Explaning the context and importance of the problem, Management Theories

Decision makers often rely on what are called policy briefs to summarize information about a problem and help them make decisions.   In this exercise, you will read what is called a 'position paper,' an extended version of a policy brief, and then do the following in 3-to-4 single spaced pages:

1. Describe the problem described by the briefing author (one paragraph)

2. Explaning the context and importance of the problem (one-to-two paragraphs)

3.  Identify  the policies/policy options described in the paper (paragraph & annotated bullet list)

4. Critique the policy (If you have not written a critical analysis, to critique isn't to criticize or denigrate; it is to look at and ascertain the virtues and shortcomings of a proposal; this will take a paragraph per option)

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