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Authors: Divya Bharathi (BITM); G P Dinesh (Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadevaraya University)
Originally published in: 2021
Version: 25-Aug-2020
Revision date: 14-Jul-2021
Length: 7 pages
Data source: Generalised experience
Notes: To maximise their effectiveness, colour items should be printed in colour.

Abstract

This case is intended to be used either for classroom discussion or even at the organizational level, it focuses on the positive and negative role of a leader in any organization and its impact on employee engagement at a large scale. Exclusive leadership models are designed to show the road map for success. The importance of student-faculty or boss-employee is discussed and possible solutions were given to overcome the leadership crisis. The purpose of the case was to highlight how the leadership change will impact employee engagement in the organization and what kind of challenges were faced by employees and students in pre & post-covid scenarios. This was a live case discussion highlighted on a few aspects like when the competition was more employer gave a lot of privilege to the employees for the mutual benefit of the organization and an individual, but as and when the competition was low they became monopoly and started cutting down monetary benefits to the employees in the given situation. Hence, how different leaders could manage their employer / employees and colleagues in the organization and still succeeded. How the team building and leadership role played a big role in making employees satisfied is discussed. Also, when the leadership change took place various challenges were encountered which gave a very bad hit to the department and organization as a whole for which possible solutions to overcome that crisis are being discussed. Here the case stresses how closely the management relationship with leaders and leader's relationship with team members and team member's relationship with heads and students are interlinked from both the ends and its benefits and consequences are analyzed.

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses.

Time period

The events covered by this case took place in 2 years.

Geographical setting

Region:
Asia
Countries:
India; Australia; Canada; Denmark; Finland
Locations:
Karnataka; Ballari; Bangalore; Belgaum; Gulbarga

Featured companies

BITM
Employees:
501-1000
Turnover:
INR 25,00,00,000
Type:
Educational
Industry:
Education
Other keywords:
Impact, Leadership crisis, Employee engagement, Employee Relationship, Student relationship, Student Engagement, Pre and Post-Covid
Vijayanagara Sri krishna devaraya university
Employees:
501-1000
Turnover:
INR 30,00,00,000
Type:
Educational
Industry:
Education
Other keywords:
Impact, Leadership crisis, Employee engagement, Employee Relationship, Student relationship, Student Engagement, Pre and Post-COVID

Featured protagonist

  • Daksh (male), Professor

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Abstract

This case is intended to be used either for classroom discussion or even at the organizational level, it focuses on the positive and negative role of a leader in any organization and its impact on employee engagement at a large scale. Exclusive leadership models are designed to show the road map for success. The importance of student-faculty or boss-employee is discussed and possible solutions were given to overcome the leadership crisis. The purpose of the case was to highlight how the leadership change will impact employee engagement in the organization and what kind of challenges were faced by employees and students in pre & post-covid scenarios. This was a live case discussion highlighted on a few aspects like when the competition was more employer gave a lot of privilege to the employees for the mutual benefit of the organization and an individual, but as and when the competition was low they became monopoly and started cutting down monetary benefits to the employees in the given situation. Hence, how different leaders could manage their employer / employees and colleagues in the organization and still succeeded. How the team building and leadership role played a big role in making employees satisfied is discussed. Also, when the leadership change took place various challenges were encountered which gave a very bad hit to the department and organization as a whole for which possible solutions to overcome that crisis are being discussed. Here the case stresses how closely the management relationship with leaders and leader's relationship with team members and team member's relationship with heads and students are interlinked from both the ends and its benefits and consequences are analyzed.

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses.

Settings

Time period

The events covered by this case took place in 2 years.

Geographical setting

Region:
Asia
Countries:
India; Australia; Canada; Denmark; Finland
Locations:
Karnataka; Ballari; Bangalore; Belgaum; Gulbarga

Featured companies

BITM
Employees:
501-1000
Turnover:
INR 25,00,00,000
Type:
Educational
Industry:
Education
Other keywords:
Impact, Leadership crisis, Employee engagement, Employee Relationship, Student relationship, Student Engagement, Pre and Post-Covid
Vijayanagara Sri krishna devaraya university
Employees:
501-1000
Turnover:
INR 30,00,00,000
Type:
Educational
Industry:
Education
Other keywords:
Impact, Leadership crisis, Employee engagement, Employee Relationship, Student relationship, Student Engagement, Pre and Post-COVID

Featured protagonist

  • Daksh (male), Professor

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