MBA students speaking in a group at a business analytics case competition
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
John Simons

Business schools are moving away from the case-study method—the long-held standard of business education—and asking students to resolve actual corporate dilemmas in real time. Nowhere is that shift more evident than at University of Iowa's Tippie College of Business, where Dean Sarah Fisher Gardial has spent the last few years urging faculty to drop the traditional method of case studies in favor of "live" cases -- business challenges presented by corporate partners, nonprofits and alumni. Read more in this Wall Street Journal article.