Case Study Analysis

A case study analysis requires you to investigate a business problem, examine the alternative solutions, and propose the most effective solution using supporting evidence.

 

A case study analysis should include these sections:

 

I. Introduction:

  1. Short presentation of a case. 
  2. Key problems.
  3. Thesis statement representing the results of the analysis.

II. Body:

Background: 

  1. Background information and relevant facts.
  2. The major problem of the case.

Case:

  1. Possible alternatives (not necessarily all of them).
  2. Feasibility of alternatives.
  3. Limitations of alternatives/Reasons for rejecting them.

Solution: 

  1. The presentation of one realistic solution.
  2. Reasons for choosing this solution. 
  3. Support of the choice with evidence.

III. Recommendations: 

  1. Strategies to apply the solution.

      2. Recommendation for further actions.