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HARVARD BUSINESS CASE STUDY
In 2015, the world renowned Harvard Business School (HBS) chose Mitchell J. Joseph and development of the Chill-Can® for its prestigious Business Case Studies program. Following the release of the Business Case Study, Mr. Joseph was invited to speak at the Harvard Business School and take questions from MBA students whom used the case study as part of their graduate program.

As published on the HBS website, the program was pioneered by HBS faculty and is one of the highlights of the HBS experience. The case method is a profound educational innovation that presents the greatest challenges confronting leading companies, nonprofits, and government organizations—complete with the constraints and incomplete information found in real business issues—and places the student in the role of the decision maker. There are no simple solutions; yet through the dynamic process of exchanging perspectives, countering and defending points, and building on each other’s ideas, students become adept at analyzing issues, exercising judgment, and making difficult decisions—the hallmarks of skillful leadership.

When students are presented with a case, they place themselves in the role of the decision maker as they read through the situation and identify the problem they are faced with. The next step is to perform the necessary analysis—examining the causes and considering alternative courses of actions to come to a set of recommendations.

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