Project #80106 - Brazil Assignment

ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION DUe:  tHURSDAY, aUGUST 27, 2015 by 5:00pm eastern standard time.

this is the name of the book used for the brazil questions below:

Hitt, M., Ireland, R., & Hoskisson, R. (2011). Strategic Management Inputs. In Strategic management: Competitiveness & Globalization: Concepts and cases (10th ed., p. 8). Mason, Ohio: South-Western Cengage Learning.

 

 

To learn to apply business concepts in a variety of actual decision situations, you will analyze, discuss, and prepare recommendations for several real-world business cases. The cases will offer you a variety of opportunities to apply business strategy concepts.

 

For this assignment, watch the video 60 Minures on CBS News: Brazil's Booming Economy retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch? Write a case study analysis that includes the following: 

 

Write a summary of the information presented in the case study.

Answer the questions located in the textbook and the following question (Questions attached, pg 27-28)

How can you apply the lessons from the video case study to your current organization?

 

The case study analysis should be 2–3 pages in length, double-spaced, and in APA format.
 

 Note:  Please do not forget to cite references.


Case Study: Levels of Review

Your case study must be reviewed and analyzed according to the levels of review listed below. Each successive level represents higher analysis and critical thinking.

1. Descriptive Summary: This step involves listing the major "facts" presented by the case. The purpose is to systematically summarize the facts.

Note: This step should not constitute the majority of the paper. List only the facts that are most relevant to your analysis.

2. General Analysis: Determine what you believe to be the one root problem, and state it clearly in one sentence. The obvious problem or the problem stated by the characters in the case is often not a real problem or not the most basic problem.

The second part of this step is to attempt to analyze why the problem exists. This analysis can often lead you to recognize more basic problems. Also note the importance of seeking multiple causes of the problem and not just a single cause.

3. Additional Information Needed: The case may not give all the information needed to make a sound decision. But a thorough analysis at least includes the recognition of what you would do in a real situation and an explicit statement of any assumptions you are making about such data.

4. Possible Solutions: It is easy to settle for one or two solutions. Instead, you should adopt a "brainstorming" approach, which focuses on thinking up a number of possibilities, with little concern if some are "far out."

5. Consequences: The word "consequences" is intended to be neutral and includes both positive as well as negative results. Too often, we settle for just one or the other, whereas most decisions have both "costs and benefits." Identifying "costs" can also suggest ways to modify an alternative so as to reduce the costs. Also seek more than one consequence.

6. Recommendations: Here we come to the point of choice. Which alternative do you choose, and why? It should also explicitly state assumptions you are making.

7. Future implications: A case may often give emphasis to a theoretical concept. It may add a further insight to the meaning or limitation of some theoretical concept. It may raise issues that warrant further thought. It may directly suggest new concepts or hypotheses worth applying in the future.


 

 

Subject Business
Due By (Pacific Time) 08/27/2015 05:00 pm
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