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How to Prepare and Present a SM case. Based on Fred David By VHS. How to prepare and present a case analysis. What is a Strategic-Management case?

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how to prepare and present a sm case

How to Prepare and Present a SM case

Based on Fred David

By VHS

how to prepare and present a case analysis
How to prepare and present a case analysis
  • What is a Strategic-Management case?
    • It describes an organization’s external and internal condition and raises issues concerning the firm’s mission, strategies, objectives and polices.
    • Includes all related management issues.
    • Contains facts and opinions, judgments.
    • Learning by doing
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How to prepare and present a case analysis
  • Guidelines for preparing Case Analysis
    • Practicality- make reasonable assumptions and make decisions
    • Justification – how you support your decisions
    • Realism – no recommendation is beyond an org’s means.
    • Specificity-no broad generalization –5W+ (what, why, when, how, where and who)
    • Originality- feasible alternatives (not necessary the same as the firm’s plan)
    • Contribute – Group exercise in class and real life. Be open-minded to other’s views. Contribute.
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Cases prescribed are comprehensive.
  • Not confined to concepts discussed in that session.
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How to prepare and present a case analysis
  • Case methods vs. lecture approach
    • Be prepared for a discussion along the lines of “What would you do, why would you do it, when would you do it, and how you do it?”
    • Answers to the questions:
      • What are the firm’s most important external opportunities and threats?
      • What are the organization’s major strengths and weakness?
      • How would you describe the organization’s financial condition?
      • What are the firm’s competitors, and what are the strategies?
      • What objectives and strategies do you recommend for this organization? Explain your reasoning. How does what you recommend compare to what the company plans?
      • How would the organization best implement what you recommend? What implementation problems do you envision? How could the firm avoid or solve those problems?
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How to prepare and present a case analysis
  • Cross-Examination
    • Take a stand to support your position with objective analyses and outside research
    • Avoid being a silent observer
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How to prepare and present a case analysis
  • Preparing a Written Case Analysis
    • The Executive Summary
    • The Comprehensive Written Analysis
    • Steps
      • Identify the firm’s existing vision, mission, objectives, and strategies. Are all elements covered?
      • Develop or improve vision and mission statements for the organization
      • Identify the organization’s external opportunities and threats
      • Construct a Competitive Profile Matrix (CPM)
      • Construct an External Factor Evaluation (EFE) Matrix
      • Identify the organization’s internal strengths and weakness
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How to prepare and present a case analysis
  • Steps
      • Construct an Internal Factor Evaluation (IFE) Matrix
      • Prepare a SWOT matrix, Strategic Position and Action Evaluation (SPACE) Matrix, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) Matrix, Internal-External (IE) Matrix,Grand Strategy Matrix, and Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix (QSPM). Give advantages and disadvantages of alternative strategies
      • Recommend specific strategies and long-term objectives
      • Specify how your recommendation can be implemented and what results you can expect.
      • Recommend specific annual objectives and polices
      • Recommend procedures for strategy review and evaluation
      • Confine yourself to the time line of the case. After events may be useful for other studies.
oral presentation of a case analysis
Oral presentation of a case analysis
  • Content
  • Process or delivery

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Content – quality, quantity, factual correctness, appropriateness. Feasibility.

coverage of important issues.

delivery
Delivery
  • Personal grooming
  • Organising
  • Visual aids
  • Voice
  • Body language
  • Fluency
  • Reaction to feedback from audience – Q&A
organising
Organising
  • Introduce yourself and the team
  • The company / case
  • Topics to be covered and the sequence
  • The role of the team members
  • Arrive early and check the venue and v. aids. Trial.
visual aids
Visual aids
  • PPTs. handouts,. Flipcharts
  • Do not overdo. You are the hero(ine) ! – not the visual.
  • Use simple graphics.
  • Few and legible fonts.
  • Few lines per slide. Points only.
voice
Voice
  • Speak clearly and loudly.
  • Do not mumble.
  • Practise.
  • Slow . When nervous pause and breathe.
  • Modulate the voice.
  • Use emphasis where necessary.
  • Pause when reqd.to sink in.
body language
Body language
  • Stand erect. On your ‘toes’ .one step ahead.
  • Do not turn your back to audience.
  • Eye contact. One – to- one ?
  • Smile and use humour appropriately. Do not dilute seriousness.
  • Do not read from notes or PPT. checklist OK.
interaction
Interaction.
  • Questions are best in the end.
  • Be polite, courteous non-personal, but confident
  • Understand the Q well. Repeat of paraphrase if necessary.
  • Take your time if necessary.
  • Appropriate team members to answer. Seek help / or consult when reqd. from team members.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Conclude with the main theme. Or summary
  • Thank.
teams
Teams
  • Porter
  • Drucker
  • Prahalad
  • Kaplan
  • Mintzberg
evaluation of case presentation
Evaluation of Case presentation

Content : on a scale of 1 to 5

  • 1. Mission Statement
  • 2. Thoroughness, accuracy, and depth of external analysis
  • 3. Thoroughness, accuracy, and depth of internal analysis
  • 4. Identification and evaluation of alternative strategies using matrices
  • 5. Quality, quantity, feasibility, and relevance of recommendations
  • 6. Justification and support for recommendations
evaluation of delivery
Evaluation of Delivery
  • 1. Organization of presentation
  • 2. Professionalism of presentation
  • 3. Use of visuals and color
  • 4. Communication skills of team
  • 5. Use of time
  • 6. Handling of questions
peer level evaluation
Peer level evaluation
  • After presentation / submission please do a peer level evaluation of contribution of individual team members and submit it to me. Format available in the wiki.
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Asian School of Business

Peer Evaluation of Group Assignment

Please evaluate on a scale of 0-10 the contribution of each member of the team including you.

Team : _________________

Assignment: __________________

Date of Submission: ______________________