Journal of Critical Incidents 2019 Info
Journal of Critical Incidents 2019
Submitted by Society for Case Research
January 7, 2020
Accounting & Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Social Justice, Human Resources & Organizational Behavior, Information Systems, Marketing & Sales, Operations, Strategy & General Management
Area of Study:
Business and Management
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This is the full preview of the 2019 Journal of Critical Incidents. Individual CIs with the associated teaching notes can be found by searching the case title.
To Yelp or Not to Yelp: Defamation in Cyberspace
Dana Schwieger, Southeast Missouri State University, Christine A. Ladwig, Southeast Missouri State University
Maritime search and rescue in the Bahamas: An opportunity or excessive cost for the U.S. Coast Guard?
Erin Palmer, LT, US Coast Guard, Army-Baylor University, Benjamin Fischl, Capt, US Air Force, Army-Baylor University
Fawn Helms, US Army, Army-Baylor University, Cory Moore, CPT, US Army, Army-Baylor University, Bryan Spear, MAJ, US Army, Army-Baylor University
Let’s Play: Fair Use or Copyright Infringement?
Jessica A. Magaldi, Pace University, Jonathan S. Sales, Bentley University, Wade Davis, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Matthew T. Carter, California University of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth H. Jones, California University of Pennsylvania
Tesla in the Driver’s Seat
Bart Liddle, Lipscomb University, Leanne Smith, Lipscomb University
Injecting Ethics into MD Cosmetics
Paul E. Olsen, Saint Michael's College, Patrick J. Doherty, Saint Michael's College, Thomas Van Dzura, Saint Michael's College
What’s In A Name: A Controversial Brew
Joyce A. Young, Indiana State University, Paul W. Clark, Coastal Carolina University, Dale Varble, Indiana State University
But I Can’t Eat That: Should Babcock Ice Cream Change its Ingredients?
Pamela Wells, San Jose State University, Linda M. Dunn-Jensen, CSU, Stanislaus, Inae Yang, San Jose State University
Tesla: Is the Market Efficiently Pricing or Efficiently Excited?
Jeffrey J. Jewell, Lipscomb University, Julio A. Rivas, Lipscomb University, Jeffrey A. Mankin, Lipscomb University
The Springfield Foundation: A Case for Simplifying?
Rachel Wilson, Wittenberg University
Ann M. Hackert, Idaho State University, Jeff Brookman, Idaho State University
Achieving organizational-wide support: The effective use of a project charter in an enterprise project
Te Wu, Montclair State University
InsulTec: A Small Business at a Crossroad
Joy Pahl, St. Norbert College, Benjamin Huegel, St. Norbert College, Jamie O’Brien, St. Norbert College
When a Plight Strikes: Decision-Making During an Avian Influenza Crisis
Joy Pahl, St. Norbert College, James Harris, St. Norbert College
After Catching a Thief: Internal Controls in a Small Business
Tyler Burch, Idaho State University, Neil Tocher, Idaho State University, Dennis Krumwiede, Idaho State University
Managing in Fear: Handling Hostile Employees
Tyler Burch, Idaho State University, Jason Cox, Idaho State University
Detox or Die: Controversial Social Media Post Plagues Vermont Restaurant Owner
Paul E. Olsen, Saint Michael's College, Karen Popovich, Saint Michael's College, Patrick J. Doherty, Saint Michael's College
Retail Banking and iGen: Now What?
Mike Behan, Winona State University
The Cook County Soda Tax: Unintended Consequences of Consumers’ Behavior
Sondra Simpson. Elmhurst College, Matt Smith, Elmhurst College, Eilean Roppel, Elmhurst College, Monika Alcheikh, Elmhurst College
The Short-term and Long-term Impact of Clearance Sale at Yuri USA, Inc.
George Whaley, San José State University, Nakato Hirakubo, Brooklyn College, Craig Davis, Ohio University
Chinese Detergent Ad Leads to Global Media Outcry
Karen A. Berger, Pace University