The Center for Learning and Management Practice (CLMP) at the Indian School of Business (ISB) has launched the ISB Case Collection website, which will feature case studies, articles and simulations for researchers. The portal will be interactive and will allow users to search the extensive catalog of case studies written by ISB professors as well as authors from other leading business schools. It is available at cases.isb.edu.
The CLMP has created content based on primary research that focuses on the challenges of the Indian subcontinent and other emerging economies around the world. These case studies are written after in-depth interviews and also contain teaching notes that can guide instructors on how to use them. This vast repository contains educational tools for disciplines such as entrepreneurship, business strategy, marketing, finance, operations management, organizational behavior and public policies.
The ISB Case Collection website will help not only educators but also students, who will be able to learn more about contemporary business challenges in India, Asia and other emerging markets. Users must register as an educator, student, or otherwise before purchasing and downloading the case studies. Some of the content is free to read. The catalog contains content in various formats such as articles, podcasts, videos, and infographics. Contributors include thought leaders, business pillars, global and regional experts, as well as researchers and academics.
Launching the ISB Case Collection website, CLMP Executive Director Dr Saumya Sindhwani said, “Successful and effective education is not just teaching. It is about allowing students to learn and discover themselves, to make decisions to deal with problems in different situations. With this in mind, the ISB Case Collection website is another step in the school’s continuing attempt to provide resources and guidance for teachers to develop skills and relevant content for the classroom. In addition to the Case Catalog, it is also possible to access more interactive and small content, thus adding to the utility of the portal in a variety of contexts.