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ABB and Galindo: Winning the Peace (B) RH1-148-B-I
Part B of this case goes beyond the organizational problems of the restructuring described in part A, and addresses the personal situation, commitment and management of the emotions during the mentioned process. This part goes into details of how Esther decided to go above and beyond in many aspects to help resolve the personal situation of workers and managers alike with the best of all of their abilities.Academic Area:Human Resources | Negotiation
ABB and Galindo: Winning the Peace (A) RH1-148-A-I
The complexity of restructuring of large companies can hardly ever be ignored. ABB & Galindo brings up the dilemma of Esther, Human Resources director at the factory, when she is faced with the transition of a factory into a service center. This meant either relocating, retraining or letting go most if not all of the current workers, with the additional complication that even after the official announcement the factory still had to run for another 18 months. This case also has a part B.Academic Area:Human Resources | Negotiation
ABB & GALINDO: Stretching managerial responsibil … DE1-212-I
The case follows the implementation of ABB´s decision to restructure its operations in Spain and close the manufacturing line at its Galindo factory in the Basque Country. ABB was required to enter into formal negotiations with its workers towards a Labor Force Reduction Procedure (ERE). The workers at Galindo strongly objected to ABB´s restructuring proposals and were not placated by the company´s generous offers of compensation and employee retraining. The workers employed a number of strategies to derail the ERE including appealing to local politicians and engaging in public protests. After negotiations failed, a final decision was made to approve the ERE by the Ministry of Labor in Madrid.Academic Area:Strategy | Negotiation
Famosa, Financial Restructuring DF1-187-I-M
This interactive case covers the financial restructuring of the company Famosa in 2009. During this year the company had trouble dealing with its debt and as such started negotiations with its creditors to alter terms and conditions to ensure its viability in the long run.
Students must analyze the state of the industry and the company and develop a new business plan detailing the new financial commitments in terms of interest payments.
The case targets graduate students of Advanced Financial Management, on the subject of project financing. The case may also be used in seminars on corporate finance or project financing.Academic Area:Finance
Corporate Divestitures: A Synthesis DE2-115-I
It is important to understand the strategic and organizational reasoning and consequences of divestitures in order to understand whether divestitures are merely a reflection of the economic cycle, a means to correct or reverse previous strategic decisions (for example, diversification), or a proactive strategic option. The objective of this Technical Note is to clarify the definitions of restructuring, divestiture, and divestment; and to provide an overview of existing knowledge on divestitures, from a financial, strategic, and organizational perspective.Academic Area:Strategy