Write your case analysis in essay style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure to address each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of one paragraph to answer each question, two if necessary.

For this module, you will complete an analysis of the following from the “Cases” section of your textbook: •Case 1: Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARD.0pt;margin-bottom:.0001pt;line-height:99%;mso-pagination:none;
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309 – Case Analysis Guidelines and RubricThis course contains five Case Analysis
assignments. You should begin working on these early. It is very important to
focus on continuous improvement throughout the course. Failure to make
corrections based on the instructor’s feedback for each case analysis will
result is a significantly lower score in subsequent case. Therefore, based on
the instructor’s feedback on each case, you are expected to exhibit continuous
improvement in each of the following cases.There
are basic rules about a case analysis to follow. First, do not submit them in
question and answer format which is not appropriate for case analyses. Your
case analyses must be composed in essay format and adhere to the following APA
style and formatting guidelines, which will help ensure a solid grade on your
first case analysis.
Include
a title page containing case name, course identification, date, your name,
and your instructor’s name.
An
abstract is not necessary in a short case analysis.

Write your case analysis in essay
style with a tabbed first line in each paragraph. Make sure to address
each case question thoroughly. You are suggested to commit a minimum of
one paragraph to answer each question, two if necessary.

The
content of your analysis must be at least 1,000 words. This does not
include the title page, main document, and sources in the Reference
section.

The case analysis must include at
least three heading sections such as Introduction or Background, Current
Issues or Issues Addressed, and Conclusion or Recommendations. The names
of the headings are at your discretion but must help the reader better
understand your analysis.

The document must be double-spaced,
the font must be in Arial, Courier, or Times New Roman, and the font size
must be 12-point. There should be no extra white space anywhere in your
document which includes line breaks and/or page breaks. The document must
have one inch margins all around.

Include
a References section with your sources. Do not use the terms Bibliography
or Works Cited.

Include and cite at least three
scholarly sources for each case, and list these in the References section.
There must also be at least five citations throughout your document with
at least one being a “direct quote.”
The
aforementioned items must be followed in all assigned cases. Not adhering to
these guidelines will result in deductions from your overall score. Hence, all
of the aforementioned factors are used in grading your cases. Additionally, the
rubric on the following page will be used to grade your case analysis. You are
strongly recommended to print this document for reference.
Submit
the assigned Case Analysis to the Dropbox no later than Sunday 11:59 PM
EST/EDT of the module in which it is due. (Each Dropbox basket is linked to
Turnitin.)