Comparative data can become an important tool for the manager. It is important, however, to fully understand the requirements and the uses of such data. True comparability needs to meet three criteria: consistency, verification, and unit measurement. It is important for the manager to always be aware of whether the data he or she is receiving (or preparing) are appropriate for comparison. It is equally important for the manager to perform a comprehensive review. Consider the scenario – attached: Using the information from the attached scenario, research three firms and get a quote for services. Review the attached scenario information for grounds maintenance at the three facilities, do the following: 1. Decide how to convert this information into comparable data. 2. Research three firms and get a quote for services). 3. Then prepare a report (using the executive summary template (attached), based on your assumptions, that presents comparable costs of grounds care. 4. Include graphs of your comparable data (see Figures 15-1 through 15-5 as examples). 5. Provide your assessment of what the best future course of action should be ensuring that the Christian worldview be considered in how a healthcare leader justifies making a change based upon their leadership’s personal agenda?