A Hands-on Guide to Teaching Success
Chapter 9: Teaching strategy by not teaching strategy
I have discovered that I do my best teaching when I am not teaching. When we teach less, our students end up learning more. In the final analysis, it is all about going back to basics in how we learned when we were kids. This chapter outlines my strategies for better preparing, cultivating, and nurturing the next generation of thought-leaders in the teaching of strategic management. In this process of continuous renewal I also present a pedagogical innovation I invented some 10 years ago that has enriched and enabled students to learn beyond the domain of strategy, strategizing, and strategic management. What then started off as a simple fun teaching tool is now being used by senior executives to help them better deal with their unsolved problems, issues and challenges.
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