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Case Study Focus

Management case studies describe the situations faced by practicing managers in a narrative form, and also provide the supporting information necessary to involve students in the decision-making process. These case studies encourage students to think of the possible ways of handling such issues, and help them learn the complexities of decision-making in business and the challenges that managers face every day at work.

Almost all the courses in the IMS programs are designed around the case study methods. A few courses are even taught entirely through case studies, with cases tailor-made to the requirements of the subject areas. Student evaluation is based on individual team presentations, written reports and class participation.

A case study is one of several ways of doing research whether it is management related or even socially related. Other ways include experiments, views, decision making and analysis of information.

Our programs use case studies of reputed Indian and international companies, which help the student understand the complexities in various businesses political, legal and social environment.

As the Management programs are uniquely designed to develop management perspective and skills, the case study method is integrated as a dominant tool in the education methodology. It is not enough for the student to be equipped with merely the management tools and techniques. To be an effective management professional, the student has to be trained to think and act like one. Thus, the program has a very strong case study orientation.

As you discuss cases, you will learn that decision making is often a confrontational activity involving people with different point of views. More Important, you will learn how to work towards consensus while tolerating legitimate differences of opinion.