This Case describes and discusses about a 60 year old woman with a Type 2 Diabetes and COPD. The 3-year history of diabetes is seen for worsening dyspnea and cough. She has had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) since age 55.
The Case specifies her cuyrretnt condition and asks question regarding the probable solution or medication.
It later gives a proper medication and discusses it in detail.
When anytime, anywhere banking came to our country, ICICI Bank had to move away from the branch-centric model and make its services available nationwide. The solution was to centralize its applications. Being a financial company with countrywide operations, it felt the need to centralize its applications to reach all its partners and customers. After a detailed study of the company activities and its needs, a network comprising of leased lines, VSATs, radio-links and ISDN was designed and deployed to centralize its core applications.
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Many well-known case study researchers such as Robert E. Stake, Helen Simons, and Robert K. Yin have written about case study research and suggested techniques for organizing and conducting the research successfully. This introduction to case study research draws upon their work and proposes six steps that should be used.
This paper explains how to use the case study method and then applies the method to an example case study project designed to examine how one set of users, non-profit organizations, make use of an electronic community network. The study examines the issue of whether or not the electronic community network is beneficial in some way to non-profit organizations and what those benefits might be.
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Digital Technology Leader, SAMSUNG unveiled an online marketing campaign for the promotion of its trendy lifestyle focused NOTE PCs. The Campaign dealt with making users participate in online contests and making them refer the contest to their friends.
The one month long campaign, turned out to be a grand success with above 50,000 people participants taking part in the contest enthusiastically.
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Business Management Quality Innovation with Market-Based Global SCM System Implementation
Samsung Electronics, a leading Korean company as well as a symbol of the IT industry, carried out an innovative project to strengthen its global Supply Chain Management (SCM) execution ability, gaining the industry’s interest. Samsung Electronics placed its emphasis on the business management scenario of predicting and preparing for future environmental changes and competitiveness, which is one of the survival strategies of an industry with an unpredictable future. The company is aggressively establishing the foundation for enhancing business management speed and efficiency-oriented business management innovations since early this year. In accordance with this type of scenario, Microsoft’s Business Intelligence (BI) Platform provided life to Samsung Electronics’ SCM system. Samsung Electronics decided to implement an action-oriented BI solution that enables on-demand changes of business management plans and reflects these adjustments. As such, it decided to deploy SQL Server 2008, which can satisfy all three major requirements of BI solution, including ‘performance and reliability’, ‘cube write-back’ and ‘user convenience’, and the company is thoroughly experiencing the benefits of this IT innovation. In the face of enterprise-wide application, it has completed application in only its video display business division, so it is still too early to mention any fixed quantity of benefits. However, with this system implementation, Samsung Electronics expects to increase its forecast accuracy for product demands by more than 20%.
The Role of Motivation and Communication: A Case Study of Lagaan
The idea had nearly died; Aamir Khan had out rightly rejected the idea of a period film with such a peculiar subject. He was sure that playing cricket in a period film would not at all appeal to the masses and last but not the least the idea was from a director who was had a jinx of two flop films. One more flop and Ashutosh Gowariker’s career would have end with a big full stop.
The first shot of Lagaan was taken on the morning of 6th January, 2000. And the rest was history.
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This report was prepared by Christopher S. Bender of Professional Education Ventures, LLC for the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
In late 1996, despite several years of progressive reforms intended to facilitate the country’s transition to a market economy, most enterprises within the Kyrgyz Republic were operating no more efficiently than they had under the system of central planning inherited from the Soviet era. Despite having gone through a process of corporatization, whereby state-owned enterprises (SOEs) were legally transformed into joint stock companies (JSCs), and despite the privatization of small and some medium-sized enterprises, few enterprises had become profitable. Some 316 public sector enterprises and 439 private sector enterprises—a sizeable percentage of the total—were operating at a loss, many of which were idle…
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In today’s information-oriented society, research and development, particularly information research, has become an important activity for business companies, institutions, and organizations, who want to know more about the consumer market, people who consider consumption as embedded and part of their everyday lives.
Selling these products and services through persuasive advertising messages, however, are the products of advertising research. More specifically, consumer research tries to identify not only the socio-demographic, but also psycho-graphic profile of consumers, understanding how people can be persuaded to buy a company’s product or service.
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Case studies (also called success stories) are a compelling, yet often neglected, form of marketing communication. While no single case study outline is applicable to all situations, senior writers have developed this outline as a starting template for development of business case studies.
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