Dynamic Communities executive team was faced with a dilemma of trying to revise its membership model in an environment of significant change while still maintaining its revenue sources.
Christine Busby stood in her office and stared at a blank whiteboard. She asked herself, “Where do I start?” with a marker in hand. Christine had a front-row seat in changing how the skilled nursing facility (SNF) industry does business. There were several complicated factors, multiple rules and regulations to navigate, little money, and no …
Connected Communities: Was there worth in smart home technology in an apartment community? Should Mosaic Development add smart home technology in their multi-family developments?This was the question that Marc Mariano, development partner at Mosaic Development, pondered as he struggled to decide if he should install smart home technology in his latest multi-family project.
In August 2018, the Plant Manager of a TASUS manufacturing facility in rural Florence, Alabama, confronts a human resource management challenge: How to recruit and retain employees with needed skills, given low unemployment both locally and nationwide as well as increased competition from manufacturers who recently moved into Northwest Alabama?
The Department of Children and Families has reviewed a Technology solution that should meet most of their needs for improved client service and asset management. The protagonist, Brad Frearson, is carefully reviewing his plan and the outcomes of each for the SunCoast region.
This article analyzes a situation encountered by eParts Services, a web portal provider, when looking to expand into the European market. It focuses on the challenges involved in meeting GDPR regulation and proposes a variety of approaches on how they could meet regulatory needs.
Randy Koubek, Allbridge’s CFO, had an AR problem. He couldn’t help but wonder if the AR situation was the main problem, or if it was symptomatic of a deeper issue.
Greg founded TAB Group Pte. Ltd. in 2019 to serve the corporate and private events market. Greg wanted to curate unique events with selected vendors and roll out these events using a seamless and transparent process for customers. Response was good and TAB was ready to scale up. Then Covid-19 struck in December 2019.
In today’s competitive market, companies must rely on technology to scale the business and operate efficiently Author: Jeremy Bess, Deva Boone, Chase Dafnis, Kristiaan Gaines, Daniel Kiger Link: https://doi.org/10.28945/4866 Cite As: Bess, J., Boone, D., Dafnis, C., Gaines, K. and Kiger, D. (2021). The ticketing system that couldn’t. Muma Case Review 6(21). 1-19. https://doi.org/10.28945/4866
MAVNS, a successful construction company, has been staying ahead of the innovation curve as it relates to construction technology and site development over the past few decades. However, stagnation in the evolution of its employee time keeping processes has created a snowball effect of other issues that are ultimately costing profitability and significant competitive advantage. …