101 – TP – How an Environmental Management System -EMS- helps create a sustainable business
102 – ARM – Fuelling the digital revolution
103 – AGFA – Responding positively to a changing environment
104 – Camelot – Competing in a highly regulated environment
105 – INCPEN – Packaging and sustainable development
106 – Capita-DfES – The message is in the medium
107 – Nestle – Doing Better By The Environment
108 – Patent Office – Encouraging innovation through intellectual property rights
109 – Gardiner & Theobald – Constructing The future
110 – Murco – Focus on convenience trading
111 – Transco – The changing environment within the gas industry
112 – Barclays – The stockbroking revolution
113 – DFEE – Making the labour market work better
114 – ENRON – The value of generating change
115 – Golden Wonder – Responding to a changing market
116 – RAILTRACK – Change since privatisation
117 – First Direct – Taking direct banking a step further
118 – Overseas Trade Services – Competing in the global marketplace
119 – Water Services Association – How a regulatory system works in practice
120 – Co-operative Insurance Society – Maintaining the Co-operative difference
121 – GEC Alsthom – New trains and tunnels for the Jubilee Line extension
122 – RMC – Business activities and care for the environment

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123 – First Direct – A revolution in banking
124 – Coats Viyella – Balancing a fine line in an environment of change
125 – Unison – Providing support through the stages of the business cycle
126 – Cima- Decision making across the business cycle
127- Building Socities – Working within the business cycle
128 – Davis – Managing firms throughout the business cycle
129 – Land Securities – Planning and the business cycle
130- DSG -Meeting and exceeding consumer protection laws to drive competitive advantage
131 – Office If Fair Trading – Championing competition
132 – Primark- Beyond corporate social responsibility
133- Portakabin – Improving success by developing a Values Based Performance Culture
134 – Amway – Corporate Social Responsibility
135- Anglo American – Social and environmental responsibility
136 – Amway – Creating a corporate social responsibility strategy
137 – Anglo American – Working for sustainable development in primary industry
138- Nestle – Nutrition, Health & Wellness – New Product Development at Nestlé
139 – Amway – Meeting global responsibilities by caring for communities
140 – Coca Cola – The importance of social responsibility
141 – Gardiner & Theobald – Sustainable development in the construction industry

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142- Procter& Gamble – Promoting sustainable development

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143 – Henderson – Socially responsible investment

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144 – Coca Cola – Corporate citizenship and the community

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145 – Whitbread in the community – Whitbread in the community

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146- Vodafone – Using technology to improve economies
147- dti – The knowledge-driven economy
148 – HM Treasury – Steering the economy
149- Tata Steel – Business ethics and sustainability in the steel industry
150- Primark – Providing consumers with ethically sourced garments
151 – Anglo American – Business ethics and corporate social responsibility
152 – Nestle -Business principles in action – nutritional labelling
153 – Vodafone – Developing and implementing a strategic approach to ethics
154 – Acca – The contribution of accountants to sound, ethical business practice
155 – Cadbury schweppes – Ethical business practices
156 – C&A – Implementing Codes of Conduct
157 – Family Assurance Friendly society – The launch of a new Trust
158 – Jonhson Matthy – Using PEST analysis to support decision making
159 – Logica – Using skills to respond to the external environment
160- Jessops – Responding to changes in the market environment
161 – Intellectual property office – Intellectual property and the external environment
162 – Unison – Use of PEST analysis at UNISON
163- Highways Agency – Highways Agency – PEST analysis
164- First – Managing external influences
165- Legal Services – Using PEST analysis to identify external influences
166 – Syngenta – Feeding and fuelling the world through technology
167 – Network Rail – Using PESTEL to design effective strategies
168- MC cain foods – How McCain responds to changes in the external environment
169- Credit Expert – Strategic planning – responding to external influences
170- Castrol  – Responding to a changing marketing environment
171 -Lloyd’s – How Lloyd’s responds to changes in the business environment
172 – Corus – Competitive advantage through sustainable product development in construction
173- Land Securities Group – Regeneration meeting needs in a changing environment
174 – United Air Lines  – Responding to a changing external business environment
175 – First – Introducing an established brand – bringing Yellow Bus to Britain
176 – Rolls Roys  – Competing within a changing world
177- Bryant homes  – Tackling the shortage of building land
178 – Siemens  – Meeting global and local needs
179 – HM Revenue & Customs – How HMRC collects tax revenue to support Government policy
180- HM Revenue & Customs – Integration in the public sector HM Revenue and Customs
181 – HM Customs &Excise – Matching taxation principles with environmental policies
182- HM Customs & Excise – Creating a supportive business environment for SMEs
183 – DFEE – Welfare to work
184 – Common Wealth Office – Working for free trade
185 – Northern Electric + Gas – De-regulation
186- Office Of Fair Trading – The importance of competition policy
187 – Water Services Association – Regulating a utility
188- Yorkshire Water – Water as a precious asset
189 – Tarmak – Meeting the challenge
190 – Britich Trade Inernational – Supporting international trade
191 – HSBC – Partners in international trade
192 – Kraft Foods Inc. & Mechtronix Negotiations

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193 – Levi’s Jeans Ware & Vendor Negotiations

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194 – Intel Secretary Bonus Negotiations

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