Case Study- Problems Faced by Huawei Company

Analyzing the problems faced by Huawei company: A Case study

This is a case study based on one published article which discuss about the problems faced by Huawei company in China. You will make this article as a baseline and prepare a case study analyze the company problems.  You will suppose your role as company CEO or Board Member or Outside consultant.  the case study is about what problem you observe faced by Huawei company as CEO OR as board member or as outside consultant. Your job is the problem identification and to propose  solutions the problem. this should be based on the article (attached) which state that what problems recently faced by Huawei due to American cold war. How can you you identify a different problem and what solutions you have for the company. You have to follow the following instructions very strictly.  How to write a case When analyzing cases.

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It is important to isolate critical facts, evaluate whether assumptions are useful or faulty. And distinguish between good and bad information.Cases are to be written in essay format, not point form. When you use tools that require extensive analysis (like the Five Forces, Shared Value Creation or Stakeholder Theory), do the work in an appendix and only talk about the most relevant findings in the body of the text (i.e. the industry forces or stakeholders that matter most to the development of your analysis). Every case should include each of the following steps (but not as subject headers – incorporate them into a narrative): 1) Identify your role: CEO? Board member? Outside consultant? Etc. One sentence max. 2) Identify the problem: Write a concise problem statement. This should just be one or two sentences, and appear at the very beginning of your work.

Use it as a reference point as you proceed through the analysis. The process of thinking about possible solutions may lead you away from the initial problem. Don’t fall into this trap. Make sure your recommendation actually addresses the problem you have identified. There generally is not one “correct” problem to be identified. Instead, you are graded based on how well you analyze and solve the problem you chose to work with. 3) Conduct your analysis: Use the analytical tools from the course reading.

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