SAGE Business Cases come with a variety of supplementary materials to enhance teaching and instruction with cases. These include open-ended Discussion Questions, Teaching Notes, and Learning Objectives.
Direct Cases are developed from information provided directly from an organization, business, or individuals.
Indirect Cases are developed from information pulled from existing published resources.
Experienced Cases are developed from general experience of an industry or organization using disguised details.
Teaching notes are available for all SAGE Originals cases and a majority of cases from content partners. These notes are locked for librarian/faculty use. Features of teaching notes include:
Visit SAGE College Publishing to find additional course materials that match your teaching and instruction needs.
This 3-minute video provides a brief introduction to SAGE Business Cases along with a walkthrough of the platform functionality. Learn how to browse for cases, refine search results to find your ideal case, and use the case page features.
This 47-minute video provides tips, tricks, and resources for faculty and instructors teaching with business cases. Learn what makes a good case as well as when, why, and how to teach with cases.
This 3-minute video shows you how to unlock your teaching notes access to begin using these supplementary materials in conjunction with cases for your courses.
The following list provides a sampling of SAGE Business Cases that are relevant to common topics within Business & Management courses.
Human Resource Management
Business Management Skills
The goal of SAGE Business Cases is to build a world-class case collection that is fully accessible to faculty, instructors, researchers, and students through their academic libraries. Are you new to writing cases, curious about our case authors, or interested in becoming an author? SAGE offers our case authors the following benefits:
Read more about our authors, watch a testimonial from case author Matt Cronin (A Question of Value), and submit your case for publication consideration at SAGE Business Cases: Information for Authors.
Use these templates to get started writing your case for submission.