Dear All, I have got a Project on Leadership but my sir said not to write much theory he wants a case study on leadership.
I have prepared my ppt. on Narayan Murthy with the help of M. Peer Mohamed Sardhar’s PDF which he had posted earlier. Thanks’ you sir for the post.
My doubt of how to present a case study has been solved by M. Peer Mohamed Sardar. But Can anyone help me with the answer to the question in this case study?
I need your help. I have never presented any case study before, we are having 11 min to present. Please help me. Please give feedback on my ppt.

From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: ppt Leadership.ppt (1.37 MB, 3155 views)

dear shilpa, Good attempt to find the leadership study questions need to answer from the moral of the story. Read twice & find the answer frm the case study itself...
From India, Mumbai
dear shilpa
yor presentation was overall good,
but yor sir wanting a case study on leadership, subject regading to the dicision taken by the leader on some matter, dn add much writup(abt infosys background ) its making bore.
two three line can give enough intresting sense and as campaire to whole page.
and make good layout and remove animation and slide also.
datz all hhahahah
ok bye
all the best.

From India, Calcutta
Dear Shilpa,
It is a good PPT but does not appear like a case syudy in the real sense - are you questioning the leadership aspects of Narayan Murthy - otherwise where is the dilemma where management or other students would have to analyse and come up with various solutions or viewpoints. Pl clarify what exactly is reqd. It appears from what you have written that your prof wants your group to make a gr presentation on Leadership. Is that so? Then present your case on the stage with each member of yr grp speaking on one aspect of Narayan Murthy and highlighting his leadership qualities. Total presentation time allowed appears to be 11 min.
Kindly clarify.
Regards & best wishes,
H Prasad
Sr Trainer & Consultant

From India, Delhi

I took the liberty to download your slide deck and clean it up a little bit. I have reorganized the information into short bullet points. I have attached the cleaned up version. Please take a look.

Further, in your original slide deck, there were several references to tables and exhibits etc., that were not found in the deck. If you make such references, make sure you have the information elsewhere in the deck.

Here are a few suggestions to make the presentation effective and keep it under 11 minutes.

Slide show:

1. Avoid paragraphs and talk in bullet points - less than 15 words per point

2. Keep information relevant to the subject of each slide

3. If you want to put multiple subjects in a slide, use headers (see slides)

4. Expand on N. R. Narayana Murthy's ideology, vision, strategy, and leadership style (some of them are already covered)

5. Avoid too many quotes from anyone (including the man himself) in the middle of the presentation

6. Combine all the quotes from Narayana Murthy into one single slide and put that slide at the end of the deck


1. Keep at most 10 to 15 slides - avoid any and all unnecessary information (such as pictures of leaders, quotes from various leaders etc. you can move these slides to the end of the deck)

2. Avoid (if possible) having more than 10 bullet points per slide

3. Keep extensive (but relevant) notes and add them to the Notes section of each slide

Hope this helps.

All the best.

--Som G

From United States, Woodinville

Attached Files
File Type: ppt Leadership[1].ppt (1.24 MB, 719 views)

Dear Shilpa,
I agree with Som G. There is too much material on some of the slides. You have too many slides for a 11 min presentation. Does the 11 min group presentation include question time too? Could you please copy the question set verbatim? It will help us to give you a better advice. Also, when do you have to do the presentation? If you have already done it, could you state how it was received and how long it took?
Have a nice day.
A retired academic in UK

From United Kingdom
A good effort made by you & bettered by Som. However, you can make it more interesting and meaningful by discussing a bit more. In a case study, you can give various analyses, scenario at that time (when Narayan Murthy started), his strategy, competitors in field, how he sniffed the opportunities & converted them into big business, system he introduced, values & ethics, cash flows,various aspects of the business, challenges he faced etc. Then, finally you can can summarise it...

From India, Pune
It’s very good ppt. and very usefull for mngt students because i am also mngt student.
From India, Jaipur
Thank you all,
I was very upset before when there was no response for my post, On Saturday my presentation was Schedule, but as it was 5th September (Teacher’s day) our batch had given party to our professors and other groups presentation was also there my presentn got postponed to 11th Sep.
Thank you Som, I was not able to bifurcate that Para’s to bullet point. But the addition & bifurcation which you have done is superb.

From India, Mumbai
It is really pleasant case study,
I have applied some of the points from this in my entrepreneur presentation
Thanks a lot for posting such a nice presentation
Mandar Kulkarni
SRTM University Nanded

From India, Guwahati

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