The case study: “Panera Bread Company (2010): Still Rising Fortunes?” Case 16 starting on page 16-1, will include a synopsis; using the Week 1 Addendum, identification of their resources, capabilities, and core competencies; and three findings of fact. Each finding of fact will require a justified solution, each a minimum of one page each. Support your recommended solutions with rational thought learned from the course material, other courses, and real-life experiences.  The paper will be double-spaced and will not exceed 10 pages in length. All I need is the three findings of fact, each with a justified solution and each a minimum of one page.Textbook is: Wheelen, Thomas L., J. David Hunger, Alan N. Hoffman, and Charles E. Bamford.  Strategic Management and Business Policy, 14th edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.
  ISBN-13: 978-0-13-312614-3Case Study Preparation
Each case study paper/presentation will contain a synopsis. A
synopsis is a brief overview of the case. A written case study
synopsis should not exceed 2-3 paragraphs.
Resources are inputs into a firm’s production process, such as
financial capital, equipment, the skills of individual employees,
patents, finance, and talented managers. Each case study
paper/presentation will contain the resources identified.
Capabilities is the capacity for a set of resources to integratively
perform a task or and activity. Through continued use, capabilities
become stronger and more difficult for competitors to understand
and imitate and usually lead to a competitive advantage. Each case
study paper/presentation will contain the capabilities identified.
Core Competencies
Core competencies is a resource and/or capability that service as a
source of competitive advantage for a firm over its rivals. A firm’s
functional skills. What the firm does better than its competitors.
Each case study paper/presentation will contain the core
competencies identified.
Findings of Fact
Findings of fact are strategic issues discussed in the case studies and
usually identify potential problem areas for the firm. Additionally,
these strategic issues are facing the firm’s strategic managers at the
end of the case’s time frame. Strategic problem statements. Each
case study paper/presentation will identify three findings of fact.
Usually the findings of fact are one to two sentences each in length.
Recommendations are directly tied to the findings of fact. For each
finding of fact, a thorough, justified, recommendation must be
provided. How are you going to rectify the strategic problems that
you have identified and why. Additionally, this section should also
include an implementation discussion. General statements and
blanket conceptual recommendations that are not fully justified
with the facts of the case, are not acceptable. The
recommendations/justifications section of the paper should be onetwo pages each in length.
Length and Format
The length for each written case study will not exceed ten pages.
Any information in excess of the ten-page limit will not be
evaluated. There is no specific format for the case studies
presentations—be creative!
You must remain within the confines of the case study data. You
cannot research the firms we analyze and re-import this data into
your submissions. The reason for this is that a case study is a
snapshot of the firm and you are analyzing the firm within this time
frame; therefore, researching the firm’s current strategic position
may cause you to recommend strategic actions that may not be
supported by the case data.
MGMT 479: Strategic Management

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