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Reference no. IMD-1-0237-V
Published by: Institute for Management Development (IMD)
Published in: 2005
Notes: File size 3GB. Click for more information.

Abstract

Through a series of personal interviews, this DVD offers participants valuable insights from the key players involved in the successful turnaround of Qatar''s oldest and largest private company, which was facing a near-collapse in 2000. Divided into three chapters (''The Crisis'', ''The Workout'' and ''Lessons and Advice''), each chapter can be played at appropriate junctures in a teaching session and will both highlight the main issues in the case as well as add a personal touch in enabling participants to see and hear the key characters firsthand. The Mannai Corporation case DVD is intended as a complementary teaching tool to be used with IMD''s Mannai Corporation case series ''IMD-1-0237'' and ''IMD-1-0238''.
Location:
Size:
2004 turnover approx USD190 million, 1,450 employees
Other setting(s):
1999-2004

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Abstract

Through a series of personal interviews, this DVD offers participants valuable insights from the key players involved in the successful turnaround of Qatar''s oldest and largest private company, which was facing a near-collapse in 2000. Divided into three chapters (''The Crisis'', ''The Workout'' and ''Lessons and Advice''), each chapter can be played at appropriate junctures in a teaching session and will both highlight the main issues in the case as well as add a personal touch in enabling participants to see and hear the key characters firsthand. The Mannai Corporation case DVD is intended as a complementary teaching tool to be used with IMD''s Mannai Corporation case series ''IMD-1-0237'' and ''IMD-1-0238''.

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Location:
Size:
2004 turnover approx USD190 million, 1,450 employees
Other setting(s):
1999-2004

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