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Educators sharpen skills at Case Center Japan - Harvard Business Publishing workshop

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Over 40 academics and program directors from 13 different educational institutions joined the “Art and Science of the Case Method” workshop, jointly held by Case Center Japan (CCJ) and Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) and hosted by NUCB Business School faculty members Prof. Ricardo Lim, Prof. M. Mohsin Hakeem, and Prof. Frendy.

Led by Prof. Lim, the main session put educators into the students’ role, as they participated in a demonstration of how an instructor can effectively manage the case discussion by developing opposing viewpoints.
The panel discussion led by Prof. Hakeem and Prof. Frendy gave all of the participants a chance to analyze the learning outcomes from the main session and offer their viewpoints on how to lead participant-centered sessions, when it is appropriate and most effective, and how to compensate for unpredictable factors.

Among the enthusiastic participants were faculty members from Tongji University, ESADE Business School, Qatar University, and other schools in Europe and Asia. All those who joined had valuable insights on the learning process and contributed to collaborative and fruitful analysis of both the case discussion session and the material around which it revolved.

About Case Center Japan (CCJ):
All courses on the Global BBA program are delivered in the case method format, and our school took over operation of CCJ in 2019 to further promote case method learning in Japan and develop its practice by delivering collaborative workshops for educators.

About Harvard Business School Publishing (HBP):

The Harvard Business School Publishing (HBP) recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of its first business case, “General Shoe Company.” Now 15 million cases are sold every year, and leading business schools such as HBS, Ivey, Darden, and NUCB, and more have Case Collections.