Case Study Paper Instructions Case studies are an important part of most graduate programs as they reveal more readily the concept or theory discussed in a real-world context. Consider the chapters you have read from Hess & Cameron that present a case study of an organization. In each of these chapters, the way organizations incorporate various values is described in real-world scenarios. This helps us see how the value, reactions to the value, and outcomes from demonstrating the value might be displayed—and thus, presents a rich case for learning best practices. For your Case Study Paper, approach the assignments as an addition to Hess & Cameron as you will select an organization and review a biblical value that the organization has displayed. Remember, just as Hess & Cameron demonstrate, biblical values can certainly be displayed in secular workplaces; after all, all truth is God’s truth! A general format for the paper is: Title Page Abstract Introduction Background of the company selected Discussion of the biblical value Discussion of how the value is displayed Lessons learned Conclusion References The paper must be 8–10-pages (not including Title Page, Abstract, or Reference page) and must include at least 5 scholarly resources in addition to the course textbooks and the Bible. The Case Study Paper is to be written in third person and must be in current APA format.