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Louise A. Mauffette-Leenders
Louise holds an MBA from HEC, The University of Montreal. She was a case writer and research associate at the Ivey Business School for eight years. She wrote cases in various areas of management, including the non-profit sector. In addition to the three text books on the case method, she co-authored A Stepping Stone: Recollections from Troubled Childhood (1999) and Women of Zaña (2001).
She has worked in social services and the non-profit sector since 1985, including The United Way of Greater London and Across Languages, an interpretation and translation agency for immigrants in need of assistance. As partner of Leenders and Associates Inc., she continues to teach educators from various countries on how to use the case method. She has received the same lifetime achievement from The Case Centre in England as her co-authors.
Since 2000, her volunteer work has focused on international development, primarily in Northern Peru, where she travels twice a year to support a school for disadvantaged children through a small family foundation called Petirojo. Locally, her community engagement includes: founder and past president of La Ribambelle, a non-profit French multi-service child care centre; board member of the Limberlost Chaplaincy, an ecumenical social outreach program for disadvantaged families; chair of the Metropolitan United Church Hospitality Meal Program since 1999; and loan officer for the Goodwill Industries Impact Loan Program since 2014.
DIGITAL BOOK. This 13 page guide is about the process of learning with cases.
DIGITAL BOOKS. This book set include the 3 best selling books on the Case Method (Writing Cases, Learning with Cases, Teaching with Cases), a discussion-based, student-centered learning methodology that enables participants to learn by doing and by teaching others.
DIGITAL BOOK. The fifth edition of this best seller set is a clear and practical guide on how to write good cases quickly. Case writing is identified as a three-phase process with major quality checks along the way. Writing Cases is only available as a two book set in combination with Learning with Cases.
DIGITAL BOOK. This book is written for those interested in participative learning. It is designed to make life easier for all new case teachers and to expand the horizons of those more seasoned. Coverage includes preparation for class using the Case Teaching Plan, classroom management, evaluation of student contributions to class discussions, case use variations and case use in a non-case environment. Teaching with Cases is only available as a two book set in combination with Learning with Cases.
LIBRO DIGITAL. Aprende con casos es una guía completa y práctica. Su enfoque claro y simple, paso a paso, va a mejorar la preparación individual, la discusión en grupo pequeño y el rendimiento en clase.
DIGITAL BOOK. Learning with Cases is a comprehensive and practical guide. Its clear and simple, step by step approach will enhance individual preparation, small group discussion and classroom performance. Faithfully repeating the three stage learning process will enable participants to become more successful professionals in their chosen career.
LIVRE NUMÉRIQUE. Apprendre cas par cas est un guide pratique et complet. Son approche par étape facilitera votre préparation aux cours et votre travail en petit groupe, ce qui contribuera à améliorer votre rendement en classe.