This is a paper that requires the student to identify Red and Blues Oceans on M2 Practitioner Application. The paper also provides additional instructions to use in the writing of the assignment paper. Below is the description to perform the assignment:
Identify Red and Blues Oceans on M2 Practitioner Application
Identifying Red and Blue Oceans
Your M2 Practitioner Application will require devoted inquiry, assimilation, reflection, and refinement in order to achieve the highest possible score. Specifically, you are to take the scenario listed below, address it in full, and submit your work in accordance with the instructions contained herein. Importantly, this is an independent assignment to be completed by you and you alone. Sharing work with fellow students, supplying advice to your student peers, gaining assistance from outside parties, and similar actions will constitute violations of the academic code of conduct. It will carry significant penalties in accordance with University policy.
M2 focuses significant attention on blue ocean strategy, defining both blue and red oceans. Explain the properties associated with each. Specifically, I’d like for you to examine the healthcare offerings of your local marketplace and work to identify red oceans and potential blue oceans. This will require achieving a deep understanding of red and blue oceans, coupled with an intensive understanding of the selected market. Research beyond that supplied by your readings, notably including field research, will be most helpful in this endeavor.
The Submission Requirement
Your submission in its entirety must be between 1500-1800 words. Given the length of the submission, students to prepare it in a word processing program. When finalized, copy and paste the text into the Moodle posting window. Moodle can be very finicky and often will distort formatting, so care must be taken in preparing your submission. If problems persist, consider using Windows Notepad or another general text editor. As these are very effective for transferring distortion-free text into the Moodle posting window, after which you can add formatting directly in Moodle.