Case Study Report

Case Study Report
Case Study Report
Case Study Report: Composing The Case Study

Generally, case study report format is extensively descriptive, with the most problematic issue often referred to as being the determination of the right combination of description and analysis. Typically, authors address each step of the research process, and attempt to give the reader as much context as possible for the decisions made in the research design and for the conclusions drawn.
Case Study Report: Structure
Introduction serves to provide necessary information to your reader for better understanding and comprehension of the report. State here the objective and purpose of the report, briefly outline the problems. Make clear how the report is organized.
Approach of methodology. In this part discuss how the investigation was carried out, explain your methodology, justify your choice of analysis tools, refer to theories and relevant publications.
Data analysis and findings. If you are dealing with two or three issues, it may make sense to group the analysis, findings and recommendations on one issue together before taking the next. Make a systematic analysis of the data in the case that will employ each of the elements of relevant theory you have being taught. Explain the relevant parts of this analysis to answer the questions you have being set.
In the conclusion, restate the aim of the case study report. State how you have achieved it. Present the main findings and key recommendations in a summarized form for the readers benefit. Restate the limitations of the report.

In your case study report, think hard about your conclusions and recommendations. Be sure that you really demonstrated them, backing up your reasoning with hard evidence from the case study. Allow yourself to be swayed by the opinions of the organizations’ own managers; they have a vested interest in showing their actions in the best possible light. However, you do not have to agree.

Make sure that in developing recommendations you have considered the alternatives, made it clear why the recommendation you have chosen is the best of the available alternatives. That means showing what is wrong with the others. Look at the downside of your proposals. Try to avoid proposals that would bankrupt the company if they failed, or which can be easily copied by the competition.

Case Study Report 8.9 of 10 on the basis of 1955 Review.