The Case Hub aims to bring together academic and practical knowledge about the case method and promote the case method in the Arab MENA region. This enables action-oriented learning in all areas of management education. The Case Hub aims to build capacity for case writing and create a community of case writers.
It aims to become the reference platform that allows case method enthusiasts to meet and network with leading case method experts. The conference targets case writers, academicians, instructors, program managers, executive education administrators, business leaders, and executives active in the Arab MENA region or in Cyprus or interested in the region and its potential.
The Case Hub – Case Conference 2024
The upcoming “Second Case Conference”, a collaborative effort between The Case Hub and its partner Ivey Publishing, is set to take place on February 2-3, 2024, at the American University of Beirut – Mediterraneo campus, Pafos, Cyprus, a twin campus of the American University of Beirut, Lebanon.
“The Second Case Conference” offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to network and engage with case writers and educators in the region. A rich program includes a keynote speech, professional development workshops, panels, presentation sessions, and case development sessions led by seasoned case writers, educators, and our partner, Ivey Publishing.
During case development sessions, participants will present their new case ideas and obtain detailed developmental feedback from experienced case mentors. The aim behind these mentor-participant case development sessions is to help participants move their cases forward to publication in The Case Hub, case publishers and distributors, or refereed journals.
Ivey Publishing is a leader in global business case studies, featuring an extensive collection of over 7,000 products available in 11 languages. Ivey Publishing is a great supporter of the case method and works closely with case authors/ writers and case adopters to help them develop quality and current cases that meet the rigorous demands of business and management education.
Who should attend:
Case writers, academicians, instructors, programme managers, executive education administrators, and business leaders who are active in the Arab MENA region or interested in the Arab MENA and its potential, or active in Cyprus or interested in Cyprus and its potential or interested in the case method and its potential for teaching, training, assessment, showcase, or other purposes or interested in networking with case study enthusiasts and leading case method experts.
Attendees can look forward to an engaging program featuring keynote addresses, workshops, panel discussions, and case development sessions. These sessions offer a valuable opportunity to receive feedback from experienced mentors and Ivey Publishing experts.
Submission and Recognition:
Submitted cases should focus on real-world decisions in the Arab MENA region. Winning cases may be considered for publication in the esteemed Ivey-OSB Collection. The conference aims to recognise contributions to case development and the case method in the Arab MENA region.
Important Dates and Registration:
- Submissions close on 25 November 2023
- Registration starts on 20 December 2023
- Registration ends on January 15, 2024
- The conference takes place on February 2-3, 2024 at AUB Mediterraneo, Pafos, Cyprus.
The conference will be held at the American University of Beirut – Mediterraneo campus in Pafos, Cyprus, a twin campus of the American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon. The venue is a prime location as it represents a bridge between the Arab-MENA region and Europe.
Submit a case proposal, and join us at the conference! This conference provides a valuable opportunity to network and contribute to the advancement of the case method in the region. We look forward to your participation!
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