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As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations we’re asking you to share your experiences of using the case method.

How has the case method changed over the years? Have you developed new ways to teach cases or are you taking a different approach to writing cases? What about students’ attitudes and their approach to learning? And how do you see the case method developing over the next 40 years?

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Celebrating our first 40 years


We’re celebrating our 40th year as the only global, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the case method and sharing our world-leading expertise in case teaching, writing and learning.

We’d love hear from you as we roll out our programme of events to mark this special anniversary year. Share your experiences of case teaching or writing, or tell us about your first impressions if you’re new to the case method.

You can also join our growing international community on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, or enjoy the benefits of becoming one of our valued members.

Here’s to the next 40 years!