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SolBridge International School of Business

INF 500 Management Information Systems

Case Analysis Presentation, Spring 2016

Presenting a Case

The presentation (excluding questions and responses) should last a maximum of 20 minutes. Team members should work together to determine their approach and assign individual responsibilities and participation in the presentation. The recommended style for the presentation is presented below.

  • Team Introduction. (around 1 minutes)

  • Overview: A brief overview of the case. This can also include a strategic analysis of the business and/or an overview of the major issues facing the business.  (around 7 minutes)
  • Present recommendations for the case.  Present each recommendation as a slide heading. Then provide analysis and rationale for the recommendation. When appropriate, provide an overview of how the recommendation will be implemented.  A typical presentation will have four or five major recommendations. (around 8  minutes)
  • Summary remarks. ( around 2 minutes)
  • Provide a company of the case update when possible. (around 2 minutes)
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion. (additional 10 minutes)

The thrust of the presentations should be to identify and discuss the critical strategic and tactical issues in the case as opposed to rehashing details and history.  Each recommendation should be supported by clear-cut rationale analyses.

All members of the team are required to say something for the presentation to receive appropriate credit.

Preparing a Case

The following approach is suggested in preparing a case for class.  The modified SQR4technique presented here has been shown to be effective in a number of analytical tasks.

SURVEY:  Read the first few paragraphs of the case, then the main headings, and glance at graphs and table headings.  The objective of this stage is to get an overview of the context of the case and the problems facing the company.

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