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12/517C EU Design-Part Two: Managing Growth Through an Informal Control Structure

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Accounting & Control
Pub. Year: 2012

In 2009, Eu Design faced a so-called ¡§first growth crisis¡¨. In 2010, the company created a joint venture with one of its suppliers to overcome price pressures and comply with the policies of some of i...

Neale G. O'connor
Davide Lentini
12/508C Making Balanced Scorecard Work to Implement Business Strategies at Magic Technology

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Accounting & Control, Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2012

In August 2008, Magic Technology ("Magic") launched an initiative to implement the balanced scorecard in its organisation. Alan Lo, the chief executive officer, oversaw the implementation of the balan...

Neale G. O'connor
Anne Wu
Boby Shiu
11/502C Interior JV: Teething Problems of a Manufacturing Operation in China

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Accounting & Control, Production & Operations Management
Pub. Year: 2011

In 2006, European automotive supplier Interior Group and China-based China Textile established Interior JV, a joint venture in China to produce seat covers for automakers manufacturing in China. After...

Neale G. O'connor
Grace Loo
11/489C Shanghai Interior Automotive Door System: Running a Manufacturing Operation in China

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Accounting & Control, Production & Operations Management
Pub. Year: 2011

Shanghai Interior Automotive Door System Co. Ltd (formerly Shanghai Delphi) was a leading player in China's automotive component industry with a 30%market share. Nonetheless, between 2007 and 2009, it...

Neale G. O'connor
Grace Loo
11/501C China Automotive Finance: Service Operations Re-design

Product Type: Case

Functional Area: Strategy & General Management
Pub. Year: 2011

In the mid-2000s, an American automaker opened an auto-financing company in China, Shanghai-based C Automotive Finance Company (China) Ltd ("CAF"). CAF grew rapidly and broke even in three years. None...

Neale G. O'connor
Grace Loo
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