Project #155151 - NEED VERY SKILLED MANAGEMENT SCHOLAR 3 PAGE PAPER(management and organizational behavior class)

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Subject Business
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/20/2016 10:00 pm

Written Assignment # 3 Instructions

  1. Watch the film Invictus (Netflix, 2009). Using class lectures, textbook readings and online assignments, apply examples from the film Invictus to the 3 questions presented below:


  1. Examine Nelson Mandela’s leadership in relation to the leadership material discussed in the textbook, class lectures and online assignments
  2. Compare Nelson Mandela’s approach to change management with one of the change theories discussed in class, the textbook or online assignments
  3. Based on Chapters 16 & 18 of the textbook and class lectures, examine how Nelson Mandela achieved results through communicating and motivating others


Your paper should be a maximum of three (3) pages, double-spaced in a Microsoft Word document. The page count suggested is the maximum but answers can be shorter if they are well written, concise and include a depth of content.


This assignment will be graded 70% on your ability to correctly apply the material you learned in the readings, lectures and in class discussions and 30% on grammar, spelling and syntax. It is important you edit your answers before turning them in.


Review the Rubric for Written Assignments.


THE ASSIGNMENT IS DUE ON WEEK 13 on November 20th, 2016 at 11:45pm. No late papers will be accepted.


Papers are to be submitted using the TURNITIN link.

Written Assignment GRADING RUBRIC


Students will be graded on spelling, grammar, integration of key course concepts, and

thoroughness of responses to the questions posed in the case.

Content (application of concepts) = 7/10

Writing (spelling, grammar, syntax) = 3/10

WRITING (Punctuation, Grammar & Usage, Spelling)

1 (Poor/Unacceptable) = Errors are distracting and show a lack of understanding of

sentence-level grammar or the basic conventions of edited American English.

2 (Fair-Good) = Grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors exist, but the point of each

sentence is clearly understood. Uses language concisely and eloquently. Flows well from

one sentence to the next and reads well aloud. The few errors there do not get in the way

of reading fluently.

3 (Excellent) = Clearly written, well-organized, and free of grammar and other language

use errors


1 (Fail) = Does not incorporate theories from class and does not answer questions.

2 (Poor) = Describes but does not analyze using concepts. Answered most questions but

answers were based on their own opinions without reference to theories from the class.

3 (Below Average) = Answers all the questions and mentioned theories, but did not

adequately explain how they were relevant to the question.

4 (Fair) = Answers all the questions and tries to integrate theory. Some details are there

but are not complete, and may sometimes be inaccurate.

5 (Good) = Answers all questions, uses theories appropriately, and explains how theory is

relevant. Some details are there but are not complete, and may sometimes be inaccurate.

Examples and illustrations are given but are not sufficient.

6 (Very Good) = Completely and adequately answers all questions using appropriate

theories and concepts from in-class lectures and from the text. Sufficient details and

explanations are provided and examples are relevant. Understanding of theories is clearly


7 (Excellent) = Goes over and above to cover the content required. Goes into accurate

details about the theories and clearly connects them to the case questions. Points out

things an average student may not even notice. Is articulate and convincing in arguing

each point. Anyone reading this would be eager to hire this individual for a position in his

or her organization.


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