. Your assessment should holistically educate your fellow classmates on the case/central topic – (at minimum) very brief framing of the case including identification of issue(s) and/or opportunity(s) that need to or should have been addressed, assumptions you’re making, ‘alternative’ approaches that could have/should have been pursued in addressing opportunities/issues (complete with advantages and disadvantages), your recommended course of action, and a high level implementation plan. Additionally, address any specific questions which may have been expressed at the end of the case. (refer to Case Rubric for more guidance). 1. Executive Briefing: Concise description of the situation 2. Issues and Opportunities: Identification and clarification of main issues and/or opportunities