|Students will reflect upon the course content, class discussions, assignments, lectures, and supplemental readings in addressing the case study. The case study has been provided by the publisher (see the case found in the appendix of the text, on page 484). The first case study is Case 1: What else can go wrong? which can be found on page 484. The case is brief in nature, while offering an excellent opportunity to apply knowledge gained in the assigned readings. The case is supplemented by specific discussion questions that should be addressed by the students’ analyses. Students must summarize the case, answer the discussion questions provided in the case, and make recommendations where appropriate. In doing so, students should offer responses that convey their understanding of, and ability to apply, the concepts and insight offered during the course. In doing so, students should develop a paper of at least 3 pages in length and should leverage content from the assigned readings, supplemental readings of the student’s choosing, experiences, and class discussions. Papers should be double-spaced, use 12-point font, and utilize one-inch margins. Students citing outside sources should follow APA formatting guidelines. In order to earn the maximum available points for this case study, students must: Convey an understanding of course content in developing their response. Provide a sufficient level of depth and content in responding to each question. Provide a clear and cogent treatment of each topic needed to answer the questions. Provide a response that is well-written and presented with excellent grammar and formatting.