case in the attachments
BRIEF problem statement followed by exploration of options with pros and cons, followed by a well-defined and well defended recommendation. A common problem is devoting too much time/effort/space to restating the problem/case facts and not enough focus on developing options and defending your recommendation. See the case questions below. These questions are intended to “jump-start” your thinking—however, the exec brief is designed to as described above, not simply answering a series of questions.
NEP: The Art and Science of Sourcing and Procurement Coal:
– How does NEP organize Sourcing and Procurement and evaluate suppliers? What other options does NEP have? Restrictions? When to continue to solicit bids? When to conduct a reverse auction? Your recommendations?