case study Tesla Motors, management homework help

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Step 1: Case - Tesla Moters (Case 26);

Step 2: Do the Research Perform some general research on the company you selected and become familiar with the company. (The research alone will require at least an hour or two of your time, so please allow ample time to complete this case analysis.)

Step 3; Conduct Your Analysis of this company. Use the VRINE Model, described in your textbook, to describe how your company has achieved its financial results. Consider doing a SWOT Analysis. Follow the guidelines in the text for organizing your case analysis. There is a SAMPLE CASE ANALYSIS in your TEXT.

Step 4: Write Your Strategic Analysis. Suggested format of your analysis: (use the APA format for writing your paper)

  • Include a cover page on your paper.
  • Introduction to the company you selected
  • Address each question in application of the VRINE Model as it relates to your company. Be sure to explain your rationale.
  • Have a Summary paragraph or two at the end of your paper to highlight your major ideas and strategic recommendations.
  • A References section should follow the text of your paper to show all the resources you used in analyzing your case.

You should be able to do an adequate analysis in APA 7-8 double spaced pages, including your cover page and references listing. Run a spelling and grammar check before submitting your paper.


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STEPS COVERED IN STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING PROCESS 1A 1B 2 3 4 5A Strategy Implementa tion Evaluat ion & Control 7 8 Review Mission & Objectives Alternatives Strategic Factors Strategic Posture Corporate Governance External Factors Internal Factors Performance Strategy Formulation 5B 6 Written Case Analysis There are at least three approaches to use with written case analyses. One is the comprehensive student report that covers all the issues in the case in a complete manner including references and exhibits (ratios, pro forma financial reports, product life cycle drawings, etc.). A second approach is the short report prepared in response to a specific question such as, “If the firm continues with its present strategies and objectives, where will it be in 5 years?” A third approach, which we strongly recommend, is the strategic audit. It forces the student to do a complete strategic analysis as in the comprehensive report, but it is only a three to five-page outline and is thus quick to read and easy to grade. Source: J. D. Hunger, “The Case Method of Teaching: Some Helpful Hints,” Proceedings, Midwest Society for Case Research (March 1985), p. 7. Contents requirements of a Case Study Report A. Situation Definition 1. Considered current performance, mission, objectives, etc. _____ 2. Considered corporate governance (if applicable) 3. Dealt with societal trends _____ _____ 4. Dealt with industry opportunities and threats _____ 5. Identified internal strengths _____ 6. Identified internal weaknesses _____ 7. Stated strategic factors clearly and concisely _____ 8. Considered both immediate and long term problems _____ B. Situation Analysis 1. Distinguished between symptoms and underlying problems or causes _____ 2. Distinguished between fact, opinion, and own inferences _____ 3. Recognized all important factors _____ 4. Considered the time frame of the case _____ 5. Avoided excessive rehash of case facts _____ 6. Reflected good understanding of case material _____ 7. Brought in outside information as appropriate _____ 8. Utilized relevant strategy concepts to aid understanding _____ C. Alternative Assessment 1. Identified all feasible alternatives _____ 2. Alternatives consistent with situation assessment _____ 3. Evaluated each alternative in terms of risk, cost, timing, etc., as pros and cons _____ D. Recommendation 1. Clearly presented the recommendation _____ 2. Recommendation followed logically from previous analysis _____ 3. Provided for implementation of recommended solution, including control procedures _____ E. Maintained proper balance among situation definition and analysis, alternative assessment, and recommendation ...
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Tesla Motors, Inc.’s vision and mission declarations echo’s the nature of its conspicuous
all-electric car manufacturing industry. Started in the year 2003, the firm became gainful in 2013.
Continual growth indicates that the bazaar is answering to the organization’s motorized and
associated products. This situation highlights the suitability of the company’s operation statement.
In reality, the mission sentence guides Tesla’s planned choices. In relation, the agreeing vision
statement outlines Tesla’s route of structural growth. With a sturdy trademark and cumulative
fame, the firm is placed to prosper in the universal electric motor bazaar. Tesla Motors, Inc. trails
its mission and vision statements to emphasis its business on power-driven cars and associated
products. Nevertheless, recent variations in the bazaar and the trade have provoked the company
to review its mission declaration while maintaining the unchanged vision statement for the time
being.
Corporate Governance
The shareholder’s analysis graph identifies the main players that have effect on the general
direction of the firm. It is broken down into four clusters; Social, Product Management, Capital
Management, and Organizational. The most influential leader in the company is Elon Musk. He
is idealistic and is dedicated to making a change in the universe. Beside him is a group of directors
with years of knowledge from several automobile firms and tech firms like Apple and Google.
Tesla’s biggest associate is the Japanese battery seller Panasonic. Lately they settled on a
partnership to make and run the biggest battery manufacturing factory pointed at increasing the
accessibility and affordability of power-driven vehicle arrays. They also partnered with Daimler
ever since the IPO in 2010. There were teams that toiled together to make the powertrain and
shared their know-how. Daimler lately sold its dividends of Tesla, but then they still labor

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together. Toyota also financed $50 million into the business and the two firms shared engineering
skill. Tesla was a major partner in the making of the RAV4
External Opportunities
Today’s culture is more conscious of the effects on the environs than before.
Administrations around the globe are making struggles to lessen greenhouse vapors and
counterbalance their carbon footmark. Many governments suggest support program and credits for
green-energy firms to help to find extra investment for development, as well as government
motivations across many industrialized countries in backing of green car acceptance will inspire
customers to buy such vehicles (Wood). Presently the U.S is proposing a $7,500 federal duty
credit on the acquisition of a fresh Tesla, whereas the United Kingdom proposes a government
funding of 5000 pounds. These are just a few cas...

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