You can do a Proposal, or a Case Study
Here are some interesting and useful links to help you come up with ideas and also ‘how
https://www.glassmagazine.com/article/10-most-common-problems-workplace – I really
like the ideas in this one!
https://www.scribbr.com/methodology/case-study/ – excellent to help you understand
what you have to achieve!
All the above links are good and useful – – please check them all out – all have
useful information and can spark ideas for you.
Some Ideas for Workplace Case Study Topics
• Future of Work.
• Business Communication.
• Employee Engagement.
• Remote Working.
• Team Collaboration.
Next page has a Case Study format
Case Study Format
Give a quick summary of the story you’re about to tell, including a brief overview of the problem and how
you solved it – or plan to solve it. Keep this section to 3-5 sentences.
The story you want to tell should showcase how you can provide a noteworthy solution to a particular
problem, or achieve outstanding results. In this section, describe the problem in detail. This is where you
should discuss the end goal or purpose of the project. What metrics will determine if the solution is going
to be a success? Will there any secondary objectives, and how will those be measured? What are the risks?
Tip: Use a SWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) to help assess the main
challenges and the company’s strengths and weaknesses.
What was the way you discovered a solution to the problem? Explain what steps you intend to take to
develop a solution.
You want to give a step-by-step analysis of how you are able to resolve the challenge. Include the
strategies you recommend and how they can be implemented. What makes your solution unique or best-
suited to address this particular problem?
Discuss the plan and include details of how your plan can be implemented. Does the company need to plan
any events or specific marketing campaigns to promote your solution?
Here, you want to describe in detail how your solution can help the company reach their goal. Add that you
plan to check back in a few months, after the project is finished to see where the company stands and get
more detailed results data). How well did do you think your solution addresses the initial challenge? Does
it address any secondary objectives? Do you anticipate any other unexpected positive results?