African Tiger (B) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In January 2007, Tiger Wheels (Tiger) and ATS announced its leading banker in Germany, that it was a violation of its covenants prediction, just 18 months after the acquisition of Kentucky factory wheels. It was a critical issue, and as a result, the top management in the Tigris directly involved in the discussions. ATS have been borrowed from a consortium of European banks to finance its growth. Loans were driven and covenant not opposed any assets of ATS. Under the loan agreement, the banks have the right to call the loan if ATS were a violation of one or more of the three covenants. The purpose of the top management and the Warsaw Tiger had to win the confidence of the banking consortium, representing a comprehensive strategy, including an action plan that would restore the financial health of ATS and make it compatible with his teachings again. Afrika Korps Tiger B is part of the African Tiger case series, which includes the B cases. Case series may be taught in the basic course program strategy MBA, to focus the discussion on the portfolio of competencies in the resource-based view of the firm. Cases are also ideal for teaching the elective course on global strategy and executive MBA programs. Ideally, the case and the case of B must be used in order for the two sessions. The programs of the lack of time, instructors can select only the case B, as the case clearly reveals the problems of the country differences and difficulties in the transfer of competencies. In this situation, the teacher can make available summaries of case study note together with the case VA important topics of study are: 1) the problem of recognition and the development of new competences, 2) the limits of control and influence in the majority of owners of the strategy when key competences are to minority shareholder, and 3) the relationship between corporate responsibility, managerial knowledge, monitoring and polling operations in a large company. "Hide
by Rajinder Raina Source: Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation 20 pages. Publication Date: April 13, 2010. Prod. #: 910M10-PDF-ENG

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