Case method articles

There are many articles available through case search that explore the pedagogy of the case method. Written by experienced case authors and teachers these valuable resources are designed to provide guidance and support to colleagues and students. Many of the articles include tips and tricks developed through years of case teaching and writing experience in a wide variety of organisations worldwide.
 
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Case method

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An Introduction to Cases
Benson P Shapiro
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-584-097
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Case Method
James G Clawson
Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia
Ref UVA-PHA-0032
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E Raymond Corey
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-581-058
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Learning by the Case Method in Marketing
Thomas V Bonoma
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-590-008
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The Case Method of Teaching
AV Vedpuriswar
IBS Knowledge Center
Ref 303-169-6
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Why I Use the Case Method to Teach Accounting
William J Bruns Jr
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-193-177

Case teaching

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An Introduction to Case Teaching
Kenneth E Roberts
Ref 397-029-6
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Choreographing a Case Class
V Kasturi Rangan
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-595-074
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Hints for Case Teaching
Benson P Shapiro
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-585-012
Paper icon How to Teach a Case
John Boehrer
John F Kennedy School of Government
Ref HKS1285.0
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Teaching Ethics by the Case Method
Kenneth I Winston
John F Kennedy School of Government
Ref HKS1304.0
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Thoughts on Case Teaching
Roger W Schmenner
IMD
Ref IMD-3-1052
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What Makes a Good Case?
Derek Abell
IMD
Ref IMD-3-0731

Case writing

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Case Writing
James G Clawson
Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia
Ref UVA-PHA-0033
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Case Writing
William Rotch
Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia
Ref UVA-G-0364
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Developing Cases
AV Vedpuriswar
IBS Knowledge Center
Ref 303-168-6
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Developing a Teaching Case
Michael J Roberts
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-901-055
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Hints for Case Writing
Benson P Shapiro
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-587-052
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On Writing Cases Well
Gary Yemen
Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia
Ref UVA-PHA-0058
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Teaching Notes: Communicating the Teacher's Wisdom
James E. Austin
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-793-105
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Teaching Notes
Larry Weatherford
Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia
Ref UVA-PHA-0034
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The Case for the Field-researched Case Study
Kenneth E Roberts
ECCHO
Ref ECCHO34A
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Twenty-five Questions to Ask as You Begin to Develop a New Case Study
Mary C Gentile
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-391-042
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What Makes a Good Case?
Derek Abell
IMD
Ref IMD-3-0731
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Writing Cases and Teaching Notes
E Raymond Corey
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-399-077
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Writing Cases: Tips and Pointers
Jane Linder
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-391-026

Learning with cases

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A Note on Case Learning
E Raymond Corey
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-899-105
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How to Avoid Getting Lost in the Numbers
David A Maister
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-682-010
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Learning by the Case Method
John S Hammond
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-376-241
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Note on Case Analysis
John Haywood-Farmer
Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario
Ref 9A81L002
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Note to the Student: How to Study and Discuss Cases
Robert F Bruner
Darden Business Publishing, University of Virginia
Ref UVA-G-0561
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The Use of Cases in Management Education
E Raymond Corey
Harvard Business School
Ref 9-376-240
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