Does the Broad Fear of the Financial Crisis 2007 – 2009 Lead to Undervaluation of Companies which have not Experienced Influences from the Financial Crisis? (Management Project)

The starting point of this study have been utterances of well known investors during the financial crisis which recommend to buy shares especially in the time of financial downturn because one could buy good performing companies at a low price. Continue reading

Sustainability Reporting and the Global Reporting Initiative: Antecedents and Motives Affecting the Practice in Five Swedish Companies (Management Project)

Sustainability reporting has emerged as an outcome of corporate social responsibility, giving companies an opportunity to show transparency towards their stakeholders. The Global Reporting Initiative, a largely voluntary sustainability reporting standard, has become increasingly Continue reading

The Influence of Internal and External factors on the Supplier Selection: A study in the Swedish Furniture Industry (Management Project)

Sweden has a global reputation of producing exquisite and functional furniture, and the Swedish industrial design is internationally well-known. The supply of materials is necessary in every company and purchasing is responsible for coordinating and organising the supply. The materials purchased from vendors become Continue reading

Project Success: Application of Kotters functions of managers and leaders when evaluating project success: using The Iron Triangle (Management Project)

Background: Working in a project setting has been common since the nineteenth-century and has been developed in numerous industries until today. Nevertheless, we have found a gap in research, to separately study managers’ and leaders’ way to influence the success in Continue reading

Case Study of Whirlpool ERP-SAP Implementation (MBA Project)

Whirlpool had introduced the ‘six sense’ technology refrigerator ranging from Rs 10,600 to Rs 14750.

At the same time LG introduced a refrigerator to target the rural population and middle aged women,price ranging from Rs 5000 to Rs 12000.

Hence whirlpool had to decrease their cost margins overnight to withhold their customers and to be competitive.It took weeks for whirlpool to Continue reading