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Compact case
Authors: Tom McEwan (University of Portsmouth); L Eames (University of Portsmouth)
Published in: 1982
Length: 4 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

The case study deals with the decisions that had to be taken by a Business Studies graduate who had to assume control of the family garage, car sales and repairs business due to the sudden illness of his father. The main decision concerned investigating ways of improving the efficiency of the petrol station. First of three parts (382-059-1 to 382-061-1).
Location:
Size:
25 employees
Other setting(s):
1979-1980

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Abstract

The case study deals with the decisions that had to be taken by a Business Studies graduate who had to assume control of the family garage, car sales and repairs business due to the sudden illness of his father. The main decision concerned investigating ways of improving the efficiency of the petrol station. First of three parts (382-059-1 to 382-061-1).

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Location:
Size:
25 employees
Other setting(s):
1979-1980

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