Essays about: "case studies in strategic management"

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  1. 1. Supporting the Innovation Process

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Daniel Åhré; Oscar Månsson; [2021]
    Keywords : Innovation Processes; Informal Control; Innovation Management; Product Innovations; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Abstract Title: Supporting the Innovation Process – An Exploration of Informal Control Mechanisms within Product Innovation Processes Seminar date: June 3, 2021 Authors: Oscar Månsson & Daniel Åhré Supervisor: Ulf Ramberg Course: BUSN09 – Degree Project in Strategic Management Purpose: This thesis aims to explore and understand the influence of informal control mechanisms within product innovation processes. Theoretical framework: The innovation process is considered to be an essential source for competitive advantage where innovation processes can be phrased as the organisation’s invention, development and implementation of ideas. READ MORE

  2. 2. Examination of Strategic Management Accounting Techniques among SMEs (Perception of the Usefulness, Adoption, and Outcomes) : A multiple Case Study of SMEs in the Food Processing Industry in Nigeria

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för ekonomistyrning och logistik (ELO)

    Author : Muhammad Naveed Akhtar; Kayode Olumide Eniodunmo; [2021]
    Keywords : Strategic Management Accounting Techniques; Small and Medium Scale Enterprises; Food Processing Industry of Nigeria;

    Abstract : Purpose: This thesis examines the perception of the usefulness of SMAT, its adoption, and expected outcomes among SMEs in the food processing industry of Nigeria. Research Questions: Three research questions have been addressed in this thesis; (1)What is the perception of the usefulness of SMAT among SMEs in the food processing industry in Nigeria? (2) What leads to SMEs adoption of SMAT (antecedents) among SMEs in the food processing industry in Nigeria? and (3) What outcomes (consequences) are believed to result from using SMAT among SMEs in the food processing industry in Nigeria?  Methodology: Qualitative studies are employed to handle empirical data gathering by semi structural interviews from four SMEs in the food processing industry in Nigeria. READ MORE

  3. 3. Upholding the Humanitarian Principles in Conflict Areas – Challenges and Compromises: The Cases of Syria and Afghanistan

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för Riskhantering och Samhällssäkerhet

    Author : Yannick Meyer; Paula Richardson Jané; [2021]
    Keywords : Humanity; Neutrality; Impartiality; Independence; Remote Management; Risk Transfer; Donor-Dependency; Counter-Terrorism; Local Capacity; Technology and Engineering; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In recent years localising humanitarian aid has been a strategic direction for many humanitarian organisations to give local actors more ownership and make humanitarian interventions more efficient. Nevertheless, in conflict situations localising humanitarian aid can result in a series of dilemmas. READ MORE

  4. 4. Strategic management of intellectual property in the field of vehicle autonomy and connectivity : A case study in the truck manufacturing field

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för samhällsbyggnad och industriell teknik

    Author : Philip Åkerblom; [2021]
    Keywords : Intellectual property; Intellectual property management; Intellectual property strategy; Autonomous vehicles; Autonomy; Connectivity; Heavy-duty trucks.;

    Abstract : The truck manufacturing field is expected to go through a disruptive change in the coming decade(s) due to a predicted implementation of autonomous (self-driving) heavy-duty vehicles. Here, companies face a challenge in that autonomous vehicles (AV) will include technologies and competences from multiple industries. READ MORE

  5. 5. Licence to Talk : Sustainability Managers and their Managerial Realities within the Corporate Sustainability Paradox

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Mounia El hajjari Borg; Elin Sundberg; [2021]
    Keywords : Sustainability managers; sustainability-dedicated professionals; sustainable development; sustainable management; corporate sustainability; corporate paradox; CSR; stakeholders; governance; sustainability strategies; communication; strategic communication; sustainability reporting; non-financial disclosure; private sector in Sweden; paradox approach; paradox perspective; business case; social and environmental responsibility; organizations; multinationals; MNC; Nils Brunsson; organizational theory; organizational hypocrisy; neo-institutionalism; organizational individuals; organizational tension on the individual level; decision-making; action; business operations; isomorphism; institutional logics; market logics; reporting frameworks; GRI; global reporting initiative; walk the talk; change making; change agent; systemic change; behaviour and human resources; identity work; organizational sociology; legitimacy; organizational external and internal pressures.; Hållbarhetschefer; hållbarhetsrelaterade roller; hållbar utveckling; hållbar ledning; hållbarhet; paradox; CSR; intressenter; styrning; hållbarhetsstrategier; kommunikation; strategisk kommunikation; hållbarhetsrapportering; icke-finansiell information; privat sektor i Sverige; paradox perspektiv; affärsstrategi; socialt och miljöansvar; organisationer; multinationella företag; MNC; Nils Brunsson; organisationsteori; organizational hypocrisy; hyckleri; neo-institutionalism; organisatoriska individer; individnivå; beslutsfattande; affärsverksamhet; isomorfism; institutionell logik; marknadslogik; rapporteringsramverk; GRI; global reporting initiativ; walk the talk; förändringsarbete; förändringsagent; systemförändring; beteende och mänskliga resurser; identitetsarbete; organisatorisk sociologi; legitimitet; externa och interna påtryckningar.;

    Abstract : While sustainability-dedicated managers and related titles represent a profession that has hardly existed for more than a decade, it is not surprising that the field of research concentrating on these professionals is in itself relatively new. With an increasing demand for corporations to take their social and environmental responsibility, and a corporate sustainability characterized by tension and paradox, we found it of importance to explore the role and entanglements of these professionals. READ MORE