The Miracle of Case Method Parenting with Anne Jones


Date and Time
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
12:00pm— 1:00pm
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Catherine Kennedy Robert Mandel Alex Swick Connie DeBoever Ramesh Gupta Steven Siegel Cynthia Greene Beth Goulet Louise Borke Chris Gaebler Stephanie Schwartz Roger Hamilton Sheri Kahn Bill Kriebel Julie Price Jeanne Blauner Sergey Lypko Nilesh Bhandari Madeline Pearlmutter Jock Payten Phil Kim Alexander Lowry Grace Tkach Navin Valrani Jennifer Mendonca
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Join the Wharton Club of Boston and Anne Jones for The Miracle of Case Method Parenting.

Anne Jones (HBS ’97) has written an exciting book about how to use the case study method she learned at HBS to effectively teach children independent thinking, wise judgment, and grit. This method can be used with kids of any age, starting as young as age two and extending all the way through the teenage years and beyond.

Involving simple, one-minute stories, the case study method is something anyone can do, anywhere, and at any time—and the "miracle" refers to the outcome we see in kids' behavior! Adding this method to your toolbox can be a game changer, especially during the formative years of childhood. You can help kids become independent decision makers, own their decisions, and enabling them to self-correct, lessening the need for direction and correction from caregivers.

About our speaker

Native of Finland, Anne Ylipahkala Jones graduated summa cum laude in Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech while on a full track scholarship. She is also a Harvard Business School grad. Before “retiring” from over ten years in the corporate world, Anne held progressively senior positions in strategy, finance, and performance improvement with NYSE companies. Once she met Mark, her husband, Anne focused on revitalizing the family surgery business and being a wife and a mom. Anne, Mark, and Jupiter, their youngest son, reside in Atlanta, Georgia.
Amazon book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1074001826


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