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Data Analytics-Driven E-Commerce for the Small Seller: Zilingo

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Zilingo, a play on the word ‘Zillions’, is an online e-commerce platform for selling fashion products and was founded by Ankiti Bose and Dhruv Kapoor in Bangkok in 2015. Established with the vision of providing the small seller in South East Asia with an efficient online platform to sell their...
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Juntos Global: Deploying Human Centered Design to Motivate the Newly Banked

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The case is set in March 2018. Neha Bhatia Ramdas the Director of Sales at Juntos Global is visiting a prospective partner bank of her company in Singapore, which wants to expand its outreach amongst the unbanked population in South East Asia. The partner bank is not comfortable in sharing their...
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Mind the Drone: Virtual Reality Simulation

Mind the Drone is a virtual reality (VR) game that requires a single-player only. The player is asked to select evidences in an accident case in which the victim had severe injuries. The game allows the players to analyse the scene of the incident where the accident took place and also analyse the...
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Divestment of Changi International Airport Services by Temasek Holdings

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In May 2004, Temasek Holdings (Temasek) initiates the divestment of Changi International Airport Services (CIAS), following the issuance of a third ground handling license to Swissport. Since its inception in 1977, CIAS had built a reputation of a successful and competitive operator at Changi...
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Stakeholder Issues at the Singapore Sports Hub

Nathaniel Chan, Senior Asia-Pacific Consultant at Greenrock Infrastructure Advisory, was assessing the situation faced by the private consortium Sports Hub Pte Ltd (SHPL) at the Singapore Sports Hub. The S$1.33 billion (US$0.99 billion) facility had been built under a public-private partnership (...
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Syntellix: Disrupting the Medical Implant Titans with a Screw that Disappears

Set in early October 2017, this case follows Utz Claassen, the founder and chairman of Syntellix – a medical parts company that specialised in the research, development and sales of bio-absorbable, metallic implants. Syntellix was founded in 2008 as a spin-off from the special research division at...
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SingHealth: Winning the War Against Diabetes

It was April 2017, and Dr Bee Yong Mong, Head of SingHealth Duke-NUS Diabetes Centre (diabetes SDDC), was deeply entrenched in fighting the war against diabetes in Singapore. The diabetes SDDC was formed in February 2015 and was housed at the Diabetes and Metabolism Centre (DMC) located at the...
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Tiffany & Co: Omni-Channel Strategy for the Asian Luxury Consumer

Based in 2016, this case presents the dilemma faced by Tiffany & Co. (Tiffany), the luxury jewellery and specialty retailer, about embarking upon an omni-channel retail (OCR) strategy.
Although Tiffany had a strong social media presence globally, it offered e-commerce solutions only in a few...
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Using Data Analytics to Manage Bed Capacity at LCX Hospital

The operational management of allocating beds to patients is a challenging task, and an important component of a hospital’s processes. Given the lean bed capacity that LCX hospital had experienced in the past few months, John Teo, the director of the Bed Management Unit (BMU), and Doe Claris, the...
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From Heart to Hands: Facilitating Employment for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities at MINDS (A) and (B)

Part A of the case, set in January 2017, delves into the concerns of Jeff Kwan, Director of Social Enterprises and Employment Development (SEED), over mission drift and talent conflict relating to the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS), a non-profit organisation in...
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