Case Method: Cases in Management

Student Price : Rs.398

Student Dollar Price : 16$

Library Price : Rs.850

Library Dollar Price : 34$

Book Edition : Second

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 323

Book Weight :0

About The Book

Encouraging trends towards the betterment of teaching learning process, growth in number of B-schools and acceptance of case method of instruction widely across business schools now, gives me pleasure in presenting this second edition. I also have a strong belief that quality of education depends upon the teaching pedagogy. If students of management are to become better decision makers and shoulder responsibility for their decisions, then there is no better pedagogy than "case method of instruction".
My goal in writing this edition is to present updated aspects of case method of instruction. To reach this goal, new chapters: Introduction to Case Method, Principles Underlying Case Method, Perspectives to Doing Case Research, Critical thinking and Cooperative Learning and Difficult Teaching Situations and Case Method have been added in Part I: Case Method.
The development across the world has reduced distances and the world is becoming one due to technology, globalization and economic policies, hence, the faculty and the students need more than corporate or company cases for better grasp and understanding. Keeping in mind this fact, more types of cases have been included in Part II: Cases in Management.
Similarly maintaining, `One of its kinds` approach, I again present you with an intellectually rich yet thoroughly practical book "Case Method - Cases in Management".
Happy learning to all!?

Book Content of Case Method: Cases in Management

Preface to Second Edition

Introduction
Part I: Case Method

  1. Introduction to Case Method
  2. Principles Underlying Case Method
  3. Approaches to Learning
  4. Case Method of Instruction
  5. Case Technology
  6. Case Writing
  7. Case Method and Roles
  8. Perspectives to Doing Case Research
  9. Critical Thinking and Cooperative Learning
  10. Difficult Teaching Situations and Case Method
  11. Case Method of Instruction and Development

Part II: Cases in Management
Case 1 : Appraisal Systems
Case 2 : Budgeting vs. Organisational Change
Case 3 : Cultural Issues / Concepts

About The Author

Neeta Baporikar is currently Director / Professor (Business Management) at Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business (HP-GSB), Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia. Prior to this, she was Head - Scientific Research, with Ministry of Higher Education CAS-Salalah, Sultanate of Oman, Professor (Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship) at IIIT Pune and BITS India. With more than a decade of experience in industry, consultancy and training, she made a lateral switch to research and academics in 1995. Dr. Baporikar holds D.Sc. (Management Studies) USA, Ph.D. in Management, University of Pune, India with MBA (Distinction) and Law (Hons.) degrees. Apart from this, she is also an External Reviewer, Oman Academic Accreditation Authority, Accredited Management Teacher, Qualified Trainer, Doctoral Guide and Board Member of Academics and Advisory Committee in accredited B-Schools in India and abroad. Reviewer for international journals, she has to her credit five conferred doctorates, several refereed research papers, and authored books in the area of Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Management and Higher Education.

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