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I am an HRM student in Annamalai University. I am doing MBA(HRM)in distance learning. I completely dont understand how to present a case study. I have taken an eample case study from my previous year Question paper. Can you please help how to do this case?
CASE STUDY:
Assume that you are CEO of a commercial airline. The airline has a longlasting istory in the airline Industry, but now it has to compete with te low-cost strategy of competing airline. From your eperience determine ow you formulate and implement an effective strategy to improve its performance.

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Dear Priya,
Please give more information about your study. Is this an example of a case study in Strategic Management module? Please do not react to posts that do not address your query or that are not helpful.
Yours is not really a Case Study where background information about a situation is given. Hence, you have to search the web and find out the main differences between the two types of airlines and then using Porter's Five Forces Model formulate your strategy.

From United Kingdom
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From India
CASE STUDY : 4

Bitter it may taste, shrill it may sound, and sleepless nights it may cause, but it is true. In a major shake up Airbus. The European aircraft manufacturers has thrown a big shock to its employees. Before coming to the details of the shock, a peep into the companyís resume.

Name Airbus

Created 1970

President CEO : Vijay M.

Employees 57000

Turnover 26 Bn (Euro)

Total Aircraft sold (Feb 2007) 7187

Delivered 4598

Headquarters Paris (France)

Facilities 16

Rival Boeing

Airbus announced on February 27, 2007 that it would shed 10,000 jobs across four European contries and sell six of its unit. N the same day the helpless workers did what was expected of them Ė downed tools and staged protests. The protesting workers at Airbusís factory at Meaulte, northern France, were seen picketing outside the factory gate after holding up production a day earlier. To be fair to Airbus, its management entered talks with unions before the job loss and sale was formally announced. But the talks did not mollify the agitated workers.

Job sheating and hiring of units are a part of Power and restructuring plan unleashed by Airbus to save itself from increasing loss of its ground to the arch rival, Boeing Co.

Airbus Power & Strategy was first mooted in October 2006 but sparkled a split between France & Germany over the distribution of job losses and the placement of future ones. Later the two countries agreed to share both job losses and new technology.

The power and plan, if finalized, would mean a 3 per cent reduction to Airbusís 55000 employee strength.

Q1) Why should Power and focus on shedding jobs to save on cost?

Q2) Are there no alternative strategies?

Q3) Will the proposed shedding of jobs and scale of six units help airbus survive the intense competition from Boeing?

Q4) Comment on the whole issue?

please help me with this case its my mba first sem que please help its 20 marks que

From India, Bangalore
CASE STUDY : 4

Bitter it may taste, shrill it may sound, and sleepless nights it may cause, but it is true. In a major shake up Airbus. The European aircraft manufacturers has thrown a big shock to its employees. Before coming to the details of the shock, a peep into the companyís resume.

Name Airbus

Created 1970

President CEO : Vijay M.

Employees 57000

Turnover 26 Bn (Euro)

Total Aircraft sold (Feb 2007) 7187

Delivered 4598

Headquarters Paris (France)

Facilities 16

Rival Boeing

Airbus announced on February 27, 2007 that it would shed 10,000 jobs across four European contries and sell six of its unit. N the same day the helpless workers did what was expected of them Ė downed tools and staged protests. The protesting workers at Airbusís factory at Meaulte, northern France, were seen picketing outside the factory gate after holding up production a day earlier. To be fair to Airbus, its management entered talks with unions before the job loss and sale was formally announced. But the talks did not mollify the agitated workers.

Job sheating and hiring of units are a part of Power and restructuring plan unleashed by Airbus to save itself from increasing loss of its ground to the arch rival, Boeing Co.

Airbus Power & Strategy was first mooted in October 2006 but sparkled a split between France & Germany over the distribution of job losses and the placement of future ones. Later the two countries agreed to share both job losses and new technology.

The power and plan, if finalized, would mean a 3 per cent reduction to Airbusís 55000 employee strength.

Q1) Why should Power and focus on shedding jobs to save on cost?

Q2) Are there no alternative strategies?

Q3) Will the proposed shedding of jobs and scale of six units help airbus survive the intense competition from Boeing?

Q4) Comment on the whole issue?

help me with this case study

From India, Bangalore
My advice to students is not to seek solutions to case studies, but give their responses and then ask for help to improve the structure and content. Suppose some member gives the solution, will a student be disclosing that his/her submission is the work of so and so, etc?
From United Kingdom
Hi Simhan, iam not asking for the complete case study solution, but just a hint as how to do this case. A hint is more than enough i dont need the complete solution................
From India, Bangalore
As a student, you should clearly state what help you are seeking. The best way to go about is give your response to a question and ask whether you are on the right lines.
From United Kingdom

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