Case studies

Analyzing situations and being able to derive best and worst-case scenarios from them is something I get done very easily.

One of my strengths is being able to absorb mountains of information in a short time and process it in a way that is understandable for everyone. With a reading speed of about 55 pages an hour, I can go through most cases in a few short hours

I’ve always been curious as to how people, businesses, and governments tend to make decisions about all kinds of situations. More often than not, I get disappointed when I find out that their decisions were not based on adequate analysis. Even if the data provided for decision making is sufficient, not many people are capable of grasping the gravity of the underlying problems.

That leads to the case at hand being misunderstood and the conclusions that are drawn from incompetency tend to make matters worse.

What I offer is a summary of the case with the necessary problems highlighted and their potential solutions, if available.