Case Teaching and Writing Workshops are integrated and hands-on, focused on steering participants through a detailed case teaching and writing process, which includes; defining key skills associated with case writing and teaching, analysing the reasons for different types of cases, planning for a case & collecting information, assessing barriers and the actual case writing process, writing the teaching note and publishing options and how to publish a case.
The Case Teaching aspect of the course is designed for faculty from Business Schools in Africa who are committed to incorporating the use of case studies into their curriculum. This approach enables students to develop judgment and problem solving skills by wrestling with management decision-making through the use of a variety of different types of cases. Case teaching is a fundamental approach used by many of the Africa’s leading business schools.
The Case Writing aspect is designed to expose and enable aspiring case writers to bring to life real situations in the classroom to by creating powerful case studies. The course is hands-on, focusing on steering participants through a detailed case writing process, which includes:
During the workshops delegates are expected to work on producing a short fictional case study ready for use when they return to their business schools. Some work on the two evenings is required to meet this objective.
27 - 29 July 2016
University of Ghana Business School
The workshop fee includes all workshop materials, workshop lunches and transport from AABS assigned Hotel and UGBS.
All Airfare, visas, transfers outside the workshop, breakfast, lunch, dinner outside of workshop, travel and personal items insurance as well as other sundry expenses are for the delegate's own account.
AABS Member Fee
USD 480 per delegate payable by 26 June 2016
AABS Non-Member Fee
USD 580 per delegate payable by 25 June 2016
Travel and Accommodation: Online registrations close on 25 June 2016.
The recommended hotel is Fiesta Royal Hotel located at George Walker Bush Highway, North Dzorwulu, Accra.
We have secured a preferential rate for AABS CTWW delegates at USD 230 per night with breakfast for a standard single room inclusive of all taxes.
For all hotel bookings and queries please contact Naa Kai.
+27 11 771 4382
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