Task 1.1: Case study Proposal (W1)Assessment type: Discussion forumDescription: Develop the proposed title of the Case StudyTask 1.2: Case study – Draft 1 (W3) Assessment type: Discussion forumDescription: Develop the table of contents of the Case Study ProposalTask 1.3: Case Study Analysis (W5)Assessment type: Written assignmentDescription: Develop the related literature review of the Case StudyINSTRUCTIONSMain taskStudents will develop the related literature review of the Case Study. The purpose of a literature review in a case studyWhen you write a case study, you must conduct a literature review to situate your research within existing knowledge. The literature review gives you a chance to:Demonstrate your familiarity with the topic and its scholarly contextDevelop a theoretical framework and methodology for your researchPosition your case study in relation to other researchers and theoristsShow how your research addresses a gap or contributes to a debateEvaluate the current state of research and demonstrate your knowledge of the scholarlydebates around your topicFulfill the following elements for your literature review of the case study:Step 1 – Search for relevant literature. Step 2 – Evaluate and select sourcesStep 3 – Identify themes, debates, and gaps Step 4 – Outline your literature review’s structure Step 5 – Write your literature reviewFormatYour submission must meet the following formatting requirements:Submit one file only.Required file format for main submission: PDF.Additional file format for additional deliverables: PDF.Additional file requirements: Type additional requirement info or “None”.Other details:Font size 12Double-spacedNumber of words: 1000All refencing and citations require Harvard referencing style.Task 2.1: Case study – Draft 2 (W7) Assessment type: Discussion forumDescription: List related references using the Harvard Reference System as well the citations for the case study accordinglyTask 2.2: Case study (W9)Assessment type: Written assignmentDescription: Develop the final submission of the case studyINSTRUCTIONSMain taskStudents will develop the final submission of the case studyThe case studies generally follow a typical structure, which means that they have a beginning, middle and end. Consider it a “before and after” snapshot of a client’s business – with citations, references, and academic background theory, and research data.Business case studies are often developed by the marketing team and delivered to the sales team and publish to the website or well-known blog platforms. Furthermore, sales department can use the case study to arrange a meeting with prospective clients.Elements of a case study• Executive Summaryo ProblemStatemento Recommendationo SupportingArgumentsandEvidence o Conclusion• Introductiono Introductorysentenceo Problemstatemento Detailsabouttheproblem(sticktodetailsthatrelatetoyourrecommendation)▪ Who is the most important decision-makers? Stakeholders? ▪ What are the most important issues?▪ Why is this problem occurring? What are the root causes? Underlying factors?▪ When does this decision need to be made by? What is the decision timeline? Due date?o Outlineorroadmapoftheremainderofthereport• Analysiso Anexaminationoftheproblemo Applycourseconceptsortheoriestotheproblemtoprovideinsightintocausesandeffectso Concludewithasummaryofwhatyouranalysishasrevealed• Alternatives and Decision Criteriao Presentingallviable,mutuallyexclusivesolutionstotheproblem.o Outliningthecriteriathatwillbesystematicallyappliedtodeterminethebestsolutionto the problem• Recommendations and Implementation Plano Detailedexplanationofwhatyourrecommendationentails.Whatisitthatwillbe done? What specific steps will be involved? What equipment or expertise will be needed?o Explanationofyourimplementationplan,including:▪ Who will be responsible for what part of the implementation plan?▪ When will the different parts of the recommendation be implemented? Short-,medium-, and long-term implementation plan?▪ What will the cost be of these required actions?▪ What will the impact of this recommendation be on other parts of theorganization?▪ What could go wrong, and what contingency plans are in place?• Conclusiono Summary sentence that explains what we have learned from the reporto Oneortwoimpactfulandmemorablestatementstoconcludeyourreport(whatisthemost important thing that the organization should take away from the report?) • References Citing SourcesFormatYour submission must meet the following formatting requirements:Submit one file only.Required file format for main submission: PDF.Additional file format for additional deliverables: PDF.Additional file requirements: Type additional requirement info or “None”.Other details:Font size 12Double-spacedNumber of words: 1000All refencing and citations require Harvard referencing style.