Case workshop tutors
Our workshop tutors include some of the world's most experienced teachers of the case method, all of whom are case authors and several of whom have written books on the subject.
Jamie Anderson is Professor of Strategic Management at Antwerp Management School, Belgium and Visiting Professor at London Business School, UK and The Lorange Institute, Switzerland. One of our best-selling case authors, and a three-time winner of the EFMD case writing awards, Jamie has been one of our workshop tutors since 2002.
Scott is based at Cardiff University's Centre for Lifelong Learning, UK and is an Associate Lecturer on the MBA programme at the Open University Business School, UK. A keen case writer, Scott has published several cases and teaching notes. He runs an educational training consultancy practice and has over seventeen years experience of delivering case teaching and writing workshops to private, public sector, academic and corporate clients from across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
Ruth Bender is a Reader in Corporate Financial Strategy at Cranfield University School of Management. Her main teaching areas include financial strategy, corporate responsibility and corporate governance. Ruth attended the International Teachers Programme in 1996 and has been running case method workshops since 2011.
James A Erskine
Jim teaches Operations Management at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, Canada. Over the past 40 years he has conducted more than 250 case writing and case teaching workshops in more than 45 countries. The recipient of several teaching awards, Jim is a 3-M teaching fellow recognising him as one of Canada's best university professors. Jim has been writing cases for 40 years and has been involved in writing or supervising more than 1,000. He is a co-author of several books on the case method in three languages.
Stephanie is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurial Performance and Economics at Cranfield School of Management, UK. Her current research focuses on venture strategy and planning in evolutionary firms, entrepreneurial resilience and on business survival.
Mark is Director of Research and Professor of Business Strategy at Cranfield University School of Management. He uses case studies in both his research and in his teaching on MBA and executive programmes. His cases are amongst The Case Centre's bestselling cases and he has authored a number of practitioner books from his research.
Kamran Kashani is Professor of Marketing and Global Strategy at IMD, Switzerland. He has been a marketing consultant and educator to numerous USA and European companies and has also taught at INSEAD, France and Babson College, USA. Over the last 30 years Kamran has written more than 50 case studies and has won four of The Case Centre's Case Awards and two from EFMD. As a coach to teachers in the art of case method, Kamran has been presenting our case writing and teaching workshops since 2000.
Martin Kupp is an Associate Professor for Entrepreneurship at ESCP Europe, Paris and a visiting professor at EGP Business School in Portugal and the European School of Management and Technology, Berlin. Before that Martin worked as a program director at ESMT, Berlin and a lecturer and research assistant at the University of Cologne, where he also received his doctoral degree.
Michiel R Leenders
Mike is the Leenders Purchasing Management Association of Canada Chair and Professor Emeritus at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, Canada. He has taught and consulted extensively both in Canada and internationally. Mike has been teaching with cases since 1959 and has written more than 300 case studies. An experienced and award-winning teacher, he has taught case method workshops around the world since 1968. Mike is a co-author of several books on the case method.
Louise A Mauffette-Leenders
As a case writer and research associate at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, Canada Louise wrote more than 70 case studies in various areas of management, including the non-profit sector. She has taught with cases for more than fifteen years in professional development programmes for social service providers. Together with her husband Mike Leenders, she has taught more than 40 case method workshops in North and South America, Europe and Asia. Louise is a co-author of several case method textbooks in three languages.
Urs is a Programme Director and Head of Practice Group ‘Consumer Goods and Retail’ at ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Germany. His areas of expertise include business ethics, strategy, change management, and cross-cultural management, plus specific industry expertise in consumer goods, retail and media. He has published numerous case studies, books and articles and was a recent recipient of two of The Case Centre’s prestigious case writing Awards in the Hot Topic and Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour categories.
John is the Roger M Bale Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Huddersfield, UK, a Visiting Professor in Australia and Finland and has also taught in New Zealand. John has written extensively on entrepreneurship and strategy, including the textbook Strategic Management. An experienced case writer, John specialises in short cases. He has been a tutor on The Case Centre's workshops since 2006 and is also a member of the The Case Centre's Executive Committee.
Gina is Professor and Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Activity at Bertolon School of Business, Salem State University, US. Her professional interests include organizational transitions and succession, entrepreneurship and small business development, social entrepreneurship, organizational structure and communication, and business ethics and spirituality.
Trevor is a Principal Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK, where he oversees development of programmes in the financial services / planning area at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Trevor has been writing and teaching with cases for over ten years and has been one of our tutors since 1999. He was a participant in the International Teachers Programme at London Business School, UK and recipient of a Philip Law case writing scholarship from The Case Centre.
Interested in becoming a tutor?
We are always interested to hear from individuals who run case method workshops and would like to become involved in our workshop programme. Please contact our Events Manager if you would like to explore this opportunity.