Case Study Discussion

Absolutely no plagiarism, must be original and very thorough. Please make sure everything is followed in the question and the grading rubric. Assigned article is attached. Must include in-text citations.

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Supporting material: Attached

Question:This discussion will be split into three parts. We will discuss roster depreciation, player compensation, and stadium expense in separate discussion trails. In addition to addressing the three lead discussion questions, please respond to your colleague’s comments.

After reading and reviewing the “Kansas City Zephyrs Baseball Club” case for this week:

Roster Depreciation discussion question:
What is the nature of the difference between the players’ and the owners’ views with regards to roster depreciation? How do you suggest that it be resolved?

Player Compensation discussion question:
What is it about the players’ compensation that is creating disagreement about how it should be shown in the financial statements? What would happen if players were only paid a monthly salary?

Stadium Expense discussion question:
What information would it be helpful to know if you wanted to resolve the dispute between the players and owners with regards to stadium expense? How would you suggest that they proceed?

Important note: You do not need to use outside reference for this discussion! Using those readings assigned to you for the course will be sufficient.

Please see grading rubric below. This assignment should be at least 5-6 paragraphs long and very thorough. Make sure you integrate real-life applications to support key points.

Case Discussion Rubric (2016)

Case Discussion Rubric (2016)



This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Quality of Initial Posting

Initial response displays an excellent understanding of the assigned case, the course readings, and the underlying concepts and includes the correct use of relevant terminology. Initial response additionally integrates specific real-life application (current events, work or personal experience, prior coursework, etc.) and/or other peer-reviewed research to support key points. Initial response is clear, concise, and compelling.

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Mechanics

Entirely free of mechanical errors. These include: grammar, punctuation, spelling, and formatting (font style and size).