Free webinar: The Ingredients of an Award-winning Case

10.30h-11.30h (GMT), Tuesday 23 March 2021

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Lots of different spices and ingredients in separate bowls

What are the ingredients that make an award-winning case that is used by educators around the world? How do you adapt case teaching for a virtual environment?

This free webinar offers a unique opportunity to hear from the overall winners of The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2021. Sign up now!

About this free webinar

During the webinar our award-winning case authors will introduce you to the elements that make a case a global bestseller, and which can inspire instructors and students alike. You'll receive expert guidance, and plenty of tips and tricks, to help you write your own amazing cases. These techniques are suitable for authors writing about any subject and for any programme around the world.

Participants will learn:

  • the essential elements of an award-winning case
  • how to plan and begin writing a case, including sources of inspiration and common pitfalls to avoid
  • the importance of supplementary materials, and how to ensure the case remains contemporary
  • the case teaching note and how to provide instructor flexibility in terms of teaching approach
  • how to adapt your case teaching for a virtual environment.

The webinar will include a Q&A session.

About the presenters

The webinar will be hosted by Antoinette Mills from The Case Centre, and led by case experts, Jamie Anderson, Karin Kollenz-Quétard and Nader Tavassoli.

Jamie AndersonJamie is Professor of Strategic Management at Antwerp Management School. He is the author of multiple bestselling and award-winning cases and has been named in The Case Centre's Top 40 Bestselling Case Authors ranking each year since it began in 2016. View Jamie's cases

Karin KollenzKarin is Professor of Strategy at EDHEC Business School and also leads customized programs at London Business School. In December 2016, Karin was named as one of the world’s leading business school professors by the Financial Times. View Karin's cases

Nader TavassoliNader is Professor of Marketing at London Business School, where he is also Academic Director of the Leadership Institute, Academic Director of The Hive, and Faculty Advisor of LBS Publishing. Nader has been in The Case Centre's Top 40 Bestselling Case Authors list every year since it launched in 2016, and is also the author of multiple bestselling and award-winning cases. View Nader's cases

The authors won the Overall Award at The Case Centre's Awards and Competitions 2021, with their case Dollar Shave Club: Disrupting the Shaving Industry.

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Places on this webinar are limited so we advise signing up early to avoid disappointment.

Accessing the webinar

The webinar will be run using Zoom. Registered participants will receive a link to join the session in their booking email. A link to the recording will also be provided to registered participants after the event.

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