You are required to analyze this week’s case study and submit a two- to three-page paper addressing the key questions identified. Remember that all case studies present both too much and too little information. There may be information presented that is not really relevant, and there may be scant information about a key area. This analysis does require interpretation of the information, and there is not one right answer. However, you must explain and defend any assumptions you made, or conclusions resulting from your analysis, with citations from the text or from the case itself. There is no need to research outside sources for this paper.
Refer to this week's Case Study page for the Assignment Guidelines and Grading Rubric.