Brief Guidelines for case presentation

Brief Guidelines for case presentation - FINC 5133...

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Unformatted text preview: FINC 5133 Guidelines for Case Presentations Some important considerations: 1. Focus on format at first. Two page executive summary, up to 8 more pages of analysis and discussion, and as many exhibits or tables as you find necessary (as long as you actually refer to them in the body of the report). I've observed this format most often in practice, and it should serve you well. Actually, the unlimited attachments are sort of a luxury, use them. 2. Focus next on evaluating the situation in the case. In the ones that we're doing this semester, it should be pretty obvious what the decision variables and/or questions are. Use your writeup pages to discuss the situation in the case and then the solutions that you found, using references to the attachments. 3. Make sure the executive summary reflects what it should -- spend some time on it. It should be no more than 2 double-spaced pages (for these simple cases) and the first page should reflect the situation in the case, what the most important questions or decisions are, and the...
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2010 for the course FINC 5133 taught by Professor Michael during the Spring '08 term at UH Clear Lake.

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