Casing the Web (and Databases) for Case Studies
Ojala, Marydee, Online
A cornerstone of many Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs, worldwide, is the case study. Students are presented with a scenario related to the topic of their course. They must analyze the situation and devise viable solutions based on what they've learned and read. The idea is that this casebased learning will help students when they confront real-world problems on the job; that it will be more effective in training business leaders than merely reading about the theory of management. It's assumed that the cases will be written so that the situation is applicable in actual business situations. Case studies need to be practical rather than theoretical. In today's educational …
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Publication information: Article title: Casing the Web (and Databases) for Case Studies. Contributors: Ojala, Marydee - Author. Magazine title: Online. Volume: 35. Issue: 3 Publication date: May/June 2011. Page number: 49+. © 2009 Information Today, Inc. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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