How can the Army create a more environmentally friendly organizational culture? (or similar) focus on first 3 steps from Leading change by kotter.
Hook, thesis, analysis and conclusion with recomendations.
Analysis in this format:
The Assertion – Support – Analysis (A-S-A) model is an effective way to structure paragraphs.
See Appendix F under Course Paper.
• Assertion: A statement of a key point that supports your thesis, or argument. It serves
as the topic sentence and is the student’s own thinking. It is typically one sentence.
• Support: Evidence, documentation, or examples that add credence to an assertion.
Typically two or three sentences. Cite your sources.
• Analysis: Explains how the support connects to the assertion or how your audience
should interpret the evidence, relating it back to the thesis. Reaffirms the initial assertion
by expanding upon the evidence; directly tie the evidence to the thesis; include what you
think about the evidence; and demonstrate evidence validity in support of the argument.
Advance a clear conclusion, addressing takeaway implications of the supporting
evidence. The key is for students to show what YOU think about the evidence. This is
one of the most critical parts of any submission that USAWC graders are looking for.