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Case Study Analysis
The first step in an in-depth analysis is to become familiar with the situation and identify the problem. Read the description several times and write down the main elements of the situation. Write your answers underneath the prompts in enough detail that someone else would be able to fully understand the scenario.
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1. What is the main problem?
2. What are the primary contributing factors to the problem?
3. What are other contributing factors to the problem, i.e. hidden factors and unexpected factors?
4. Who are the main people involved in the situation?
5. Name the main people and their roles.
6. Name the other people involved in the situation and their roles.
7. What is the setting for the situation in detail?
8. What peripheral elements of the situation may be influential in the problem or solution?
The second step is to use the information above to determine the impact on the people and organizations involved. In your own words, describe the impact of the problem including the technical factors.
1. Impact on people
2. Impact on the organization
The third step is to identify any proposed solutions from the case study. Describe the proposed solutions in detail. You will build on these ideas during the fourth step.
1. Describe the main proposed solution if any.
2. Describe the important technology factors included in the main proposed solution.
3. Describe the important human factors included in the main proposed solution.
4. Describe the important organizational factors, if any.
5. Describe the impact of the proposed solution if it was implemented.
a. Was the solution fully effective in solving the problem?
b. Was the solution partially effective in solving the problem?
6. Identify and describe the reasons why the proposed solution worked or did not work.
a. What barriers prevented the solution from being fully effective, if any?
The fourth step is to describe in detail your proposed solutions, providing the reasons why you would solve the problem in this manner. You will want to include as much detail as possible so that you will be able to determine the efficacy of the solution, as well as be able to determine if this solution will be effective in solving other problems.
1. Describe your proposed solution and support it with facts and logical reasons.
2. Detail any other solutions that you considered, and why you decided to go with the proposed solution detailed above.
3. Explain what information you used to create your proposed solution.
4. Provide additional resources to support your solution