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Videos from the Stanford Graduate School of Business are now available from ecch

2 March 2010

Enhancing the Case Method

The Stanford Graduate School of Business offers a variety of video cases and supplements that enhance and extend the impact of teaching based on the case method. Technological advances have inspired considerable academic innovation in the past few decades and the traditional case method is no exception. By combining visual, graphic, and audio with text, video can provide a richer and often more dramatic portrayal of management situations and also foster deeper insights and a more energetic discussion. 

View further details on all Stanford Graduate School of Business videos

Highlighted series in the GSB case collection

The Paths to Power Series

The multiple videos in this series are part of The Paths to Power course developed by Organizational Behavior Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer. Power and influence processes are pervasive and important in organizations, so leaders need to be able to both understand power and act on that knowledge. These videos showcase the passion that drives case protagonists as they elaborate on issues developed in the written case.

The Social Entrepreneurship Series

Organizational Behavior Professor Jim Phills developed these four video cases to teach about social entrepreneurship. To steer change, social entrepreneurs must appreciate the significant barriers and unique opportunities presented by non-market forces. These video cases make real various mechanisms of change and theories of action and bring to life a host of challenges in initiating and sustaining meaningful change in social sectors.

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