These issues need to be discussed and related to the academic literature and/or research findings on the topic and conclusions then drawn about why the situation Occurred and how best to respond to it. A case study is a way to apply the theoretical knowledge gained from the academic literature to real life situations that you may encounter in your work. Writing a case study response enables you toBefore you start writing, you need to carefully read the case study and make a note of the main issues and problems involved as well as the main stakeholders (persons or groups of persons who have an interest in the case). A case study response would include the following elements: Introduce the main purpose of the case study and briefly outline the overall problem to be solved. Write a brief description of the case under discussion giving an outline of the main issues involved. Always assume that your reader knows nothing of the assignment task and provide enough information to give a context for your discussion of the issues. Discuss the issues raised one by one, using information gained from your research of the academic literature. Your discussion may include: Finally, sum up the conclusions that you have come to and give recommendations to resolve the case. A case study is a description of a real life problem or situation which requires you to analyse the main issues involved. Give reasons for your recommendations. This work is licensed under a. QUT acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands where QUT now stands.