Research the two (2) alternatives (i.e. possible solutions) that youve identified in your Part 1 Evaluation of Alternatives section. Record bibliographic information during research.
Example: You might research other organizations that have attempted similar solutions to the problem you have identified and explore the results of those experiments.
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Use what you discover in your research to evaluate each alternative by each of your five (5) criteria.
Example: If your research revealed that four companies similar to yours increased productivity after allowing their workers to telework from home three days per week, you might conclude that one of your suggested alternatives â€“ in this case, the option to telework from home three days per week â€“ satisfies one of your criterion of Productivity as a high-potential solution to a problem youve identified (of decreased worker morale and productivity at Does Electronics). However, additional research might frustrate a recommendation of this alternative if it is found to fall short of other criteria while a second alternative fares better. For instance, a telework alternative might be found to be too costly to implement; too frustrating for consumers who prefer daily, in-person customer service; or too divergent from the companys brand, Always there for you!
Organize the assignment by your criteria. Explain in narrative form how each of your two (2) alternatives stacks up against your first criterion. Next, explain how each alternative stacks up against your second criterion, etc.
Example: An abbreviated outline of what this longer section might look like based on the above example is below (Note: Only the first two  of five  required criteria are included to give you a feel for the structure). Your researched findings, represented as circled bullets below, should be explained in two to five (2-5) sentences. Include in-text citations and follow up with References in APA style