Digital Marketing, Social Media and Mobile Marketing … MK2-153-M
In this technical note, students will get an introduction to key concepts in digital marketing, social media and mobile marketing. It should serve as an introduction to the topic that they can refer to throughout their studies to refresh key ideas and concepts.
Through the multimedia, they will be able to read the technical information on the right side of the screen while, on the left side of the screen, they will scroll through an example. This will be presented through Maria and her journey through the different digital marketing channels while looking for a hotel in India.
The example will be the more visually appealing part of the multimedia, presented through pictures and videos. At the end of the technical note, there will be an interactive exercise that the students can do as a series of quizzes where they can earn badges that display everything they have learned throughout the material.
Since the example relates to the hotel in India, the material will have a Bollywood theme throughout.Academic Area:Marketing & Communications
Expansión a nuevos mercados de parques temáticos el … DE1-225
In 2005, Ferrari signed an agreement to build the first Ferrari-inspired theme park in the world. The park was built on Das Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Hence, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the first theme park entirely devoted to the legendary carmaker Ferrari, came to existence. The success of the park attracted new players who requested licenses from Ferrari to open new parks. In response to this demand, Luca Fuso, the head of Ferrari Brand, must make decisions:
- Should Ferrari sell any licenses or simply only allow Ferrari World Abu Dhabi to exist?
- If new Ferrari parks do open, should they be located in developing or developed countries/regions?
- How do the answers to the above questions affect Ferrari’s long-standing view that the demand for Ferrari products should never be fully satisfied?
The case is designed for use in courses on international management for MBA students and upper-division undergraduate business students. The focus on international business makes it useful for audiences from cross-culture management courses. The students would benefit the most if they have taken in the past courses in topics such as Global Business Environment and Leadership.Academic Area:Strategy
Una App que no podrás rechazar SI1-153-M
This multimedia case describes the situation of BigBangBox, a startup that creates edutainment apps. It shows the strategy followed by them in the launch of previous products. It also offers the necessary information about the markets of apps, to understand the importance of selecting the right strategy, with the business model and the promotion as keys to success.
After analyzing the new app, Mafia Business School, the student can decide the strategy for its launch. The student will have the opportunity of selecting an adequate business model and levels of promotion through the use of a simulator.
The case includes the participation of the founders, who tell the story of BigBangBox as a startup and confront the students with the dilemma of the launch of Mafia Business School. It is narrated through a comic, also known as a graphic story. It has a modern and functional design, including resources provided by the company to make the case more entertaining and fun.
The case study is mainly geared towards MBA and Master in International Management students. It can work in courses like Information Systems and IT & Innovation but also in Marketing and Strategy to show specific cases having to do with the world of apps, games and mobile devices. It can also be useful for students who are taking electives that have to do with digital marketing, mobile, digital business models, digital products or something similar as well as professionals in information systems and technology, marketing and digital communication programs.Academic Area:Strategy | Entrepreneurship | Digital Technologies & Data Science
Caso Loewe: Sostenibilidad y lujo durable DE1-209
The case study describes the process of integrating the concept of sustainability into the operations of LOEWE. The leadership of the new CEO, Lisa Montague, is a key part of the process, as is a highly structured plan to measure and determine whether the process is moving forward. One remarkable aspect of the case is the Leather Crafts College initiative, a training centre open to people interested in developing this skill and who have passed a selection process coordinated by Getafe Council. Having a pool of people who have become "artisans" is critical in the company´s plans for growth.
This case study is ideal to use with a group of students who have management experience. In addition, it is very suitable for use in an advanced level programme related to luxury or communication, when addressing issues related to sustainability. It also certainly fits into a CSR course, when dealing with CSR in more depth than simply as corporate philanthropy.
On a Business, Government and Society course, the case is very useful for illustrating the application of Michael Porter's article: “Creating Shared Value”.
The most appropriate time to position the case is midway through the course.Academic Area:Strategy
Donostia-San Sebastían: Una ciudad en busca del tale … GE1-142
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:
Academic Area:Entrepreneurship | Others | Innovation
- Students of universities, MBA or MIR interested in innovation in cities.
- University students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics interested in the topic.
- Students participating in courses such as Urban Innovation, Public Policy, Sustainable Cities, Human Resources, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
- 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.
Innovación disruptiva en BBVA SI1-147-M
What happens when a multinational from another sector launches an innovative service which competes directly with your offerings? This material explains how BBVA reacted to the disruption of its micro-payment business caused by the entrance of large multinationals from outside the banking industry.
The rapid acceptance of technologies by consumers offers an opportunity to meet a growing demand for new services. Many companies attracted by these business opportunities are placing greater importance on innovation pushing it to the forefront of their structure.
Most commonly it is companies within the same sector that compete amongst one another to launch new services however sometimes the disruptive came from another sector which launches an innovative service which competes directly with your offerings.
This case has been designed for use in undergraduate, graduate (MBA programs and Masters in Management programs), Executive MBA, and executive education programs, and in courses such as Information Systems and Technology, Technology and Information Management, Digital Transformation, and Digital Innovation.Academic Area:Digital Technologies & Data Science | Innovation
AirBnB: ¿Desestabilizando la industria hotelera? DE1-217
The case describes the creation and growth process of a company of the so called shared economy with a platform business model, which was potentially disruptive for the hotel industry. Using the setting of the Airbnb entry in Spain and the response of the hotel industry, the case looks in detail at the nature of the business model of a sharing economy firm and the challenges its advancement posed for the industry.
The case provides insights into some of the different parts of Airbnb's business model: how it creates and captures value, how a company with fewer resources is able to compete and overcome its rivals and threaten a powerful industry, when the success of its business is based on the trust of its users because the company does not guarantee safety.
This case helps us to understand the challenges that the growth of Airbnb poses for the hotel industry and reflect on the factors that made this business model so successful.Academic Area:Strategy | Entrepreneurship | Marketing & Communications | Innovation
EL COSTE DE CAPITAL DF2-141
This material focuses on determining the rate of return that will satisfy shareholders’ expectations and how to achieve it. It explains how to find the discount rate that represents the cost of the resources that will finance future investments and how to figure out the cost, or the WACC, by weighting the cost of debt and equity as a function of their relative importance in the company’s capital structure. In addition, it covers how to calculate the cost of debt based on the Gordon-Shapiro share pricing model and based on Sharpe’s asset valuation model using real-life examples and historical data. The case stresses that the manager must know how to add value to the investment; shareholders are entrusting the manager with their investment and expecting a higher rate of return than they could get without him. It wraps up by including an FAQ on WACC.Academic Area:Finance
EN BUSCA DE PROPÓSITO : COMPROMISO DE LOS EMPLEADOS … CO1-277
The case centers on Southlake Financial, a stylized company based on financial services in Canada. The case opens with a call to action from the company CEO, pledging the business will move toward a greater organization-wide focus on purpose (“purpose” meaning embedding more social and environmental intentionality in all aspects of the business). Traditionally, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Human Resources were managed separately at the company; however, the CEO’s announcement raises the question of whether greater integration of these functions will be needed. Specifically, the case examines how employee engagement can contribute to CSR objectives, while also questioning whether CSR initiatives have a positive and demonstrable benefit on employee engagement.Academic Area:Organisational Behaviour