvement in other sustainable packaging initiatives.

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The University of Michigan Endowment Fund: Divesting from Fossil Fuels
This case analyzes the University of Michigan (U-M) Endowment Fund’s capability and potential responsibility to divest from fossil fuels. Similar educational institutions, such as the University of California system, had…
Publication Date: 09/09/2020 Product ID: 1-764-030
The Costa Rican Software Corridor: Startup Develops Expansion Plans for Latin America
In the 1990s, San José, Costa Rica, was beginning to emerge as a Latin American hot spot for the information technology sector. SPS Software, a small startup in San José,…
Publication Date: 08/10/2020 Product ID: 1-369-193
Ring Inc. and Law Enforcement: The Cost of Keeping Neighborhoods Safe
This case examines the technology of Ring, Inc. and how the technology is used by customers and law enforcement agencies. While Ring and its partners report that its camera-equipped smart…
Publication Date: 07/27/2020 Product ID: 8-938-615
Amazon in Emerging Markets
This case leads to a vibrant discussion and comparative analysis of Amazon’s strategies across three major emerging markets. Amazon is known to virtually every student, making an illustration of internationalization…
Publication Date: 08/01/2014 Product ID: 1-429-401
H&M’s Global Supply Chain Management Sustainability: Factories and Fast Fashion
The H&M case is set immediately after the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh. The case explores questions of who is to blame and how it should be addressed. There is…
Publication Date: 02/08/2014 Product ID: 1-429-373
Uber and the Sharing Economy: Global Market Expansion and Reception
Alexander Cooper is gearing up to lead an expansion strategy for the scrappy and super successful car sharing service, Uber. While the company has not been without its controversy, it…
Publication Date: 02/19/2016 Product ID: 1-430-479

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