Ulaganath Madan _Case study.Benoy Paul Jose,BFS-033,Chennai Business School,17th Oct, 2009.
Problems slowly started creeping in between Mr. Madan and the management at this point. Meanwhile Mr. Balesar was transferred toBombay, and Ulaganath was supposed to report to him. Ulaganath had a long history of tussle with Mr. Balesar. He did not want to work under Mr. Balesar and soon asked for a transfer to Calcutta. However, the report by the Resident Director made Ulaganath furious.One thing lead to another and soon he put in his papers.The case study on Ulaganath Madan, could be a good example of how a talented and competent person can lose out when it comes tobe a manager. A manager is one who should have a broad perspective towards his responsibilities and duties. A single mindedperspective would spoil the game for him as well as for his company.This case is analysed with the help of the tool Fish bone Analysis. Here, the company and Mr. Madan have been compared to find out who is in greater fault for the unfortunate event of Mr. Madan’s resignation.