The final project for this course is the creation of a case study analysis.
Through the practice of analysis and application of human behavior theories and concepts, you will develop your critical thinking skills and the ability to properly diagnose root causes of organizational issues while recommending solutions that create sustainable positive change within an organization
You will analyze the case study entitled “Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant: Motivating in Good Times and Bad,” which you purchased from Harvard Business Review as part of your required resources. The case study will present a list of known organizational issues. You will apply knowledge of human behavior theories and concepts to properly identify and analyze the multiple root causes of the organizational issues from a human behavior perspective. Your analysis will include an examination of the resulting impact of relevant theories and concepts
Prompt: For Milestone Two, you will review the Engstrom Auto Mirror Plan, looking specifically at organizational issues. The following critical elements must be addressed:
II. Root Cause Case Study Analysis
a) Identify root causes of known organizational issues from a human behavior perspective.
b) Analyze root causes from a human behavior perspective and validate the analysis with supportive research evidence.
c) Explain the resulting impact of poorly aligned and administered human behavior theories and concepts
Guidelines for Submission: Your paper should be submitted as a 3–4-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman Font, one-inch margins, and all sources cited in APA format. Use in-text citations beyond Newstrom’s text. Avoid overdependence on direct quotes