Most top B-schools today, including INSEAD, Kellogg, Wharton, are focusing on hands-on digital learning and innovation. Even companies today emphasize the use of experiential learning in the corporate training setup.
Harvard Business School (HBS) invented the Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) in 1921. We are now 10 years away from celebrating 100 years of the MBA degree. After having pioneered various pedagogical methods such as case-based learning, HBS recently announced “bold, brave things” that will set the course for the entire field of management education for the next 100 years. From pure lecture based learning to projects to capstone to case studies, we are now seeing an evolution towards hands-on learning methods(digital) such as simulations, multimedia case studies and experiential learning tools.
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