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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/11/10 How To Write a Case
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1/11/10 Overview of Requirements 1. Title Page 2. Executive Summary 3. Assumptions 4. Statement of the Problem 5. Implications 6. Alternatives 7. Recommendation Implementation
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1/11/10 1. Title Page Required Information: Title of the Case Names and Student Numbers Date Submitted Course Code and Section Professor’s Name Teaching Assistant’s Name “In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of ADM1300” Statement of Academic Integrity signed by all group members.
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1/11/10 2. Executive Summary To: Professor Koppel or Management (Case Specific) From: Your Name Subject: Title of the Case Date: Date of Submission Problem: Primary problem only, written in ONE to three sentences. (Shorter the better, Must be the same as the case body.) Alternatives: List all the alternatives. Facts Considered: Directly from the case. No assumptions.
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1/11/10 2. Executive Summary (Continued) This is a one page synopsis that follows the title page. It is written last. Point form sentences and single spacing is necessary. No other information is included. The case follows the executive summary on a new page. Do not cut and paste from other parts of your case into your executive summary.
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1/11/10 3. Assumptions Build on the facts in the case. Add credibility and depth to the case. State the assumption and then state the fact that led you to make this assumption. Three to four assumptions are required. Do not assume the case away. Avoid making far fetched assumptions. Bullets are good, but write in full
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1/11/10 4. Statement of the Problem a) Primary Problem The key to your case is the primary problem. This is what your case is aiming to solve.
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course MANAGEMENT ADM 1300 taught by Professor Peterkoppel during the Fall '09 term at University of Ottawa.

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