Harvard offers cases from around the globe, with a real-life perspective to their business courses. It follows the case study model in its pedagogical methods. The “Case Method,” which Harvard Business School follows, is the pedagogical system of choice at one of the world’s most elite business schools that asks students to put themselves in the role of the C-suite.
H.B.S. asserts that this method produces people who can make decisions. Before graduating, Harvard Business School (HBS) students complete 500 of these case study exercises, used for training future leaders. This method differs from discussing skills and theory in the abstract. Case studies from Harvard have come to be synonymous with business education itself.
This organisation, whom we focus our SLX story on, has been a Harvard case study because of it’s resource optimisation and ability to scale up. It has also been a featured in the Stanford Innovation Review for its funding scheme and technical ingenuity.
One would imagine that the social and the business sectors would seldom come to a meeting point but this story is something else, altogether.
How is ONE single organisation able to address all of these
Sustainable Development Goals set out by the United Nations as well as become a case study for Harvard Business School?
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