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The Case Centre Connect Issue 47, September 2020
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Dear colleague

Welcome to the September issue of Connect!

As we settle into a fall semester that looks different to previous years, we hope that this issue will provide you with some interesting case method insights.

Have you wondered how to get case development going at your school? Our first feature provides ideas to help stimulate, sustain and support case writing.

Our second feature recaps the key online case teaching best practice takeaways from Angela Lee's webinar earlier this year.

Two of our featured cases look at leadership: Jan Van Hasenbroek and Yuliana Slashcheva. While the others explore launching a craft beer in China, and the intersections between mining, agriculture and development in Kenya.

The ‘5 minutes with…’ hot seat is taken by Michael Netzley. He shares his opinions on using tech for case teaching, and how the online case teaching landscape may evolve in future years.

Stay safe and healthy!

The Case Centre team

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How schools stimulate, support and sustain case development
Online case teaching: best practice
Featured case - Forbidden City: Launching a Craft Beer in China Featured case - Jan Van Hasenbroek (A): A 'Red-Pencil' Leader at a Crossroads; and (B): Going Back to School Featured case - Resourcing Rural Livelihoods in Kenya: Intersections Between Mining, Agriculture and Development Yuliana Slashcheva: Is There Such a Thing as 'Female Leadership’?
Forbidden City: Launching a Craft Beer in China
Christopher A Bartlett, Harvard Business School and Carole Carlson, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University.
Jan Van Hasenbroek (A): A 'Red-Pencil' Leader at a Crossroads; and (B): Going Back to School
Susan Goldsworthy, Kamran Kashani and Lisa Duke, Institute for Management Development (IMD).
Resourcing Rural Livelihoods in Kenya: Intersections Between Mining, Agriculture and Development
Rochelle Spencer, Murdoch University.
Yuliana Slashcheva: Is There Such a Thing as 'Female Leadership’?
Andrey Shapenko and Elizaveta Lobanova, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO.
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Case method events
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Calendar date: 30 September A Student Guide to Getting Started with Cases
Free webinar
Presenters: Scott Andrews and Antoinette Mills
Calendar date: November-December Writing Effective Cases
Online workshop
Tutors: Martin Kupp and Urs Mueller
Calendar date: 1-3 December Successful Case Teaching: In-class and Online
Online workshop
Tutor: Angela Lee
23-23 Nov Customised workshops
Our expert-led case workshops can be customised to your exact requirements.
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It's a wrap

What they said...

Top tip

Why not try?

It's a wrap What they said... Top tip Why not try?

Watch back our webinar, Making Online Case Teaching Interactive: Digital Workspaces for Whiteboards and Breakouts, with Michael Netzley, Institute for Management Development (IMD). Watch here.

“Doing online what one would do in class, without rethinking the students’ online experience and the advantages of online learning, diminishes that online experience.” – Srikant Datar, Harvard Business School. See more.

“When teaching cases online I heavily use breakout room discussions and put together different groups each time to create a novelty factor for the students, which enables them to interact with more people than they would in a physical space.” – David Dubois, INSEAD. Read more.

The inaugural issue of Case Focus features five peer-reviewed teaching cases set in the Middle East and Africa. Discover cases on Benson Shoes, Grand Cinemas, RDRS Mining, Saphon Energy and SWVL. Find out more.

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Competition news…
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Deadline dates for your diary:

See the results for the following competitions:

Interested in entering a case writing competition?

Find a list of competitions and competitions for students.

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Case PDWs
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Hand up in a classroom

We run PDW sessions at conferences throughout the year.

At USASBE Online Entrepreneurship Educators Special Interest Group

How to Teach Cases Online
12h (CST) | 18h (BST) on Wednesday 14 October 2020

At GBSN Beyond - Virtual Conference Reimagined

Case Writing with The Case Centre
7.30h-9h (EDT) | 12.30h-14h (BST) on Wednesday 14 October 2020

Learning with Cases Online
9h-10h (EDT) | 14h-15h (BST) on Monday 19 October 2020

Are you interested in widening the impact of your research?
10h-11h (EDT) | 15h-16h (BST) on Wednesday 11 November 2020

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