How to write a business case study

What is a business case study?

A business case study is very different from an academic case study. Students are often stumped on how to write a business case study, because it entails a lot of research and the students are faced with real-life problems of companies and businesses. Writing a business case study involves presenting a company or business situation, whether it is a specific business problem or a policy dilemma, it doesn’t have an apparent business solution hence the case study is open for discussion and deliberation among the students.

Before going about on how to write a business case study, a student is first faced with a dilemma of finding a business or company that is productive and located near to start writing up a case study about. Writing a business case study will be beneficial to both the person writing the case and the business or company that the student is writing about. The case study will provide the corporate management, owner and investors the information that they need. Writing up a case study also helps solve problems for companies and find alternatives solutions for the dilemma that they are facing. Case studies can also be an effective tool in finding solutions for corporate problems, bring in investors and train employees as well as business students.

Getting started with your business case study

Here are a few tips on how to write a business case study, this will guide you through the process in writing a business case study.

  • Choose a company or business that you will write a case study about. It is should be a company or business that is near your location and it can be an established or productive business.
  • Research information related to the business. Contact the company or business for information, you can also ask them permission to access data that will be needed for your case study. You can also use different mediums of research for data, newsprint, magazines, books, articles and make use of the internet to collate information. Interviewing people, employees, owners, stockholders and investors of the business are also relevant sources of data.

 

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