This article, written in case format, has been written to assist the novice case writer in case research and writing. The article covers all aspects of case writing including: idea generation and sources of cases, working with primary and secondary case sources, obtaining client releases, writing the case story line, developing a catchy ‘hook’, using the past tense, providing supporting exhibits, and providing a bibliography for the case. The teaching note (or instructor's manual)is also covered in detail including: an overview of the case, learning objectives, course placement and targeted audience, instructional methodologies, case questions and answers, the epilogue, and the bibliography. Appendix A includes a discussion on case publishing and includes a list of journals and conferences which accept cases.
Armandi, B., Sherman, H. and Vega, G. (2004), "Case Research and Writing: Three Days in the Life of Professor Moore", The CASE Journal, Vol. 1 No. 1, pp. 8-30. https://doi.org/10.1108/TCJ-01-2004-B002Download as .RIS
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