You may have more than one submission (case idea and/or developed cases); kindly make a separate submission for each.
Case and Teaching Note Rhetorical Guidelines
A case must be written in the past tense, with the exception of quotations, because it depicts a scenario at a certain point in time. The majority of cases begin with a brief (less than one page) "opener" that introduces the case protagonist, the historical period, the structure, and the circumstance. Frequently, a history on the company or industry is presented before parts that evaluate the particular problem. The case's final group of exhibits should be organized. Each exhibit needs to have a number, a title, and a source citation. Bibliographic material should only be included in a "Reference List" at the conclusion of the case, with necessary citations being included in the text as endnotes.
Please name your file using the following convention: "Author Family Name - Submission Title"