Members' Case Forum 2024 - programme

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Discover the exciting programme for the Members' Case Forum 2024.

Programme

The Members' Case Forum will take place online via Zoom at 13h-17h (BST) on 19 September 2024 (check the time in your time zone). Full details of how to access the sessions will be provided to registered participants in the week before the event. Participants will be able to choose which of the breakout and drop-in sessions they would like to attend on the day.

Annual General Meeting

Member representatives are invited to attend the online Annual General Meeting, along with The Case Centre's Board of Trustees, prior to the Case Forum, from 12h-12.45h. Further information about the AGM will be sent directly to all membership representatives before the event.

Contact us

If you have any queries about the Members' Case Forum please contact:

Kate Cook
Director of Training and Events
t
+44 (0)1234 756409

Panel discussion - 13h-13.45h

Welcome and panel discussion

Case method breakout sessions 1 - 13.50h-14.30h

Building a case community of practice
Briefing an external case writer
Teaching strategy in the digital age: modernising case study methodology through technology integration

Break - 14.30h-14.40h

Case method breakout sessions 2 - 14.40h-15.20h

Delivering a real-life case learning experience
Exploring AI-generated case content strategies: innovative applications for faculty
Use of the case method to generate knowledge in quantitative areas: finance for management

Case method breakout sessions 3 - 15.25h-16.05h

The origins of the case study
The case method as a potent tool for coaching startup founders
From fearful to fearless: empowering professors to design dynamic case writing courses

Break - 16.05h-16.15h

Plenary session - 16.15h-16.35h

The Case Centre's strategic view and vision

The Case Centre drop-in sessions - 16.40h-17h

The Case Centre's senior leadership team will showcase key areas of activity, respond to feedback and be available to answer questions.

Case distribution
Case training
Communications and systems
Membership and services
Scholarships, competitions and journal

Booking

If you are a member of staff at one of our member organisations you can book your free place on the Members' Case Forum below. Please note that to ensure fair distribution of attendance for all members the number of places is limited per member organisation.

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Please note that you can book your place until the event starts on 19 September 2024.

Become a member organisation

Don't miss a thing - join our case community today.

Benefits include: lower prices for teaching materials, a 50% discount on Learning with Cases: An Interactive Study Guide, royalties on case sales, free attendance at the annual Members' Case Forum, discounted case workshop places and much more!

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Become a member organisation

Don't miss a thing - join our case community today.

Benefits include: lower prices for teaching materials, a 50% discount on Learning with Cases: An Interactive Study Guide, royalties on case sales, free attendance at the annual Members' Case Forum, discounted case workshop places and much more!

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