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ORGA 201

This page includes information to help you get started finding sources for Research or Case Study assignments. 

Your Business Librarians, Martina King and Emily Villanueva, are available to help you navigate the library's databases, develop search strategies, and troubleshoot access issues to the library's online resources.

See the Articles page for finding peer reviewed articles!

Recommended Databases

To get you started, we recommend using one of the library's industry and company focused databases:

Case Study Assignment Parts and Corresponding Resources


Assignment Part Information Sources

Company & Industry Information


Industry information and market information - use IBIS World Industry Reports  - look for Major Companies in the left menu for more company specific information

Company Annual Balance Sheets and Reports: Mergent - products and services, stakeholders 

Financial and SWOT Reports: Business Insights: Essentials

Identify Company Problems

Sustainalytics: Under the Research Tab > Controversies - search for your company name to see a list of controversies and click through to articles about the specific problems.

Statista: Search your company name for stats - note the citation information on the right of each chart.

Business Insights: Essentials: Search your company name and click on "news" to see articles. 

Identify Solutions

See the Professional Sources page for a list of databases with business industry and news articles. You can look up similar case studies in the Sage Business Cases database to get ideas. 

The library subscribes to the following Journals and more, so you can get access:

Bloomberg Businessweek



Harvard Business Review

The Economist 


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