Tuesday February 21, 2012
Winners are from the Best B-Schools from across the Globe
IBS Hyderabad case studies -- "Sony Corporation - Future Tense?" and "Meltdown in Iceland: Biggest Casualty of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis" -- each one a category award in the prestigious ecch Case Awards, organized by ecch (formerly European Case Clearing House). The first case, written by Prof. Vivek Gupta and Ms. Indu Perepu, won in the 'Human Resource Management / Organisational Behaviour' category; the second case, written by Ms. Vandana Guttal and Mr. Seshagiri Rao Chaganty, won in the 'Finance, Accounting and Control' category. The winning case in each category is the one that has achieved the highest growth in popularity among peers worldwide, based on the number of individual organizations ordering and teaching the case during the last calendar year.
About IBS Hyderabad
IBS Hyderabad is one of the leading B-Schools in India. It is a constituent of IFHE, which was declared a "Deemed to be University" under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956. Since its establishment in 1995, IBS Hyderabad has grown impressively and achieved widespread recognition from business and industry, academic circles, and professional bodies. IBS Hyderabad, which consistently ranks among the top B-Schools in India, has adopted the case study method wholeheartedly and is the only one in India to offer a unique 100% case-based MBA program.
ecch is the largest single source of management case studies in the world, with more than 68,000 items in its catalogue, available through www.ecch.com. An independent, membership-based, non-profit organization, ECCH has offices at Cranfield University, UK and Babson College, USA. ecch Case Awards are presented annually to recognize worldwide excellence in case writing and to raise the profile of the case method of learning. The Awards (formerly the European Case Awards) have been presented since 1991.
Source: IBS Hyderabad