Wells Fargo Crisis and Scandal
1. You are required to submit the case studies under the assignment links located below. Also, please submit them as Microsoft Word documents (file extension .doc) or as Rich Text File documents (file extension .rtf.) If you experience problems with attachments, let me know. Do not post case studies to the Discussion Board. I will not look for them there. Also, please remember that case studies are individually graded. When you post them on the Discussion Board, your classmates can read/copy them. That is the same as providing them a copy of your assignment and could be considered cheating.
2. Please follow the proper format for case studies as shown below.
3. What I am looking for in the summary of the case is for you to read it, analyze it, and then condense it. Include those points that are pertinent to understanding the case; omit those that are not. This is similar to an Executive Summary that you may have experienced in the business/professional world or other classes. When you have finished, the reader of your summary should have a complete understanding of the case, but with much less detail than provided by the textbook author. Your target should be a 3-5 sentence paragraph.
4. Answer the case study questions completely, form complete sentences using the doctrine provided in the chapters of the text, your analysis of the case, and your experience/judgment. If a question has more than one part, ensure you answer all of it. A response should be several sentences. Be sure to include at least one text citation from the course textbook chapters to justify your opinion in response to the questions. You are welcome to include more than one. If you are unsure how to cite, please view the information below on citations for MLA. You will also need to include a work cited page.
5. While this is not an English course, grammar/spelling/punctuation/etc. are important. Write in complete sentences and proofread your work. In the business/professional world, you are often judged by your correct use of the English language. Therefore, I take this into consideration when scoring your case studies. In that regard, don’t let your computer proofread for you. It will let you get away with “rout” when you mean “route”, “to” when you mean “too”, “manger” when you mean “manager”, etc. Be sure to capitalize “I” when referencing yourself.
6. My goal is to have case studies evaluated and grades posted at Blackboard within a week after the due date. I am usually successful in meeting this goal.
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Summary: Provide a clear, concise summary of the case. Instructor Guidelines for Case Studies.
Works Cited Page
Evaluation/Grading: Please look at Rubric Template.