General Management - What Environmental Factors Influenced Management Style at Disney

Submitted by: Submitted by

Views: 10

Words: 299

Pages: 2

Category: Other Topics

Date Submitted: 09/03/2016 02:00 AM

Report This Essay

WE PREPARE & PROVIDE MBA, EMBA, BMS, GDM, DMS, PGDBM, MIS, MIB , PDM CASE STUDY ANSWERS, ASSIGNMENT SOLUTIONS, PROJECT REPORTS AND THESIS

aravind.banakar@gmail.com

http://www.mbacasestudyanswers.com

ARAVIND - 09901366442 – 09902787224

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

1. Who are the stakeholders in this case ?

2. Which stakeholders are most important ?

3. What are the critical trends in Tri – State’s environment ?

4. Why do you think Tri State’s customers are so upset ?

5. What should John Godwin do ?

1. What economic and social factors should Fresh Fields managers watch ?

2. Suppose you manage a local supermarket and Fresh Fields comes to town. How would you reinvent your organization to meet the challenges posed by Fresh Fields ?

1. How would you describe the organizational culture at Flagstar ?

2. How does Flagstar deal with diversity ?

3. What challenges could Flagstar face in its near future ?

Q.1. What environmental factors influenced management style at Disney?

Q.2 what kind(s) of organizational structure seem to be consistent with "Dream as a Team"?

Q.3 How and where might the informal organization be a real asset at Disney

Q.1 How were principles of delegation and decentralization incorporated into Cine – Made operations?

Q.2 What are the sources and uses of power at Cin – Made?

Q.3.What were some of the barriers to delegation and empowerment at Cin –Made?

4.What lessons about management in a rapidly changing marketplace can be learned from the experience of Cin – Made?

1. With retailers as their primary customers, what customer competitive imperatives could be affected by Rollerblades inventory problems ?

2. How appropriate might a just – in – time inventory system be for a product such as roller skates ?”

3. What opportunities are there fore Rollerblade managers to see themselves as selling services, instead of simply roller skates ?