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  • Fletcher Challenge Methanol: a case in corporate strategy

    Enderwick, Peter Akoorie, Michele (1996-01-01)

    In 1988 Fletcher Challenge took ownership of Petrocorp (the Petroleum Corporation of New Zealand) as an under-bidder when the New Zealand Government put it up for tender. After a series of restructuring initiatives to manage its new investment, Fletcher Challenge ...

  • Marine-Air Systems Limited

    Enderwick, Peter Akoorie, Michele (1996-01-01)

    This Case study outlines the development of Marine-Air Systems Limited (MAS), an advanced electronics and software company catering to the telecommunications and defense industries, founded by Neville Jordan in Lower Hutt in 1976. The study emphasises the company's structure, ownership ...

  • Television New Zealand

    Enderwick, Peter Akoorie, Michele (1996-01-01)

    In December 1988 Television New Zealand (TVNZ) became a State Owned Enterprise (SOE) and began to change its core objectives to compete against private corporations. Internal changes were initiated resulting in staffing cuts and cost-cutting measures. Deregulation and the decrease ...

  • Ruapehu Alpine Lifts

    Enderwick, Peter Akoorie, Michele (1996-01-01)

    The case study gives some historical context to the tourism industry in New Zealand before going into detail on the skiing industry and the development of Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL). There is a global skiing context within which RAL operates ...

  • Moontide

    Enderwick, Peter Akoorie, Michele (1996-01-01)

    Moontide International, a women's swimwear manufacturer, began in New Zealand in 1979. This case study describes the growth and internationalisation of the company during and after the deregulation of the textile and manufacturing markets in the 1980s. There is a ...