Tag: Case study

Improvement of Web Presence in Local Bed and Breakfast a Chatham Case Study

ABSTRACT A bed and breakfast (or B&B) is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast, but usually does not offer other meals (Shklar L, and Rosen R. 2009). Typically, bed and breakfasts are private homes with fewer than 10 bedrooms available for commercial use.Bed and Breakfast can be operated either as a …

An investigation of relationship marketing to gain competitive advantage in the Supply Chain Industry: A case study of Dhillon Dairy Ltd.

1. Introduction 1.1 Introduction and background This was a case study approach on relationship marketing in the supply chain through Dhillon Dairy Ltd. Dhillon Dairy Ltd is based in the United Kingdom and is involved the dairy industry. As such it provides dairy food which is perishable in nature. Perishable foods have a short term …

A Case study on Knowledge Management Practices

INTRODUCTION Chapter 1 “Knowledge management will never work until corporations realize it’s not about how you capture knowledge but how you create and leverage it.” (Etienne Wenger) In early time period, information systems were the source for the management of production processes as the production planning and raw material as well in the factory. The …

Who creates meaning in a film – the director or the spectator? With reference to critical texts and using examples, discuss the notion that the film spectator is as important as the film author in the creation of meaning. Choose a recent animated film, or body of films, and make a case study analysis of the creation of meaning within that film/s.

Introduction In An Introduction to Film Studies (2001), Jill Nelmes talks about the different types of spectator, the first being the ‘passive spectator’, the Linguistic Theory suggests that “we can only think outside the terms that language provides us with; indeed language does our thinking for us, it speaks us” (Nelmes, 2001: 105), and that …

The case study of a client the author met during her placement period in one of the NHS trust.

Introduction This essay is based on the case study of a client the author met during her placement period in one of the NHS trust. Confidentiality will be maintained to protect the clients’ sensitive data as stated under Data protection Act (1998). Therefore, a pseudo name will be used and hospital name withheld throughout the …

How is mathematics necessary towards the decision making process? Case Study of Tesco

INTRODUCTION: Nowadays, every individuals or businesses organizations uses case study to find a solution of a particular problem. Thus, case study is a widely used tool or method which generate answers to the questions such as ‘why’, ‘what’ and ‘how.’ Therefore, a well written case study should have enough information in it that the readers …

A case study diffuse non-scarring alopecia in an adult female patient and an approach to diagonossis and management female-pattern hair loss in primary care setting

Introduction CASE STUDY Mrs KJ, a 29 year old manager at a busy law firm, presented to her GP complaining of recent sudden onset of hair loss over a period of a few weeks. What prompted her visit to the GP, was noticing large amounts of hair on the bathroom floor whilst on honeymoon, and …

Assessing the effects of evolving consumer expectations of corporate philanthropy on the shareholder and stakeholder primacy models of CSR. A case study of Marks and Spencer

Introduction The purpose of the current research is to ascertain and assess the changes in customer expectations with regard to corporate philanthropy on the stakeholder’s model of CSR. There are many driving factors, which has led to changes in the perspective of corporate philanthropy. The concept of corporate philanthropy entails the act of giving donations …

Dissertation on how customer values lead to competitive advantage. Case study of Dell

1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Background The personal computing industry is one that is constantly evolving and fiercely competitive. Few players have been able to achieve long-term success and this is reflected in hugely changeable industry market shares. The lucrative exceptions to this rule have emerged to lead and define the market through marketing innovation as much …

Change Management Principles in the Privatization of the Public Sector in Saudi Arabia and the impact on the employee: A Case Study of Saudi Telecom Company (STC) in the Mobile Sector

Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Introduction This study will look at the nature of change management in the privatization of the public sector in Saudi Arabia. It is important to understand the nature of change management, but also to understand something about the process of privatization. Understood as the break up of state-run monopolies, privatization is …

Exploring Professional Values: A Case Study Of Holy Rood Catholic Primary School

Abstract Primary schools are important since they act as a foundation of my peoples’ life. This research paper evaluates the aims, values, and activities in Holy Rood catholic primary school, and their relationship to the mission of UNCRC. It aims at finding out what this school does to achieve its objectives. To accomplish this, an …

The term ‘climate change refugee’ has received considerable interest from policymakers and media in the past few years, but recently many researchers have been highly critical of its use. Explain this debate through reference to a particular developing country case study of your choice

Abstract Climate change impacts have been the subject of increasing attention both in the academia and media. A number of scholars have pointed to the increase in climate change induced migration. Despite the popularity of the climate change refugee concept, scholars have in the recent years been highly critical of its use. Most of the …

Case Study Evaluation and Analysis using Leadership Theories and Concepts

Introduction Leadership is one of the most important factors that determine the overall performance of an organisation (Lussier & Achua, 2012). As argued by Hogg,Van Knippenberg and Rast (2012), how leaders in organisation’s delegated duties, make decisions and interact with other members either positively or negatively affects employee output and thus influences the attainment of …

An Investigation of the impact of staff motivation on organizational performance: A case study of comparing Primark retail store, Tesco Plc and ASDA Group Ltd.

Aim of Study The study aims to determine employee motivation levels and its effect on organizational performance at the three retail stores. The specific related objectives are: To evaluate the extent to which the organizations provide different motivating factors for its employees To test the relationship between employee motivation and organizational performance Rationale of study …

Choose one case study and evaluate it from the perspective of the Behaviourist Approach. Provide strategies for intervention based only on this theory

Abstract This essay evaluates case study 3B through the perspective of behaviourism as identified by Skinner et al (1948). The subject in 3B is named Jethro, who is exhibiting signs of disruptive behaviour in school. His actions are analysed from the view of the Behaviourists, using such theories as classical and operant conditioning. Methods for …