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  1. Standtech Goes Public AJ-MCMI-114-I-M

    Standtech, S.L. is a technology company that decides to go public in Spain (Bolsas Españolas) and The Netherlands (Euronext Amsterdam) after a share capital increase. Each team of students works as a law firm that advises Standtech in the process of becoming a listed company. The multimedia case is a “journey” through the milestones of such process: (i) transformation of a limited company into an autonomous society; (ii) share registration in book-entry form; (iii) modification of the articles of association; (iv) prospectus approval; (v) attainment of sufficient share distribution.

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  2. Cities, Innovation and Talent GE2-135-I

    This technical note explains the fundamentals of the ecosystem for innovation and talent and its importance for the city. We can understand the role of human capital and how important talent is for the ecosystem, where several factors converge for the generation of ideas, products, methods or processes and that encourage entrepreneurship.

    Through this document, we will be able to know what talent is and how it is associated with human capital, why talent is important to the ecosystem of innovation and economic growth of a city and what aspects are necessary for a city to have an urban ecosystem of innovation and talent.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship | Others | Innovation
  3. Donostia-San Sebastían: A City in Search of Talent a … GE1-142-I

    The case describes the story of a city, Donostia-San Sebastián, which has the political and institutional goal to become a city of innovation and entrepreneurship. To achieve this, there are different dilemmas related to the size of the city, the shortage of talent in certain specialties, cannibalization of talent, internationally competitive salaries and the effects of the brain drain. In this case study, we meet a local public institution, Fomento San Sebastián (FSS), which acts as the instrument of the city to promote an intelligent, sustainable and inclusive local economic development. FSS plays a fundamental role within the local ecosystem of innovation and takes the lead to endow talent with human capital in the city.

    Through the context of the city of Donostia-San Sebastián and the different programs and decisions taken by FSS, the student will be able to understand the innovation ecosystem and to analyze how talent and human capital develops in a city.

    This case is useful for a wide audience:

    1. Students of universities, MBA or MIR interested in innovation in cities.
    2. University students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics interested in the topic.
    3. Students participating in courses such as Urban Innovation, Public Policy, Sustainable Cities, Human Resources, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 
    4. It is suitable for "In Company" courses for employees of highly innovative companies and employees of public agencies whose work is related to innovation or research.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship | Others | Innovation
  4. Ontruck SI1-157-I

    Ontruck is one of the most successful young start-ups in Spain, with markets already working in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and London.

    The case describes the business model of Ontruck, analyzes the market and the competition and highlights the process of evaluation of some different options and the main challenges for the next round of growth.

    Academic Area:
    Information Systems & Technologies | Others
  5. The British connection:A ransom negotiation NG1-141-I

    What is the best approach to negotiating the release of a person who has been kidnapped for ransom?

    This case details the step-by-step process used by LondonX, a large British insurance company, to help families of individuals who have been taken hostage negotiate their safe release with their captors. It examines negotiation techniques used by both sides and can be used to analyze various issues including negotiation techniques, alignment of interests between the insurer and the family, advice to victims and families, and ethical issues in high-stakes negotiations.

    Academic Area:
    Others | Negotiation
  6. Ontier: A global law firm with a local spirit DE1-211-I

    This case describes the internationalization strategy of the law firm Ontier. Its international value proposition lies in offering its clients the best local legal knowledge as well as a uniform, quality service in all the countries where it has a presence. This value proposition is different than that offered by Spanish law firms, which typically use a network of alliances with local firms to offer their clients the best local legal knowledge. However, the quality of their services is not always uniform in all countries. This case study describes how using a joint venture entry mode helped the company achieve its value proposition and how implementing this strategy required changes in management systems and the company’s structure.

    This case study was designed to promote discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of the different entry modes within an “international strategy” or “corporate strategy” module where other related cases are also discussed. However, it can also be used alone in strategy programs where just one session is dedicated to international strategy since it promotes discussion about important strategy issues such as (a) creating a competitive global advantage, (b) choosing a country to enter, (c) choosing an entry mode or (d) implementing international strategy.

    Academic Area:
    Strategy | Others
  7. HUAWEI Spain: Everybody Can Be A Dancer CM1-005-I

    This case study discusses Huawei's history and development in Spain. It analyses the telecom operator's origins and culture and the way it entered the Spanish market by focusing on bringing corporate communications in-line with the company's business strategy in order to create awareness, change the firm's image and construct a corporate reputation for its different interest groups. The case study also explains how Huawei's communications department developed as the business grew and illustrates how it overcame the west's prejudices about Asian companies.

    Academic Area:
    Strategy | Marketing | Others
  8. Math Pre-program, videos EC1-130-I-M

    This material serves as an introduction to basic mathematical concepts: basic rules about numbers and their operations equations and other topics such as notation and logic.

    This course is intended as general reference material for introductory courses.

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    Others
  9. The Logistics of the Roman Grain Trade: Details and … AH1-002-I

    Goes over the logistics of the Roman grain trade in a language that is accessible to the non-specialist. It explains how grain was transported across the Roman Empire and covers the challenges of doing this. It also explains who the key people were who played a role in the grain trade and how it was financed. It is intended to uncover many of the managerial difficulties implied in such a task back then and what it means for management nowadays.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Economic Environment | Operations & Supply Chain Management | Others
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