Leadership et comportement organisationnel
Découvrez nos études de cas en leadership et comportement organisationnel. Les études de cas sont l’œuvre d’auteurs de renommée internationale de HEC Montréal et de Wits Business School.
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Johanne Turbide : avoir un impact dans le monde communautaire, culturel et académique8,00 $ – 50,00 $
ÉTUDE DE CAS. Ce cas brosse un portrait de la carrière et du leadership de Johanne Turbide, fellow de l’Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec depuis 2019 et secrétaire générale à HEC Montréal.
Liip: How a Web Development Company Was Transformed by Holacracy8,00 $ – 50,00 $
CASE STUDY. This case, which profiles Liip, a high-tech digital agency, is intended to introduce a novel management structure.
Partenariats de recherche université-industrie: Guide des meilleures pratiques0,00 $
GUIDE. Ce guide est à l’intention des parties prenantes d’un partenariat de recherche université-industrie en nutrition.
SAP SA and CAD House: Of Conduct and Commission50,00 $
CASE STUDY. The management team managed to exploit loopholes in the group’s integrity management systems so as to take advantage of the influence that members of the Gupta familya had over state machinery and land lucrative contracts with state-owned enterprises. When SAP’s own investigations showed the leaked information to be true, CEO, Bill McDermott and the company’s executive team had to decide how best to respond in order to prevent similar dishonesty in the future.
KPMG: Rebuilding Trust in South Africa50,00 $
CASE STUDY. Six months had passed since KPMG South Africa had released its integrated annual report titled Rebuilding Trust, Redefining Professionalism. Had the company done enough to acknowledge and rectify its legal and ethical lapses, and restore trust?
Deloitte South Africa: Complicit, Conniving or Caught Unawares50,00 $
CASE STUDY. Two years had passed since Deloitte South Africa (SA) had released its Transparency Report which detailed its journey of self-reflection as a firm and the ways in which it intended to rebuild trust and restore professionalism. Had Deloitte SA done enough to acknowledge and rectify its ethical and governance lapses, and restore trust?
Tom Boardman: The Leader as Agile Learner50,00 $
CASE STUDY. Kinnevik was in a strong financial position and Boardman pondered his reasons for accepting the challenge of being chairman, abandoning any thoughts of retiring at nearly 70 years of age. What could he bring to this position?
Women in Wine: Can Principles Turn a Profit?50,00 $
CASE STUDY. CEO presents two courses of action to shareholders: focus resources on developing a more innovative marketing strategy or acquire a property to diversify into hospitality and farming ventures.
Barbara Queally: A 180˚ Change in Leadership Style50,00 $
CASE STUDY. Her management style had been way too authoritarian. She wondered how she could become a more open, authentic leader – and, indeed, if it was possible to make this change.
Alain St-Pierre: The Man Who Fought More Than Fire8,00 $ – 50,00 $
CASE STUDY. This case tells the story of Alain St-Pierre, fire captain and the most decorated firefighter in Montréal’s history, from childhood through retirement.
Montecasino: A Bluprint for Success50,00 $
CASE STUDY. In May 2012, Rob Collins, MD of Tsogo Sun Gaming, one of the major players in the South African casino industry, reflected on the success of its star performer, Montecasino.
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