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Business Management 1
NO.1 REMAINS OF A DREAM
Q1. Identify and analyse the environmental factors in this case.
Q2. Who were all responsible for this tragic end?
Q3. It is right on the part of the government and promotional agencies to woo entrepreneurs by promising facilities and incentives which they are not sure of being able to provide?
Q4. Should there be legislation to compensate entrepreneurs for the loss suffered due to the irresponsibility of public agencies? What problems are likely to be olved and created by such legislation?
Q5. What are the lessons of this case for an entrepreneur and government and promotional agencies?
NO.2 THE COSTS OF DELAY
Q1. Discuss internal, domestic and global environments of business revealed by this case.
Q2. Discuss whether it is the domestic or global environment that hinders the globalization of Indian business.
Q3. Even if Elf had not acquired Premier Oil, what would have been the impact of the delay in the clearance on IOC?
Q4. What would have been the significance of the foreign acquisition to IOC?
Q5. What are the lessons of this case?
NO.3 NATURAL THRUST
Q1. Explain the environmental factors which Balsara used to its advantage.
Q2. What is the strength of AAII to market ayurvedic toothpaste in USA?
NO.4 THE SWAP
Q1. Examine the internal and external factors behind Reliance’s decision for the swap deal.
Q2. What environmental changes could make swap deal unattractive in future?
Q3.Could there be any strategic reason behind the decision to import and export naphtha?
Q4. Should Reliance import and export naphtha even if it does not provide any profit advantage?
NO.5 A QUESTION OF ETHICS
Q1. Why did Telco land itself in the problem (supply problem in respect of AC kits)?
Q2. If the allegation about the supplier is right, discuss its implications for the supplier.
Q3. Evaluate the ethical issues involved in the case. (Also consider the fact Maruti was 50 percent Government owned.)
NO. 6 DIFFERENT FOR GAMBLE
Q1. Discuss the reasons for the initial failure of P & G in Japan.
Q2. Where did P & G go wrong (if it did) in the evaluation of the Indian market and its strategy?
Q3. Discuss the reasons for the difference in the performance of P & G in India and China.
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