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Case study topics are based on the list. Several numbers are drawn from the case teams that concentrate on healthcare, management, and sustainability. However, many cases have been written in the last few years. But one the most popular is Cadbury and design at Mayo. But if we talk about it, most topics are usually raw cases and web-based templates. It allows a mixture of different texts, spreadsheets, and videos on each website.
Most Popular Case Study Topics 2020
Today we’re going to share a complete case study with solutions so you’ll enhance understanding. Following are case study examples:
1-Cadbury- Try To Ensure The Sustainability Of Its Supply Chain
The case study reveals the production and growth of cocoa in Cote d’Ivoire and also involved child labor. No doubt this story hit Cadbury so hard. For many years company has been deeply religious and paid attention to its worker and welfare. The US congress wanted to implement legislation and allow the growth of chocolate on certified plants. As well as with the label written: “slave labor free.”
2- Design At Mayo
This case study shows how the Mayo Clinic, the most popular hospital globally, engaged its designer and built a research-based institute for healthcare. It also shows how the designers interact with the physicians and implement incremental innovations.
3- Shake Shack IPO
Shake Shack introduced a fan base greet at the Shake Shack location with cheers and long lines after an art project in New York. Even investors showed great enthusiasm after Shack Shack went public. Investors bid $21/each share while the offer price was 118% and tried to reach $45.90. It’s incredible because investors were paying too much by the end of May, approximately 92.86 each share.