Cases in Indian Management-himalaya
This book of ‘Cases in Indian Management: A selection’ is an outcome of the demand for case studies which meet specific requirements – both for teaching and learning. It is aimed at bridging the current gap for substantive cases, especially for higher management programmes.
A brief introduction to the use of case study approach both for teaching and learning is included for the reader to grasp what is necessary for using cases for teaching as well as for writing case analysis paper.
An Essential Part of Case Study Approach
1. Information and Library Services – A Problem of Resource Allocation
2. Demand Forecasting
3. The Indian Aviation Sector
4. Jagrut Grahak Mandal, Patan
5. Succession Planning in Family Business – The Gender Angle: The Case of Mehta Steel
6. New Corporate Initiatives in Indian Agriculture
7. MTNL at a Crossroad
8. The Dabbawallas of Mumbai