Posts Tagged ‘case method’

Match Your Personality With B-School Teaching Style

By - Jul 5, 05:37 AM   Comments [0]

Many MBA applicants make the same wrong assumption: No matter which top business school you attend, its teaching style will be more or less the same. While there are similarities across the top-tier programs, each school has a different teaching style. There's the case method approach;...

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The Case Method: Alive and Thriving or On its Way Out?

By - Oct 15, 13:13 PM   Comments [0]

The case method approach has come under increased scrutiny of late. Established by Harvard Business School more than a century ago, it is still widely used at top MBA programs worldwide.  Harvard relies on the case method for approximately 80 percent of its instruction, and...

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MBA News Round Up

By - Feb 20, 12:15 PM   Comments [0]

The Job Market: Forbes' "It’s A Good Time to Go To A B-Level B-School" reports that in today’s economy, job opportunities may be fewer and farther between for Wharton and Harvard graduates than for graduates of second tier MBA programs. Deanne Fuehne, director of the career...

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