With Special Focus on Teaching & Developing Cases in Data Analytics and Diversity
Dr. Anuja Pandey, Case Workshop Director
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Shini James, Programme Manager
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Event date: 25th to 27th August 2022
The Case method teaching aims at creating this real-life situation in classroom and force student to analyze, plan and take actions. By applying the case method to business education, we break the boundaries of passive learning to encourage students to become active participants in their own progress. The information in the case stimulates educated conversation, concerning possible outcomes. Every case has a central discussion point, dilemma and angle. With each case, students empathize with a decision maker (“The protagonist”), analyze varied and frequently ambiguous data and assume responsibility for an action plan that effectively resolves the case’s business challenge.
Teaching through cases, have proved to be the most effective lifelong learning methodology. But finding a relevant, involving, thought provoking case is not easy. Also teaching a multidimensional, multidisciplinary case had its own challenges. The best solution can be developing your own cases. But finding an interesting and relevant topic, the pertinent information, setting the context and raising issues which stimulate discussion and above all writing a coherent focused and challenging case is not easy. To resolve some of these issues AIMA is organizing this workshop focused on DEVELOPING, WRITING and TEACHING through cases.
Last Date for Registration: 20th August, 2022
Data Analytics and Diversity are two of the most discussed issues for management in companies.
The amount of data available to us is Overwhelming and Unprecedented. Obtaining, transforming and gaining valuable insights from this data is fast becoming the most valuable asset for most companies.
Case study in which the business user leverages data and the analytics system to derive insights to answer tangible business questions for decision making is the need of the day.
In one of the research projects by McKinsey on “Why diversity matters,” companies in the top quartile for gender or ethnic diversity are more likely to perform better financially. Case studies focusing on diversity are in demand in most of the renowned B-school across the world.
Faculty members, doctoral students, research scholars, and industry practitioners or corporate trainers
Using cases in the classroom is one of the most effective and enjoyable teaching methods for participants and the instructors. In this workshop the participants will typically be asked to undertake some preparation before the workshop. Learning will take place in group discussions, individual case presentations, and plenary discussions. AIMA limits the numbers of participants on each workshop to ensure that participants have an opportunity to explore individual concerns.
The ability to generate your own cases to use in the classroom can greatly enhance your impact and enjoyment as a teacher. This present workshop will also provide the opportunity for participants to understand the concept of cases development from teaching perspective. We believe during this workshop participants shall write field cases based on information provided and develop preliminary teaching notes for the case.
This is an interactive workshop which will guide participants through the fundamentals of the case method teaching and case writing. This workshop aims to develop confidence and help teachers plan and select the best materials, approaches for their students or colleagues. Through a combination of theory, discussion and practical exercises, the workshop will provide insight into the dynamics of the case method, suggest tools and techniques for managing the process in the classroom, and consider the needs of groups of students.
Deadline for payment of Registration fees: 20th August 2022.
Fees are non-refundable unless the workshop is cancelled due to unavoidable situations. However, participation by a substitute is allowed
Link for registration to the workshop will be provided to the participants through email on their selection.
BFin(AMPB) Deputy Programme Director, BFin(AMPB) Admissions Tutor & Principal LecturerMr David S Lee, BFin(AMPB) Deputy Programme Director, BFin(AMPB) Admissions Tutor & Principal Lecturer
Assistant Director, Asia Case Research Centre, Lecturer, Management and Strategy, HKU Business School
Research Centres & Institutes – Asia Case Research Centre, HKU Business School
Distinguished Professor and Head of the Area of Excellence in AI, Data Science and Business NEOMA, Business School, Paris
Associate Professor, Associate Director, Asia Case Research Centre
Professor, Case Writing and Teaching Expert ,IMT Dubai, Editorial Board Member, AIMA-India Case Research Centre
Professor, Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management, Dean – Research, MDI
Evelyn & Jay G. Piccinati Endowed Chair Professor of Strategic Management University of Denver - Daniels College of Business , United States
Chairman, AIMA-India Case Research Centre, Former Vice Chancellor, SVKM’s NMIMS University, Mumbai
Director, AIMA - CME
Head , AIMA - India Case Research Centre Professor of Marketing AIMA