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Organisational Theory, Structure and Design
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1. As the HR head of a Jubiliant Hospitalities, you have to create an Organizational Structure. Jubiliant has a pan India presence with an employee strength of 5000. They own three-star properties and cater majorly to corporate houses. Their key departments are business development, operations and Guest management teams. The company believes in empowering employee and is looking at creating an inclusive and transparent work culture. Explain the elements to be considered while finalizing the structure.
(10 Marks)
2. Healthcare Pharma wants to conduct an internal analysis to understand the future of the company. Top management wants to conduct an internal environment analysis for effective planning. Suggest some techniques that can be considered for this exercise.

(10 Marks)
3. Arunam works for Hitech Solutions, a software development company. Organization wants him to improve the diversity score of the company. Arunam feels that the company has been very close-group in the past. Diversity was not a part of the DNA of the company. He fears that old employees may feel threatened or become skeptical of these changes. He believes that the company should systematically introduce this change and plan for it.

a. What could the Factors that have prompted the company to focus on Organisational Diversity. Do you think the company will benefit from this move? (5 Marks)

b. Using the Kotter’s Eight-step Model, enumerate the steps needed for implementing change in Hitech solutions. (5 Marks)
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Consumer Behaviour
CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR SEPTEMBER 2019 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT
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1. Parachute is known for its range of coconut-based hair products, manufactured by Marico. While their flagship product is their Parachute coconut hair oil, over the years they have extended the brand to make Parachute Advansed Oil for specialized hair care needs and Parachute Advansed Body Lotion for skin care needs. What is Stimulus Generalization? How has Parachute generalized the stimulus of “goodness of coconut” into its brand extensions? (10 Marks)
2. Consider you are in the market for a luxury watch. Enumerate the steps in this purchase using the Consumer Decision Making Model: Input, Process, and Output. (10 Marks)

3. a) Explain the different adopter categories in the Innovation adoption process, taking the example of any innovative product of your choice. (5 Marks)

3. b) What are membership groups and symbolic groups? Discuss 1 membership group and 1 symbolic group from your life. (5 Marks)

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Corporate Finance

NMIMS CORPORATE FINANCE SEPTEMBER 2019
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1. The risk free Rate of return is 6 %, Return on market is 11% and the Beta of Michelllo Private limited is 1.1. Estimate the cost of Equity and also mention the steps to calculate the opportunity cost of capital as per the CAPM Model.

2. Mehta & Mehta constructing company wants to make an investment worth 500 crores in certain real estate projects. As a financial advisor to the company discuss the capital budgeting process with them, covering suitable points. (10 Marks)

3. Anna dude Enterprises has Rs 5lacs in assets that are financed with 100% equity. Fixed cost are Rs1.2lacs. The EBIT of Anna dude Enterprises for the year is Rs80000. The applicable tax rate is 40%. In case its EBIT increases by 10%and reduces by 10%
Define, calculate & interpret the
a. Net income (5 Marks)

b. Return on equity

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International Business
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS NMIMS SEPTEMBER 2019
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1. George Bush gave Chinese Premier Li Peng a gift of cowboy boots embroidered with the American and Chinese flags in it. This act was criticized widely by many diplomats on account of a significant miss on the part of administration protocol experts. Discuss the above case highlighting the importance of culture in international business.


2. Discuss how McDonald illustrate the blend of product standardization and Product adaptation strategy in international business. (10 Marks)

3. Corporate social responsibility has been widely accepted and practiced in most of the organizations throughout the world.

a. Discuss any one company’s CSR Initiatives which has inspired you for all these years. Highlight the initiatives with respect to CSR Activities. (5 Marks)

b. Enumerate the Benefits of CSR.

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Operations Management
NMIMS SOLVED ASSIGNMENT Operations Management SEPTEMBER 2019
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1. Explain how the operations strategies are different when applied to a service company such as “Indigo Airlines” versus an aircraft manufacturing company such as Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). (10 Marks)

2. What are the key factors that firms consider while choosing a location to operate? List five major reasons, why any Pharmaceuticals manufacturing firm should operate (locate its factory) in India. (10 Marks)
3. Bhanji has spent nearly two decades working at Metro Brands, which was started by her grandfather as a stand-alone store in Colaba in 1947 and has since grown to over 500 stores across the country. She radiates enthusiasm for retail. “I’ve only ever worked here. I came here straight after my undergraduation. It’s not like a business where you don’t see an end result. You put something in the store, within a week you know how that shoe is working. You see new creations, you see new ranges," she says.
Keeping in touch with the ground realities of retail is essential to corporate strategy. “From being purely a product brand, we have become a retail brand. When you walk into the Colaba Metro store, the collection will be different from the Linking Road store. We curate the product for each store. I want the best collection for a customer who walks into a store," she says.
Two years ago, Bhanji and her team implemented Eli Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints (TOC), a management philosophy that leads to profit improvement through greater efficiency in business processes.
“Theory of Constraints brought efficiency to our front end, helping the way we sell go from art to science. For example, 40 new designs are introduced into our system every week. After four weeks, we address how they have sold. We had thumb rules to check what happens, and decide if a design worked. It is like an art, but applying TOC helped us make it a science."
The project came with management challenges for Bhanji, including getting on board the front line supply chain teams who had to adopt the new technology.
“TOC wasn’t so tough from a technology angle, but it was supremely difficult from our mindset angle. How do you tell someone that the computer may know some things better than you?" she says, as the legacy brand has a number of long-time employees.
(Source: https://www.livemint.com/mint-lounge/business-of-life/how-science-and-art-meet-in-shoe-retail-1558365780350.html)
a. Explain the concept of “Theory of Constraints (TOC)”. (5 Marks)

b. What all possible challenges Bhanji might face with the TOC?

       

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