About Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford GSB is a place where anything and everything is possible. It’s where the boundaries of knowledge are pushed beyond what’s imaginable. Where diverse ideas and perspectives aren’t just accepted, they’re encouraged and embraced.
And in this unique environment of innovation and collaboration, principled leaders emerge. Faculty, students, staff, and alumni develop the courage to take risks, the passion to lead, and the motivation to make a positive impact — on themselves and the world.
Stanford GSB's mission is to create ideas that deepen and advance the understanding of management and with those ideas to develop innovative, principled, and insightful leaders who change the world.
About the collection
Stanford GSB faculty work with case writing and research center staff to create a diverse case collection, with many focused on global issues. The collection covers a wide range of topics including Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, Social Innovation, Global Supply Chain, and International Business.
Stanford's location in California's Silicon Valley, one of the most dynamic and innovative economic centers in the world, provides the opportunity to work with major corporations across a variety of industries as well as venture capitalists, advisors, and managers of nearby entrepreneurial ventures who provide a steady flow of provocative situations that highlight the issues facing start-ups and investors. Stanford GSB faculty have leveraged these connections to create cases that set the stage for discussions about the high level strategic decisions facing managers and include a portrayal of the industry and competitive environment. In the classroom, these cases provide contextual background, connect theory with application, and develop insight.
Stanford GSB also offer a number of free cases. Browse here
For any queries related to the Stanford case collection, please contact Margot Sutherland:
Available from The Case Centre
The Stanford collection of over 2,100 publicly available cases, and their accompanying instructor materials, software and videos, is available from The Case Centre.
Stanford materials are also available as part of our discounted pricing scheme for members in developing countries.