Chances Are? Course Selection at HBS and at Kellogg Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The case illustrate two substitute elective course assignment measures: Harvard Business School's lottery-located Kellogg Graduate School of Management's bidding and system -based system. The case has been designed to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each system and their desirability (or lack thereof) depending on the context (the broader business system) within which they are implemented.

The case also illustrate the draft used by the NBA to assign new players to teams. This allows for a discussion of whether a similar system may be preferable to lottery - based or bidding - established procedures to assign students to courses in business schools.

PUBLICATION DATE: September 16, 2010 PRODUCT #: 711417-PDF-ENG

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