Luiss Business Cases

  • Cristiano Busco (Luiss), Fred Nanni (Babson College), Tony Wain (Babson College)

    Monnalisa. When management control meets creativity and sustaianbility

    Monnalisa is a medium-sized company located in Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy. Founded in 1968 by Mr. Piero Iacomoni, Monnalisa designs and sells garments and accessories for children. To distinguish his company from competitors, Piero decided to focus on the higher quality segment of the market, offering coordinated articles of clothing.

  • Matteo Caroli (Luiss), Claudia Pongelli (Luiss), Alfredo Valentino (Luiss)

    Elettricità futura: the challenge for integration, innovation and sustainability in the electric industry

    Elettricità Futura represents more than 700 companies within the Italian electric industry. Overall these companies employ over 40,000 people and hold more than 76,000 MW of installed and conventional electric power and about 1,150,000 km of lines.

  • Fabian Homberg (Luiss)

    Facing a new world: repositioning police services for the 21st Century

    Mr Schumann’s employer was a large public organization: the Police. In many countries police services are organized by regions (hence technically speaking the region is the employer). In a similar way Mr Schumann’s employer covered a major region of his home country, Germany, a so called state (“Land”).

  • Marco Francesco Mazzù (Luiss)

    Brand development through brand extension and licensing - Pininfarina Extra

    Year 2012 started as a key defining moment for Pininfarina Group and its future. In the eyes of the management team, the last five years have been full of hitches. A lot of personal energies have been dedicated to guide the organization through a set of diverse and serious challenges.

  • Paolo Spagnoletti (Luiss), Niloofar Kazemargi (Luiss), Andrea Prencipe (Luiss)

    To cloud or not to cloud: strategic choices and IT governance in the digital transformation of a University

    During last two decades, information technologies along with the development of computing, communication and connectivity technologies have transformed the concepts of products, services, process, as well as the way knowledge is created and transferred. The digital transformation of a University.

Pioneered by Harvard Business School in the 1920s, the case study teaching approach allows students to engage the real-life business challenges in the classroom. It is traditionally used in Academia and its learning validity is officially recognized. The Luiss Business and Management Department has invited the faculty to submit teaching case proposals exploring different topics in the disciplines represented in the Department.
  • Cristiano Busco (Luiss), Fred Nanni (Babson College), Tony Wain (Babson College)

    Monnalisa. When management control meets creativity and sustaianbility

    Monnalisa is a medium-sized company located in Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy. Founded in 1968 by Mr. Piero Iacomoni, Monnalisa designs and sells garments and accessories for children. To distinguish his company from competitors, Piero decided to focus on the higher quality segment of the market, offering coordinated articles of clothing.
    30 pagine
    ISBN: 
    978-88-6105-527-8
  • Matteo Caroli (Luiss), Claudia Pongelli (Luiss), Alfredo Valentino (Luiss)

    Elettricità futura: the challenge for integration, innovation and sustainability in the electric industry

    Elettricità Futura represents more than 700 companies within the Italian electric industry. Overall these companies employ over 40,000 people and hold more than 76,000 MW of installed and conventional electric power and about 1,150,000 km of lines.
    24 pagine
    ISBN: 
    978-88-6105-529-2
  • Fabian Homberg (Luiss)

    Facing a new world: repositioning police services for the 21st Century

    Mr Schumann’s employer was a large public organization: the Police. In many countries police services are organized by regions (hence technically speaking the region is the employer). In a similar way Mr Schumann’s employer covered a major region of his home country, Germany, a so called state (“Land”).
    24 pagine
    ISBN: 
    978-88-6105-531-5
  • Marco Francesco Mazzù (Luiss)

    Brand development through brand extension and licensing - Pininfarina Extra

    Year 2012 started as a key defining moment for Pininfarina Group and its future. In the eyes of the management team, the last five years have been full of hitches. A lot of personal energies have been dedicated to guide the organization through a set of diverse and serious challenges.
    24 pagine
    ISBN: 
    978-88-6105-533-9
  • Paolo Spagnoletti (Luiss), Niloofar Kazemargi (Luiss), Andrea Prencipe (Luiss)

    To cloud or not to cloud: strategic choices and IT governance in the digital transformation of a University

    During last two decades, information technologies along with the development of computing, communication and connectivity technologies have transformed the concepts of products, services, process, as well as the way knowledge is created and transferred. The digital transformation of a University.
    39 pagine
    ISBN: 
    978-88-6105-524-7