Transcript: Reflections Brief description of the case Use an engaging presentation method PowerPoint Prezi Nearpod Any other presentation method that has been approved by me Why did you pick this case for this case study? Presentation Method Title What is the title of your case? ex: 1989 San Diego, CA Evidence ex. Savoy at Dayton Station Apartment Complex, 11 pm What was the legal outcome? Sentencing? When and Where Relation to Focal Point Grade Year, geographic location Outcome Keep it simple! These are guidelines for the information you should include in your case study What Forensic Evidence Witness testimony How did the suspect become a suspect? Did the suspect have the means, motive, and opportunity? (MMO) Physical location/time of day Use note format that focuses on key points No long sentences Each case study will have a specific focal point Keep it short and to the point Do not present by standing at the front of the room reading sentences!! Is this a famous or well known case? If so, why? Famous Case? Case Study Template How does this case relate to the assignment focal point? Your grade will be based on Content Presentation Effort Effective use of class time
Transcript: I believe employees should be part of our decision making steps. Why? Easy. Thanks to you guys we are here today. Strong, we have our costumers and they love our service. We would provide some bonuses so your also getting extra money but we don't have to add it on ever pay check so we will also save money. We will get more work done in less time. Possibility to have better attitude because you'll be receiving more in your paycheck. We're going to make this happen the following way: Let's have a reunion. Every little thought is going to be placed on the table, and we'll talk about it. Surveys will be a key to our success as a staff. I'll ask what employees want and what they don't want. Communication is the major key in our business and that's what we'll have from now on. This would lead to better employees Workers are calling in sick. Part-time workers at earn the minimum wage, have no kind of benefits, and the most important, they are not involved in decision making. Coffee Bean Cafe Mariah Rodriguez & Megan Hickman WHY? Christmas bonuses will be offered. If you work overtime, those overtime hours will be worth more tham your usual salary. WHAT? HOW? How can we make this possible? Raises & Benefits
Transcript: a.Do you think Under Armour will need more developed structures to effectively lead its growing workforce? b.What sort of pressures do you think are placed on Human Resources in hiring, training, and compensating a growing workforce? c.What factors might influence Under Armour’s strategy regarding domestic and international expansion? Marketing Finance SIANNA TECCO, ALEXA COHEN, SHANE MCMURTRY, MATTHEW MONTGOMERY, HAFIDZUDIN MOHAMAD IDRIS Supply Chain and Information Systems / Management Information Systems Management a.What do you think Under Armour should do with all the money it will receive from its IPO?b.How do you think Under Armour’s stock will perform after its IPO?c.Do you think Under Armour’s stock would be a good addition to a diversified portfolio? d.What is the Underwriter’s job in an IPO? e.Do you think investing in Factory Stores like Niketown will increase sales?f.What type of new regulations will Under Armour face after its IPO? Under Armour Accounting CASE STUDY a.What type of accounting changes will take place once the company goes public?b.What will Under Armour have to do to comply with the Sarbanes Oxley Act?c.What type of book keeping strategies should Under Armour use?
Transcript: Produce future pharmacists with sound clinical competency Current Limitations 30 students per rotation 1 site Sustainable ?? The Solution Diversify to include three facets of pharmaceutical care Measure outcomes to support current strategy and sustainability of cognitive services Sustainability Hospital Produce 5 year multicentre study gain government compensation provision of Pharmacist and Students at no cost to site Differentiation Multicentre Study measuring pharmacist's role in health improvement Pharmacist supervised students performing clinical skills Positioning to advocate government Interprofessional Team Pharmacist Preceptors Access to Patient Information Aliya Kassamali Jeannine Oliver Keith Miller Linda McDougall Multicentre 5 year Study Influential Pharmacy Leadership Pharmacy Advocacy Government Influence Mixed model reimbursement: MedsCheck Service menu for out of pocket Competent 4th year students Startup funding for new clinics Government Stimulus Packages Research Project Grants Counselling & Clinical Services 2 student 1 pharmacist multicentre measurements advocacy University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy Mission Statement Standardized Experiences UW Clinical Capstone Our mission is to create confident, prepared and multi-faceted professionals who will lead and evolve the meaning and dynamics of pharmacy. We strive to be unbounded in our sense of community and approaches to life-long learning, and dare to ask "why not?" as we daily create our bold history. Business Level Strategy Co-op Experience 16 months Clinical Focus Measure program success product Pain Clinic Women's health Antiocoagulation Diabetes Education Centre Renal Program Geriatric Consultation Clinic Palliative Care Program promotion Community Competitive Advantage Family Health Team Value Creation Differentiation - No cost provision of Pharmacist and student services Established Ambulatory Clinics 1. Benchmark for other programs 2. Community Involvement 3. Future Pharmacy Leaders 4. Professional Advocacy process
