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C/B/1218. BA and Iberia Merger

WORDS:
2800
DATE:
2008
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper examines the process of strategic planning required for the merger of two major European carriers, i.e. BA and Iberia. The possible result of the merger and its impact on the competitive landscape is discussed examining the motives behind the merger and its effect on the major stakeholders of both companies. Porter's generic strategies, five forces, value chain and resource analysis is conducted.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, BA, Iberia, Strategic Planning, Porter's generic strategies, five fo,

 

C/M/426. British Airways: Change Management Proposal

WORDS:
2500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This change management case study has been aimed at reflecting the practices of the company British Airways to cope with the changing and turbulent environment, along with making recommendations in order to bridge the gap between their practices and the management theory. This document has been divided into different distinct analyses that include company profile, management style and organizational structure, organizational culture, approach towards change, and change strategy for the case organization British Airways.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, Organizational Theory, Change Management, Corporate Culture, Structur,

 

C/M/666. British Airways: Structure and Culture Analysis

WORDS:
1300
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper examines the organisational structure of British Airways (BA), the second largest airline in the world, and assesses the value and culture prevalent in the company. The report includes the company overview and the analysis of their structural and cultural values, and their impact on employee behaviour.

 

KEYWORDS: Corporate Culture, Organizational Structure, British Airways, BA, Values, Airlines,

 

C/L/165. Case review of British Airways plc v Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd

WORDS:
1000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This essay reviews the case of British Airways plc vs. Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd. It looks at the competition aspects of this case and the facts, the legal issues raised, and the findings of the court.

 

KEYWORDS: Competition, EU, Law,

 

C/M/450. British Airways ? Services Marketing

WORDS:
3000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

This paper examines British Airway's strategy to differentiate by offering high quality services. The research will be linked to theoretical marketing concepts such as the 7P's of services marketing mix, the flower of services, the positioning map and customer relationship management.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, services marketing, marketing mix, flower of services, customer relat,

 

E/HR/89. Strategic Leadership Assignment: case study of British Airways

WORDS:
3000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper offers a critical analysis of an article 'Managing Culture at British Airways: Hype, Hope, and Reality', Grugulis, I., Wilkinson, A. (2002). In: Long Range Planning, 35, pp. 179-194. Paper is summarising the authors' assumptions and discussing the main themes of the BA case study. A review of theoretical approaches to corporate culture, leadership, HRM, etc. is presented.

 

KEYWORDS: Culture, Leadership, British Airways, HRM,

 

C/B/618. British Airways: Macro Environmental Analysis

WORDS:
3500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The report has been aimed at understanding how British Airways has become 'a very different entity' in a short span of time. The specific objectives include analysis of European airline industry, macro environment analysis (PEST) of the industry, competitive environment analysis (Porter's Five Forces), evaluation of opportunities and treats, and discussion of strategic options for British Airways.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, Airlines, PEST, Porter Five Forces, UK, Europe,

 

C/B/637. British Airways PEST Analysis

WORDS:
1550
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

British Airways (BA) is a full service airline with operations spanning 75 countries spread across Europe, North America, South America and Asia. This paper will perform an environmental scan of British Airways to identify a particular factor or trend that can have an impact on the organisation.

 

KEYWORDS: british, airways, pest,

 

C/F/160. British Airways Financial Analysis: 2004-2005

WORDS:
1800
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper analyses the financial evolution of British Airways. Based on the financial information available for the public and shareholders, a horizontal and vertical analysis was conducted. The use of financial ratios also helped to go deeper in some of the relevant issues.

