WRITTEN ANALYSIS OF CASES
The analysis will address the case questions and be limited to four pages, printed double-spaced, plus exhibits. I will be grading your papers using the attached grading sheet with particular attention being paid to your application of course reading material and concepts to the case analysis. Written papers are due at the start of class. The cases can be analyzed individually or as a group (no more than three). If you decide to submit as a group, you have to stay with the group for the entire course. Your grade on the cases will depend on the peer evaluation of your group.
(1) Papers should be printed, double-spaced, with normal margins. The name of the case should be on the first page of the text with your names, date, and course number. An executive summary is not required nor expected.
(2) The page limit for each paper is four pages of text, plus exhibits. Note that these are maxi-
mum limits. Papers should be concise and coherent.
(3) Exhibits should contain specific types of analyses (application of a framework, table of comparisons, cost analysis, competitive features, etc.) and information (web page of firm) that supports and is relevant, but would be too detailed for the body of the paper.
(4) Please proofread/spell check your paper before turning it in. Papers for this course should be of the same quality that you would provide to the management of the business.