The Harvard Business School has produced many business case studies, as well as other material, in two separate publications.
Harvard Business Review (since 1922)
Harvard Business Review (HBR) presents an expert commentary and analysis in the areas of strategic planning, change management, and other topics relevant to organizational effectiveness and corporate governance. These articles are findable via Primo Search or directly in the Business Source Complete database.
HBR is published six times a year.
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles (since 2007)
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles (HBRDA) are published online on HBR.org.
HBRDA articles are not searchable by title via the Primo Search Box.
There are several ways of searching HBR and HBRDA articles on the Library Portal:
1. Business Source Complete Database
2. Journal search via Primo.
Note: Make a habit of using HBR and HBRDA via the Library portal instead of the public website HBR.org. There is a limit to the number of articles you can access for free directly from the public website HBR.org. and you may meet a paywall.