Case Teaching & Writing Workshops (Online Sessions)
Date and Time*
Case Teaching Workshop (Online Session)
July 31, August 1, 2020 (2 half-day Module)
Case Writing Workshop (Online Session)
August 7-8, 2020 (2 half-day Module)
Case Teaching & Writing Workshops (Online Sessions)
July 31, August 1 & August 7-8, 2020 (4 half-day Module)
*9:00am - 12:30pm, GMT+8 (Hong Kong)
USD 500 for Case Teaching Workshop or Writing Workshop (Online Sessions)
USD 1000 for Case Teaching & Writing Workshops (Online Sessions)
Ms. Priscilla Liu
+852 2135 2277
Participants will be conferred a certificate issued by Ivey Business School upon completing either workshop.
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Welcome to the world’s leader in Case Method training. The three leading case method textbooks on writing, learning and teaching were originated at the Ivey Business School. For decades, Ivey has utilized case-based learning and has become a global-leader in not only case publishing, but promoting the method. Over 15,000 participants have benefited from and enjoyed the practical focus found in our workshops, bringing the case method to classrooms at colleges and universities in more than 60 countries.
Ivey Business School is Canada’s leader in management education, and the second largest producer and distributor of cases in the world. Ivey has been the home of the Annual Case Writing and Case Learning and Teaching Workshops for over 40 years. These workshops are integrated, hands-on and intensely practical.
The case method is one of the most powerful teaching approaches, combining academic theory and framework with practical application and critical thinking while keeping the learner highly engaged. Ivey cases focus on management issues that executives face every day. Ivey cases are not fictitious scenarios. They focus on actual real-world decisions, requiring thorough analyses and decision making that helps to develop extraordinary leaders and careers. Our Case workshops immerse participants in the case method through a combination of short instructional presentations, interactive case analysis and hands-on exercises. Ivey has also merged as the leader in online case teaching with half of its 2020 case classes delivered virtually.
In this workshop, you will learn not only from Dr. Schotter, the Ivey faculty member leading the workshop, on the topics of classroom best-practice, but, just like in a case-based classroom, also from one another. In particular, we will discuss the following topics on how to best conduct a case-based class:
- How to find and select the best case
- How to prepare a case class and develop an effective session plan
- How to manage classroom contribution and how to motivate participants to talk
Dr. Schotter, an award-winning case teacher and two-time Wall Street Journal Distinguished Professor of the Year. He has written dozens of cases, many of them bestsellers, on topics in strategy, international business, entrepreneurship, and leadership. Dr. Schotter is also a designated reviewer for cases submitted to Ivey Publishing. He will share some best practice tips on how to write and teach award winning and highly effective case, such as:
- What kind of case you should write
- How to conduct field work
- How to structure the case and how to develop an effective teaching note
- Faculty (Professors/Lecturers/Instructors)
- Case center directors & Case writers
- Research assistants
- Doctoral candidates
Private & Government Sector
- Corporate trainers & Course designers
- HR & Strategy professionals
- Consultants & Analysts
Andreas P.J. Schotter
F.W.P. Jones Faculty Fellow
Associate Professor, General Management and International Business
A dual Canadian and German citizen, Andreas Schotter is an Associate Professor of International Business. He also serves as Ivey’s Academic Director of the CEMS Global Alliance Masters in International Management program. Dr. Schotter has lived in Canada, Europe, Asia and the USA and holds permanent resident status in Hong Kong. As an international business expert he helps executives and organizations understand the challenges and opportunities posed by the ever increasing turbulences in the global economy. He specializes in how to think strategically and drive the agile decision-making that will prevail in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous business world. His current areas of endeavour include the development of strategies for business system disruption and investigations into boundary-spanning leadership capabilities in global organizations. Dr. Schotter’s research has been published in leading academic and practitioner journals including the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of International Business Studies and the MIT Sloan Management Review amongst others. He has authored numerous book chapters, cases, and a book on strategic management frameworks. In addition to his academic work Dr. Schotter collaborates closely with leading multinational corporations from North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America on emerging market strategies and international leadership development.
Before embarking on an academic career Dr. Schotter was a senior executive with several multinational corporations in the luxury consumer goods, automotive and industrial equipment industry. He was the Asia Pacific Regional Managing Director for Bitzer International, a leading manufacturer of commercial HVAC equipment headquartered in Germany. He also worked as General Manager for Linde AG in China and in various executive functions for Volkswagen and the Lancaster Cosmetics Group.
Dr. Schotter holds a Masters in Economics and Business Management from the University of Kassel, Germany and both an Executive MBA and a Ph.D. from Ivey. Prior to joining Ivey as a faculty member in 2013, Dr. Schotter taught at the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona, where The Wall Street Journal recognized him twice as a “WSJ Distinguished Professor of the Year.” A hockey enthusiast and passionate rower, he represented his native Germany internationally at Rowing World Championships.