What is a Case Study
The purpose of a case study is to walk the reader through a situation where a specific problem is presented, background information provided and a description of the solution given, along with how it was derived.
A case study can be written to encourage the reader to come up with his or her own solution or to review the solution that was already implemented or to modify an existing solution to make it better.
The goal of the writer is to give the reader experiences similar to those the writer had as he or she researched and navigated the situation presented to arrive at an acceptable solution.
HOW TO WRITE A CASE STUDY
Several steps must be taken before actually writing anything:
Describe Situation/Problem: Choose the situation on which to write
Background: Gather as much information as possible about the situation
Background:Analyze all of the elements surrounding the situation
Describe the Solution: Determine the final solution to be implemented
Analyze the Results of the Solution: Gather information about why the solution worked or did not work. Evaluate the findings or solution to the situation/problem.
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A thorough case analysis thus has several phases
A, define the problem.
B), List assumptions made,
c) Explore alternative solutions including consideration of costs and benefits
d) Develop three alternative action plans
e) Choose one of the plans to implement that can best resolve the issue most appropriately
f) Design accountability structures and processes to assess the outcomes
g) Ensure the resolution is effective and sustained/sustainable.
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