Abderrahman Hassi

Preparation Exam for Accreditation: Unethical, Illegal or Mere Coincidence?

Preparation Exam for Accreditation: Unethical, Illegal or Mere Coincidence?

By / 1 Jul, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. Paul recently began the process to become an accredited financial advisor. He registered for two preparatory exam courses at Competencies Institute, a private corporate training firm.

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Divergent Strategic Views

Divergent Strategic Views

By / 5 Apr, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. After months of observing the market, Fatima began to think about taking her business in a completely new direction by developing a new ready-to-eat product.

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Inconsistent Strategic Directions

Inconsistent Strategic Directions

By / 5 Apr, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. College Board members have divergent opinions regarding how the theatre should be managed.

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Managing Multicultural Team Training

Managing Multicultural Team Training

By / 5 Apr, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. InternaCom is one of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies, with subsidiary offices in Singapore, Tokyo, New York, Berlin and São Paulo.

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Hiring a Corporate Training Instructor: Divergent Interpretations of Selection Criteria

Hiring a Corporate Training Instructor: Divergent Interpretations of Selection Criteria

By / 2 Mar, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. Corporate Linguistic Consulting specializes in business-oriented linguistic training for government employees and is seeking to hire a new instructor.

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Promotions at Work: Employee Gratitude when Climbing the Corporate Ladder

Promotions at Work: Employee Gratitude when Climbing the Corporate Ladder

By / 2 Mar, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. Since his promotion, Jeff has been feeling that he lacks influence within his new working environment.

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Training Evaluation Practices: Corporate Divisions and Their Imaginary Worlds

Training Evaluation Practices: Corporate Divisions and Their Imaginary Worlds

By / 2 Mar, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. Luc Leblanc, a professor in human resources management at a business school, was inquiring about training evaluation practices at companies in his home town.

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Social Events at the Workplace: A Mandatory or Optional Activity?

Social Events at the Workplace: A Mandatory or Optional Activity?

By / 2 Mar, 2017 /

CASE STUDY. Judy is a very reserved and shy employee who is not keen on attending social activities at work. A game of bowling and dinner with the team are scheduled to take place in two weeks.

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Access to Training: Between Time Constraints and Budget Restrictions

Access to Training: Between Time Constraints and Budget Restrictions

By / 1 May, 2016 /

CASE STUDY. When Pierre was hired as a junior program officer at a public institution, it was explained to him that every new employee is eligible for up to $1,500 annually for training.

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A Decision-Making or a Decision-Imposing Process?

A Decision-Making or a Decision-Imposing Process?

By / 1 May, 2016 /

CASE STUDY. Pelle, a company specialized in manufacturing leather clothing, mainly uses lamb leather to produce its different items. Due to the rising cost of lamb leather, however, Pelle recently decided to examine other alternatives.

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Conflict Management: Determining the Source(s) of Incompatibility

Conflict Management: Determining the Source(s) of Incompatibility

By / 2 Jul, 2015 /

CASE STUDY. Francine, a recent university graduate in chemical engineering, has joined the R&D division of a company specializing in plastic products. Aaron, a senior technician, has informed the manager that he and the team do not feel the novice recruit is a good fit for the unit.

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Aller à l'international sans formation

Aller à l’international sans formation

By / 4 Nov, 2014 /

ÉTUDE DE CAS. Consciente des avantages considérables des projets internationaux, la direction générale a décidé récemment de s’implanter au Québec.

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