There are no exact answers or perfect solutions to a case problem. Indeed, each recommended solution and justification can and is usually different comparatively amongst a group of respondents. The solution must fit the case and must be vigorously supported. The problem statement, analysis, selected solution, and especially the justification of the selected solution, are all critical elements in the case method. There are no short cuts to case presentations but a formalized methodology that enables the case presenter the optimal way to solve the case problem.
Introduction – Explanation of the problem
Analysis – Introduce outside resources based on the problem
Solution – Answers to the questions in paragraph form
Justification – Link the analysis to the solution
Summary – Conclusion of ideas
Appendix – Answers to accounting problems dealing with numbers

Type of service: Dissertation Services
Type of assignment: Dissertation
Subject: Pedagogy
Pages/words: 10/2750
Number of sources: 20
Academic level: Doctoral
Paper format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English

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