Richard’s top 10 case writing tips – #8

An aspiring case writer or seeking fresh inspiration ahead of your next attempt? Join Richard McCracken for this week’s two tips on writing a teaching case, as part of his top 10 tips series.

Richard talks critical feedback in his eighth tip.

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Test your colleague’s friendship.

Ask the colleague to observe you teaching the case and give critical feedback.

Better still; ask them to test drive the case by teaching it while you observe.

Redraft.

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Richard’s top 10 case writing tips – #7

An aspiring case writer or seeking fresh inspiration ahead of your next attempt? Join Richard McCracken for this week’s two tips on writing a teaching case, as part of his top 10 tips series.

In his seventh tip, Richard stresses the importance of teaching your case in the classroom.

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Value in the classroom is the only true value.

Cases come alive in the classroom. Breathe into your case by teaching it in the classroom.

Ask your students what they think.

Reflect on the experience.

Redraft.

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