Case Study Analysis Writing – What Is It?

Case study analysis writing is an essential component in professional HR research and development. So, how does it differ from other types of writing? What can it offer that is different from standard academic, government, or business writing? Let’s explore.

If you are unfamiliar with the term, academic literature generally refers to research performed within an academic setting. That is, it is a form of written documentation used to present findings from scholarly research projects. It is typically submitted for publication in academic journals.

Some academic literature is more than merely an opportunity to present findings in a research project. The analysis can be used as part of a presentation to illustrate what the researcher discovered and how it relates to the topic of the project. This is referred to as “presentation-style” research.

In case study analysis writing, the researcher presents findings based on the outcome of the research. Therefore, it can be thought of as an extension of “presentation-style” research by providing the reader with some information to follow along with in order to fully understand the project.

Another style of writing that is also very similar to other academic types of writing is government or business writing. It typically pertains to documenting and disseminating information regarding a specific type of event or situation.

For example, business papers could refer to a project like, “A Case Study on the Effectiveness of a New Employee Relations Program.” A government paper could provide an example of a report that details how the corporate taxpayer will be helped by a specific tax legislation.

The first form of analysis writing I have identified is usually referred to as “presentation-style” research. To better explain, in this type of research the researcher takes an existing document and re-expresses it in a new format.

For example, “A Case Study on the Effectiveness of a New Employee Relations Program” can be described as a research report that presents its findings. However, it was written based on the report that was already in existence. This means that the presentation-style version of the research project, with its introduction and conclusion, is simply a written summary of the original report.

The second form of analysis writing is “case study” analysis writing. With this type of writing, the goal is to create a fictional “expert” voice that is used to explain the research. In case study analysis writing, the researcher uses a fictional case to present the findings and the end result.

In this type of writing, the researcher reads a case, which is called a case, and analyzes the case. Then, the author explains the findings from the case based on the findings. The report generally follows the author’s analysis, explaining how the author arrived at their conclusions.

In case study analysis writing, the conclusion includes how the findings fit with the rest of the report. For example, a “Case Study on the Effectiveness of a New Employee Relations Program” might contain a conclusion that is structured to conclude with the following: “Based on our results, we can see that our employee relations program is effective at improving the relationships between employees and management. We can also see that this program helps to reduce the turnover rate among employees by forty percent.”

Case study analysis writing can be used to present a series of findings or an overview of the project. This type of writing can highlight a specific problem within a company or the impact of a particular change within a company. It can also be used to explain why some things are best done differently or to recommend changes that have been made to a particular company or industry.