Transcript: Da'ron Argrett Client Logo Proposal 10/31/2019 Sales & Marketing Wondering why breakfast, lunch and dinner are different per season? Executive Summary Executive Summary Problem Solution Projected Result Company Intro Company Intro Client Detail Client Detail Client Detail Our Team Our Team Thomas One Founder Greta Two Co-Founder James Three Partner Janet Four Editor Frank Five Director Ben Six Assistant Our Clients Our Clients Client Detail Client Detail Client Detail Client Detail The Brief The Brief Objectives Objectives Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Strategy Strategy First Action First Action Second Action Second Action Third Action Third Action Third Action Third Action Next Steps Next Steps Timeline Timeline #1 #2 #3 Pricing Pricing OFFER 1 $1,000 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 5 OFFER 2 $2,000 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 5 $3,000 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 5 OFFER 3 Remodel interior and exterior Advertising Lunch/ Dinner/ Breakfast Specials Delivery Solutions Next Steps Remodel Interior Advantages Could draw people in Help with the overall feel of the restaurant Have entrainment Looks friendly Disadvantages Budget is Tight Time to upgrade Remodel Interior/Exterior Remodel Interior Title Advantages Draw more people in Increase Presence Interests People Disadvantages Tight Budget Could get over crowded Advertising Title Next Steps Next Steps
Transcript: Advertising to the retail stores. Licensing to manufacturers. Customer Benefit What were some factors that made them successful? Problem Recognition -> Less Hooking! Pro Forma Income Statement (Based upon Seacliff Products) Save Money All the fishing gear manufacturers. Other gear inventors who hold patents for hooks. Inventors of the future with better ideas Customers & Reaching Customers 1. Explain Ideas 2. Describe Business Model 3. Evaluation 4. Questions/Feedback Or Sifting Ideas into truer business opportunities Possible Next Topics? statistics drawn from the 1996 Fish and Wildlife Survey Source: http://www.bplans.com/fishing_equipment_business_plan/market_analysis_summary_fc.php#ixzz2zfznqmgR Will become obvious once anglers use the hook and hook works properly for them. The hook will be needed more in regions that are more rocky or weedy. Market Size CH 1. CH 2. - Creating Value; Significant Profit Potential; A Good Fit; Durability; Financing The 1996 survey, which is the source of most statistics on the fishing industry, reports that the number of saltwater fishermen increased six percent between 1991-1996. During the same period, freshwater fishermen declined four percent. However, expenditures on the sport increased at a much greater rate. Fishing expenditures increased 37%, and the number of days spent fishing increased 22% when compared with the 1991 survey. Guidelines about what to look for and where before the analysis? Generate Higher Satisfaction. 1. Is Killer's Technique Necessary? 2. A Creative Idea Can Be Enough? Analyzing some successful start up companies!! Market Evaluation for Weedless Hook All anglers are customers, especially those who enjoy lure fishing. Market Growth To start up a business... Customer Awareness of Need Competitors Class Outline -Lose less utilities (time, feelings, etc.) while fishing, which lead to higher satisfaction. Problem Solving with Innovative Ideas Intro: Summary of Entrepreneur's Toolkit Idea 1: Innovation Weedless Hook - Ideas are an important element of success for entrepreneurs, but they're not as important as personal background, motivation, and attitude. - Traits for entrepreneurial success: comfort in stretching the rules; being prepared to make powerful enemies; having patience to start small; a willingness to change strategy quickly; and knowing how to close a deal. Business Case Study: Weedless Hook Innovation -Lose less amount of hooks thus saving more money without any need to buy additional hooks. Summary of Entrepreneur's Toolkit The fishing market for the hook is quite large. The overall market is valued at $300 million. There are over 39.1 million anglers in the U.S.A. who have fished over 618 million days while taking 807 million trips. What is even more exciting is the growth rate of this industry. Between 1955-1996 the number of anglers has increased at over twice the rate of the U.S. population.
