About Case Studies
AME is committed to helping members of the manufacturing profession share, learn and grow. To facilitate meaningful sharing, AME offers online case studies so that you can learn from others in the manufacturing community or even share your own successes!
Who Can View Case Studies?
When you post your case study, you can choose to restrict your case study so that it is only visible to AME members. To do so, simply check the box during submission that says “show only to members.” If you do not restrict your case study to members, it will be available to the public for 30 days, after which it will be archived for AME members only.
What to Include in Your Case Study
Think of a case study as an example you might present at a conference or share at a regional workshop. If you’ve implemented a new process or a launched a new initiative, your case study might include the steps you took and the obstacles you overcame during the process. The AME community loves metrics, so whenever you can quantify your results please do!
How to Share a Case Study
To post a case study simply give your case study a title and then describe your case study in the discussion box. You can also link to a case study that is posted online or upload supporting documents.
To help others find your case study, choose one or more appropriate topics. You will see them listed on the online form you’ll use to post your case study. When you’re finished, select “post this case study.”
Responding to a Case Study
To respond to a case study, scroll to the end and type your reply into the box below “post a reply” then click the button that says “save.”
Inappropriate or Off-topic Discussions
If you see a case study that is inappropriate or off topic, click on the inappropriate flag to notify the site moderator.