In these videos, Hanno Roberts and Espen Andersen, both experienced case teachers at the Norwegian School of Management and Fudan University, talk about how you as a student can get as much learning as possible out of a case-oriented class. The videos were initially created for students at the BI Norwegian School of Management MBA program, but can be used by all.
In the third video, we talk about how to prepare as a group, since both individually and group oriented case classes should include some group preparation. We underscore the need to plan the work up front, treating the group as a mini-organization, establishing rules and roles for the people involved and making sure that everyone contributes with what they do best - but also that everyone does everything, and everyone should be able to present and argue for the results. We also talk about group issues and how to deal with them.
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