Edition 7: This case study looks at how Nasdaq aims to achieve its vision to create a truly global securities market, without geographic boundaries or time limits, that will put leading companies in contact with a broadening pool of investors worldwide.
Edition 3: In this case study, we look at a very important relationship for an increasing number of small and medium sized businesses in this country - the one that they build up with investors.
Edition 9: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: distinguish between short term and long term assets, understand the need for a strategy for growth, identify some indicators of financial success.
Edition 8: This case study examines how in 1999 MFI recognised the need to make key changes in order to develop a successful competitive strategy.
It focuses the link between NFTE and a range of small businesses set up by students within one school and helps to show students what areas of business need to be understood before starting up a small enterprise.
Edition 9: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: understand the concept of franchising , understand the advantages to the franchisee , understand the advantages to the franchisor.Edition 6: This case study looks at how Jaguar, one of the world's most prestigious car manufacturers, has been involved in a culture change programme to create new ways of working for the twenty-first century.Edition 14: This case study looks at a structured approach to decision making.It shows how CIMA-trained management accountants have the skills to offer strategic and practical advice and can contribute to effective decision making at all levels in a business.Edition 13: This case study looks at the roles and duties that management accountants cover in a business and at CIMA, an organisation which supports management accountants through training and certification.In particular it focuses on how the organisation has managed its finances more effectively.Edition 7: This case study shows how Rolls-Royce has identified key areas of the marine markets on which to focus.Edition 17: This case study looks at how IMI has developed its strategy of â€˜Engineering Advantageâ€™, combining its skills and knowledge, customer insight and innovation to achieve global market leadership.Edition 10: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: appreciate the importance of carefully planning any new initiative, understand the relationship between aims and objectives, and ends and means, value the importance of making objectives SMART.Edition 9: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: differentiate between Ansoff’s four growth strategies, show why market research was important to Dixons in choosing strategies, understand how a SLEPT analysis helps to inform strategic decision making.Edition 9: As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: understand why businesses need ongoing investment in plant, people and products, identify three main ways of appraising/evaluating investment opportunities, describe ways in which Hazlewood Sandwiches has invested in its employees.