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Feasibility Reports
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A feasibility study is research conducted to help managers of an organization determine the chances for success of a project. It can determine the practicality of a proposed policy, product, service or other change within an organization.
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It is prompted by ideas suggested in a proposal. It examines costs, alternatives, and likely effects. It attempts to convince readers either to adopt or reject the one idea discussed or to adopt one of several alternative presented in the study.
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Typical analytical problems that a feasibility study will address are : Will X work for a specific purpose? Do low-impact aerobics programs significantly reduce stress? Is X or Y better for a specific purpose? Which of the two most popular ski bindings is best for our rental skis? Why does X happen? Why do small businesses have a high failure rate?
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Typical analytical problems that a feasibility study will address are : How can X be improved or avoided? How can we improve safety procedures in our
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2010 for the course ENGL engl2311 taught by Professor Dianeallen during the Spring '10 term at Midland College.

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