ISB - IVEY case competition 2011 leads the way for Indian Case Studies

 | August 22,2011 04:23 pm IST

The Centre for Teaching, Learning and Case Development (CTLC) at the Indian School of Business (ISB) and Richard Ivey School of Business (Ivey), The University of Western Ontario, announced the results of the ISB-Ivey Case Competition 2011. There was overwhelming response to the competition with over 220 faculty members representing more than 75 business schools who had registered for the competition.

With participation from leading Indian B-schools such as IIM-A, IIM-B, XLRI, SP Jain, MDI, NMIMS, IIT-B, as well as many upcoming B-schools, the competition reflects the growing need for India-centric case studies in the global MBA market.

Winners of the ISB-Ivey Case Competition 2011 (Case abstracts appended at the end of the release) 

Case Title
INDCOSERVE: Challenges in marketing tea by a co-operative society
Seema Gupta, Assistant Professor, IIM Bangalore and  B Mahadevan, Professor, IIM Bangalore
Turnaround of ICRISAT: Transformational Leadership of DrWilliam D Dar
Sunita Mehta, Senior Assistant Professor, Vishwa Vishwani Institute of Systems and Management and  Wg Cdr S K Sharma, COO, Indian Air force, Centre for Leadership and Behavioural Sciences
Challenges of Growth and Sustenance for Social Venture: Transformation of Annapurna Mahila into Annapurna Pariwar
Prema Basargekar, Assistant Professor, K J Somaiya Institute of Management


The ISB-Ivey Case Competition, organised annually by the CTLC, has the twin objectives of increasing the intellectual capital of high-quality internationally benchmarked cases about Indian businesses and providing a platform for mentorship of Indian case writers by world-class faculty from Ivey and the ISB. In this context, the CTLC offers case writing and case teaching workshops annually for Indian B-school faculty, in various parts of the country. Over the years, these workshops have trained about 200 case writers, including many B-school faculty and research scholars from all over India.