CREATED ON 9th February 2016
COMPLETED ON 10th February 2016
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Quinte MRI case study

1 side of 1 page, single-spaced, your name ONLY on the back Start with a short summary (1-2 sentences max; ~10%) describing the principal problem(s) facing the organization State your recommendation / suggested course of action (middle ~70% of the page) Briefly outline all the options available to address the problem(s) Explain why your recommended option makes the most sense; quantitative analysis can help strengthen your argument Discuss the primary risks associated with pursuing this course of action (last ~20% of the page) The strength of your analysis partly lays in your ability to recognize the weaknesses of your recommendation (no choice is flawless) Obvious risks (e.g. “demand may be too low”) are not insightful without further elaboration
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