About SAGE Business Cases

SAGE Business Cases

SAGE Business Cases brings business to life – inspiring students and researchers to develop their own best practices and prepare for professional success. The first significant, discipline-wide, digital collection tailored to library needs – SAGE Business Cases is highly-interactive, faculty-friendly, and allows for instant and lasting IP access rather than the usual per case purchase model.

  • Designed to suit a range of academic uses: from short vignettes to narrative long form, written using both field research and publicly available sources.
  • Campus-wide access provides easy discovery for students and faculty to use in courses and research.
  • Critically minded, up-to-date, and complementary to other SAGE Business & Management content.
  • Many cases will include teaching notes and discussion questions to ensure effective classroom use.
  • Offered on SAGE’s digital library platform, SAGE Knowledge, these cases are integrated with SAGE’s book, video, and reference content, allowing for a rich scholarly environment and enhanced discovery.
  • The SAGE Business Cases team will release a 1,000-case collection in April 2016, a big step toward our full-product goal of 2,500 cases by 2018.
  • Available for subscription or purchase.

Content Partners

Reviewers

The following academics provided invaluable help in peer reviewing individual cases that were submitted to SAGE Business Cases from scholars around the world. Their astute comments and in-depth feedback helped our authors revise and shape their cases, readying them for the classroom.

  • Donald L. Anderson, University College, University of Denver
  • Robert Atkin, University of Pittsburgh
  • Tanya Bondarouk, University of Twente
  • Ross Brennan, University of Hertfordshire 
  • Carol Cain, Winston-Salem State University
  • James Carroll, CPA
  • Mark Dodds, SUNY Cortland
  • Mehmet Chakkol, University of Warwick
  • Max Finne, University of Warwick
  • Barry Gold, Pace University
  • Ronald Goldsmith, Florida State University
  • Peter Goulet, University of Northern Iowa, Professor Emeritus
  • David O. Hartman, Quinnipiac University
  • Ella Henry, Auckland University of Technology
  • Robert Hisrich, Kent State University
  • Maria Humphries, University of Waikato
  • Kimberley Kinsley, University of Mary Washington
  • John Mahon, University of Maine
  • Woody Richardson, University of Mary Washington
  • Nigel Slack, University of Warwick

Editorial Advisory Board

The SAGE Business & Management Advisory Board is composed of international academics who advise across our business and management library products. They provide business savvy, scholarly heft, and valuable insight into today’s classroom and curriculum: 

  • Donald Anderson, University College, University of Denver
  • Robert Atkin, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh
  • Lourdes Casanova, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
  • Jean-Anne Stewart, Henley Business School, University of Reading
  • Paul Swiercz, Dept. of Management, George Washington University
  • Kenneth Thompson, Driehaus College of Business, DePaul University
  • Carolyn Wiley, Heller College of Business, Roosevelt University
  • Noah Barsky, Villanova School of Business, Villanova University
  • Mary Barrett, PhD. School of Management, Operations and Marketing, University of Wollongong
  • John B. Stark, CSUB School of Business & Public Administration, California State University, Bakersfield
  • Mark Dodds, Sports Management Department, State University of New York, Cortland

Partner Institutions

Click here to find out more about our partner institutions.

How to submit a case

The goal of SAGE Business Cases is to build a world-class case collection that is fully accessible to staff and students through their academic libraries.

SAGE is pleased to offer our case authors:

  • Discoverability of their work on our global SAGE Knowledge platform.
  • The opportunity to have their case peer-reviewed.
  • Payment if we publish your case!

Submit your case to SAGE Business Cases

Title list

Click on the link below to download the 2017 SAGE Business Cases title list.

2017 SAGE Business Cases Title List

Librarian Resources

For general information about the SAGE Knowledge Platform, click here.

Discoverability resources

Download our Discoverability checklist here.

Download the SAGE Business Cases logo for your library here.

Requesting a trial

If you who would like to request a trial to SAGE Business Cases please fill in this short form.

If you have any questions or would like to speak to a sales representative, please contact us at:

Instructor access to teaching notes

This guide show you how to set up access to instructor-only teaching notes in SAGE Business Cases

SAGE Business Cases Teaching Notes Setup Guide

Librarians

Setting up access to teaching notes for instructors at an institution:

  1. Sign in to Secure Center
  2. Go to Account listing and select your account
  3. Find the field called "SK Business Cases Instructor Verification Code"
  4. Create a code by typing into the box. Please follow best practices for creating passwords, and don't include any spaces
  5. Once you've created your code, click "Save Account"
  6. Now you can share your code with Faculty.

Changing your institution's code:

  1. Follow steps 1 to 3 above
  2. Edit the code in "SK Business Cases Instructor Verification Code"
  3. Click "Save Account"

Faculty

Using your code:

  1. Log in to your profile or create a new profile by clicking "Profile" in the top right corner and following the instructions
  2. Tick the box called "SAGE Business Cases Instructor Access"
  3. A new box will appear called "Verification Code"
  4. Enter your verification code (available from your librarian) and click Save

MARC records

You can download the full set of MARC records for SAGE Business Cases in your Library Admin area.

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