Class time to “debrief” the teams on the results of early decision rounds
Review: Footwear Industry Report
Review Comparative Competitive Efforts report to get familiar with the information provided and, hopefully, recognize its importance
Pay particular attention to the information in the Competitive Intelligence Reports and positioning on the strategic group map for each geographic region
Time to look at interesting outcomes and results, especially those in the Comparative Competitive Efforts report (showing the prices, performance/quality ratings, number of models, warranty periods, and so on of all the companies in each of the four geographic regions of the camera/drone marketplace) and the benchmarking data on pages 6-7 of the Footwear Industry Report.
Need to stress to students the merits of digesting and diagnosing the results of each decision round before rushing into making decision entries for the upcoming year.
Then, 10 minutes to go to Breakout Rooms to talk amongst your Small Groups for the BSG.
Framing of the problem in the chosen case to the participants
Identifying potential root causes and presenting it in an appropriate framework
Facilitation of the group's determination of the actual cause(s) of the problem using appropriate theories and models
Activities used to facilitate the class identifying potential solutions
Listening, capturing, communicating, and effectively selling the chosen solution back to the group
Leading the design of the implementation (execution) plan
Wrapping up the event (i.e. closing the loop)
Overall professional performance (e.g. coping with stress, operating as a team, etc.)
Case facilitation materials (e.g. EVENT PLAN, slide deck, worksheets, framework, additional research materials, etc.)
Any points we need to clarify before you go work in on your Case Facilitations? https://www.unthsc.edu/center-for-innovative-learning/muddiest-point/
Kahoot.it Clearest vs Muddiest Points Two open-ended questions
Time to go work in your Large Groups for the Case Facilitation