12.30pm – 2pm, Friday, November the 15th
Locomotion 1 Suite, Crowne Plaza Newcastle
Facilitator: Scott Andrews
The Case Centre is the independent home of the case method. We offer case training for students and lecturers at business schools and universities worldwide. The case method of learning is the favoured teaching approach for MBA students and executives at the world’s leading business schools, and is increasingly being used by undergraduate students. Case studies enable students to analyse, reflect and discuss real life entrepreneurs and their businesses to help bring student learning alive.
This interactive workshop will cover the following areas:
- Why teach with cases?
- Teaching approaches; the student experience.
- Entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship and cases; the person and the process.
- Different types of cases – long, short, video, ‘illustrated’.
- What works for you and your students?
- Sourcing and writing cases
A number of different cases will be used in the workshop to illustrate the various topics and themes and there will be plenty of opportunity for sharing experiences and insights – both with the tutor and between participants. To this end, a small amount of pre-reading will be distributed in advance to registered participants so they can prepare for the workshop.
The intended outcome is that you become more aware of the potential of cases in your teaching – and the various types of cases and case material you might use – and more confident and committed to use them.
Workshop participant numbers are limited to 30. Please secure your place as soon as possible by emailing email@example.com
About Scott Andrews
Scott Andrews is a Principal Lecturer in Leadership and Head of Department for Marketing and Enterprise at the University of Worcester’s Business School; where he is also Programme Leader for Executive Education. Previously, he worked at Cardiff University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning, UK, and on the MBA programme at the Open University Business School, UK. He received his PhD from Bristol and his MSc, MBA and PRINCE2 qualifications from the University of Wales, UK; more recently he has been appointed a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Scott particularly focuses on Leadership, Project Management, International Marketing and Organisational Strategy, and has worked with organisations including the World Bank, Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce, World Health Organisation, Wales Audit Office, Thai Institute of Directors and the Church of England. His use of the case method has been incorporated into programmes in Central and Eastern Europe.
A keen case writer, Scott has published several cases and teaching notes. He runs an educational training consultancy practice and has been a workshop tutor for The Case Centre since 1996, with experience of delivering case teaching and writing workshops to private, public sector, academic and corporate clients from across Europe, Africa, Asia, USA and Australia.