Case | HBS Case Collection | February 2008 (Revised February 2008)

Yale School of Management

by Srikant M. Datar, David A. Garvin and James Weber

Abstract

In the fall of 2006, the Yale School of Management launched a new core curriculum in its MBA program. The new curriculum eliminated traditional discipline-based courses such as finance and marketing and replaced them with courses that sought to integrate teaching and learning across functions and from the perspective of the constituents with whom leaders typically interacted, such as customers, competitors, and investors. This case examines the implementation of the new curriculum and how it transformed business education at the Yale School of Management.

Keywords: Transformation; Business Education; Curriculum and Courses; Learning; Teaching; Integration;

Citation:

Datar, Srikant M., David A. Garvin, and James Weber. "Yale School of Management." Harvard Business School Case 308-011, February 2008. (Revised February 2008.)