En este caso se cuenta cómo la empresa del sector galletero Mondelez llevó a cabo el proyecto "Compromiso Harmony". Para ello analizan el sector a nivel europeo y el mercado español, pasando por recorrer la historia de la empresa Mondelez desde sus comienzos hasta el futuro de la misma, hacia dónde van y cómo compiten con el resto de empresas galleteras. Se plantea la credibilidad que se buscaba entre los consumidores de la campaña del “Compromiso Harmony”, que se basaba en la sostenibilidad de las prácticas agrícolas y en la relevancia de su impacto en la biodiversidad.
Loewe case study: Sustainability and Durable Luxur … DE1-209-I
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.
Because there is no planet B: the case of Ecoalf DE1-226-I
The case is about ECOALF, a Spanish sustainable fashion brand that manufactures garments, sneakers and accessories from recycled materials. By providing information on ECOALF’s products and initiatives, while simultaneously illustrating the difficulty of balancing social and financial goals, this case introduces an interesting real-world setting that touches upon various issues related to social innovation, entrepreneurship, strategy, CSR and ethics. Particularly, the case offers insights on the delicate phase in the growth of a firm in which the sales are booming and the company is expanding, while the company still does not make a profit and its long-term continuity is still uncertain.
The case confronts students with questions such as ‘What strategic decisions should be made to ensure ECOALF’s long-term profitability?’ and ‘How should social and financial objectives be balanced?’, and allows them to explore these questions using a real company and market information.
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