Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education
Many business schools today are emphasizing experiential education, particularly in undergraduate instruction, where students often have had limited exposure to business settings. While a business problem can be presented in the form of a written case study, real world projects for external clients are increasingly being incorporated into the classroom. However finding suitable clients and projects for multiple student teams each semester can be difficult.
‘This is a peer reviewed version of the following article:
Arling, P., Deeter, C. and Eggers, H. (2010). "A Systems Analysis Experiential Case Study: Repeatable Real World Problem Solving,” Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 8(2). pp. 417-422.,
Arling, Priscilla; Deeter, C.; and Eggers, H., "A Systems Analysis Experiential Case Study: Repeatable Real World Problem Solving" (2010). Scholarship and Professional Work - Business. 47.