Harvard Case Study
Simply put, the case method is a discussion of real-life situations that business executives have faced. On average, students will attend three to four different classes a day, for a total of about six hours of class time (schedules vary). To prepare, they work through problems with the peers.
Students are tackling and solving real-world problems. There are no teaching notes and no solutions. Students are tasked with coming up with the solution on their own.