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05/214C

TAL Apparel Limited: Stepping up the Value Chain

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Management of Information Systems
Pub. Year: 2005

The global apparel industry is known to be a buyer-driven industry, led by the retailers, marketers and branded manufacturers. In the United States, in particular, the industry is dominated by a handf...

Ali Farhoomand
Phoebe Ho
05/223C



Shanghai Volkswagen: Time for a Radical Shift of Gears (MNC)

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2005

At the dawn of the 20th anniversary of its involvement in China¡¦s passenger-car industry, Shanghai Volkswagen (SVW) found itself caught in changed external and internal environments, with factors crit...

Ali Farhoomand
Zhigang Tao
Iris Wang
Lu yi
99/62C AdM@rt: If You Build it will They Come?

Product Type: Case, VCD

Functional Area: Management of Information Systems
Pub. Year: 2000

Jimmy Lai launched adM@rt, a home-delivery shopping service, in June 1999. The concept, a virtual shopping store on a website that allowed customers to browse through competitively priced merchandise ...

Ali Farhoomand
Marissa McCauley
Shamza Khan
99/57C



FedEx Corp: Structural Transformation through e-Business

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Economics & Business Policy, Management of Information Systems, Production & Operations Management, Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2000

Set in 2000, the case provides a comprehensive analysis of transportation logistics and FedEx's internal integrated logistics applications. FedEx demonstrates the shift from "physical" to "information...

Ali Farhoomand
Pauline Ng
99/56C EIU's ViewsWire: New Wine in a New Bottle

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Management of Information Systems
Pub. Year: 2000

In seeking to adopt new technology and to establish a web presence, the EIU discovered that one of its competitive advantages was its own intranet and its own databases--effectively its own knowledge ...

Ali Farhoomand
Peter Lovelock
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