Select an organization of your interest, a company in which you work or a company in which you would like to be an employee. The larger that the business is, the more likely that the research will be ample.

Major Case Study – 

Select an organization of your interest, a company in which you work or a company in which you would like to be an employee. The larger that the business is, the more likely that the research will be ample. For example, you could take advantage of this assignment to learn more about a large company and a career that you are considering too. Or, if you are researching about your employer, you could learn more to possibly apply at work. Whatever enterprise that you choose, think strategically!

MAJOR CASE STUDY QUESTIONS – See Appendix: Case Analysis; and Case Analysis Boxes throughout the text – see page numbers below for more specific explanations of each point.  For this Major case, answer all of questions below in your paper. Following the pattern below will ensure your readiness for the next steps.

Major Case Study SummaryInstructions: This project requires you to apply the concepts and methods learned so far in the course. This is an individual project.You are to write the research paper in accordance with the Appendix: Case Analysis found in the rear of your text, incorporating APA standards and citing a minimum of ten (10) journal sources, and/or business trade resources.For your Major paper, your paper submission should follow the below-stated composition and formatting guidelines; and be composed unto a “Word Document.”

    • Title page with your name, course, date, and an appropriate title.
    • You can use single or double space, Times New Roman, and 12pt font.
    • Support your position.
    • When all is done, give a brief conclusion.
    • Upon citing works, add a separate reference page.

These APA additions are NOT a part of the word count that should approximate 1500-2000 words.  Do not simply answer the questions; provide support and articulate a path forward.Each individual will submit their paper to the Professor via the Assignment link.

 

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    MAJOR CASE STUDY QUESTIONS – See Appendix: Case Analysis; and Case Analysis Boxes throughout the text – see page numbers below for more specific explanations of each point. For this Major case, answer all of questions below in your paper. Following the pattern below will ensure your readiness for the next steps.

    Introduction

    Remember, this is not a test! Feel free to write down any ideas as they come to you while reading the case.

    Identify the problem or problems from this Case.

    To identify the problem or problems from this Case, you should:

    State the problem or problems in the case. A good place to start is with an overview of what happened, followed by a description of how it happened. In order for readers to understand what happened and why it was significant enough for them to consider contributing something new to the world (like money), they need some context first. In most cases, this context will come from statements made by characters in the story who have firsthand knowledge about what has gone on; however there may be times when other sources are necessary as well (e.g., newspaper articles).

    What facts in the Case might be contributing to the problem or problems?

    Facts are the objective, measurable data that describe a problem or problems. They can be quantitative or qualitative. The facts in the case include:

    The number of days it takes an average person to learn a new skill;

    Which companies offer training courses for employees who need help with their job tasks;

    How many people have been hired since January 1st, 2018;

    The facts above are specific to this case and not generalizable across all cases—they describe only one company’s experience with hiring more workers than usual during this time period (the “problem”).

    What perceptions and /or assumptions about the facts might be contributing to the problem or problems?

    The problem is not about the facts, but about people’s perceptions and assumptions about the facts.

    How could you verify the accuracy of your perceptions/assumptions?

    How could you verify the accuracy of your perceptions/assumptions?

    Ask for confirmation from the person who provided the information. For example, ask them to explain in more detail what they meant by “the information is not relevant to my case analysis” or “the information helps me understand better what I am trying to make sense of in my case analysis.” If you don’t understand something, ask for clarification so that it can be understood clearly by all parties involved; this will help ensure accuracy and reduce misunderstanding between yourself and other readers who might read your paper later on. Also look for examples where this particular piece of knowledge would apply or not apply within a given situation (and include these as well).

    What new information do you need about this case?

    The root causes of this case are the underlying issues that led to it.

    What are the underlying factors that led to the problem?

    What were some of these factors, and how did they contribute to the problem?

    What are some alternative ways to respond to these problems?

    What are some alternative ways to respond to these problems?

    Which alternatives did people in this case attempt and why didn’t they work?

    What would be strengths, weaknesses, and risks of each alternative you identified based on your analysis of this Case?

    Which alternatives did people in this case attempt and why didn’t they work?

    What were the reasons for the failure of the alternatives?

    What was the benefit of each alternative, and why did it work?

    What were its risks, and how could they be mitigated or avoided?

    What would be strengths, weaknesses, and risks of each alternative you identified, based on your analysis of this Case?

    You should consider the strengths, weaknesses and risks of each alternative you identified. Strengths are positive aspects of an alternative that make it appealing to choose over other options. Weaknesses are negative aspects of an alternative that make it less appealing to choose over other options. Risks are potential negative consequences associated with selecting one option over another

    Which alternative will you recommend, and why is it more promising than other alternatives at solving this problem or problems?

    You should recommend the best alternative that is most likely to succeed. Your recommendation should be based on facts and analysis, not just your personal opinion or intuition. In other words, you don’t need to just “like” an alternative; instead, you need to show how it solves the problem at hand in a way that makes sense for your audience and has been proven effective in other cases (see Appendix: Case Analysis Boxes).

    A breakdown of how to answer questions for a major case study.

    To answer these questions, it is important to begin by identifying the problem or problems from this Case. What facts in this Case might be contributing to the problem or problems? What perceptions and/or assumptions about those facts might be contributing to the problem or problems?

    Conclusion

    You’re almost done! If you follow the tips above and complete the questions, you should have a solid foundation for understanding the major case study and learning how to answer the questions. Now that you know what information is necessary to answer each question correctly, it will be easier than ever to complete your paper.

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