A Resource for Teachers
The ANZSOG Case Library has been designed as a resource for teachers using the interactive approach known as the case method. It offers its members a regularly updated collection of case studies set in the public sector of the ANZSOG region of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. Teaching notes and a growing bank of resources to support interactive teaching are also easily found using the Find a Case function at the top right of this page.
The power of case teaching comes from the fact that it gives practical shape and illustration to concepts. It focuses on people as decision-makers so class participants can 'stand in the shoes' of the manager whose circumstances or dilemma are described in the case.
The ANZSOG Case Program was set up in 2004 to remedy the lack of case studies set in and relevant to the ANZSOG region. The Case Library has rapidly established an international reputation, and is now the third-largest repository of public sector case studies in the world. Download a Case Program Brochure.
Contact the Case Program with questions, comments, feedback about teaching use, and new case suggestions.
.About the ANZSOG Case Program
From emergency to urgency: the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (A) 2016-189.1MORE
Fast forward to a sustainable future for the Canterbury Health System (A) 2016-164.1MORE
Questions without answers: communicating the Hazelwood mine fire (A) 2016-169.1MORE
North Queensland's Severe Tropical Cyclone Larry response and recovery (A) 2008-67.1MORE
Revealing the 'Real Julia': authenticity and gender in Australian political leadership (A) 2016-185.1MORE
Disaster at Pike River (A) 2014-158.1MORE