In Practise uses its industry network, public information and in-house research to identify a real-world scenario. We focus on helping future leaders navigate the debate on the role of business in society.
In Practise interviews practitioners facing real-world situations to explore decision-making processes that consider investors, employees, society, and the environment.
In Practise writes discussion and assignment cases with practitioners from the In Practise network. Practitioners highlight key business principles and provide guidance on various scenarios for discussion cases.
Both case types include exclusive In Practise interviews as background reading in addition to public financial and industry data from industry and company reports to reflect the complexities of reality as closely as possible.
In Practise Cases begin with a real world situation and apply management and business principles to analyse the case. This is a more practical approach than the existing case method, which starts with a business principle then searches for a real world situation.
In Practise interviews range in length between 30-120 minutes and are available in text and audio formats. The interview library can be filtered by both course syllabus, industry, company, and thematic trend.
In Practise focuses on situations that demand an understanding of the financial and societal pressures on corporations today. All content is organised and curated for the core MBA modules.
Assignment cases are 1-4 pages based on 1-2 In Practise interviews with executives plus other public information that acts as background reading.
Assignments are organised by course syllabus and provide first-hand practical content for professors to deliver a business principle in class. In Practise provides no instructional material with the case.
Discussion cases are 15-20 pages based on 4-5 In Practise interviews plus other public information. Discussions are scenario based and based on situations evolving today in real-time.
In Practise provides a scenario note with practitioners to help professors understand and deliver the case.