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OUTLINE FOR CASE ANALYSIS AND REPORTS FOR TATA MOTOR

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2200 words essay on Tata Motors. Essay should talk about source problems, secondary problems, analysis, critieria of evaluation, alternatives, recommendations and justification of recommendations. Chicago style. About 20 references with least 5 peer-reviewed journal articles Outline and guide is in the attachment. Plagiarism-free. **Please provide a draft** OUTLINE FOR CASE ANALYSIS AND REPORTS FOR TATA MOTOR 1.0 Source Problems: (MAJOR PROBLEM) can be taken from newspaper or any case study This is a general statement of the underlying, fundamental problem or core issue. It is important to distinguish between symptoms of the problem, and the problem itself. Frequently the source problem precedes the current problems in the case. (one short paragraph) (medical example: tonsillitis) 2.0 Secondary Problems: These are more specific, current and observable problems and derive from the source problem. They frequently are the problems immediately evident in the case. Do not write three sections: all problems should be listed under short or long term. (Three quarters of a page). (medical example: fever, loss of appetite, cough) etc. not generating enough profit List 3 secondary problem which leads to 1 major problem and explain Short Term: Current problems of recent origin, which can be solved within a period of months without major commitments of capital, technology, finance or managerial effort. (business example: overstocking, high prices, labour shortage) 2.1 2.2 2.3 Long Term: Problems which have existed for years, and which involve long-term trends in the internal or external environment. They will reuire solutions spread over a period longer than, say, a year, and may demand major allocations of capital, technology, finance and managerial effort. (business example: obsolete products, out-pf-date production process technology, lack of adequate plant capacity) 2.4 2.5 3.0 Analysis: (SWOT & PESTLE) Case facts which are crucial to the problems as defined are called “evidence”. They should not be mere repetition of case facts, but should rather reflect the processes of evaluation, synthesis, careful interpretation and insight. The analyst should “read between the lines”. This might involve the calculation of financial rations, trend lines, growth rates, etc. in order to reorganise data to yield not-so-obvious facts. These “new” facts can be used as case evidence in support of problem definitions and proposed solutions. Economic, financial and marketing data should be analysed. Theory, concepts, models and research evidence should be used as key to open the case. “Course language” should be integrated with “case language”. High marks require skilful integration of concepts and case evidence. This section should comprise 50% of the report. (three pages) 4.0 Criteria of Evaluation: Goals (Objectives/Performance Targets/KPI’S/Decision Criteria), and Their Time Frames. ( Look for past financial reports) Clear, concise statement of the goals, standards, targets or objectives that the analyst will use to measure the effectiveness of alternatives considered. Alternatives are tested against these criteria to assess their effectiveness in solving the problem. This is a statement of what you want to accomplish; alternatives describe how you plan to accomplish it. These are decision rules or decision criteria. Examples: a 10%return on investment by 2012; a 25% share of the medium car market segment by 2011; elimination of industrial strikes for at least a two-year period. Criteria should look like table 2.3 Some Typical Business Objectives in Hofer’s reference at ECMS. (half page) Set target for 3 years, 2016,2017,2018 5.0 Alternatives: A comprehensive listing of all major feasible courses of action open to the decision-maker. The analyst should avoid repetition and duplication. Usually

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