Case study : Why are we losing all our good people?

Below are links to four case studies. Each learner should select ONE case to analyze and discuss for this assignment. Be sure to read the case study, analyze it, and develop a possible solution and recommendation. The point of the analysis is to see how you structure your argument and support for your claims, strengthen your skills in critical thinking, and to encourage you to communicate in a clear manner. CASE STUDY: Why are we losing all our good people? Lawler III, E. E., Pringle, A., Branham, F. L., Cornelius, J., & Martin, J. (2008). Why Are We Losing All Our Good People? Harvard Business Review, 86(6), 41–51. Retrieved from CASE STUDY: Gen Y in the Workforce Erickson, T. J., Alsop, R., Nicholson, P., & Miller, J. (2009). Gen Y in the Workforce. Harvard Business Review, 87(2), 43–49. Retrieved from CASE STUDY: When one division makes all the money but the other gets all the attention Hamermesh, R. G., SANKARAN, V., & CLARK, C. (2019). CASE STUDY: When One Division Makes All the Money but the Other Gets All the Attention. Harvard Business Review, 97(4), 152–156. Retrieved from CASE STUDY: The case of the team-spirit tailspin Foster, R. D. (1991). The Case of the Team-Spirit Tailspin. Harvard Business Review, 69(1), 14–25. Retrieved from  Your initial discussion post will include: An introduction A summary of the case you have chosen to review written in your own words Your assessment of the problem or issue in the case A conclusion Include the reference(s) at the bottom of the discussion post Proper APA Format for Discussion Post This is how your posts should be formatted. While the below example is not perfect, it does give you an idea of how to format your posts. It also gives you an idea of how to summarize the case you reviewed and how to incorporate the readings when discussing the case. If you use this format, your video/podcasts will flow much better because you have really set up the summary of the case in your discussion post. Please add a conclusion so your post doesn’t just *stop*.