Hristian Values of Truett Cathy, Founder and CEO of Chick-fil-A

Paper needs to be plagarism free! One of the key objectives of this course is to integrate our Christian faith (using the Holy Bible, New Living Translation) with business principles and practice. Students will work to conduct research and develop a case study primarily focused on the Christian values (using the Holy Bible, New Living Translation as a reference) of Truett Cathy, founder and CEO of Chick-fil-A, and their positive effect on the Chick-fil-A organization. The results of this case study should demonstrate how the consistent and proper application of Christian values within a workplace can positively influence the culture of that organization and contribute to its success. The case study should show a relationship between the Christian values of Truett Cathy and how these Christian values influence the major operations decisions as described in Chapter 1 of the text (Operations Management in the Supply Chain, Decisions and Cases): Process, Quality, Capacity and Inventory.
The case study will build on our study of Operations Management, scriptural references made throughout the course, the text, lectures, and secondary research using the Belhaven Virtual Library.
Prepare the portfolio paper using the following guidelines:
i??A minimum of 6 pages not to exceed 10, typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman font, using APA standard
i??Title page, including title of paper, your name, course name and course number, date of submission (Page 1)
i??A minimum of 8 pages including a summary of your understanding of the biblical implications for the topic. (Holy Bible, New Living Translation)
i??A reference page
i??A minimum of 5 references are required, including the text mentioned above, The Holy Bible (New Living Translation), books and articles from academic sources (Net Library), and other periodicals.

Proper spelling, grammar, paragraph structure, etc. is expected. A proper paragraph in a business context should contain 3-7 sentences, with at least a topic sentence, support sentence, and conclusion or transition sentence.