Anubhav - The Management Case Study Contest

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Agenda
Agenda: 

Guidelines

  • The submitted cases should be original and about a real business situation in an Indian company (name can be changed).
  • The case title should be followed by details of the author(s) and abstract of the case.
  • Format guidelines – Paper size:A4; Margins:1” all sides; Line spacing:1.5; Font:Times New Roman-12.
  • The copyright of cases submitted by finalists shall vest with NHRDN Ranchi Chapter. Cases should not have been published earlier.

Working professionals requiring collaborators from academia will be provided the same by the organisers.

Case Narrative & Teaching Notes

  • The case narrative should include the following information – Introduction of problem and issues, actions planned &    carried out. The case should have a clear decision-focus faced by the manager(s) in the company with interesting narrative.
  • Case narrative must be accompanied with a good teaching note containing learning objectives, indication of analysis, suggested assignments, additional readings, references and indicative questions for case discussion.

A few attributes of good case narrative and teaching notes are mentioned below –

Case Narrative

  • The well written case has clarity in introduction of problem, explanation of intervention planned and actions taken with adequate references wherever required.
  • Name, position, company of case protagonist is clearly identified in introduction
  • Case provides readers with an interesting, engaging voyage of discovery
  • Quotes from case personalities increase reader’s interest in case
  • All case exhibits, figures and tables are clearly, accurately labeled
  • Tone of case is neutral, devoid of any case writer personal judgment or bias
  • Case is written entirely in past tense

Teaching Note

  • Teaching note begins with short, accurate case synopsis
  • Teaching note has a minimum of three case discussion questions
  • Teaching note includes worksheets and data analyses for all required quantitative reasoning questions
  • Teaching note states the management course(s) and situations in which the case can be used for learning and identifies the relevant theory supporting the case, the central issue(s) & decision(s)
  • Where alternative opinions or approaches are possible, teaching note discusses these

Chapter

Communities

The Case for a OE group in organizations & a OE body of Knowledge in HRD By R. Anand, Convener, OE Core Group, NHRDN; Amit Malik, Co-Convener; Dhananjay Singh, Executive Director, NHRDN;
The Case for a OE group in organizations & a OE body of Knowledge in HRD By R. Anand, Convener, OE Core Group, NHRDN; Amit Malik, Co-Convener; Dhananjay Singh, Executive Director, NHRDN;
The distance organizations need to travel from ‘Good’ to ‘Great’ depends a lot on their ability to deliver sustained business performance that creates a win-win for all key stakeholders. A key enabler to this is a robust Performance Management system that motivates employees to take stretch goals and reward them for the meaningful contributions.
Planning for talent – quality and quantity – and then attracting them is one of the constant challenges HR professionals face in today’s War for Talent. Does your organization have a formal manpower planning process? What are the recruitment channels you use most frequently? What recruitment metrics are used by organizations?