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    The fifth step in an analysis

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    The fifth step in an analysis involves making recommendations. Here, the strategic manager: 1) describes, in great detail, exactly how things will be done, 2) explains why this course of action will solve the problem, 3) provides suggestions for how best to implement the proposed solutions, and articulate the implications and risks associated with the proposed solutions.

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    This is true. There is an interesting point to note, and I notice it the most in the SW Learning textbooks. There is a slight variation on the order and number of steps in the case analysis procedure. For example, ...

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