These are case questions below. I could not find the specific case but you can reach these topics online. These 3 cases seem like common. CASE#1 THE BRIBERY SCANDAL AT SIEMENS AG Questions about #case 1 1-In your opinion, is “bribing” unethical and illegal or just a cost of doing business? Discuss this in the light of Siemens’ bribery scandal. What options do companies have to win business contracts without bribing, especially in foreign countries? 2-Was the board right in not extending Kleinfeld’s term, especially in view of his overall performance as a CEO? What is likely to be the impact of his departure on the company? Was Siemens really at fault or was it just unfortunate to have got caught given the perception that many companies have to resort to bribing to win contracts?CASE # 2 MICROSOFT’S PARTNERSHIP WITH UNHCR-PRO BUNO PUBLICO? 1- Is “Partnership” the answer and the company leverage all its assets to contribute pro bono publico? 2- Is Microsoft creating the right partnerships to complement its market opening and opportunity raising? 3- Was that lunchtime initative, in 1999 during the Kosova crisis, a sign for this vast multinational to serve the challenges of diversity internally and externally? 4- Was it an accident that Microsoft’s corporate citizenship initatives were formed at the very same time as the companys share value fell and anti-trust cases multiplied? Can a company corporate citizenship activities as investments in the future. CASE # 3 NOKIA: BUSINESS INTEREST VS GERMAN PRESSURES Q1: What are the trends in the mobile handset industry? What is Nokia’s strategy and how was globalization changed its way of operation? q2: Was the German backlash against Nokia justified? How can nations make themselves more competitive? q3: What, if any, were the flaws in Nokia’s approach to announcing and handling its plant closure? What can the company do now for damage control?


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