We value real-world case studies that simulate decision-making and
action-planning. The case method engages participants in diagnosing
real-life problems, evaluating opportunities, analyzing data,
recommending solutions, making decisions, creating action plans, and
discussing and presenting their thoughts with experienced colleagues.
Many professional schools, businesses and
organizations use case method teaching and participant-centered
learning to actively engage their employees or clients in the learning
and decision-making process. Learn more about
case method and participant-centered
Video: The Case Method
An overview of the value and process of the case study method, the
primary learning system at institutions like the Harvard Business
School and the Anderson Center.
We have a
resource library with more than 850 case studies, articles, videos, and
technical notes to stimulate case discussions and debates in our forums.