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Casebook on Corporate Renewal

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ISBN-10: 0472113690

ISBN-13: 9780472113699

Edition: 2004

Authors: Harlan D. Platt, Marjorie Platt, Marjorie B. Platt

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A helpful tool for business students studying turnaround management and corporate renewal. A Casebook on Corporate Renewalspans a variety of business areas relevant to corporate renewal and turnaround management. Corporate renewal, as a topic taught and discussed in business schools, has surged in the past decade. The cases in this book were selected to cover the knowledge and skills needed by successful turnaround managers, including ethical and legal issues; developing a plan of reorganization; and defining problems and their solutions, including strategic, financial, and operating issues. The cases challenge students to actively engage in the decision-making process in order to learn how corporate renewal is practiced in real business settings. The Casebook is meant to accompany the second edition ofPrinciples of Corporate Renewalby Harlan D. Platt, but it can be adopted separately or used with other management textbooks. Harlan D. Platt and Marjorie B. Platt are professors of business at Northeastern University in Boston.
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Book details

List price: $100.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Publication date: 11/4/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 456
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

CARTER PATE is a world-renowned turnaround expert at Pricewaterhouse-Coopers with more than twenty years of experience providing strategic consulting and implementation strategies. He has served as both CEO and chairman of several public companies, and was a founding partner of Pate, Winters & Stone, a national consulting firm. He lives in Dallas. HARLAN PLATT is a Professor in the Finance and Insurance Group at Northeastern University College of Business Administration. His major research and consulting interests include corporate bankruptcy and crisis management. He assists companies, including those on the NYSE, Nasdaq, and Irish Stock Exchanges, by serving on their boards of directors. He lives in Boston.

Turnaround management : the past as prologue
Harry Lewis : ethical manager
Shrink, Inc
Corbesco
Toys and More, Inc
Clark Automotive Parts, Inc
The creation of First City Financial Corporation : a clinical study of the bankruptcy process
Enron red flags case
AOL Latin America (B)
Periwinkle Software, Inc
Manchester Wholesale Distributors (A)
Clean Harbors
NextCard
A hard turnaround for software
Symantec's strategy-based transformation
Global Foods Inc. : a corporate renewal engagement
American Motors Corporation (B)
RCN : how to invest in a turnaround
Ajax Electronics
Jet Interiors Company Inc. : negotiating to restructure a convertible note
We hear a symphony ... or do we?
P. A. Bergner & Co
Investing in BN.com : can breakeven be achieved?
Crane Manufacturing Company
Turning around the South Dakota Microbrewery
Intelligent Signals, Inc
Berkshire Industries PLC
Titeflex Corporation : the turnaround challenge
Gillette Metal Fabrication
Bouvet Springs, Inc
CUP Corp. : measuring the customer care center
Lucent Technologies : shared financial services - balanced scorecard implementation
Cabriole
Sidethrusters, Inc. (A)
The National Financial Planners Association (A)
U.S. Auto Parts Inc. : insolvency simulation exercise