Why not submit a collection?
Does your organisation have a case collection you’d like to make available to a worldwide audience? Maybe your faculty have written some great cases that could be used to create a brand new collection?
If so, you’re halfway there already! The next step is straightforward too – simply submit your collection to The Case Centre using our fast and easy process, then leave the rest to us!
What are the benefits?
We’re here to make sure you get the most out of your case collection:
- We’ll publicise your collection on our website and send you product links for easy sharing.
- We’ll promote your collection via social media and other regular publicity.
- Your cases will reach a global audience.
- You’ll raise your organisation’s international profile.
- You’ll be invited to our annual collection managers day at The Case Centre – a great networking opportunity.
- You’ll receive regular sales reports and generous royalties.
We’re happy to answer your queries and guide you through the process. However, there are a few things you might like to consider first, including:
- Will your organisation have an editing or peer review process before cases are included in your collection?
- Will you have a standard format and style for cases? A consistent template can help to give your cases a distinctive brand.
- Who will manage your case collection and be responsible for submitting cases to us? We need a central point of contact.
What qualifies as a collection?
There are no strict rules, but you do need at least ten cases by authors at your organisation. We can check if your colleagues have already submitted individual cases that could become part of your collection. You must also be committed to producing new cases on a regular basis and your school must be a member of The Case Centre.
Support for case writers
Please contact our Publishing and Rights Manager, Fran Baylis, if you have any questions or would like to submit a collection.
Come on a workshop
Sharpen your case writing and teaching skills at an expert-led workshop run by The Case Centre, a globally respected authority on the case method.
Our not-for-profit status means your training will be reasonably priced and great value for money. We also run customised workshops at most locations worldwide.