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ATD’s 10-Minute Case Studies comprise a series of short case studies that describe how organizations use talent development programs to address different business situations. Each case study will feature how one organization overcame a specific challenge or situation. This collection was originally called Case by Case until August 2017, when it transitioned to 10-Minute Case Studies to better reflect the product.

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Cases are published in digital format as an exclusive benefit for ATD members. ATD members are talent development professionals who come from more than 120 countries and work in public and private organizations. Organizations will not be charged for participation or submission.

Interested in submitting your own story or have questions? Complete our submission form or email casestudy@td.org.

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My resume .in contains details of exemplary work i did while I was in Service In spite of the adverse circumstances i always kept my Controll over the situation.I was Transferred twice from MyMumbai to Chennai ie Regional Labour Institutefrom Central Labour Institute.ON both the occasions I was allowed by Officers in the Ministry to retainresidential quarterso that my family have not to suffer accomodation problem and childeren to face educational problems.Iworked hardbut effortlessly I could
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Maybe these case studies can also highlight efforts that didn't work and can learn just as much? For example, an effort to acquire a LMS over a number of years continues to fail despite efforts. What are they doing wrong, what is causing this, what are the barriers to implementing results oriented solutions and what should success look like? Understanding cases like this can also be very valuable, collaborative and constructive as they're just as common and real.
Hi William,
I agree that people would have a lot to learn from unsuccessful efforts. It's not something we can fully focus on in these case studies--we may not be able to accurately pinpoint what an organization is doing wrong, or what the root cause of an issue is--but it is a good idea to include barriers the organization faced while they were developing or implementing their initiative. I'll try to add more of that in future case studies. Thanks for the thoughtful comment!
Shauna
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