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C/HR/1730. Reward management in Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
1050
DATE:
2014
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

Reward management in Southwest Airlines rnThe paper looks at the system of reward management (RM) adopted in the US company Southwest Airlines (SA) discussing their use of short term monetary benefits, and arguing that money is a key work motivator and source of job satisfaction. The effectiveness of the SA reward system is evaluated.

 

KEYWORDS: Reward, Southwest Airlines, SA, money,

 

C/F/1521. Role of oil futures in risk management: case study of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
2530
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the role of oil futures market in risk management practices of commercial companies explaining theoretical approaches to hedging via futures contracts. Literature is reviewed on the efficiency of oil futures in risk management and the speculations' effects on the oil futures market. A case study of the US company Southwest Airlines is presented examining their losses in 2010 caused by the hedging of fuel price risks.

 

KEYWORDS: oil futures, risk management, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/4489. Marketing report on Southwest airlines

WORDS:
3550
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

This paper presents a marketing report on southwest airlines. The paper uses the SWOT and PEST analysis tools to assess the organization, and also makes use of the balanced scorecard analysis. The paper then uses the 4M model for the airline, and follows with a consumer and market audit. Conclusions are made regarding recommendations.

 

KEYWORDS: Marketing report, southwest airlines, SWOT, PEST, 4M model, consumer audit, market audit,

 

C/M/2495. Effective people management and organizational performance: theory and case of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
4400
DATE:
2012
PRICE:
49.99 GBP

The paper addresses the significance of people management in HRM context considering it with regard to the US company Southwest Airlines (SA). Literature is reviewed on the link between people management and organizational performance. Approaches to HRM are detailed including the best practice approach, the configurational approach and the contingency approach. Benefits, shortcomings and applications of each approach are highlighted.

 

KEYWORDS: people management, organizational performance, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/3867. Corporate social responsibility at Jet Blue Airlines

WORDS:
3300
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

This paper examines Jet Blue, the airline company, and aims to discuss the company’s success in direct comparison with South-West Airlines. The paper begins by outlining Jet Blue’s approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR). The competition between the two airlines is assessed, and the paper then analyses Jet Blue’s organizational structure.

 

KEYWORDS: Jet Blue, South West Airlines, corporate social responsibility, CSR, Organisational structure,

 

C/B/3645. Impact of corporate culture on organisational strategy: theory and example of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
1200
DATE:
2011
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the importance of corporate culture for company success discussing how corporate culture can assists in the execution of strategy and in providing a desirable and uniform behavioral standard for employees. The example of corporate culture in Southwest Airlines is considered.

 

KEYWORDS: corporate culture, organisational strategy, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/F/931. Southwest airlines one report. A Harvard Business School case study

WORDS:
1550
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper examines the Harvard case study Southwest Airlines One report by Robert G. Eccles, Beiting Cheng, and Susan Thyne. The paper concentrates on the issue of integrated reporting, focusing on the case study. The background to integrated reporting is provided, and the reason why South West Airlines needs to move toward integrated reporting is provided. The paper then looks at the firm’s one report which discusses the company’s financial information, the information about employees, customers etc, and green house emissions. The impact that this report has had is evaluated, and the paper then suggests recommendations for the improvement of the report. The paper concludes by evaluating the future of corporate governance and integrated reporting.

 

KEYWORDS: Southwest airlines, One report, integrated reporting, green house emissions, corporate governance,

 

C/B/2736. Porter's 5 Forces analysis of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
850
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. The paper includes Porter's 5 forces analysis of Southwest Airlines, which discusses the bargaining power of customers, bargaining power of suppliers, threat of new entrants and threat of substitute products and intensity of competitive rivalry affecting Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: Porter, 5 forces, five forces, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2735. PESTEL and Porter's 5 Forces analyses of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
2000
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. Within the paper is a PESTEL analysis which critically assesses Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal factors affecting Southwest Airlines, and Porter's 5 Forces analysis of Southwest Airlines, which discusses the bargaining power of customers, bargaining power of suppliers, threat of new entrants and threat of substitute products and intensity of competitive rivalry affecting Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: PEST, PESTEL, PESTLE, Porter, 5 forces, five forces, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2734. Value chain analysis of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
750
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. The paper consists of a Value Chain Analysis of Southwest Airlines, which is a management tool used to identify key activities within the organisation which form its value chain: Inbound logistics, Operations, outbound logistics, marketing and sales, service, procurements, human resource management, technology development and firm infrastructure.

 

KEYWORDS: Value Chain, Inbound logistics, Operations, outbound logistics, marketing and sales, service, procurements, human resource management, technology development and firm infrastructure, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2733. SWOT and Value Chain Analyses of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
1000
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. The paper consists of a SWOT analysis, evaluating strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of Southwest Airlines, and a Value Chain Analysis of Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: SWOT, TOWS, Value Chain, Inbound logistics, Operations, outbound logistics, marketing and sales, service, procurements, human resource management, technology development and firm infrastructure, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2732. SWOT analysis of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
600
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. A comprehensive SWOT analysis is conducted, a tool for auditing an organisation and its environment and used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: SWOT, TOWS, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2731. PESTEL and SWOT analyses of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
1700
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. The paper consists of a SWOT analysis, which is used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of Southwest Airlines. Also included within the paper is a PESTEL analysis, which critically assesses Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal factors, affecting Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: PESTEL, PEST, SWOT, TOWS, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2730. PESTEL analysis of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
1450
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. The paper consists of PESTEL analysis, which stands for Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal, critically assessing a framework of macro-environmental factors affecting Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: PEST, PESTEL, PESTLE, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2729. Strategic Analysis of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
2250
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper presents an overview of Southwest Airlines. The paper consists of PESTEL, Porter’s 5 forces and SWOT analyses of Southwest Airlines.

