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CMU Wk 6 Tyson Foods Investments for Sustainable Growth Protein Production Case Study

CMU Wk 6 Tyson Foods Investments for Sustainable Growth Protein Production Case Study

Question Description

I’m working on a writing question and need support to help me study.

Week 6a Case Study Assignment :

Given all barriers and concerns facing USLP, why would Polman be willing to bet the company’s success on this strategy? (40 points)—Case study: Unilever’s New Global Strategy: Competing through Sustainability

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Note: Polman introduced USLP as a secondary imitative focused on corporate responsibility, but as the company’s core strategy designed to revitalize Unilever’s performance. 250 words min.

There seems to be some confusion on how to respond to the question posed in Case study 6a.

There are many things you can talk about in this case study. Always think from the perspective of Mr. Polman-Manager and with business acumen. The key in any business is about serving its customers, employees, and community, revenues will grow, profits will increase, and shareholders will benefit.

You can respond to the question by talking about:

  1. Consumer trends (environment, sense of social responsibility, and preference for healthy foods) in the Developed world.
  2. In developing countries, USLP supporting social priorities supported by the government and NGOs
  3. Local sourcing reduces risk.
  4. Environmental and social objectives-serves as inspiration for employees
  5. Likely to trigger internal innovative employee responses that can revitalize the company’s products and processes.
  6. Alliance with Unilever will respond to meeting regulation and environmental standards, labor practices, food quality, etc.

So forth you can think about several more things. You all are bright students and businessmen and women of tomorrow.

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Week 6b Case Study Assignment

Which three investment options can be most easily integrated into Tyson’s current operations? (40 points)—Case study: Tyson Foods and Alternative Proteins: Where to Invest for Sustainable Growth

Note: 350 words min.

In case study 6b a student asked me for clarification and wanted to put it out there for you all as well.

HINT: What investment options (alternatives) can/should Tyson invest in using their current operations? You have to tell me about three options. As usual, indicate the option and then explain it. See rubric for details.

Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent (18 Poins)
18 pts

Excellent

Complete and organized submissions that adhere to all assignment instructions.

13.5 pts

Very Good

Submission is missing minor elements and/or is not well-organized and/or missed an assignment instructions.

9 pts

Adequate

Submission is missing minor elements and/or is not well-organized and/or missed an assignment instructions.

4.5 pts

No Credit

Submission is missing elements and/or is not well-organized and/or did not adhere to assignment instructions.

0 pts

No Credit

Did not submit or submission unacceptable.

18 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeApplication (18 Poins)

18 pts

Excellent

High-quality submissions that clearly demonstrate an understanding of course materials. Thorough understanding and explanation of the sustainable value chain, social and environmental goals, commitment to the philosophy of “doing well by doing good”, corporate social responsibility, collaborating partnerships. Need to show application in other situations, countries, and cases. Examples come from magazines, journals, newspapers, and other sources can be included. Citation is needed if you use sources.

13.5 pts

Very Good

Good submissions with some connections to course materials. Occasionally contributes ideas, relevant personal experience, materials, and/or comments. Moderate explanation of the sustainable value chain, social and environmental goals, commitment to the philosophy of “doing well by doing good”, corporate social responsibility, collaborating partnerships.

9 pts

Adequate

Good submissions with some connections to course materials. Occasionally contributes ideas, relevant personal experience, materials, and/or comments. An adequate explanation of the sustainable value chain, social and environmental goals, commitment to the philosophy of “doing well by doing good”, corporate social responsibility, collaborating partnerships.

4.5 pts

No Credit

Little to no evidence that course materials are understood or incorporated into submissions. Poor explanation of the sustainable value chain, social and environmental goals, commitment to the philosophy of “doing well by doing good”, corporate social responsibility, collaborating partnerships.

0 pts

No Credit

Did not submit or submission unacceptable.

18 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization and Grammar (4 Points)

4 pts

Excellent

Properly formatted submissions demonstrating professional, college-level tone, no spelling or grammar errors and well-documented sources (when applicable).

3 pts

Very Good

Submission may be lacking proper formatting or professional tone or may contain minor spelling/ grammar errors or is not well-supported (when applicable).

2 pts

Adequate

Submission may be lacking proper formatting or professional tone or may contain minor spelling/ grammar errors or is not well-supported (when applicable).

1 pts

No Credit

Submission may be lacking proper formatting and/or professional tone and/or may contain multiple spelling/grammar errors and/or is not well-supported (when applicable).

0 pts

No Credit

Did not submit or submission unacceptable.

4 pts

Total Points: 40

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