Publication Type:

Conference Proceedings


S.S. Ganesh





and Collective Learning, Learning Barriers, Local Narratives, Storytelling


This session focuses on the challenges of transitioning from conventional case and lecture method to adopting an even more conventional “storytelling” pedagogy to generate interest in a subject which was perceived by the students as a boring management discipline in the past. It highlights as how “storytelling” as a pedagogical experiment could be used for the creation of local narratives and making learning fun. It provides insights into the learning barriers of the instructor and the students and illustrates as how students, alumni, and colleagues could collectively contribute to the evolution of course curriculum and process for sustainable student centric teaching.

Cite this Research Publication

S. S. Ganesh, “““Storytelling” as a Pedagogical Experiment toward Local Narratives: A Postmodern Perspective for Sustainable Student Centric Teaching.””. 2012.