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100 Years of the Case Method in Management

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Special Dark Side Issue

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La méthode des cas : Un pont entre la pratique et la science

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Un numéro spécial à point nommé : la santé

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Volume 17 - Issue 2, June 2019
Editor's note

Faithful to its tradition of publishing four issues each year, the IJCSM is proud to offer a selection of four new cases, all peer reviewed and accompanied by detailed teaching notes.

After a hectic university year, the pace slows – at least slightly. It’s a great time to peruse old issues and this new one to find one (or more) cases to integrate in your course plan.

My best wishes for an enjoyable summer vacation – and productive planning for the upcoming academic year!

Line Dubé

Strategy
The challenges facing an SME that decided to supply itself with cacao beans and produce and sell chocolate in a country with no such tradition
Corporate social responsibility
The challenges facing a company that aimed to shake up the taxi industry, thanks to an innovative business model – and lost its shirt
Change management
An exploration of the modes of operation of a heterogeneous group of actors wishing to implement an alternative way of living together
Marketing
How to grow a company without harming its social mission?