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My teaching experience with Harvard cases In the Marketing Management course I taught for many years at the Simon School, I originally used printed cases, mostly purchased from the Harvard Business School, to augment the lecture material.
Because the marketing concepts were introduced and explained in my lectures, I did teach using the HBS “case method” as described above, but rather I employed cases to give students practice in applying the lecture concepts to real business problems.
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For more information about applying to Chicago Booth, please visit the Booth admissions website. We’ve recruited a team of best in class instructors who will help you recognize your individual learning style, discover holes in your foundation knowledge and set manageable yet ambitious goals.The students would be provided with a short video and a few suggested website addresses to get them started.Because students were very familiar with contemporary products such as the i Phone, they were highly motivated to spend time on the case.In this way, they further test students’ ability to analyze managerial problems and to present the results in a professional way to the clients, who are senior managers.These real-world projects are similar to labs in engineering school, giving students hands-on experience in applying the fundamentals they learned in the lecture courses.The first half of each class was an interactive lecture on marketing fundamentals, and the second half was given over to a case discussion.Rather than trying to force the students to analyze a case in just a few days, I gave them two weeks.Each week one team would make a formal presentation and everyone else would turn in a one-page memo summarizing his or her analysis and decisions, after which the class was open for discussion.At the end I would wrap up the discussion with the takeaways about marketing fundamentals in the case that were generalizable to other business situations.“As you watch a case study unfold in class, you'll see students doing 85 percent of the talking, as the professor steers the conversation by making occasional observations and asking questions.This classroom interaction is enriched by ninety classmates from diverse industries, functions, countries, and experiences.