Six Step Case Analysis Process
First, the selection process will take place. Jesus selected His disciples from every aspect of life. He selected a tax collector, fishermen, and various other men to use as examples, to teach them, and to train them so that they would carry on after He completed His mission. He researched and analyzed their lives and chose them according to their character. Jesus considered the relevant information, just as I would research the data, analyze the data, and finally, I would select the data that would Be relevant to the company’s case. The next step is the preface/introduction. The preface is just like an abstract that entails a brief description of the company, its product(s), its motive, and its characteristics. The introduction entails what will be discussed in the report such as a briefing of the company’s history, its product(s), finances (past & present), number of employees, etc. Also the number of employees and the company’s headquarters and regional locations will be discussed. On pages 97-98, the section discusses alternatives that Jesus used to solve issues that no one else thought could be solved. The section discusses the story of Jesus raising Lazarus and Tabitha from the dead. He did not like using the term “dead”. Instead, He referred to their deaths as being asleep. He encouraged the people and gave them hope. He let them know that everything is not as bad as it seems. Jesus taught that there are two sides to every story and the people should view situations from a positive standpoint. The same thing should be presented when analyzing a company’s case. There is an alternative solution for every issue that lies within a company.
Prayer is the key to a lot of problems being solved. Jesus prayed for His children (Israel) because He loved them so much. No matter how much they complained and rebelled against His Word, He was willing to work with them and give them a chance to straighten up and live...
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