Updated version of this paper is available here:  C/F/1032. Financial analysis of British Airways
 

KEYWORDS: British Airways Corporate finance, Financial Ratios, Vertical and Horizontal financia,

 

C/M/519. Strategic Management at British Airways

WORDS:
4500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
49.99 GBP

This strategic management report has been aimed at reflecting the practices of the company British Airways to cope with the changing and turbulent environment, along with making recommendations in order to bridge the gap between its practices and the management theory. The report has been divided into different distinct analyses that include company profile, organizational change, manipulation vs. adaptation, exploring possibilities, and design for emergence for British Airways.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, Strategic Management, Strategy, Change Management, BA, Airlines,

 

C/B/679. Strategic Improvement scenarios for British Airways

WORDS:
5000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
59.99 GBP

The paper considers three improvements scenarios with regards to the BA's present competitive position: continuous improvements, radical improvements and improvements cycle. The analysis is focused on the improvements of service concept which is considered as the primary source of BA's competitive potential to face the pressure of low-cost airlines. The consideration of scenarios is based on PESTLE and SWOT analyses.

 

KEYWORDS: BA, British airways, continuous improvement, radical improvement, PESTLE, SWOT,

 

C/B/680. PESTLE and SWOT analyses of British Airways

WORDS:
1700
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper presents PESTLE and SWOT analyses of British Airways.

Updated version of this paper is available here:  C/B/3449. PESTEL and SWOT analyses of British Airways
 

KEYWORDS: PESTLE, SWOT BA,

 

C/F/208. Budget Planning: Airline Industry and British Airways

WORDS:
1400
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper analyses the budgeting planning of British airways. It explores the risks and uncertainty faced by the company, and most importantly by the whole industry. There is a description of the results for the year of 2006/07

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, Budgeting planning, financial accounts,

 

C/B/709. Strategic Tourism Management: Factual Strategies from British Airways Plc

WORDS:
3500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

This work looks at portraying factual strategies from British Airways Plc. Part of this work must critically evaluate the extent to which from British Airways Plc's strategy is driven. Some of the key tasks answered within this work are: the resources and capabilities, the competitive structure of the tourism industry, cultural or behavioural consideration, and exploring how globalisation has impacted the strategy and structure of the organisation and examine the ethical basis of a global strategy of the organisation. There is a discussion on the theories behind each of these areas and how factual strategies have been linked to the theorists (authors) British Airways Plc points of view.

 

KEYWORDS: Strategic Tourism Management, Strategies, Factual, British Airways Plc,

 

C/B/715. British Airways ? Environmental Scan

WORDS:
1800
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

British Airways in one of the most popular full service airlines in the world with operations spanning the breadth of 75 countries covering the entire globe from Europe, North America, South America to Asia. This paper will attempt to perform an environmental scan through the extended PEST analysis for the organisation with an aim to identify its effect on the company over the last 10 years.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, PEST, aviation industry,

 

C/M/574. Strategic management: British Airways

WORDS:
5000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
59.99 GBP

The aviation industry has seen a volatile market in the recent times with the advent of the new form of low cost carriers emerging in to the industry taking up major market share of the traditional carriers. This has forced many industry leaders to make coalitions with these carriers and survive in the industry. In the present report, the author would analyse the external and internal environment of a British aviation giant British Airways through SWOT analysis. In addition, the author has given a detailed outlook of the aviation industry in Europe in general and Great Britain in particular. The report would present a case study of the possible acquisition of British Airways of a Spanish airlines Iberia in which is has already brought about 10% stake. In addition, the author would explain the horizontal acquisition process between these two airlines and suggest some recommendations.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, SWOT analysis, Business Strategy, Iberia, Acquisition,

 

C/F/231. British Airways: Financial Statement Analysis

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper examines the financial ratios of British Airways for the 2003-2007 years evaluating the company's management and operation activities and providing guidance for the investors. Classical horizontal, Vertical, Trend ratio analysis is conducted, as well as DuPont System.

