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Enterprise Case Studies 1: Winners & Losers
Half of new businesses go bust within the first three years. How do you keep yourself going before the money starts rolling in? What if the money DOESN'T start rolling in? The following case studies tell stories of enterprise success - and failure. THE SMELL OF SUCCESS: S'Amuser is a…
Getting from Little Bets to Big Breakthroughs - With Peter Sims
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights
  • What do Bill Hewlett, Chris Rock, and Jeff Bezos have in common?
  • How risk-averse organizations can capitalize on design school principles.
  • Overcoming psychological barriers to creative experimentation.
Much like the standup comedian who tests and refines jokes in small clubs before rolling them out to a…
Playing to Win by A.G. Lafley & Roger L. Martin - How Strategy Really Works
Part of the Series: Stanford Executive Briefings
Program Highlights
  • Game-changing choices that trounce the competition.
  • Why your goal must be winning, not just playing well.
  • Choosing the right metrics to support your strategy.
Most companies aren't winning today--not because of the economy, rapid change, or rising complexity. It's because they confuse strategy with vision and…
Enterprise Case Studies 2: Technology and Innovation
Many people start up new businesses looking to make money from technology and innovation. But what are the realities of starting a technology-based business? The following case studies illustrate both the possibilities and the pitfalls. SELLING GLASSES ONLINE: Three years ago Jamie was in university. Today he's the boss of…
Managing Personnel
Part of the Series: Recruitment & People Management
Jenny Wooledge has one of the most important jobs in a supermarket - personnel manager. Crucial to her job is a computer system. This film tells the story of what she does in Sainsbury's, Thanet branch. RECRUITMENT: First you need to get the workers to manager. Sainsbury's goes in for…
The Business Plan In Action: Three Cases Studies
Three businesses and three business plans. Why did they need them? What did they put in them? Were they worth it? AIMS & OBJECTIVES: Every business plan should have a company's aims and objectives. The Croft Tea Room has the ambitious aim of helping to regenerate the run-down area of…
Million Dollar Business Lessons Volume 1
The crash and burn of a new business. It happens to over a whopping 80% of all small businesses within only 5 years. Most of these businesses barely squeak by with any level of profit at all, and a mere fraction of them are even able to crack the $1…
Keeping Track
Keeping Track describes why developing a viable accounting system and knowing how to use its information can be the difference between success and failure.
Finance In Business II: Established Business
Part of the Series: Accounting and Finance Collection
How does the established business get finance? Dave Nellist makes the points, illustrated by real-life case studies. SALES REVENUE is, of course, the best finance a business can have, because it's self generated. "Retained profits" can be ploughed back into the business without any of the "strings" attached to loans…
Leadership: What's Trust Got To Do With It? 2nd Edition
Part of the Series: Business Skills Collection
Has your organization lost trust in its leaders? Precisely when organizations need employee involvement, trust levels are low and people are disengaged. What can managers and team leaders do to regain trust? This video provides realistic methods for rebuilding trust and gaining employee involvement. "Leadership: What's Trust Got To Do…
Termination Of Employment
Key Topics
  • Redundancies
  • Dismissal
  • Gross Misconduct
  • Employment
  • Law Rights
  • At Work
Whether it's making people redundant or sacking someone for theft, terminating someone's employment is a big step. This film highlights the legal issues involved and shows what happens in the real world.
Inside A Factory 2: Cadbury's
This is the story of how Cadbury's makes a chocolate bar. TV personality Alison Hammond takes us around their famous factory and explains the systems that underpin the process. QUALITY CONTROL: The process begins with the raw materials - beans brought from Ghana. Quality control and process control systems are…