Global leadership and management due date tuesday

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Global leadership and management due date tuesday 6 pages In this assignment, you will analyze a strategic management case. This practice is a great way to understand and remember many strategic management concepts. You will read how others have applied strategic management and share your analysis of these decisions in a written report. Choose a Comprehensive Case from your textbook. Summarize the case in no more than 3 paragraphs. Analyze and evaluate the company's actions. What kind of specific global strategies are illustrated in this case? What did you learn from reading about the company's initiatives and expansion strategy? Individual Project Rubric: Grading Criteria Percentage Deliverable requirements addressed; understanding of material and writer's message and intent are clear 35% Scholarly research which supports writer's position properly acknowledged and cited direct quotations may not exceed 10% of the word count of the body of the assignment deliverable (exclud

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Global Leadership and ManagementName:Course:Tutor:Date:Case SummaryGermany's Volkswagen AG (VW) purchased a stake of Japan's Suzuki Motor Corporation (Suzuki) in 2009. The two companies came up with an agreement to share their technologies, as well as their distribution networks. Lon one hand, VW was to provide Suzuki with its electric and hybrid technologies, as well as access to global markets. In return, Suzuki offered to provide VW with full access to its small-displacement motors, as well as Indian presence (Latorre, 2012). However, in 2011, Suzuki served VW with a notice of breach of contract purporting that VW did not serve its obligation to provide access to its technology. Subsequently, VW purported that Suzuki violated the terms of the agreement following its procurement of diesel engines from Fiat. The conflict was further aggravated by the cultural differences between the two companies. The two companies later terminated the partnership in 2011.Following the break-up, Suzuki demanded to buy back part of its stake from VW and sell the remaining stake to VW. On the contrary, VW informed Suzuki that it could not waive its stake in Suzuki and that it was unlawful to do so. Consequently, Suzuki applied for arbitration against VW in the International Chamber of Commerce's International Court of Arbitration (Latorre, 2012). In response, VW expressed its willingness to participate in the arbitration process. However, the two companies vowed to stick by th

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