Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Case Writing

May 11-12, 2024

SPJIMR Teaching and Learning Academy (TLA), in partnership with Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS), hosted a two-day offline Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Case Writing at SPJIMR Mumbai. Prof. Snehal Shah, Associate Dean, Academics and Research, Prof. Tanvi Mankodi, Lead, TLA, Prof. Debmallaya Chatterjee, Prof. Amol Dhaigude and Ms. Rutuja Malusare and two of our FDP participants, inaugurated the FDP on May 11, 2024. The session witnessed remarkable participation from faculty members, Ph.D. scholars, and industry practitioners from various institutes across the country. The two days of the FDP were filled with discussions and exercises on the basics of case writing and publishing. The programme fostered a community of practice among faculty members interested in case writing, encouraging collaboration and knowledge sharing. Highlights included expert-led sessions and publication prospects.


Date: May 11-12, 2024

Location: SPJIMR, Andheri West, Mumbai.

Mode: Offline

Fee: No Fee

Target Audience

  • Faculty members
  • PhD scholars
  • Industry practitioners


Debmallya Chatterjee


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Amol Subhash Dhaigude


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Key highlights
FDP content
Fees and registration
  • Hands-on sessions with case writing experts along with a publication opportunity in a special issue of EEMCS
  • Publication opportunity at the SI of EEMCS on data-driven decision-making in the era of technology disruption. For more details on this SI, please visit here
  • No registration fees
  • Central location of Mumbai

The primary objectives of the FDP are as follows:

  • To equip faculty members/scholars with the necessary skills and techniques to develop effective case studies.
  • To provide guidance on conducting research, gathering data, and structuring cases for maximum educational impact.
  • To foster a community of practice among faculty members interested in case writing, encouraging collaboration and knowledge sharing.

The workshop will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction to Case Writing: Understanding the purpose and structure of case studies.
  • Identifying Case Topics: Selecting relevant and engaging topics for case study development.
  • Research Methods: Techniques for gathering data and conducting research for case studies.
  • Writing Techniques: Strategies for writing compelling case narratives and engaging student interest.
  • Case Analysis and Discussion: Methods for facilitating case analysis and classroom discussion.
  • Feedback and Revision: Utilizing feedback to refine and improve case studies for future use.
  • Drafting teaching note (TN): Positioning, analysis and board plans
  • Case submission and review process: End to end guidance on case submission and review process
  • There is no fee for participating in this workshop.
  • Participants interested in future sessions should send their case and TN as per the prescribed format by using the following link:
    Expression of Interest
  • For primary data-driven cases, consent to write the case is mandatory.

Connect with us

Ms. Rutuja Malusare | rutuja.malusare@spjimr.org | +91-9137580005

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