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Case Learning

What is it

The case method of learning was pioneered by the faculty at the Harvard Business School. To make the most of the case-based learning approach, participants must read and reflect on the case literature prior to the programme.

There are no simple solutions. However, through interaction, exchanging perspectives and guidance from the facilitator, participants place themselves in the role of the decision maker and learn to analyse issues, exercise judgment and challenge assumptions.

How it Works

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B-School Case Studies

The case based learning approach is suitable for individual contributors and managers alike. The cases are categorized by topics typically found in B-School MBA programmes. Select the featured cases aligned to your desired learning outcomes or
contact us to design a customised curriculum.

To make the case based learning more interactive, facilitators include polls and quizzes to improve the learning experience. Participants use their smartphones to connect and respond to the presentation - after which aggregated results are visible in real-time to everyone.


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Featured Case

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Henkel: Building a Winning Culture

Main Category : Strategy Execution, Culture

Sub Category : Strategy Execution, Culture

B-School : Harvard Business School
Learning Outcomes
1. How to overturn a pervasive attitude of complacency and create a "winning culture."
2. Send a clear signal to employees and external stakeholders that excuses were no longer acceptable
3. Introduce a new set of five company values-replacing that emphasized a focus on customers
4. Institute a new, simplified performance management system, which rated managers' performance and advancement potential on a four-point scale.
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