A case study in the consulting field serves as a comprehensive analysis of a particular project, initiative, or problem-solving process over a specific timeframe. These detailed narratives often begin by outlining a problem or challenge faced by a client, followed by the approach taken to solve it, and culminating in the results achieved. Case studies are a versatile tool serving various functions including academic research, business marketing, and professional development. They are commonly used to train new consultants about how to handle different scenarios, but also serve as powerful marketing tools to demonstrate the effectiveness of a consulting firm’s methods. Case studies are generally based on real-life scenarios but may be disguised to protect client confidentiality. They often involve quantitative analysis, interviews, long-term follow-up, and a thorough evaluation of the solution’s effectiveness. They can range from simple problem-solving scenarios to multi-year, complex change management initiatives.