Bloomsbury Fashion Business Cases: About the Collection
About the Cases
Cases are a popular and effective educational tool for students to learn and apply business concepts to real-life situations, strategies, and dilemmas. Cases provide an overview and background information associated with an issue or problem a company is facing. Students are then asked to review and analyze the background material, evaluate multiple alternative solutions, recommend and justify an optimal solution for the company, and predict outcomes of the solution. Cases provide the opportunity to apply and practice analytic, evaluative, and communication skills.
The case collection addresses a wide range of pedagogical needs, from illustrating core classroom principles to fostering in-depth independent research. Cases are divided into the following levels:
- Introductory: for foundation and first-year undergraduates
- Intermediate: for mid- to upper-level undergraduates
- Advanced: for postgraduates
and are split into three different types:
- Field case: based on the author’s insider experience in the industry
- Public case: based on publicly available information on the industry
- Scenario case: based on a fictional but realistic company
Together the cases create essential tools for the entire fashion curriculum and bridge the gap between education and industry to equip the next generation of fashion industry leaders.
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Extended Teaching Notes – Instructors Only
All of the cases in the collection contain notes that provide guidance on using the case in fashion education.
For many of the cases these notes are for instructor-use only and are identified as Extended Teaching Notes. These contain sample answers, grading guides, recommended solutions, and much more. They are only available to instructors when logged into an authenticated personal account.
Are you an instructor? This simple guide shows you how to access instructor-only Extended Teaching Notes:
Further information for instructors is available here: