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The objective of the Course Project is to provide you with practice in creating, justifying, and explaining a decision-making proposal. All elements involved in the creation of this proposal, from problem definition through action plan, must be covered. Further, the proposal, as constructed, must meet the tests of any sound business plan, namely that it has specific and measurable goals and objectives, clearly defined activities, stipulated time frames during which those activities will take place, and clearly defined measurable outcomes.
The subject matter of your paper should be business-oriented in nature and should avoid decisions that depend largely on intuition to solve.
Although the length of the paper is not predetermined, a 10–15 page analysis, including data and appendices, is probably correct. You will also share a summary PowerPoint presentation with fellow students during the Week 6 Discussion.
The Final Course Project Proposal with the PowerPoint presentation is due by the end of Week 7 (graded).
Required Outline
The following outline is required for your Course Project.
Executive Summary (less than one page)
This summary is a short, carefully worded description of the problem situation that identifies the recommended solution. A brief justification and explanation of the selection method is to be included, highlighting factors that contributed to selecting the recommended alternative.
Decision Problem Overview
Describe the nature and scope of the decision problem selected, its history together with causes, and the outcomes of any previous attempts to deal with it.
In order to define the problem correctly, the following questions should be addressed.
• What is the general nature of the problem?
• What event triggered the situation?
• Are we imposing any constraints on the situation?
• What are the underlying elements of the problem?
• Are there dependencies on other decisions?
Briefly introduce the key decision elements—objectives, alternatives, consequences, and uncertainties; details are to be discussed in the following sections.
Objectives Statement