This is the final project before we end the course. 1) Read the information provided and the Hammond article about the case study method. 2) Carefully study the following case study: Enterprise Finance Case Study 3) Write an analysis of the case study incorporating the course learning objectives (A) and case study questions (B). Use the case study questions as an outline and apply concepts from the case and course learning objections. You may suggest financial tools that would be useful for this analysis, without fully completing every idea. double spaced. A) Course learning objectives: 1. Read financial statements, interpret business news, use appropriate business and economic terminology, prepare effective management reports, and deliver convincing verbal and digital presentations. 2. Use economic and business concepts, models, and quantitative data to interpret, analyze, & plan. 3. Evaluate competing options and reflect on ethical implications to support management decisions. 4. Recognize and articulate the perspectives of multiple constituencies in a global context with a focus on the creation of value. 5. Apply conceptual tools to management situations. B) Case Study Questions: · What is the situation and what do you actually know about it from reading the case? · What issues are at stake? · What questions do you have and what information do you still need? Where and how could you find it? (most important questions) · What problems need to be solved? · What are all the possible options? What are the pros and cons of each option? What are the underlying assumptions for the parties in the case and where do you see them? · What criteria should you use when choosing an option? What does that mean about your assumptions? Case Method The case method is a teaching approach that uses decision-forcing cases to put students in the role of people who were faced with difficult decisions at some point in the past. It developed during the course of the twentieth-century from its origins in the casebook method of teaching law pioneered by Harvard legal scholar Christopher C. Langdell. In sharp contrast to many other teaching methods, the case method requires that instructors refrain from providing their own opinions about the decisions in question. Rather, the chief task of instructors who use the case method is asking students to devise, describe, and defend solutions to the problems presented by each case. Business Case Study: Please note that you will not be required to conduct an actual business case study, but rather, you will be analyzing an already completed business case study in the Harvard Business School case study format. Please read Hammond’s classic article on this subject. Learning by the case method (Harvard Business School, Hammond, 1976).