Learning Goal: I’m working on a management case study and need an explanation to

Learning Goal: I’m working on a management case study and need an explanation to help me learn.This week we will analyze a case study by Cate Reavis and Deborah Ancona, titled Robin Chase, Zipcar and an Inconvenient DiscoverySUMMARYIn October 2000, with just a couple of weeks, until the three-month-old car-sharing startup closed on its first round of funding, Zipcar co-founder Robin Chase made an alarming discovery: the amount of revenue that Zipcars had generated for the month of September was half of what she estimated. After spending the previous 10 months networking, building a team, overseeing technology development, seeking funding, and otherwise navigating the confusing maze of twists and turns that entrepreneurs face in launching new ventures this was one set-back she was not expecting. The question facing Chase was what could and should she do to set the company on a profitable course and fast while safeguarding the company’s developing relationship with its 430 members.Learning ObjectiveTo introduce students to the MIT Sloan 4 Capabilities Leadership Framework as a way to evaluate a leader’s strengths and weaknesses;
highlight the challenges and trade-offs entrepreneurs face in launching new ventures.
Instructions:Follow guidelines for writing a case study analysis are provided in the Course Resource module. These guidelines were adopted from the Ashford University Writing Center
Case analysis report must be written according to APA standards.
Attached is a 19 page complete case study on her.
Also attached is a previous case I’ve done on CODES OF ETHICS paper that you can reference from to complete this week’s case.
Your final analysis must include the following aspects. Who is Robin Chase
Describe how she took on the various challenges
How would you describe her leadership style
What should she do? Explain in detail your reasons why you chose your answer.
Case Study Analysis Grading Rubric CRITERION STRONG 3 Points AVERAGE 2 Points WEAK 1 Point SORE Identification Of Main Issues/Problems Identifies and Demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the main issues/problems in the case study. Identifies and Demonstrates an accomplished understanding of most of the issues/problems. Identifies and demonstrates Acceptable understanding of some of the issues/problems in the case study. Analysis And Evaluation of Issues/Problems Presents an insightful And thorough Analysis of all Identified issues/problems; Includes all Necessary calculations. Presents a thorough Analysis of most Of the issues identified; missing some necessary calculations. Presents a Superficial or Incomplete analysis of Some of the Identified issues; Omits necessary calculations. Recommendations on Effective Solutions/ Strategies/Biblical Perspective Supports diagnosis And opinions With strong Arguments and Well documented evidence; presents a balanced and critical view; presents a biblical perspective; interpretation is both reasonable and objective. Supports diagnosis And opinions with Limited reasoning And evidence; Presents a somewhat one sided argument; presents a biblical perspective; demonstrates little engagement with ideas presented. Little or no Action suggested, and/or inappropriate solutions proposed to the issues in the case study. Links to Course Readings and Additional Research Makes appropriate and Powerful connections between identified issues/ problems and the strategic concepts studied in the program/ course readings and lectures; supplements case study with relevant and thoughtful research and documents all sources of information. Makes appropriate But somewhat Vague connections Between identified issues/problems and concepts studied in program/ course readings and lectures; demonstrates limited command of the analytical tools studied; supplements case study with limited research. Makes inappropriate or little connection Between issues Identified and The concepts Studied in the program/course readings; supplements case study, if at all, with incomplete research and documentation. Writing Mechanics And Formatting Guidelines Demonstrates clarity, conciseness and correctness; formatting is appropriate and writing is free of grammar and spelling errors based on APA style manual Occasional grammar Or spelling errors, But still a clear Presentation of ideas; lacks Organization based on APA style manual Writing is unfocused, rambling, or contains serious errors; poorly organized and does not follow specified guidelines based on APA style manual.
Requirements: Everything should be listed above.

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