Traditional business school courses feature either a full time faculty member or a part time adjunct faculty member preparing and presenting a series of lectures over the course of the semester or quarter. Increasingly it is common for one or more guest speakers to present a specific topic to the class. The approach we have taken at the real estate department at DePaul University is to severely limit the number of courses in which an adjunct faculty member teaches a full course, but to increase the occasions in which senior professionals participate in the courses as team teachers over several weeks or as part of a series of speakers for parts of evenings. This presentation will lay out several versions of the approach and discuss the benefits and problems that have been revealed by implementing it.