A Quiz or the Hat Trick?

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It's a choice Susan Taft gives her MBA students. The class can choose to take a written quiz at the beginning of every class session (they meet once a week) or they can participate in an oral activity she's dubbed the hat trick. Here's how the hat trick works. Each student's name is put on a card and placed in a hat that Taft brings to the class sessions. During the first hour of this three-hour…

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