Duration: 2.5 hours
Unlike other forms of stories and narrations, a case study should not include analysis or conclusions, but only the facts of a story arranged in a chronological sequence. The purpose of these workshops is to place participants in the role of decision-makers, asking them to distinguish pertinent from peripheral facts, identify central alternatives among several issues competing for attention and formulate strategies and maybe even policy recommendations.
The 2.5-hour workshop provides an opportunity to sharpen problem-solving skills and to improve the ability to think and reason rigorously. It employs active learning, involves self-discovery and uses questioning skills, discussion and debates.