The SAGE Business Case database (linked below) is a collection of cases often assigned to students as classroom material. If you are a faculty member who would like to use these cases in your class, contact Carrie Ludovico for help developing permalink lists and accessing the teaching notes.
In fall 2017, Infosys leaders assembled a cross-functional team and tasked it with developing a new AI-based talent management system to replace the old manual process. The new system was to provide a 360-degree view of open positions and available employees and use an algorithm to make hiring recommendations for projects.
Through the story of the Quality Improvement and Innovation Team at The Family Vine, who are looking to hire a new member, this case lays down the foundations of emotional intelligence (EI). Companies tend to hire for intelligence quotient (IQ) instead of EI, but struggle to assess EI when hiring.
During 2021, productivity at XYZ Semiconductor dropped due to high employee attrition. Competitive advantages the company once held eroded, and revenue dropped. Consultant Anjali Karthikey has been hired to identify the attrition drivers and analyze how the company’s HR policies influenced them.
Under a new law that went into effect in November 2022, companies with four or more employees that post a job in New York City are required to include salary ranges on all job ads, promotions, and transfer opportunities. The landmark law was created to promote salary transparency as a tool to narrow racial and gender wage gaps. This case asks students to discuss the new law and its potential efficacy in closing wage gaps.