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Teaching organizational structure through the case method

Abstract: Teaching at university level has evolved in recent years towards teaching methodologies in which the student has an increasingly active role in their learning, being the protagonist together with the teaching staff. The use of techniques in which students put into practice and reflect on the theoretical contents has benefits both for the acquisition of knowledge and for the development of competences. In the field of business administration, business reality is a continuous source of information for putting this type of methodology into practice. Therefore, the objective of this paper is to achieve, through the case method, that the students of the subject " Organizational Structure and Behavior" of the degree in Business Administration and Management assimilate, understand and put into practice the concepts acquired in the theoretical classes, favoring autonomous learning, cooperative learning, dialogue and peer learning. Specifically, lectures have been replaced by a set of individual and group activities around a business case study designed by the teaching staff. The use of the case method has been adequate to achieve the objectives set at the beginning of the activity. Students have expressed a high satisfaction with the learning process, a higher perceived quality of learning, and increase of digital competences and an improvement of the evaluation processes. In addition, this methodology has increased their interest in the subject and its contents and has improved their autonomy in the learning process.

 Autoría: Raquel Gómez López; María Dolores Odriozola Zamanillo; Ignacio Llorente García; Elisa Baraibar Díez

 Fuente: JMBE Journal of Management and Business Education, 2022, 5(3), 297-318

 Editorial: Academia Europea de Direccion y Economia de la Empresa

 Fecha de publicación: 12/08/2022

 Nº de páginas: 22

 Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.35564/jmbe.2022.0018

 ISSN: 2605-1044

 Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.35564/jmbe.2022.0018