A case study is a short description of a real business situation. Analyzing case studies gives you the opportunity to apply those concepts to real business problems. Cases are generally written for several types of analysis. Usually, there is no “right or wrong” answer. Rather, case studies provide a vehicle for you to demonstrate your understanding and ability to apply course concepts. You must use appropriate sources (properly cited) to support your position. Check your analysis by assessing how well it demonstrates your management knowledge. If your answer relies on your impressions of management prior to taking this course, it is likely that the analysis is not your best effort.
Write a paper where you are able to compare and contrast Theocratic and Secular Totalitarianism. Include the differences as well as similarities of these types of Totalitarianism, along with what it is like to do business in Totalitarian countries.
Write the case analysis in 3–4 pages in a Word document. Follow the APA style for writing, editing, and citation of sources. Submit the document to the assignment dropbox.
See the Course Calendar for the due date.
Case analysis paper will be subject to anti-plagiarism software.