Virtual Case Workshop
Date and Time
Case Teaching Workshop (1 and half day module)
March 21 & 22 (am only), 2023
Case Writing Workshop (1 and half day module)
March 28 & 29 (am only), 2023
Day 1 9:00 am - 17:00 pm
Day 2 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
GMT+8, Hong Kong time
Online via Zoom
USD 950 per workshop
Participants will be conferred a digital Ivey certificate upon completing either workshop.
Special Offers Available, please contact us immediately for details!
Ms. Priscilla Liu
+852 2135 2277
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. By 2022, more than 15,000 participants across over 60 countries have benefited from highly practical and applied case teaching and writing workshops.
Ivey Business School is Canada’s leader in management education, the second-largest producer and distributor of cases, and the largest producer of Asian cases in the world. Ivey has been the home of the case teaching and writing workshops for over 40 years. These workshops develop the necessary skills for bringing the highly effective case method to college and university courses, regardless if it is for face-to-face or online teaching. The case method is also widely used by leading businesses from all industries for talent and executive development. Ivey’s Case Workshops are highly immersive, allowing participants to develop hands-on competencies through a combination of instructional sessions, immersion, and interactive exercises with feedback.
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 real-world decisions, requiring thorough analysis and decision-making helps 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.
In this workshop, you will learn not only from 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:
- Understanding categories of cases
- The three-stage case learning process
- Case complexity and Selection
- Case teaching plan
- Case-based teaching design
- Management of case discussion
- Teaching approaches for a different audience
- Evaluation of case teaching
- Dos and Don’ts of case teaching
- Challenges and opportunities of case teaching
An internationally recognized and award-winning Ivey professor with best-selling case publications as well as case-based research publications in topic academic journals, also a designated reviewer for cases submitted to Ivey Publishing will share best practices and techniques on how to teach and write award-winning and highly effective cases, such as:
- Key Dimensions and key questions of effective cases
- Case development plan and writing process
- Data selection and field research
- Crafting an effective opening paragraph
- Crafting an effective assessment
- Developing an impactful teaching note
- Keeping cases up-to-date
- Challenges and opportunities of case writing
- SPECIAL SESSION: Talk directly with Ivey Publishing for case publication process
- Faculty (Professors/Lecturers/Instructors)
- Case Center Directors & Case Writers
- Research Assistants
- Doctoral Candidates
Business & Government Sectors
- Corporate Trainers & Course Designers
- HR & Strategy Professionals
- Consultants & Analysts
Andreas P.J. Schotter
Associate Professor, General Management & International Business
F.W.P. Jones Faculty Fellow
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schotter is a Professor of General Management. He holds the F.W.P. Jones Faculty Fellowship at Ivey. He is also a John H. Dunning Fellow at Henley Business School at the University of Reading in the UK and holds a joint appointment as Professor of International Business at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). The Wall Street Journal has named him twice WSJ Distinguished Professor of the Year. He has authored more than 40 research articles, books and book chapters and more than 25 cases, numerous of them best-sellers. Andreas has served as the Faculty Director of Ivey’s Master of Science Program and the Academic Director the CEMS Alliance Master in International Management Program. He teaches at all levels in degree programs and executive development. Andreas won program design innovation and teaching awards at Ivey, the Thunderbird School of Global Management, CEMS and the EFMD Case Centre.
What Participants Say About Our Program
Marisa KarsenSubject Content Coordinator, Information Management, Binus University, Indonesia
"Overall, I really enjoy this training because can give more knowledge how to conduct case teaching in the classroom, especially during pandemic when we held session online by using video conference tools. Thank u Ivey"
Ritu YadavAssistant Professor, Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
“The workshop has been instrumental in understanding what I have been doing right and where I have been going wrong. Many a time, it transcended beyond just case teaching and made us reflect on teaching in general. The interactive approach to learning the technique was very effective.”
Dr Rosette LeungLecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
“The Ivey Virtual Case Workshop provides an intensive training to educators on the effective ways of teaching and writing cases. It also provides a valuable chance for educators from various universities in the Asia Pacific to interact and exchange their experience. Most importantly, the trainer of the Workshop is knowledgeable, professional and well prepared. Thank you IVEY, for organizing this brilliant workshop.”
Tomofumi AnegawaProfessor, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business
"I took this course as a refresher course after my 35 years of experience of case method teaching. It is asked by my school administrator like a retraining of the aged driver. Still I learned a lot and appreciate the opportunities. It would change my teaching style."