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

Stanford Graduate School of Business

by Srikant M. Datar, David A. Garvin and Carin-Isabel Knoop

Abstract

In fall 2007, Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) adopted a new curriculum that it heralded as a "revolutionary change in management education." The new approach aimed at increasing the level and quality of student academic engagement. This case describes the concept and described its implementation and early challenges.

Keywords: Experience and Expertise; Business Education; Higher Education; Globalization; Research and Development; Cognition and Thinking; Adaptation; Education Industry; California;

Citation:

Datar, Srikant M., David A. Garvin, and Carin-Isabel Knoop. "Stanford Graduate School of Business." Harvard Business School Case 308-010, February 2008. (Revised February 2008.)