Meet Our 2015 Fellows
I want my students to remember me as an engaged and engaging teacher who thrives in an interactive and somewhat unpredictable class environment.
I want to help my university establish a Caribbean Casewriters Association focused on cases set in the Caribbean, to demonstrate in a rich way concepts that are directly relevant to our own context.
It is an honor to receive a fellowship in the name of an individual who contributed so much to case writing and to business education more broadly.
I hope to learn how to develop decision-focused cases about sustainability-related culture change, drawing on the rich, varied, and relevant data from my dissertation research.
I value the opportunity to meet with other case writers in the research community, to help me write cases about business ventures in underdeveloped tribal communities on the Indian subcontinent.
Case research can help lay down a solid foundation for studies that help build sustainable bridges between management theory and practice on social entrepreneurship.