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Harvard Business Review in Business Source Elite
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Harvard Business Publishing case studies
cover all areas of management, business planning, marketing, accounting, finance, organizational behavior, entrepreneurship and more. The case studies range from 10 to 30 pages in length and often include an author provided guide, called a “teaching note,” on how to teach the case in the classroom.
These case studies should not be confused with the short case studies published in the Harvard Business Review and available in full text via SU Libraries' database Business Source Elite.
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Students and faculty visiting the HBP site can freely search and browse topics to identify case studies of interest
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Business Source Elite
Used for database searching for articles about success and failure; case studies; company information, and interviews.
IGI Global Teaching Cases
Cases for teaching related to information technology implementation and management.
Company, country, industry and product -related reports, analysis, news and case studies .
Sage Business Cases
Case studies related to business integrated with SAGE’s journal, book, video, and reference content. To access the teaching notes (available only to instructors), please request the instructor code from Brenna Helmstutler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAGE Research Methods Cases
Teaching cases in which a variety of research methods are used in a number of social sciences subject areas. Cases are incorporated into SAGE Research Methods Online.
Social Networks by The present volume providesnbsp;a comprehensive resource for practitioners and researchers alike-both those new to the field as well as those who already have some experience. The work covers Social Network Analysis theory and methods with a focus on current applications and case studies applied in various domains such as mobile networks, security, machine learning and health.nbsp;With the increasing popularity of Web 2.0, social media has become a widely used communication platform. Parallel to this development,nbsp;Social Network Analysis gained in importance as a research field, while opening up many opportunities in different application domains. Forming a bridge between theory and applications makes this work appealing to both academics and practitioners as well as graduate students.
Publication Date: 2014-07-11
Technology Management in Organizational and Societal Contexts by Technological advancements are often regarded as positive, as they are usually expected to make life and business easier. While this can often be the case, it is not always true, and much of the improvement in the realm of technology comes from analysis of new technologies for effectiveness. Technology Management in Organizational and Societal Contexts is a critical scholarly publication that explores the relationship between businesses and institutions and technology and analyzes the outcomes in order to promote improvement. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics, such as e-services, multimedia in education, and issues of emerging technologies, this publication is geared towards academicians, researchers, and students seeking relevant and current research on the interactions between organizations and technology.
Publication Date: 2018-02-03
iSchool Librarian: Brenna