In August 2009 I attended Harvard Business School’s “Global Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning“. As a result I have incorporated several cases into my courses (email me if you want advice and/or recommendations) and written some of my own. I found the experience transformative, and despite having some challenges with implementing participant-centred learning, it’s now a big part of how I teach. For general comments on the case method see my posts at The Filter^, or the Case Analysis Coach. Further resources to find learn about the case method:
This is a great insight into what an effective case discussion looks like:
And this is a very useful look what is involved in making the case method effective:
Longer training programmes include:
But my advice to business school instructors is simple: apply to the GCPCL!