Phase 2: Case Presentation
Course of events
The Case Presenter is asked to outline his/her case briefly within five to seven minutes. His/her report should include the important information that is necessary gain an understanding of the case. The Case Presenter does not need to prepare this report beforehand.
The task of the Moderator is to listen actively and to guide the Case Presenter by asking clear and focused questions.
The Consultants just listen attentively during this phase. At the end, they are allowed to ask two or three comprehensive questions. These questions should not include solutions.
Continue with Phase 3: Key Question
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