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    CASE STUDY #1 A Job Search Dilemma Eric, a second-semester senior, is looking for a job. Anxious about finding work in the worst economy in decades, he sends out scores of resumes for a wide variety of positions. The first call he gets is for a position that doesn't really interest him, but he figures he should be open to every opportunity. He schedules an interview, which he aces. In fact, the recruiter offers Eric the job on the spot. He would like Eric to start as soon as possible. Should Eric

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    Writing Business Case Studies How to Write Business Case Studies The objective of this part of the course is to use your case study to help you solve real company problems and to make the learning more relevant to your experience. The Business Case Study you are being asked to start today will provide information for yourself and the class to permit constructive feedback. You will have to use all of your research, writing and analytical skills to write your Company Case Study. You must give enough

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    A case study is a specific instance that is frequently designed to illustrate a more general principle (Nisbet and Watt, 1984). Hitchock and Hughes (1995) further suggest that the case study approach is particularly valuable when the researcher has little control over evens. Case studies strives to portray ‘what it like’ to be a particular situation, to catch up reality and ‘thick description’ (Geertz, 1973) of participants’ lives experiences of, thoughts about and feelings for a situation. They

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    of Management and Labour Studies TATA INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES ENTREPRENEURSHIP may be defined as a process of organizing any enterprise, a commercial or social venture, managing it with considerable initiative, innovation and risk. Introduction to Entrepreneurship The course on entrepreneurship was introduced with a Case study of Mamma Mia that helped bring out and refine our preconceived and insufficient understanding of "entrepreneurship". In the case study we tried to understand what

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    processes by organising news flow and explicating roles and competencies (Tuchman 1978; Fishman 1980). The case study method is regarded as a valid tool to analyse a complex issue. A case study is defined as "an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within its real-life context" (Yin 2003: 13). It is best used to understand complex social and organisational issues. Case study evidence to answer research questions and contribute to theory development originates from a variety of

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    Case Study Mavis

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    These case studies examine each case individually to determine if the case used a randomized or non-randomized experiment followed by an explanation for the choice. In addition, each case will be studied to ascertain what design was used from the following list: within subject designs, factorial designs, between subject designs, time series design, interrupted time series design, and single case experimental research design. Next, each case will be reviewed to establish what threats to internal

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    Developing Case Studies

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    This paper contains a walkthrough of how to do a case study. This walkthrough includes a process on how to do research, record field notes, how arrive at a conclusion, and report the findings. Lastly, this paper will address the importance of case study research. Developing Case Studies Case studies are a research method that seeks to derive an in-depth understanding of a single or small number of real world cases (Yin, 2012). The process by which this specialized research is performed is briefly

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    Case Study Approach

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    4.1 Case Study Approach Case study research bring out the insight of the complex problems and enhance understanding, knowledge and experience that is already studied though previous research. Case study focus on the detailed contextual analysis of a limited number of events or relationships between the events. Case study research have the around for years and researchers have used the technique across many disciplines for different problems. Across all the domains, the social scientist have made

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    Law of Case Studies

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    Zulfatah Arif SCM-019741 Work Psychology in Communication, Writing and Reporting COM 2153 Mr Haji Adenan Case Studies An Unmotivated Building Inspector Case Study By: Zulfatah Arif 1) Review the motivation theories discussed in this chapter. How would each one describe and explain the problems with Simon Lucas’s motivation? The theories that would be relevant to the problems with Simon Lucas’ motivation would be the McClelland’s Need Theory and Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory.

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    Case Study Analysis of The Blast in Centralia No. 5: A Mine Disaster No One Stopped By: John Bartlow Martin Author and Publisher “The Blast in Centralia No. 5: A Mine Disaster No One Stopped” by John Bartlow Martin. Reprinted by permission of Harold Ober Associates Incorporated. Copyright 1948 by John Bartlow Martin. Copyright renewed 1975 by John Bartlow Martin. Overview The title of this case study alone insinuates that

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