Components of a Case Study Analysis
Introduction (identify key issues in the case study; also, you must formulate and include a thesis statement, summarizing the outcome of your analysis in one or two sentences).
Background (set the scene and give background information, relevant facts, and the most important issues; demonstrate that you have researched the issues revolving around this case study).
Alternatives (outline at least 3 alternatives; explain why some of the alternatives might have been rejected; explain any constraints and reasons; explain why some of the alternatives might not be possible at this time).
Proposed solution (choose one or two of the alternatives as your final proposed solution to the case, provide one specific and realistic solution; explain why it was the chosen one; support your solution with solid evidence, use concepts from class; use outside research, use anecdotes or personal experience).
Recommendations (determine and discuss strategies for accomplishing the proposed solution; if applicable, make recommendations for further action to solve some of the issues; what should be done and whos responsible for doing it?).
References (at least 4 references MUST be used for the cases).