Case Study Solution

| Project Shakti- Case Study Answers | Pranay NarayaniRoll no 95PGDM Marketing | | 1. What are the key features of Shakti What are its positive aspects and what are its drawbacks Project Shakti is a rural distribution initiative of Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) that targets small villages populated by less than 5000 individuals. Project Shakti benefits business by enhancing HUL??™s direct rural reach, and by enabling HUL??™s brands to communicate effectively in media-dark regions. It also impacts society by creating livelihood opportunities for underprivileged rural women. Project Shakti consists of the Shakti Entrepreneur program which creates livelihood opportunities for underprivileged rural women Key features of project Shakti are: * It is an effective channel to reach to rural market which is not easily possible with the usual sales and distribution channel. * It also carries social objective along with it as it helps empowers the women of the village to enable them to support the...
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Freedom

Chris Pape or "Freedom", graffiti artist Statue of Freedom, a statue on top of the U.S. Capitol dome in Washington, D.C. [edit] Animation Freedom Project, an original video animation series ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam, a fictional weapon in the Gundam SEED and Destiny anime television series ZGMF-X20A Strike Freedom Gundam, a similar fictional weapon [edit] Books Freedom (Franzen novel), a novel (due in 2010) by Jonathan Franzen Freedom (Suarez novel), a novel by Daniel Suarez [edit] Film and television Freedom (2001 film), a 2001 Argentine film Freedom (TV series), a short-lived television series in 2000 [edit] Music Freedom (band), a psychedelic rock band Freedom Records, a jazz label Freedom Williams, an American hip-hop and dance music performer [edit] Albums Freedom (Akon album) (2008) Freedom (Sheena Easton album) (1997/2007) Freedom (Andy Griggs album) (2002) Freedom (Mandisa album) (2009) Freedom (Santana album) (1987) Freedom (Michael W. Smith album) (2000) Freedom (Yothu Yindi album) (1993) Freedom (Neil Young album) (1989) [edit] Songs "Freedom" (Erasure song) "Freedom" (Jimi Hendrix song) "Freedom" (Isley Brothers song) "Freedom" (Solange Knowles song) "Freedom" (Paul McCartney song) "Freedom" (Rage Against the Machine song) "Freedom" (The Sons of Champlin song) "Freedom"...
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Case Study Stage 1

Case Study, Stage 1: Business Environment Analysis Perform a detailed Porters Five Forces analysis for your Hometown Deli, addressing each force in one or two sentences and defining the force, its impact on the Deli and your strategy or strategies for dealing with it.? ?  ??? Since the customers have a wide array of options to select from The Hometown Delis buyer power is high. Offering some type of loyalty customer rewards would help to lower the force. Also a coupon punch card may be a good idea as well. ??? The supplier power is low; as there are a great number of suppliers that offer various deliveries options and also have the capability due to having internet access and have multiple deliveries options to choose from which will allow for best value and price. ??? The threat of substitute products or services...
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French and Spanish Colonial Periods

French and Spanish Colonial Periods The colonial periods of the French and Spanish were handled very differently. The French tended to be stricter, while the Spanish were more generous and supportive. The Spanish were slightly less oppressive of slaves, and the social ways of the Spanish led to more ???mixing??? of people. The Spanish were more strategic and allowed cultural influence to flourish, while the French were more oppressive. Ultimately, all of these reasons directly relate to why the Spanish had a greater influence on Louisiana. France had three major reasons for the founding of the Louisiana colony. The first reason was because had a rivalry between Great Britain and Spain, and both countries had established colonies in the Carolinas and at Pensacola. Secondly, France feared either England or Spain would move into the Mississippi River valley if they did not do it first. Protection was...
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Case Study Starbucks Corporation

Introduction Wake up and smell the coffee ??“ Starbucks is everywhere. The U.S.??™s no. 1 specialty coffee retailer, Starbucks operates nearly 4,000 coffee shops in a variety of locations (office buildings, shopping centers, airport terminals, supermarkets) in some 20 countries worldwide. Starbucks sells coffee drinks and beans, pastries, and other food items and beverages, as well as mugs, coffeemakers, coffee grinders, and storage containers. The company also sells its beans to restaurants, businesses, airlines, and hotels, and it offers mail-order and online catalogs. Global Consumer Products (CPG) operations sell a selection of whole bean and ground coffees as well as a selection of premium Tazo teas through licensing arrangements in U.S. and international markets. CPG operations also produce and sell ready-to-drink beverages that include, among others, bottled Frappuccino beverages, Starbucks??™ DoubleShot espresso drinks, and Discoveries chilled cup coffee, as well as Starbucks??™ super-premium ice creams and Starbucks??™ Coffee and Cream Liqueurs, through its joint ventures and marketing and distribution...
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French Cinema Essay

