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    Just need some case studies for globalisation and i'm done.
    I've got Starbucks/Tesco, anyone willing to share some detailed notes?
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    (Original post by iggyDash)
    what type of culture would you describe zaposs's
    In terms of Handy's classifications probably people culture, but i think it would be better to describe Zappos as having a family-like culture. I mean they refer to their employees as family members as opposed to workers, just like how John Lewis refers to its employees as partners
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    (Original post by YoloPirate)
    Just need some case studies for globalisation and i'm done.
    I've got Starbucks/Tesco, anyone willing to share some detailed notes?
    i got nothing, instead i need your help
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    (Original post by YoloPirate)
    Just need some case studies for globalisation and i'm done.
    I've got Starbucks/Tesco, anyone willing to share some detailed notes?
    Dyson's relocation to Malaysia in 2002 may be one to look into
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    (Original post by nadster)
    Other way around for me... what exam board did you do?
    Edexcel! I'm not saying C4 was nice, but almost every question in C3 was tricky, it was the hardest paper I've ever done and I've done all the past papers and solomon papers lol

    So do you also to Business, Maths and Economics?
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    (Original post by nadster)
    In terms of Handy's classifications probably people culture, but i think it would be better to describe Zappos as having a family-like culture. I mean they refer to their employees as family members as opposed to workers, just like how John Lewis refers to its employees as partners
    another one if you've done ikea, they refer to them as 'co-workers'
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    How do you answer section A
    Is it the culture topics weve made notes on and then insert business scenarios? :/
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    can you use this as a csr thing

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-22977074
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    (Original post by Liamp487)
    Edexcel! I'm not saying C4 was nice, but almost every question in C3 was tricky, it was the hardest paper I've ever done and I've done all the past papers and solomon papers lol

    So do you also to Business, Maths and Economics?
    I do MEI... such an evil board. so very evil. hate it. we had to do coursework as part of C3 :mad:
    and yep i do those subjects
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    (Original post by needtosucceed=))
    another one if you've done ikea, they refer to them as 'co-workers'
    Oh yeah, you're right. thanks for that
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    is recession worth revising?
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    (Original post by nadster)
    the good thing about setting low expectations is that you can only do better than you thought
    Haha you are so right my friend. I have low expectations so therefore low pressure on me but I doubt il be able to get any higher than a C/D. Ive done my research and revision but barely none if any exam practise :rolleyes:
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    Given the length of the exam, how long should our essays be? Serious question. I understand exam technique etc, but just wondering what's a good amount.
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    (Original post by Liamp487)
    Don't get me started on c3! It was a nightmare! C4 wasn't too bad though
    C3 was a complete nightmare my friend. Im hoping grade boundaries are low if it isn't then il miss out on my A C4 was a good paper except I made silly mistakes still hoping il get an A/B in it
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    (Original post by iAhmedd)
    Haha you are so right my friend. I have low expectations so therefore low pressure on me but I doubt il be able to get any higher than a C/D. Ive done my research and revision but barely none if any exam practise :rolleyes:
    You're being too harsh on yourself, as long as you've done your research and know your content, you're sorted mate
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    (Original post by LukeKnights)
    Given the length of the exam, how long should our essays be? Serious question. I understand exam technique etc, but just wondering what's a good amount.
    I know a friend who got the A* in January who told me he wrote around 3-4 sides per question, which is good because I can't possibly write anything more than that!
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    (Original post by LukeKnights)
    Given the length of the exam, how long should our essays be? Serious question. I understand exam technique etc, but just wondering what's a good amount.
    3/4 pages hand written should be plenty
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    (Original post by Liamp487)
    Edexcel! I'm not saying C4 was nice, but almost every question in C3 was tricky, it was the hardest paper I've ever done and I've done all the past papers and solomon papers lol

    So do you also to Business, Maths and Economics?
    Omg I also do Maths Economics and Business :cool:
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    Are the Armed Force's businesses?
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    just realised that Zappos has a strong CSR loving it even more now..want to marry this beautiful company
 
 
 
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