Using the Case Method, participants perfect their managerial skills by exercising the detection, analysis, and diagnosis of real business problems.

This Program helps them develop their abilities to make accurate decisions, exercise flexibility and open-mindedness, and build the strength of character required for every managerial action.

The Case Method uses academic materials (cases) based on real organizational challenges are analyzed from different perspectives. This process is divided into three stages: personal study, teamwork, and a plenary session led by an expert professor.

IPADE also supplements this methodology with other teaching techniques, including conferences, films, simulations, planning workshops, negotiation exercises, and discussion panels with protagonists from the cases.

1. Personal Study

Personal experience with the situation outlined in the case to assess the issues and create an action plan.

2. Team Work

This is an opportunity to combine personal analysis with the analysis of other participants in the role of Board of Directors.

3. Plenary Session

Analysis and synthesis of the case at hand with the input of the full class, under the guidance of a professor that is an expert in the subject.