Professors must think of themselves as experiential movie directors for a production of Global Business in the Networked Economy, orchestrating and coaching a multinational cast of actors through experiments – and stepping off of the stage for a broader purview.
The classroom should be more akin to one big reality game that simulates a market or industry. It could imitate the lifecycle of a real firm with different stages running for an entire one- or two-year MBA program.
Script and direct large-scale complex simulations.
Business School Professors Should Be Like Movie Directors
Olaf Groth,Mark Esposito,Terence Tse
Harvard Business Review
MAY , 2014