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CASE STUDY : 

CASE STUDY BENEFITS & IMPLEMENTATION IN COURSE CURRICULUM

CONTENT : 

CONTENT Introduction Benefits Of Case Study Consequences Of Student Involvement With The Case Method An Effective Case Analysis Process Why Case study Implementation In Course Curriculum Conclusion Reference

INTRODUCTION : 

INTRODUCTION ACTIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES FEASIBLE DECISION UNDERSTANDING, IMPLICATION & TROUBLE SHOOTER DEMONSTRATION OF THEORITICAL CONCEPTS IN AN APPLIED SETTING CAUSE AND EFFECT RELATIONSHIP

BENEFITS OF CASE STUDY : 

BENEFITS OF CASE STUDY GROUP WORKING INDIVIDUAL STUDY SKILL INFORMATION GATHERING AND ANALYSIS TIME MANAGEMENT PRESENTATION SKILLS PRACTICAL SKILLS

Consequences Of Student Involvement With The Case Method : 

Consequences Of Student Involvement With The Case Method 1. Case analysis requires students to practice important managerial skills--diagnosing, making decisions, observing, listening, and persuading--while preparing for a case discussion. 2. Cases require students to relate analysis and action, to develop realistic and concrete actions despite the complexity and partial knowledge characterizing the situation being studied. 3. Students must confront the intractability of reality--complete with absence of needed information, an imbalance between needs and available resources, and conflicts among competing objectives. 4. Students develop a general managerial point of view--where responsibility is sensitive to action in a diverse environmental context.

An Effective Case Analysis Process : 

An Effective Case Analysis Process Step 1: Gaining Familiarity a. In general--determine who, what, how, where and when (the critical facts in a case). b. In detail--identify the places, persons, activities, and contexts of the situation.  Step 2: Recognizing Symptoms a. List all indicators (including stated "problems") that something is not as expected or as desired b. Ensure that symptoms are not assumed to be the problem (symptoms should lead to identification of the problem).  Step 3: Identifying goals a. Identify critical statements by major parties (e.g., people, groups, the work unit, etc.). b. List all goals of the major parties that exist or can be reasonably inferred.

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Step 4: Conducting the Analysis a. Decide which ideas, models, and theories seem useful. b. Apply these conceptual tools to the situation. c. As new information is revealed, cycle back to sub steps a and b. Step 5: Making the Diagnosis a. Identify predicaments (goal inconsistencies). b. Identify problems (discrepancies between goals and performance). Step 6: Doing the Action Planning b. Discover or invent feasible action alternatives d. Select a course of action. e. Design an implementation plan/schedule.

Why Case study : 

Why Case study Define the objective of the case study Identify the important players within the organization, the "stakeholders" Identify other target groups of the organization, whether clients or suppliers Note informal decision-making processes Identify the process of production or service delivery Identify support mechanisms Identify competitors

Implementation In Course Curriculum : 

Implementation In Course Curriculum Allow the application of theoretical concepts to be demonstrated, thus bridging the gap between theory and practice. Encourage active learning. Provide an opportunity for the development of key skills such as communication, group working and problem solving. Increase the students' enjoyment of the topic and hence their desire to learn.

CONCLUSION : 

CONCLUSION Case Study is the heart of the management curriculum. Creating case study is a skill not a talent. If the case study writer has creative mind, passion, nose for writing, eye for detail, analytical bent of mind, problem solving skills, decision making skills and the ability to see the big picture and the capability to think out of the box, the best and the most memorable case studies can be crafted

REFERENCE : 

REFERENCE Professor M.S.Rao, ICFAI (Article) http://www.swlearning.com/management/kurato/etpap6e/case/case analysis.html

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