Beijing EAPS Case Study

Beijing EAPS Case Study

• Who is the protagonist? • What are his or her objectives (implicit or explicit)? • What decisions (implicit or explicit) must I make? • What problems, opportunities, and risks do I (as the protagonist) face? • What evidence do I have to help make the decision? Is the evidence reliable and unbiased? Can I improve it? • What alternative courses of action are available? • What criteria should I use to judge the alternatives? • What action should I take? • How should I convince others in the case and in the classroom that my approach is the best? • What did I learn from this case? • How does it relate to past cases and my own ‘live’ experiences?1