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  • 1. CASE STUDY PRESENTED BY: MALAV DESAI YASHAL SHAH VISHAL JHAMNANI DHAVAL KARIA KIRAN NAYAR
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS• TYPES OF CASES• WHAT MIGHT YOU BE EXPECTED TO DO WITH A CASE?• ONE APPROACH TO CASE ANALYSIS• GETTING ORIENTED• IDENTIFYING PROBLEMS• PERFORMING ANALYSES• ACTION PLANNING• CONCLUSION
  • 3. TYPES OF CASES• DECISION CASES: Choosing among a finite set of distinct decision alternatives.• PROBLEM CASES: Diagnose a problem and formulate possible solutions.• EVALUATION CASES: Analyses the underlying reasons.
  • 4. WHAT MIGHT YOU BE EXPECTED TO DO WITH A CASE?• DISCUSS IT: Come to class prepared to discuss a case – specifically.• WRITE A REPORT OR ESSAY: Explain your logic in written form.• CREATE A PRESENTATION: Create materials to help you explain your analysis
  • 5. • LEARNING FROM CASE ANALYSIS – Derivation of general principles, ideas, and theories. – Instructor guide students.• ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS – It requires a deeper exploration of the case. – Identifying important issues at the heart of the case. – Identifying what lessons from the case can be applied more broadly.
  • 6. ONE APPROACH TO CASE ANALYSIS IDENTIFYING PROBLEMS GETTING ORIENTED ACTION PLANNING PERFORMING ANALYSIS
  • 7. GETTING ORIENTED• CASE ANALYSIS OVERVIEW – Analyzing a case. – Examination of information.• YOUR FIRST PASS – Gather your material and tools. – Quickly read the opening section. – Flip through the pages. – Read and Re-read the assignment questions. – Defining the problem.
  • 8. IDENTIFYING PROBLEMS• THE DIGGING PROCESS• READING THE CASE CAREFULLY• BRINGING OUTSIDE CONCEPTS INTO YOUR ANALYSIS• REVISITING YOUR PROBLEM STATEMENT
  • 9. PERFORMING ANALYSIS• APPLYING JUDGEMENT• QUALITATIVE & QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS• IDENTIFYING USEFUL DATA• MATCHING FRAMEWORKS TO DATA• REVISITING, RIFINING, AND REFLECTING• KNOWING WHEN TO STOP• EDUCATION FOR JUDGEMENT
  • 10. ACTION PLANNING• IT STATES WHAT WOULD BE OBJECTIELY BEST FOR THE CASE COMPANY.• APPROACH FOR ACTION PLANNING. – IDENTIFY TASKS – ANALYZE AND DELEGATE TASKS – DOUBLE – CHECK WITH SCHEMES ( Space, Cash< Helpers, Equipment, Materials, Expertise, Systems)• DECISION ALTERNATIVES• FIRMING UP RECOMMENDATIONS• REVISITING, REFINING, AND REFLECTING
  • 11. CONCLUSION• The approach may sometimes lead you to a dead end, in that case use your judgment to try something different way. Solving a case study is just like a detective solving a crime, the more you dig in the more solutions and clues you will get.

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