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Case Study : 

Case Study What is a Case Study? It is some situation requiring analysis and decision making It details the relevant facts required to make decision More than one solutions are possible depending on creativity of decision maker If there is only one solution possible then it is not a case study Decisions have risks and rewards attached to them

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Case Study Read the case study – Mark all significant facts , make notes in the margin If there are questions then first read the questions and then start reading case If there are no questions, try to figure out the problem situation in the case How to Solve a Case Study Question

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Structured answer to Case Study question Synopsis – optional step Problem/s in the case, correlate them with the theory you’ve learnt in the class Analysis of problems in context of info in the case Assumptions that you are making before suggesting solution/s Give your suggested solution to improve/solve the situation Justify and substantiate your suggested solution Case Study

Presentations : 

Presentations - Purpose 1. To enlighten for evoking thought process 2. To collect information on certain topic to provide it in capsule format 2. To gain information on varied topics without actually having studied them Professionally At MMS 1. To understand Research methodology 3. To understand professional documentation and presentation of info 4. To learn to work in groups 5. To learn effective presentation skills and public speaking Presentations

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Presentations - Methodology 1. Group Cohesion 2. Topic Analysis 4. Division of work 3. Deciding scope of presentation 5. Collection of relevant Data 7. Processing of data in to Information 8. Converting information in to presentable format 6. Converting data in to documentation Presentations

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Presentation in Action 1. Grab attention 2. Stay in control of your presentation 4. Control your body language and expressions 3. Inform – Entertain – Touch the emotions – Invoke thinking 5. Maintain eye contact with your audience 7. Be strictly in formal attire 6. Let gestures come out naturally don’t force them out Presentations

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Presentation in Action Continued 8. Create or use readymade Design Template for slides 9. Use uniform color schemes 11. Remember, it’s not a speech! 10. Use uniform animation schemes 12. Stick to time limits Presentations