 

KEYWORDS: PEST, PESTEL, PESTLE, SWOT, Porter, 5 forces, TOWS, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2728. PESTEL, Porter's 5 Forces, SWOT and Value Chain analyses of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
2800
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This paper looks at Southwest Airlines, one of the largest and most profitable domestic airlines in the US, with a strong brand and robust business strategy. The paper examines the operating environment that the airline operates in through PESTLE analysis, it assesses the factors that will affect the company’s operational effectiveness using porters five forces analysis, value chain analysis demonstrates where the company adds value to its product. Finally, a SWOT analysis looks at the company’s main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

 

KEYWORDS: PEST, PESTEL, PESTLE, SWOT, Porter, 5 forces, TOWS, Value Chain, Southwest Airlines,

 

C/B/2103. Low cost strategy: case study of Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
800
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper examines the application of Porter’s generic strategies model to the airline industry conducting a case study of Southwest Airlines to explain how the relative lack of barriers to entry affects competition within the airline industry. The issues of poor labour productivity in low cost airlines are addressed suggesting recommendations about the ways to raise labour efficiency.

 

KEYWORDS: Porter’s generic strategies, Southwest Airlines, low cost airlines, labour productivity,

 

C/B/2102. Report on Southwest Airlines

WORDS:
800
DATE:
2010
PRICE:
9.99 GBP

The paper examines the application of Porter’s generic strategies model to the airline industry conducting a case study of Southwest Airlines and responds to the following tasks: Explain why the low cost airline business has limited barriers to entry, how can being an effective cost leader have an impact on levels of competition in the industry? Give an example of an employment area in the low cost airlines business where it is (a) difficult to improve labour productivity (b) easier to improve labour productivity. How would you account for the differences between areas a and b?

 

KEYWORDS: Porter’s generic strategies, Southwest Airlines, low cost airlines, labour productivity,

 

C/T/109. Literature review: development of E-travel and tourism and case study of Southwest Airline

WORDS:
9400
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
99.99 GBP

The paper presents a Literature Review chapter of a dissertation on the use of the Internet in the tourism industry discussing the recent changes within the industry and the technological issues related to its fast growth, particularly, the integration of the Internet in the tourism industry and the emergence of the e-tourism concept. The features of e-tourism and online travel are explored highlighting their advantages, discussing the drivers of the tourist and travel industry, the development of the Internet as a market place, the role of intermediaries in the industry, the process of ‘disintermediation’, the traditional and online techniques of booking tickets, the advent of the low cost airlines, etc. A case study of Southwest US low cost airline is presented analysing the factors that lead to their success. The future of the online travel and tourism industry is discussed.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, literature review, Southwest Airlines, disintermediation, e-tourism, Internet, market place, online booking, e-tickets,

 

C/B/1813. Southwest Airlines: low-cost carrier's success through strategic operations

WORDS:
4000
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
49.99 GBP

The paper examines the success factors behind the US low-cost airline Southwest Airlines (SA) describing the company’s background, the principles of their business approach, the target market, the low-cost strategy, the flexibility of business and service delivery, the operations across a wide route network, airport selection, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: Southwest Airlines, low-cost airlines,

 

C/M/1120. Customer Relationship Management

WORDS:
3800
DATE:
2009
PRICE:
39.99 GBP

The paper examines the benefits and techniques of customer relationship management (CRM) tracing its history, highlighting its role in gaining customer's loyalty and describing the use of Information Technology (IT) for implementing CRM. Examples are provided of the CRM applications in the Southwest airlines, Ritz Carlton and Dell Computer Corporation. The challenges of CRM implementation are outlined suggesting the ways to address them.

 

KEYWORDS: Customer Relationship Management, CRM,

 

S/M/323. Southwest airlines and London Heathrow Airport

WORDS:
1100
DATE:
2007
PRICE:
19.99 GBP

The paper offers a Marketing mix analysis (4Ps) of the US low-cost Southwest airlines accounting for the company's success. A brief description of London Heathrow Airport is given.

 

KEYWORDS: Southwest airlines, low-cost, London Heathrow Airport,

 

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,

 

P/F/119. Financial Statement Analysis of Hawaiian Airlines, Continental Airlines and Southwest Airlines for Investment purposes

WORDS:
2500
DATE:
2003
PRICE:
29.99 GBP

This report examines the annual statements of Hawaiian Airlines, Continental Airlines and Southwest Airlines from the perspective of an investor and employs financial statement analyses as the basis for a recommendation of the most favourable investment choice.

 

KEYWORDS: f, financial, statement, hawaiian, airlines, continental, airlines, southwest, airlines, investment, purposes,

 

D/B/14. Southwest Airlines: How an organisation has used internal marketing as a potent tool to grow in an ailing industry.

WORDS:
5000
DATE:
2003
PRICE:
59.99 GBP

This paper first tries to explain the recent thinking and models on the area of internal marketing and how southwest has tried to leverage it as a tool for competitive advantage. Later an attempt is made to draw a connection between internal marketing and its impact on external customer satisfaction. Finally an attempt has been made to throw light on the issue faced by southwest in the near future and how it can solve these critical issues related to internal marketing.

 

KEYWORDS: southwest, airlines, organisation, internal, marketing, potent, tool, grow, ailing, industry,