Harvard Moves Towards Experiential Learning

Harvard Moves Towards Experiential Learning

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A very interesting development indeed and one that confirms our thinking on management education. Harvard says it wants to pursue things that will set the course for the next 100 years of management learning. Earlier, Harvard did this using the case methodology, a very popular approach to management learning even today. It is taking a bold stance now by de-emphasizing the importance of case studies.

Prof. Dipak Jain, the incoming dean of INSEAD, also talks about the need to include experiential learning in the MBA curriculum.

The next few years will see a lot of interactive cases, immersive simulations that are used both inside and outside the classroom. KNOLSKAPE is ready to usher in innovative products. Are you ready for the change?

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