| ||Arcadia Biosciences: Seeds of Change, Chinese Version>|
|Arthur A. Daemmrich;Forest Reinhardt;Mary Shelman|
Arcadia Biosciences is an entrepreneurial California agricultural biotech company seeking to earn carbon credits by modifying commodity crops for use in China and India. Eric Rey, Arcadia's CEO, faced a strategic inflection point in early September, 2008. The company had a plan to share carbon credits allocated by the United Nations Clean Development Mechanism Executive Board to China, for use of Arcadia's rice varieties, since they enabled .....more
| ||A Differentiation Strategy at ASDA>|
|Bell, David E.;Sanghavi, Nitin|
The Wal-Mart CEO has challenged his company to do more to help mankind. The British subsidiary, ASDA, is reviewing its activities in the environment/social arena.
| ||The Coartem Challenge (A)>|
|Spar, Debora L.;DeLacey, Brian J.|
In November 2005, Novartis, a major global pharmaceutical firm, is reviewing its Coartem program, an ambitious attempt to deliver life-saving malaria drugs, at cost, to millions of poor Africans. The company is deeply committed to the project, but it is also struggling with the organizational issues involved in dealing with international institutions like the World Health Organization and fitting nonprofit objectives into a for-profit structure.
| ||The Nature Conservancy, Video (DVD)>|
|Grossman, Allen;Wei-Skillern, Jane|
|Case Video, DVD||9-306-701|
Introduces the Nature Conservancy's Yunnan Great Rivers Project. Shows the beauty of the Yunnan River area in China, where people are encouraged to protect and preserve the treasured land as well as promote tourism. Must be used with: (9-303-007) The Nature Conservancy.
| ||Unger v. United States>|
|Reiling, Henry B.|
The founder/CEO and CFO failed to pay to Treasury funds withheld from employees' salaries. Was their activity "willful" and are they personally liable? The firm was in a cash crisis. The founder/CEO was impaired by cocaine and alcohol use and the CFO was new to the job. May be used with: (9-206-079) Allemeier v. Commissioner.
| ||Legal Compliance Programs>|
|Paine, Lynn Sharp;Bruner, Christopher M.|
Describes the basic elements of a typical corporate compliance or ethics program, focusing on the components of an "effective" program set forth in the U.S. Organizational Sentencing Guidelines. Also, outlines key issues in program design and implementation to provide an overview of relevant research.
| ||Narayana Hrudayalaya Heart Hospital: Cardiac Care for the Poor (A), Chinese Version>|
|Tarun Khanna;V. Kasturi Rangan|
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| ||Johnson & Johnson's Corporate Credo>|
|Piper, Thomas R.|
No corporate credo is better known than that of Johnson & Johnson. Describes the history of the credo, including the credo challenge initiated by the CEO, James Burke, in 1975 and the role the credo played during the Tylenol poisoning crisis.
| ||Crisis and Response: Sexual Abuse Allegations in the Boston Archdiocese (B)>|
In 2002, the Boston archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church was confronted by public revelations of how allegations of clergy sexual abuse were handled by the archdiocese during the 1990s. This case describes how the Boston archdiocese addressed the issue over the next two years. It also describes the reverberations of the scandal nationwide, theories on the root causes of the problem, and emerging sentiment in church hierarchy and the laity. Professional .....more
| ||Timberland Co., Video (DVD)>|
|Case Video, DVD||9-303-813|
Presents Jeffrey Swartz, president and CEO of Timberland Co., talking about the company and his work with City Year. Must be used with: (9-796-156) Timberland and Community Involvement.