Divergent Viewpoints: The Professor and the Student

By William F Meehan III, Charles G Prober, Sheila Melvin, Bernadette Clavier
2020 | Case No. ETH25 | Length 4 pgs.
This roleplay is designed to help students learn how to express divergent viewpoints. First year MBA student Zoe Greene is unhappy about a recent in-class discussion and dissatisfied with certain assumptions about capitalism that seem to be woven into the class. Zoe is determined to share her concerns with her teacher, Professor Vanderburg, who sees things very differently.

Learning Objective

To understand the challenge of expressing a divergent viewpoint.
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