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  1. RELIANCE: Una disputa familiar por el control del ma … (B) GE1-118-B

    This  case study  describes the conflict between the Ambari brothers after their father´s death, for taking control of Reliance Industries, one of the largest industrial conglomerates in India.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship | Innovation
  2. RELIANCE: Una disputa familiar por el control del ma … (A) GE1-118-A

    This case study describes the conflict between the Ambari brothers after their father´s death, for taking control of Reliance Industries, one of the largest industrial conglomerates in India.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship | Innovation
  3. RELIANCE : A family feud for control of India’s priv … (A) GE1-118-A-I

    This case study describes the conflict between the Ambari brothers after their father´s death, for taking control of Reliance Industries, one of the largest industrial conglomerates in India.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship | Innovation
  4. BBVA SI1-126-M

    BBVA – The Web 2.0 Innovation (Re)-Evolution provides details of the bank’s Innovation and Transformation journey that began in 2007. This case focuses specifically on the Web 2.0 applications that BBVA developed during this period and the part they played in the company's strategy.

    This case is organized through a timeline with video interviews which allow students to review the situation of the company before the Innovation and Transformation journey as well as to consider the challenges that this plan may bring in the future.

    Academic Area:
    Digital Technologies & Data Science | Innovation
  5. BBVA SI1-126-I-M

    BBVA – The Web 2.0 Innovation (Re)-Evolution provides details of the bank’s Innovation and Transformation journey that began in 2007. This case focuses specifically on the Web 2.0 applications that BBVA developed during this period and the part they played in the company's strategy.

    This case is organized through a timeline with video interviews which allow students to review the situation of the company before the Innovation and Transformation journey as well as to consider the challenges that this plan may bring in the future.

    Academic Area:
    Digital Technologies & Data Science | Innovation
  6. NERTUS DO1-129-M

    This multimedia case describes the story of NERTUS a joint venture between Renfe and Siemens and how the company has achieved success in the area of maintenance. The case includes three sections: interviews with company managers the maintenance process and a virtual tour of the maintenance facility.

    The maintenance process section contains video interviews with NERTUS employees who describe each stage of the process from the detection of an error to the departure of the train after the service. 360º photos bring the maintenance facility to life in the virtual tour.

    Academic Area:
    Operations & Supply Chain Management | Innovation
  7. The Pan American Health Organization CO1-244-I

    Is it possible for a public, inter-governmental, and technical cooperation organization to implement institutional change while maintaining normal performance in different contexts and while achieving objectives established by the member governments, without labor conflicts or a significant overall increase in financial resources?

    This case documents and comparatively analyzes two experiences (Costa Rica and Nicaragua) to answer the question posed above, as these countries provide two different situations in terms of national demand profiles and institutional resources.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour | Innovation
  8. Banesco Banco Universal DO1-110

    Between 1992 and 2005, Banesco Banco Universal experienced sustainable and inexorable growth within Venezuela’s complex financial and banking market. Venezuela had weathered several political, social and economic crises over the last fifteen years. The vision of its founders Juan Carlos Escotet and Luis Xavier Lujan had been a key driver for the Bank’s success. However, after thirteen years of good decisions and results, Banesco was now a large and complex organization and was starting to show certain weaknesses that needed to be addressed by reviewing management and innovation processes to date. 

    In 2005, the Bank was in a situation in which it was able to launch a number of initiatives and projects designed to leverage strategic objectives. The demand for projects, however, was bigger than the Bank’s capacity to implement them, and it did not seem capable of prioritizing them.

    Academic Area:
    Operations & Supply Chain Management | Innovation
  9. Banesco Banco Universal. DO1-110-I

    Between 1992 and 2005, Banesco Banco Universal experienced sustainable and inexorable growth within Venezuela’s complex financial and banking market. Venezuela had weathered several political, social and economic crises over the last fifteen years. The vision of its founders Juan Carlos Escotet and Luis Xavier Lujan had been a key driver for the Bank’s success. However, after thirteen years of good decisions and results, Banesco was now a large and complex organization and was starting to show certain weaknesses that needed to be addressed by reviewing management and innovation processes to date. 

    In 2005, the Bank was in a situation in which it was able to launch a number of initiatives and projects designed to leverage strategic objectives. The demand for projects, however, was bigger than the Bank’s capacity to implement them, and it did not seem capable of prioritizing them.

    Academic Area:
    Operations & Supply Chain Management | Innovation
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