Word Count : 1000 words
A case study analysis should identify key issues and problems, outline and assess alternative solutions, and draw appropriate conclusions. It should not be a summary of the case.
- Identify the context and the phenomena.
- Identify the most important facts surrounding the case.
- Identify the key issue or issues presented in the case study.
- Identify alternative courses of action presented.
- Explain how the courses of action are evaluated and why.
- Are the conclusions presented appropriate? Are there any recommendations?
Once you have analysed each of the case studies,
- Compare and contrast(evaluate the similarities and differences between) the two case studies. You need to create a poster to demonstrate your evaluation.
- Briefly explain how a case study can be useful in R&D (100 – 150 words)
Reference Style : Harvard