This book is classified into three sections. While the first one introduces the readers to case studies and their character, the second one deals with writing case studies effectively. Each and every perspective of case writing has been dealt with in vivid details. The last section deals with how to teach case studies effectively. A teacher's active participation is the pre-requisite of involving and making students analyze and present case studies effectively in class and thus go on to get a suitable practical grip on a subject. This is what the books talks of and also mentions as how to go about it. The book has been written with reasonable focus on the Indian management education market.
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