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Publishes classroom-teaching cases with instructor's notes. Follow the link to open the Proquest database and then keep the search simple. For example, just a company name like Apple or a keyword for a product./service.
Walker Management Library Books
In addition to those listed below, there are other books in the Walker Management Library on case studies, just ask for help. Also see the library database Vault for: Vault Guide to the Case Interview.
Case in Point 10 by Marc P. Cosentino
Call Number: HD69 .C6 C674 2018
Publication Date: 2018
Featuring the Ivy Case System - including a section on government and nonprofit cases.
Case in Point: Graph Analysis for Consulting and Case Interviews by Marc Cosentino; Mukund Jain
Call Number: HD69 .C6 C6742 2016
Publication Date: 2016
The use of complex graphs in case interviews has exploded. You have a very short time to look at the graph, analyze it, extract what s important and apply it to your answer. This book was designed to help you understand the role of graphs in consulting (both during an interview and on the job).
Crack the Case System by David Ohrvall
Call Number: HD69 .C6 O379 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Crack the Case System is a complete training program for the challenging "case interview" favored by top consulting firms and a growing number of Fortune 500 companies.
HBR Guide to Building Your Business Case by Raymond Sheen; Amy Gallo
Call Number: HD30.28 .S428 2013
Publication Date: 2015
Get your idea off the ground. You've got a great idea to increase revenue or boost productivity--but how do you get the buy-in needed to make it happen? By building a business case that clearly shows your idea's value.
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