Please find the attached rubric and the case. The individual case analysis assi
Please find the attached rubric and the case. The individual case analysis assignment measures your analytical thinking, communication, and writing skills. The assignment will be evaluated by the Critical Thinking Rubric found in Blackboard under the Syllabus & Course Documents tab. The assignment should be between 8-12 pages in APA format, double spaced, in Times New Roman 12-point font and with a 1” margin. Please include a title page and a reference page (not part of the 8 – 12 pages). The paper should include at least 6 references (one being the case), with in-text citations. The individual case for this semester is Leading Corporate Renewal: Selim Bassoul at Middleby Corporation. SafeAssign will check the paper for plagiarism. You will be allowed to see the SafeAssign results before submission, so you can adjust the paper. Any references or facts not cited will be counted as plagiarism. Points will be given or deducted based on style as well as the content. A paper with spelling, grammatical, and typing errors will not receive full credit, regardless of content. Also, any text, table, chart, graph, etc. taken from another source (including a web page) that is not properly cited will be treated as plagiarism. If you are not sure what plagiarism is and how to avoid it, please refer to an expert source, such as “A Writer’s Reference” by Diana Hacker. SafeAssign will check the paper for plagiarism. You will be allowed to see the SafeAssign results before submission, so you can adjust the paper. Any references or facts not cited will be counted as plagiarism. Points will be given or deducted based on style as well as the content. A paper with spelling, grammatical, and typing errors will not receive full credit, regardless of content. Also, any text, table, chart, graph, etc. taken from another source (including a web page) that is not properly cited will be treated as plagiarism. If you are not sure what plagiarism is and how to avoid it, please refer to an expert source, such as “A Writer’s Reference” by Diana Hacker.

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