you have to identify a problem at a chosen company, propose at least three possible solutions to that problem, and then request to analyze the possible solutions. The problem should be related to a technology or technical process that is used at the company.

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you have to identify a problem at a chosen company, propose at least three possible solutions to that problem, and then request to analyze the possible solutions. The problem should be related to a technology or technical process that is used at the company.
1-The issue you choose,…
• Should relate to mechanical engineering area.
2- Be creative, use your imagination in choosing a topic.
3-Introduction
• Briefly summarize the proposed plan, service or product.
• Grab the readers attention by previewing the main benefit.
• Describe the scope of the project.
4-Background
• Discuss the problem or need.
• Company background
• Provide a general situation that has led to the current problem.
5-Identification of Options
• Includes 3 options for improving / solving the problem.
6-Staffing, Timeline, Budget – Completion of Analytical Report
• Evidence of clear and detailed planning.
7-Request for Authorization
• Clear request in appropriate / formal manner.
8-Bibliography
• Follow IEEE formatting guidelines 100%.
9-Sources
• Deductions for not meeting requirements.
• Two academic sources
10-Formatting Requirements
• Title Page, Header, 12 point, Times New Roman Font, 1 inch margins
11-Maximum of (((250 words))) if it is more than that I will not accepted (anything included in the tables will not
be included in the word Also what is in between citation is not included in the word count).
12-This is a proposal. Therefore, you should not be deciding between
the three options.
13-Topic should be complex enough that there are three possible
options to solve the issue.
14-Imagine you are writing….
• an email to a long-time friend,
• a cover letter to a potential employer,
• a proposal to your boss,
• an event invitation to a group of classmates,
• an introduction letter to a new client.
15-Strike a Balance
• Use language that is professional, but easy to understand.
• Explain terminology but also be concise.
• Persuade your audience (show your passion) but also be mindful of ton