Case studies are a major feature of students learning and assessment. Case Study Skills is a general interest problem solving text that offers students the tools and techniques of text-analysis, and problem analysis tools to understand, interpret and validate their understanding of different case situations. Written for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Business as well as case study foundation courses in Arts/Humanities and Education faculties. Contents include: * Active Reading * Understanding a Case Situation * Activities
|Publisher:||Tilde Publishing and Distribution|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Dr Richard Winter (BAHons, M.BusCurtin, PhD Monash) is Senior Lecturer in Management in the School of Management, Marketing & International Business at The Australian National University. His research interests relate to the management and behaviour of professional employees. Specific topics of interest include the work-related attitudes and values, psychological contracts, and engagement/disengagement behaviour of professionals. Richard’s research has focused on the values, identities and work roles of academics and has been published in Higher Education Research & Development, Journal of Higher Education Policy & Management, Journal of Institutional Research, and Studies in Higher Education.