Transcript: TV advertisement Business Case Study Social media -- 59.6% respondents eat fast-food less than three times a month --78.6% respondents had a family income less than 4000 CNY per month (1 US$ = 8.3 CNY in 2005) --56.3% were married. Reason: Food Advertising Thank you for your listening! The reason is: Gender: 49.3% female and 50.7% male. Social media Reference： Gaber, H. R., & Wright, L. T. (2014). Fast-Food advertising in social media. Journal of Business and Retail Management Research (JBRMR), 9(1), 52-63. Retrieved from https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/5146/d9c6db01f8b476e0485924a33b0ce94a 2693.pdf Morton, H., Stanton, R., Zuppa, J., & Mehta, K. (2005). Food advertising and broadcasting legislation—a case of system failure.Nutrition & Dietetics, 62(1), 26-32. doi.org/10.1111/j.1747-0080.2005.tb00006.x Schlosser, A. E., Shavitt, S., &Kanfer, A. (1999). Survey of Internet users’ attitudes toward Internet advertising. Journal of Interactive Marketing, 13(3), 34-54. Social media TV advertisement The case study researches summary: 1. Asked respondents whether they had heard of the 11 most popular fast-food brands in China with some questions (previous experience, taste, food variety, inexpensive/expensive, food&service quality, restaurant environment, location). 2. Gave each respondent a coupon for 10 CNY(about US$1.2) off the price of a selected fast-food brand, then measured their attitude and intention scores. Lots of studies have shown that coupon can change consumers' attitudes and behaviors toward packaged goods. cheap in the United States, such is not the case in China where McDonald's and KFC are still expensive options for the average citizen. A low-income family of three, for example, will spend a significant portion of the primary wage earner's monthly salary for a meal at McDonald's. With limited resources, average Chinese citizens will probably be price conscious and favor coupon redemption. Food Advertising Entered into China in the 1990s 1, Social media 2,TV advertisement 3, Coupon In almost all cases, a coupon influences a focal brand positively. However, it only changes consumers' purchase intentions but not their attitudes. Social media + Coupons = New Promotion Method Effective international management of sales promotions is crucial to the success of many consumer products and services. For example: Ex case study: Effects of coupons on brand categorization and choice of fast foods in China(2005) TV advertisement In my hometown: 20 years ago--several KFC and McDonald's In 2018--more than 20,000 restaurants, KFC： 134 McDonald's： 96 Cheap In other words, (Creative + development)* Promotion = successful Promotion KFC and McDonald's all enjoyed market pioneer positions. Because the Chinese fast-food industry is still in the early growth stage. However, as socioeconomic patterns shift and the Chinese middle-class grows, they are still dominating the chinese fast food market now even the number of competitors are keeping increasing. Following the society and technology development. -- 68% respondents were 39 years old or less; 56% were having a high school education or less --Reflecting the one-child per-family birth control policy, officially in effect since 1979, the typical family size consisted of three members. Overall, results shows that coupon is a very effective promotional tool for educating and persuading Chinese consumers. At that time Chinese average income is around a low standard, the coupon offered was enough of an incentive to change consumers' negative attitudes and intentions even toward the brands in the reject set. Coupons
Transcript: BUSINESS CASE STUDY Presented by: Team BLL INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION: Rashid Farms is a private limited company. It is a manufacturing business as well as a retail business. It aims to expand by opening a new factory but they lack finance so RF is considering outsourcing. RF plans to launch a new product by the name "Maize Crunchies", they have drafted a marketing plan. RF wants to purchase additional farms from its rival ABC ( Africa Brand Cereal) The CEO has a democratic leadership style as he encourages delegation. To what extent will a marketing plan ensure that the new "maize crunchies" product is profitable? QUESTION 1 The MARKETING plan of Rashid Farms will identify the effectiveness of marketing initiatives. it will give a direction to the firm stakeholders will know the future venture of the firm it will help estimate the cost of production and operation the estimate profit that could be generated it will encourage the shareholders to invest in the business it will show the target market, competitors,position of brand It will allow the business to be proactive and aligned with your vision & goals. it will outline a time frame it will list the marketing strategies and channels to be used It will give a clear process to RF as it will act as a signal to reduce costs and increase efficiency if necessary . in the long-run RF will be able to assess the profitability of MAIZE CRUNCHIES. so it will enable the business to decide the product launch i)Calculate the NET PROFIT MARGIN of RF in 2016 ii) Briefly assess one way in which RF's net profit margin could be increased QUESTION 2 part 1 NET PROFIT MARGIN= Net Profit ⁄ Total revenue x 100 45.5($m)/9.6($m) x 100 = 21.1% (1 d.p) RF can increase it's net profit margin by two methods: Increasing sales revenue: RF can increase its sales revenue by either increasing the sales or the selling price of the product. however this may not be the best option for RF because it is a slow growing market. Hence reducing expenses will be a better option Reducing expenses: RF'S Profit margin will considerably increase if they reduce the cost of production. It can buy cheap supplies, lay off excess employees, reduce salaries, reduce overheads, benefit from economies of scale and take longer credit periods from suppliers. It should also save money on insurance, advertise through inexpensive platforms such as social media and increase its incomes. part 2 Discuss whether RF should always consider the interests of stakeholders as more important than profit QUESTION 3 Profit in order to satisfy the stakeholder groups profit is a crucial element a profitable business will attract shareholders to invest as they will be guaranteed high returns in the form of dividends a high profit will bring more future prospects for the business such as expansion and takeovers. RF will be able to pay its expenses promptly. paying creditors and short term liabilities will be easier Recommendation for Rashid Farms: in summation, profit is more important than stakeholders as it is the main aim of all private sector businesses. although satisfying stakeholders is important but lack of profit will result in the failure of Rashid Farms Profit Stakeholder stakeholders are important for a business as they need to be satisfied. Banks for instance will provide a business with loans and is one of the major sources of finance only if satisfied with the business's performance. Employees will also be motivated if they are treated well and all legal controls are taken care off. It is particularly important for RF as their employees are not currently satisfied with the management. if customers are unsatisfied with the quantity and quality of the product then sales will decline and so will profit. stakeholders will give RF practical and financial support. Stakeholders
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