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Research methodologyInformation about Volkswagen’s human and animal testing was obtained from the secondary sources cited.Case overview/synopsisIn 2014, Volkswagen (VW), BMW and Daimler funded an institute to conduct research to support their position that diesel engines are cleaner and safer...
Theoretical basisThe fraud diamond theory, the COSO framework on internal control and theories of ethical leadership and ethical decision making are applied.Research methodologyThe details of this case were compiled using publicly available information, including court records and news reports....
Theoretical basisThis case used the interplay between individuals, firms and markets to examine how a company sustained success from its value adding activities. The theory of value creation was demonstrated by the leader’s ability to configure the firm’s tangible and intangible resources to...
Theoretical basisIn any company, there are conflicts of interest and different opinions on the business strategy. However, a well-established system of corporate governance allows us to minimise those conflicts and enables most disagreements to be solved in a civilised way. The case provides an...
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