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so right so smart - The Business Case for Sustainability
so right so smart profiles companies on the cutting edge of more sustainable business practices who are proving that being environmentally friendly is both good for the earth and good for business. Their inspiring stories of leadership and innovative change…
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Managing Change In Organizations
PART 1 Introduction Change in business is nothing new - it's the pace of change. The digital revolution has destroyed old businesses and created vast new empires. To survive, organizations must be quick to adapt - but people, generally, don't…
The Business Plan In Action: Three Cases Studies
Part of the Series: Essentials of Marketing Collection
Three businesses and three business plans. Why did they need them? What did they put in them? Were they worth it? AIMS & OBJECTIVES: Every business plan should have a company's aims and objectives. The Croft Tea Room has the…
Change & Disruption - An Amazon.com Case Study
The rise of Amazon.com since its start-up in 1994 is the classic case study in disruptive innovation. First an on-line retailer, broadening into a platform for other sellers, Amazon has been guided by the restless spirit of its founder Jeff…
In Search of Quality Volume 1: Quality Through People
Quality through People looks at the important role that the employees of the Wallace Company, a Malcolm Baldrige Award Winner, played in stimulating a quality-based corporate turnaround. Wallace changed from a rigid hierarchical organization into a model of teamwork and…
Four Corners: Tough Calls - A Telemarketing Investigation
ABC
Once derided as fat and featherbedded, Telstra is trimming down. Applauded by an eager crowd of mum and dad shareholders, the lumbering giant is shedding costs and boosting productivity under trainer Sol Trujillo's tough regimen. But increasingly Telstra's 40,000-plus workers…
Global Change Strategies: The Car Industry
PART 1 Introduction - Globalization in the car industry is nothing new. By 1928, General Motors and Ford were making vehicles in 24 countries. The 50s and 60s were the golden age of US and European car makers - but…
Collision Course - Labor Management Relations in America
This film traces the dramatic rise and fall of workplace cooperation at Eastern Airlines. In so doing, the film uncovers the deep-seated assumptions which underlie our culture of industrial relations and prevent us from breaking out of our industrial impasse.…
The Maverick Solution
BBC
Semco, an engineering firm in Brazil, has no security and no receptionists. There are no secretaries, no managers' offices and no job titles. Those who work on the shop floor decide for themselves when to work and are consulted about…
Greening A Business
In these case studies two very different organisations call in eco-auditor Donnachadh McCarthy to help them operate in a more environmentally sustainable way. Clip #1: "Greening A Business - Episode 1" - Clip #2: "Greening A Business - Episode 2"…
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Bread
A powerful and motivating training program to inspire your people to better service and performance. Tom O'Toole, the charismatic founder of the famous Beechworth Bakery now gives viewers an insight into his business secrets of success. Out of the depths…
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