Updated version of this paper is available here:  C/F/1032. Financial analysis of British Airways
 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, Financial Statement, Ratio,

 

C/HR/222. Executive compensation analysis at British Airways

WORDS:
1000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper examines the executive pay at British Airways (BA) explaining the main theoretical principles for executive compensation, providing a short overview on the current operation activities of BA, discussing the current executive compensation package, and suggesting its possible enhancement.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, Executive compensation,

 

C/HR/232. Importance HRM Practices in Organisation Strategy: Case Study of British Airways

WORDS:
2500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper reports on British Airways (BA) reviewing their growth over the past decades, identifying the main external factors that have exerted pressure on the company, and discussing the ways to attract an effective workforce to BA. The issues of psychological contract are addressed, the features of a learning organisation are described with reference to BA.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, BA, HRM, workforce, psychological contract,

 

E/F/83. British Airways: Financial Analysis

WORDS:
1000
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper reports on the position of British Airways (BA) performing analysis of their financial ratios, i.e. profitability, ROCE, liquidity, credit period, structure, etc for years from 2002 till 2006. Recommendations are suggested about the methods of increasing their turnover and revenue.

Updated version of this paper is available here:  C/F/1032. Financial analysis of British Airways
 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, BA, financial ratios,

 

C/B/781. Analysis of British Airways

WORDS:
3700
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper examines the internal and external problems faced by British Airways (BA) conducting Porter's value chain analysis of BA, discussing the PEST and HRM factors that affect BA performance, and assessing the company's strategies in the competitive environment of the industry.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, value chain analysis,

 

C/OM/49. British Airways and SouthWest Airlines: the case studies analysis

WORDS:
1500
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper analyses two case studies from the 'Operations Management: Strategic Context and Managerial Analysis' book by Terry Hill: 'British Airways: Customizing the Service' and 'Southwest Airlines'. The paper presents SWOT analyses of BA and SouthWest airlines, their Key Order-Winners and Order-Qualifiers, the delivery system components of the airline industry and the competitive operations for British Airways and South West Airlines. Assignment specifically addresses the following questions: Analyse BA's and SouthWest's markets as described in the case study. Identify the key order-winners (OW) and qualifiers (OQ) that constitute operations' strategic task. Briefly explain why you have identified each specific OW and OQ. Construct a schematic diagram of the elements of the 'operations delivery system' for an airline. Explain how operations in BA and SouthWest can support the needs of their markets in each segment of the delivery system.

 

KEYWORDS: BA, British Airways, SouthWest Airlines, SWOT, airline industry,

 

E/B/88. British Airways and easyJet: comparative analysis

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2006
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper reports on the European operations of the British Airways (BA Connect) and easyJet comparing their marketing strategies, strategic choices, competitors, etc. PEST, SWOT, product life cycle and other models are used (in the Appendices).

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, BA, easyJet,

 

C/B/366. An analysis of the competitive environment in which the airline industry operates, with specific reference to British Airways.

WORDS:
1400
DATE:
2006
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper explores the key issues that are in the competitive and macro environments that are facing British Airways. A PESTLE analysis was carried out which identified the macro factors that are impacting on British Airways and the airline industry. This analysis found that social factors such as changes in demographics matched with increasing affluence are creating an increase in the numbers of passengers using air carriers. It was also found that technology has presented the industry for huge opportunities for increased ease of purchasing tickets and booking in services and opportunities for reducing costs. However, this increase in technology has also enabled low cost carriers to enter the market and increase the intensity of the market. The industry is also facing difficulties due to environmental concerns and increases in the cost of fuel. British airlines are further hampered by the subsidies many other national airlines enjoy from their governments. A five force analysis was also used to analyse the competitive environment. It was found that BA operates in an intensely competitive market.

 

KEYWORDS: competitive, environment, airline, industry, operates, specific, reference, british, airways,

 

P/HR/280. HRM in British Airways

WORDS:
3000
DATE:
2006
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper reports on the HRM practices in British Airways providing the companys overview and discussing the transformations in their culture and structure, the introduction of new training programmes, the focus on customer-oriented approach, etc. The importance of customer and employee loyalty for the companys success is emphasised.

 

KEYWORDS: British Airways, employee loyalty, customer-oriented,