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American Solar, Inc.: An Innovative Solar Start Up

Authors: Hallows, Karen; White, Susan V.
Product Type: Cases
Source: North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
Publication Year: 2015

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The firm's owners, John Archibald and Kathryn McGeehan, wanted to sell their solar thermal roofing as cost effective systems, not dependent on tax credits to make them economical as was the case with solar photovoltaic electric (PV electric) generation. Kathryn and John knew that a hotel chain-Hannover Inns-was going out asking for bids from roofing companies to replace their roofs. They wanted to prepare a quote for replacing the roofs along with a presentation, based on cost savings, that could help take their firm to a higher sales level.

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The Price of Dignity - Labor Rights in Peru

Authors: Villaran, Alonso; Bird, Matthew
Product Type: Cases
Source: Universidad del Pacífico (Perú); CLADEA-BALAS Case Consortium
Publication Year: 2014

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On February 23, 2012, a special commission appointed by Peru's Labor Ministry submitted a technical report on how to consolidate the country's national labor regulations into a single law, as had been done in other Latin American countries. Instead of bringing the sides together, however, drafting of the new law had ended up widening the gap between stakeholders.

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Lundbeck's Pentobarbital Human Rights Dilemma or when Good Intentions Turn Lethal: Issues Management within a CSR Context

Authors: Buhmann, Karin; Pedini Rasmussen, Line
Product Type: Cases
Source: Copenhagen Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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This case trains students in handling difficult CSR dilemmas that may arise when products are deployed in ways that unintended by the firm result in it potentially or actually being complicit in problems caused by other organisations. Pentobarbital, a product owned by Danish pharmaceutical company Lundbeck, was used in 2010 by US prisons to execute prisoners sentenced to death. The product was licensed for treatment of epilepsy and as an anaesthetic. Its use to induce intentional death was unauthorised and unintended…

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Aarong: Social Enterprise for Bangladesh’s Rural Poor

Authors: Chattopadhyay, Amitava; Wee, Jean
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2015

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Aarong, the retail arm of BRAC, a non-profit development organisation based in Bangladesh, was created in 1978 to provide employment, income generation and social development opportunities for underprivileged women through the revival and promotion of Bangladeshi handicrafts. The competition, however, was intensifying, both from local retailers in individual categories as well as foreign players, such as from India. How could Aarong compete in a global market?

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Carris Corporation: Incentive Plan Program

Authors: Betit, Cecile G.; Rao, Jay
Product Type: Cases
Source: Babson College
Publication Year: 1998

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For several years, William H. (Bill) Carris (President and CEO) looked for ways to bring employees into the business. From the beginning Michael (Mike) Curran (Vice-President and COO) had been not in favor of implementing short-term incentives at that time. But having worked with Bill for 20 years, Mike knew when Bill’s mind was set on proceeding...

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Bhutan: Governing for Happiness

Authors: Reinert, Sophus A.; Humphrey, Thomas; Safran, Benjamin
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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Was there really a tradeoff between growth and happiness, and, if so, was it acceptable? In early 2014, Bhutan's newly minted Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay was faced with these questions as he deliberated on whether to approve a massive new Bhutanese-Indian hydropower collaboration that experts argued would provide energy, foreign exchange, and invaluable jobs, but which also risked undermining the country's brand as well as its happiness.

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Stella McCartney

Authors: Keinan, Anat; Crener, Sandrine
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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As climate change is becoming a more pressing issue, companies are pressured to embrace a more sustainable approach to their business. With fashion and luxury industries progressively rising to this challenge, what does it mean for Stella McCartney's brand's ethos to be a responsible, honest, and modern company?

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Solar Geoengineering

Authors: Lassiter, Joseph B.; Puzio, Stephanie
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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The question that Keith and many other climate scientists wanted to answer was: could humanity learn how to design, deploy, and manage cooling effects to manage the threats from climate change?

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San Miguel: After Dr. Benito (B)

Author: Euchner, Charles
Product Type: Cases
Source: Yale School of Management
Publication Year: 2015

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In May of 2014, two months after the Global Network for Advanced Management published its case study about San Miguel, Dr. Benito Manrique de Lara, the charismatic founder of the company, died. The death shocked the small community of Huixcazdha...

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The Manager (A, B)

Authors: Freeman, R. Edward; Mead, Jenny; Stuart, Nicholas Thomas
Product Type: Cases
Source: Darden School of Business
Publication Year: 2006

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When a senior audit partner at a well-established Washington-based audit firm discovers that one of his employees has disseminated inaccurate information, the partner must figure out the reason--lack of communication, racial tension, or misguided management are all possibilities--and subsequently decide what course of action to take.

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