The Illinois Tool Works effective case analysis writing

This is an assignment that focuses on the Illinois Tool Works effective case analysis. The paper also contains instruction for an effective writing of the case analysis.

The Illinois Tool Works effective case analysis

Prepare an Effective Case Analysis on Illinois Tool Works (separate attachment). I also provided instructions from the professor of writing an effective case analysis, for understanding the class format.  As a note I will ensure that the references can be found and tie into what was written, this has been a problem in the past.
I. Strategic Profile and Case Analysis Purpose      II. Situation Analysis           A. General environment analysis           B. Industry analysis           C. Competitor analysis           D. Internal analysis      III. Identification of Environmental Opportunities and Threats and Firm Strengths and also Weaknesses (SWOT Analysis)
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The case analysis outline is as follows: I. Strategic Profile and Case Analysis Purpose. II. Situation Analysis

A. Firstly, general environment analysis          B. Secondly, industry analysis          C. Thirdly, competitor analysis          D. Fourthly, internal analysis     III. Identification of Environmental Opportunities and Threats, and Firm Strengths and Weaknesses (SWOT Analysis)     IV. Strategy Formulation           A. Strategic alternatives           B. Alternative evaluation           C. Alternative choice     V. Strategic Alternative Implementation           A. Action items           B. Action plan

Below are the submission guidelines for the assignment. Ensure that you also follow them carefully before you submit your paper.

Firstly, the paper should be at least 10 pages – page limit of content (excluding title page, abstract, appendix, references)
Secondly, use Times New Roman font size 12, 1.5 line-spaced, 1-inch margins
Thirdly, ensure that the whole assignment follows the APA format for title page and references
Fourthly, the analysis should include all the required areas while being well-organized, well-written, persuasive, and concise (Class Rubric below)
Lastly, the analysis should demonstrate the correct form, spelling, grammar, sentence structure, and communication skills (Class Rubric below)

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