The aim of the 1000-word assignment is to allow you to present a narrative

The aim of the 1000-word assignment is to allow you to present a narrative including: the topic, structure, background of the selected organisation and ethos, strategic purpose (mission, vision, values, etc.), external and industry analyses, internal analysis, strategic implications of the analyses, literature and reference list to constitute the final Case Study write-up for the module.
You will receive detailed formative feedback from your facilitator about the quality of your writing, level of criticality and the extent to which the assessment tasks are addressed. You are expected to fully implement facilitator’s feedback as you progressively develop your final module assessment (case study write-up).
Task:
Complete a 1000-word assignment which presents a narrative including: the topic, structure, background of the selected organisation and ethos, strategic purpose (mission, vision, values, etc.), external and industry analyses, internal analysis, strategic implications of the analyses, literature and reference list to constitute the final Case Study write-up for the module.
Guidelines:
Formatting instructions:
Please follow these formatting guidelines:
Font / Size:   Arial or Times New Roman / 12
Spacing / Sides:   1.5 / Single-Sided
Page numbers required?    Yes
Margins:    At least 2.54 to left and right and text ‘justified’
Referencing:    Full compliance with the Harvard SystemLinks to an external site. of referencing

Note:
Ensure all sources referenced in your assessment are correctly listed according to the Harvard System of referencing.
Include only sources that you have cited in the work. If you consult any sources which you have not cited, they should be listed in a Bibliography.
It is very important to use appropriate academic books/e-books and journals/e-journals as the basis for your research.
Whilst you may use the internet, take great care to ensure that the sites are valid  and appropriate for academic purposes – sites such as Wikipedia, Businessballs.com, MindTools.com etc. are inappropriate for academic research.