Case Analysis

Case Analysis


Business cases are used to help students learn about the important concepts and explore the issues, problems or decision-making situations faced by organizations and managers.

The case study should be analyzed individually and will have its own set of questions to be addressed. Read the appropriate materials and prepare a case analysis report in a way that addresses all the questions provided.

The case study mentioned below needs to be purchased from Ivey Publishing website.

Vallabh, P., Das, R. and Jayaseelan, S. and Dhar, S. (2020). PNB Housing Finance Limited: Toward Successful Transformation. Ivey Publishing. Product Number: 9B20M078.



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The case is about PNB Housing Finance Limited (PNB) an Indian company, planning for an IPO and organization-wide changes at the structural, technical, and behavioural levels. The case discussed if the company has successfully implemented change and is ready for growth. The learning objectives are:

Suggested Case Questions

  1. Why was organizational transformation needed at PNB?
  2. What factors contributed to the resistance to change at PNB and how did it overcome the resistance?
  3. How did PNB’s top management implement change? What interventions would you recommend?




Case Analysis 2 will be marked in its entirety out of 100. The following rubric indicates the criteria students are to adhere to, and their relative weights to the assignment overall.

Activity/Competencies Demonstrated % of Final Grade
1. Case Analysis (80%)
a. Provided Company Background /10
b. Identified the issues, problems or decision dilemma faced by the organization/ protagonist
c. Analyzed the issues, problems or decision dilemma faced by the organization/ protagonist and integrates with the theoretical concepts learnt. /20
d. Provides suitable alternatives related to the issues, problems or decision dilemma faced by the organization/ protagonist. /20
e. Provides appropriate recommendation given the case facts and analysis completed /15
f. Included Introduction and Conclusion /15
2. Attention to Detail (20%)
a. Use of relevant facts from the case and other resources (course material, additional readings, etc.) /10
b. Spellings, grammar, and APA format followed /10
Total /100

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