Please find below links to a variety of case writing resources from Harvard Business School Publishing.>
- Developing a Teaching Case (Abridged)
Provides an overview of the case development, interviewing, and case writing process.
Roberts (9-901-055) 21 pages, © 2001, revised 2012. Order
- Writing Cases and Teaching Notes
A guide for teachers and casewriters on writing case studies and the accompanying teaching notes. It begins with advice on generating case leads and moves through field interviewing techniques, case drafting, case release, and preparing the teaching note.
Corey (9-399-077) 11 pages, © 1998. Order
- Writing Cases: Tips and Pointers
Gives practical advice for case writers on compiling data for and writing cases.
Linder (9-391-026) 8 pages, © 1990, revised 1994. Order
- Twenty Five Questions to Ask as You Begin to Develop a New Case Study
Provides advice for the new casewriter.
Gentile (9-391-042) 5 pages, © 1990. Order
Writing Teaching Notes for Cases
- Teaching Notes: Communicating the Teacher's Wisdom
Provides guidance for the preparation of teaching notes. Sets forth the rationale for teaching notes, what they should contain and why, and how they can be prepared. Note is based on the experiences of Harvard Business School faculty.
Chapman (5-793-105) 11 pages, © 1993. Order