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Includes curated SAGE Originals case series such as Social Impact, Sustainability, Music Marketing, Ancient Leadership and additional cases on public policy, tech, accounting, health management and more.
"The teaching business case studies available on LearningEdge, which fall under the headings of entrepreneurship, leadership/ethics, operations management, strategy, sustainability, and system dynamics, are narratives that facilitate class discussion about a particular business or management issue. Teaching cases are meant to spur debate among students rather than promote a particular point of view or steer students in a specific direction."
"Additional content includes quality indexing and abstracts for more than 900 publications dating back to 1982, as well as over 600,000 corporate names with cross references to specific industries and countries. Subject coverage includes accounting, acquisitions & mergers, advertising, banking, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, communications, economics, entertainment industry, finance, financial services, government regulations, industrial relations, insurance, international business, investments, marketing, retail trade, small business and much more."
Limit the Document Type to "Case Study" NOTE: Do not include Harvard Business Review case studies or articles as assigned course material -- "Academic licensees may not use this content in electronic reserves, electronic course packs, persistent linking from syllabi or by any other means of incorporating the content into course resources."
"During the period 1987-94 Arthur Andersen funded a $5 million joint project with 525 universities to raise awareness of ethical issues in business. This collection of 90 case studies is one product of that effort."
"The Catalogue offers a wide range of teaching tools – in addition to traditional cases – rooted in the same learning principles as the case method. In particular, the Catalogue includes critical incidents, role-plays, simulations, industry notes, multimedia cases, and complex exercises."
Requires free registration for access
"The Sustainable Business Case Book can be used as a stand-alone text or as a supplemental textbook for undergraduate courses that have an interest in sustainable business. While the book's primary focus is on the relationship between business and sustainability, the book can also be used in courses offered in fields other than business, including environmental and earth systems sciences, environmental studies, urban planning, economics and public policy."
"The scopes of the journal include corporate governance, human resource management, financial management, marketing management, strategic management, production management, operations management, entrepreneurship, e-business, service management and information technology management, etc."
"The Journal of Business Cases and Applications is dedicated to publishing quality applied business cases and classroom applications/exercises designed to assist business academics in the classroom. The goal is to share cases and exercises developed for classroom use in any area of business education."
The site also provides access to retired journals, including:
- Journal of Case Research in Business & Economics (2009-2014)
- Journal of Case Studies in Accreditation & Assessment (2010-2015)
- Journal of Case Studies in Education (2011-2015)
- Journal of Legal Issues & Cases in Business (2012-2015)
"The Journal of Case Studies (formerly Annual Advances in Business Cases) publishes both decision-based and descriptive cases. Decision-based cases place students in the role of a decision-maker and ask them to make recommendations to effectively handle or deal with the situation described. Descriptive cases provide a description of a real situation and then challenge students to analyze, assess, and evaluate the situation."
The site also provides access to:
- Business Case Journal
- Journal of Critical Incidents
select Section: Business
NOTE: Access to the full text of the cases requires a subscription, but once you have identified a case you can use the UCF Libraries subscription to U.S. Major Dailies to search for the full text.
Full text of five major daily newspapers:
- Christian Science Monitor (1980+)
- Los Angeles Times (1985+)
- New York Times (1980+)
- - New York Times Book Review (indexing 1986+; full text 1997+)
- - New York Times Magazine (indexing 1986+; full text 1997+)
- Wall Street Journal (1984+)
- Washington Post (1987+)