Procedure of the Case Study Method
upon the problem of the organization.
- A series of questions usually appears at the end of the case study.
- The longer case studies provide enough of the information to be examined while the shorter ones require the trainee to explore and conduct research to gather appropriate amount of information.
- The trainee then makes certain judgment and opines about the case by identifying and giving possible solutions to the problem.
- In between trainees are given time to digest the information. If there is enough time left, they are also allowed to collect relevant information that supports their solution.
- Once the individuals reach the solution of a problem, they meet in small groups to discuss the options, solutions generated.
- Then, the trainee meets with the trainer, who further discusses the case.
- Building decision making skills
- Assessing and developing Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSAs)
- Developing communication and interpersonal skills
- Developing management skills
- Developing procedural and strategic knowledge
Last Updated: 07/05/2015