French Cinema Essay ???Jeunet??™s Post-Modern style creates a unique experience for his audience???. Discuss with close reference to Amelie and Delicatessen. Jeunet??™s films take the audience on a bizarre ride, to places they have never been. Two of Jeunet??™s films, Amelie and Delicatessen are completely different but both create a unique experience for the audience and are, in some ways, distinctively similar. In both Amelie and Delicatessen, Jeunet uses colour, characters and themes to bring the story together and to deliver a production that the audience would never expect. Jeunet uses colour very creatively in his films. Just by adjusting the colouring, he can make the audience see differences in small things and make them sense changes in emotions. In Amelie, Jeunet uses colour change to show when Amelie moves from childhood to adulthood. The colours change from sepia tones to lighter, real colours. This suggests that Amelie is moving from a safe, secure childhood, to the real world that...
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Case Study the Ford Pinto Fires

Case Study: The Ford Pinto Fires Allen Hayes MGT/216 May 10, 2010 Bob Brantley Case Study: The Ford Pinto Fires What Would You Do In 1962 President John F. Kennedy gave a speech which laid the foundation for what would later be called The Consumer Bill of Rights. These rights were as follows: 1. The right to safety 2. The right to be informed 3. The right to choose 4. The right to be heard This was the setting in the late 1960s when Ford Motors developed the idea for the Ford Pinto. Foreign automobile manufacturers dominated the small car market in the Unites States at this time. Ford designed and produced the Pinto in a time of a little less than two years instead of the usual three and a half years. The first production year was 1971. ...
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French Language

CAREER OBJECTIVE To be a part of a Dynamic Organization where in return of my organizational skills, operations management abilities and analytical aptitude, I receive work which is increasingly challenging and tests my potential all the time, exploring me to new learning??™s and development in psychological, social, economic and spiritual aspects. PERSONAL PROFILE Sex: Female Marital Status: Single ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS ? Masters in Business Administration (M. B. A.) with Specialization in Marketing Management ? Masters of Science (M.Sc.) Chemistry ??“ Part I ? Bachelor of Science ??“ (B.Sc.) Life Sciences PROJECT WORK ...
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Case Study

Case study: Figgie International (Part Four) Written by Danting WU ???The few, the proud, the totally insane??? & World Class What??™s that Abstract of these two parts: Dr. Figgie wanted to make Clark Reliance be a world-class project. Although the project was failed, Harry didn??™t blame the doctor for the problems. He thought the trouble was in the difficulty of what the company wanted to do. No company had ever implemented world-class manufacturing in a production environment like Clark Reliance. Problems were constantly surfaced. Nevertheless, Figgie let his son try the same thing with the big company??™s money. To change Clark Reliance to a word-class manufacturer in 10 to 12 weeks seemed a difficult and impossible task for the whole team. Although Dr. Figgie and Schwartz approved everything, Deloitte consultants controlled the information and by doing so made key decisions and they wanted to operate with ???minimal human effort???. Actually, they did make some strides. In order to get approval...
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French Meals

Traditional French Breakfast (Petit Djeuner) A classic French breakfast should be kept simple. - Drink: Tea, Coffee, or Chocolate - Food: Baguettes cut or broken into tartines (six-inch long segments). Topped with real butter and a hint of apricot or strawberry jam is the French way, but if you are watching your cholesterol intake feel free to use a butter alternative. Cant find baguettes in your area Thats alright, any fresh bread will do - even if store bought. * Traditional French Lunch (Djeune) "Snacking" is a word the French may know but do not practice because their main meals last so long. A traditional French lunch consists of a two to five course meal beginning at noon and ending at two oclock p.m. - Drink: Wine, Champagne, or Cocktails - First Course: Your favorite veggies cut-up in bite-sized pieces. - Second Course: A salad of your favorite vegetables topped with oil and vinegar or a French dressing of some sort. - Third Course: Your...
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