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  1. Professor Bernaldo (A): Should I go blended? (A) RH1-149-A-I

    Tells the story in first person of the experience of a professor who is considering the possibility of starting to teach using an online setting with new technologies.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  2. Professor Bernaldo (B): I went blended. Now what? (B) RH1-149-B

    Talks about the experience of a professor after her first contact with new teaching methods, that include online classes using videoconferences and online forums.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  3. Professor Bernaldo (A): Should I go blended? (A) RH1-149-A

    Tells the story in first person of the experience of a professor who is considering the possibility of starting to teach using an online setting with new technologies.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  4. Professor Bernaldo (B): I went blended. Now what? (B) RH1-149-B-I

    Talks about the experience of a professor after her first contact with new teaching methods, that include online classes using videoconferences and online forums.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources
  5. Luces y sombras en el crecimiento de Lego DE1-213

    In 2012, LEGO overtook Hasbro to become the world's second-largest toy maker behind Mattel. The recently premiered “The LEGO Movie” grossed $69 mm on its opening weekend making it the largest debut of 2014. If all went well, soon they could beat its main competitor, Mattel Inc. But many challenges still laid ahead of the family owned company.

    LEGO needed to become a truly global and diverse organization to meet the adaptive challenges. To achieve this goal, Knudstorp envisioned the company as: “a unique niche player in the toy industry”. Was that the right vision given the competitive landscape? Would it be compatible with maintaining the company 100% family owned?

    Academic Area:
    Strategy | Entrepreneurship
  6. The turnaround of Lego: continued growth under famil … DE1-213-I

    In 2012, LEGO overtook Hasbro to become the world's second-largest toy maker behind Mattel. The recently premiered “The LEGO Movie” grossed $69 mm on its opening weekend making it the largest debut of 2014. If all went well, soon they could beat its main competitor, Mattel Inc. But many challenges still laid ahead of the family owned company.

    LEGO needed to become a truly global and diverse organization to meet the adaptive challenges. To achieve this goal, Knudstorp envisioned the company as: “a unique niche player in the toy industry”. Was that the right vision given the competitive landscape? Would it be compatible with maintaining the company 100% family owned?

    Academic Area:
    Strategy | Entrepreneurship
  7. Supermercados Isleños, S.A. DF1-217

    In a rainy day of February, Antonio Gómez, General Manager and shareholder of  Supermercados Isleños, S.A. (SISA) was trying to organize his ideas, develop arguments and draw conclusions to be able to defend his new and ambitious strategy for the company at the next meeting of the Board of Directors. While he stared at the rain beating down against his windowpane he tried to concentrate on the facts....  This case study describes, from the point of view of the General Manager, the alternatives SISA is facing in order to ensure its survival. 

    Academic Area:
    Finance
  8. PayForaPresent.com: Consumer Behavior & Expansio … MK1-155-I

    Dana Melosto has to consider the core benefits that PayForAPresent.com (her on-line wedding registry) provides to its consumers. Based on these, she has to decide between three different expansion opportunities. Expand the wedding registry business to Spain, to Mexico, or open a crowd funding business in the US. She also then has to decide on how to implement her choice, taking into consideration aspects of consumer behavior and psychology.  

    Academic Area:
    Marketing & Communications
  9. Solidarity entrepreneurship and employment launchers … (B) GE1-139-B-I

    Case B updates the growth issues faced in 2015 by the LEES team led by Alvaro Retortillo Director for Social Innovation al Fundación Santamaria.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship
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