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We are delighted to announce that London Business School has launched its very own case collection which is accessible via London Business School Publishing. It provides access to the School’s latest cases written by our world-leading Faculty.

Hosted on London.edu - our newly relaunched website - LBS Publishing has a number of enhanced features and tools designed to give you direct access to faculty cases. All you need to do is register at publishing.london.edu. You can browse for cases by topic, subject, industry or geographical region.

LBS Publishing is proud to showcase two new Faculty case studies:

The featured case on the platform is written by Herminia Ibarra, Charles Handy Chair in Organisational Behaviour; Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Aneeta Rattan, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Anna Johnston. The case: Satya Nadella at Microsoft: Instilling a Growth Mindset was recently overall winner in Case Centre’s 2020 case completion – read more

Nader Tavassoli, Professor of Marketing, is also an award winning case writer and is listed for the fourth year running in the Top 40 Bestselling Case Authors, coming in at number 25. Read Brand Valuation.

In the months ahead, LBS Publishing will increase its range of services to include other teaching materials, video-based products and faculty publications.

Professor Julian Birkinshaw, Deputy Dean Executive Education and Learning Innovation said: “I am delighted to see the LBS Case Collection being launched. Learning Innovation have been working on this project for a couple of years, and it is great to see it come to fruition.  The Case Collection allows us to showcase our top-quality teaching materials to the world.”

Faculty case studies bring real-world business issues to life and London Business School Publishing forms a key part of a suite of learning opportunities that are crucial in preparing our students, business leaders and thinkers for the challenges of the twenty-first century.

If you have any questions contact cases@london.edu.