John S. Hammond
Helps students fully capitalize on the case method. Succinctly introduces the benefits, format, and process while offering lots of “how-to” advice. Widely used as an introductory handout for executive, MBA, and undergraduate courses. Describes how case discussion enables the exchange of managerial experience and knowledge. Emphasizes the need to identify the real issues and do rigorous analysis in the course of reaching a management decision and that there is typically more than one “right” answer.
Employee retention, Human resource management , Informal leadership, Organizational culture