Answered By: Wilson Library Librarians
Last Updated: May 29, 2015     Views: 8

A great place to begin your research is researching our "subject guides A-Z" section. Subject guides allow you to consolidate subject specific research to a comprehensive website for relevant articles, websites, book, subject specialist(librarian) support, and more.

Within  the subject guides website, you will see a list of academic areas to choose from.  For this topic, I reccomend the subject guides for " Business"   and "Organizational Leadership".

Once you locate a subject guide that is suitable, review the reccomended research databases that are listed for the given subject area. These databases represent the premier places to begin your research for case studies in team building.

A stellar database is Business Source Premier . Simply enter a search that summarizes your research inquiry; you will use an individual search box for every concept. For example:

     Strateg*
AND

    team building

AND

   Case stud*

*please note an asterik symbol is used to truncate or shorten the ending of a word/concept so that all possible formations of the keyword will be retrieved regardless of ending/s.