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A Case Study on Leverages of BPM in Order Process

A business process is an activity or set of activities that accomplish a specific organizational goal. Each activity is linked with defined set of business rules and business users who should accomplish it. It is important for every business to proliferate by means of successful execution of all business process. In today’s dynamic scenario it is important to evolve these processes to match up best output of business with deliverable.

These evolution in business process commonly become bottle neck when it comes to IT implementation. Business Process Management (BPM) brings a smart solution for all business who led process oriented organization and their process get evolve or fine tuned more frequently over the period of time. In definition BPM is: BPM ”Business process management (BPM) is a systematic approach to making an organization’s workflow more effective, more efficient and more capable of adapting to an ever-changing environment.” Click here to read more…

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A Case Study on The Boeing Company Derivative Class Action

In 2006, plaintiffs in a derivative class action against the directors of The Boeing Company (“Boeing”), led by their counsel Labaton Sucharow, achieved a landmark settlement establishing unique and far-reaching corporate governance standards relating to ethics compliance, provisions that will also obligate Boeing to contribute significant funds over and above base compliance spending to implement the various prescribed initiatives.

In particular, Boeing’s Board of Directors will expressly undertake, through amendment of Boeing’s Corporate Governance Principles, reasonable oversight and monitoring responsibility for the implementation of Boeing’s ethics and compliance program and the effectiveness of those processes on an annual basis. The Audit Committee Charter also will be amended, including to provide for the Audit Committee to undertake responsibility for reporting no less than annually to the Board with respect to the implementation and effectiveness of Boeing’s ethics and compliance program. Click here to read more…

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Case Study for Splash Technology Holdings Inc

Challenges: The head of the Splash color server division, Kevin Macgillivray, who would later serve as CEO of Splash Technology, led the management team’s discussions with potential acquirers, seeking to balance the interests of Radius and the new company. “Radius wanted to obtain the best price…






Solutions: Splash Technology began building business infrastructure from the ground up. “Once the ink was dry on the transaction, we had to quickly build all the components of a successful company,” Macgillivray explained. “We had to set up bank accounts, lease a building, and design our own information technology structure. Most companies as large and profitable as ours take years to develop these functions…
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Case Study for Cochlear Ltd

Since 1982 Cochlear has led the cochlear implant industry, and continues to be the leader in innovation today, investing 15 per cent of revenue into research and development of new technology. The maker of the Australian-invented Nucleus cochlear implant system, Cochlear reached a global milestone in July 2003, delivering hearing technology to 50,000 people in more than 70 countries worldwide. Cochlear’s Nucleus implant electronically stimulates the hearing nerve of the inner ear to allow profoundly deaf people to hear. Read more..







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GEICO Case Study

In response to my post on GEICO a few weeks ago, commenter PCC asked “What factors led to GEICO’s near failure in the 1970s, and if someone had bought the stock in 1951 and been holding it for two decades, would they have been able to foresee the problems?” For all my happy talk of “hit the beach” investments, the truth is there is no such thing. The world is always changing, as are companies and the people who run them.

The ability to spot when things are starting to go wrong, or when the future looks less bright than the past, is essential to a great investor. If Buffett has bought 1,000 stocks in the course of his life, that means he has also sold nearly 1,000, so the ability to know when to say goodbye is just about half the battle. Therefore I have to train myself in this ability, so I can use it myself and so I can spot it in others. PCC’s questions provide a perfect opportunity. Click here to read more…

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A Case Study on Business Continuity Management

Study about Business Continuity Management

While accepting the existing Business Sway Investigation of the customer, it was discovered that the procedure utilized did not assist the customer land at discriminating components like Recuperation Focus Objective and Recuperation Time Objective that drive the groundwork of methodology for the interchange site.

Consequently a crisp Bia was led for comprehension the Business Effects of calamity to the customer. Some adjusts of meetings with crux business unit heads was led and throughout this it was considered throughout that certain backing capacities like contact focus and It were being predispositioned dependent upon “premonition” instead of by true investigation.  Keep reading…

Case Study on Software Test Automation

Case Study about Software Test Automation

We wanted to understand if the principles of effective automation, as published in our previous book, Software Test Automation, are still relevant and what other principles now apply, so we began gathering information about real-world test automation implementations. This led us to a rather pleasant discovery: Over the past 10 years, many people have had good success with software test automation, many of them using our book. Of course, we are not the only ones to have described or discovered good automation practices, yet successful and lasting automation still seems to be an elusive achievement today.

We hope the stories in this book will help many more people to succeed in their test automation efforts. This book brings together contemporary automation stories. The technology of test automation has progressed significantly since our last book on automation was published in 1999. We wanted to find out what approaches have been successful, what types of applications are now being tested using test automation and how test automation has changed in recent years. Different people have solved automation problems in different ways—we wanted to know what can be learned from their experiences and where and how test automation is being applied in new ways. Keep reading..

A Case Study on Social Media Use in the City of Ottawa

Case Study about Social Media Use in the City of Ottawa

Background: The City of Ottawa started to experiment with the use of social media tools during the spring of 2008. The initiative is being led by the E-Media team within the Corporate Communications Branch, in partnership with the Information Technology Services (ITS) Department. The first efforts focused on R&D and some fundamental information sharing using RSS.

Innovation: Using social media tools is really not about the tools. The tools are innovative, new, and different from other tools used in the past, but they are still just tools/technologies. The fundamental innovation is in the approach to work – pooling the knowledge, expertise, and skills of employees from across the organization to work jointly on shared goals and objectives and to conduct their business in an open and transparent manner that is subject to the scrutiny of others.  Keep reading…

Composing the Case Study Report

In the many forms it can take, “a case study is generically a story; it presents the concrete narrative detail of actual, or at least realistic events, it has a plot, exposition, characters, and sometimes even dialogue” (Boehrer 1990). Generally, case study reports are extensively descriptive, with “the most problematic issue often referred to as being the determination of the right combination of description and analysis” (1990). Typically, authors address each step of the research process, and attempt to give the reader as much context as possible for the decisions made in the research design and for the conclusions drawn.


This contextualization usually includes a detailed explanation of the researchers’ theoretical positions, of how those theories drove the inquiry or led to the guiding research questions, of the participants’ backgrounds, of the processes of data collection, of the training and limitations of the coders, along with a strong attempt to make connections between the data and the conclusions evident. Click here to read more…

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