Project #211685 - busines 3 project

Business Tutors

Subject Business
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/14/2017 09:00 am

Assignment 2

In Exercise 9 you will practice constructing analytical report/proposal and writing Executive Summary.

This exercise functions as part of developing a business report/proposal. You have been working on collecting information to develop this document and now, you will work on constructing a substantial document together but write the Executive summary on your own.

This assignment will be based on your reading Lesson 9 and collaborating with your group.

Goals

By completing this exercise, you will practice

  1. Construct and edit an analytical report/proposal.
  2. Practice collective writing methods
  3. Write an executive summary

These goals align with the following module level goals

  1. Define the purpose and key components of an analytical report/proposal. [CG]
  2. Construct an analytical report/proposal. [CG]
  3. Practice collective writing methods. [CG]
Task

In this writing exercise you are asked to construct an analytical report/proposal described in Lesson 8 and compose an executive summary described in Lesson 9.

Completion

You should construct document draft (with your team) as a formal report/proposal with the appropriate headings and content elements and insert the executive summary (you compose individually) into the document.

 

Evaluation

Your submission will be evaluated based on how closely it reflects

  • professional tone and format of analytical reports/proposals,
  • coherence/flow of the document
  • strength of analysis
  • standard American English.
Formal requirements for the team report/proposal:
  1. The report should include the following parts:
  2. Title fly
  3. Title page (the submission date is the exercise submission date)
  4. Table of contents
  5. Executive summary (composed by you individually)
  6. Introduction (sketch)
  7. Body
  8. Ending
  9. Bibliography (titled as Works Cited and formatted in MLA style) and optionally, any other supplementary parts your team deems to be important
Suggestions:
A//  At this point, you should worry only about
  • a relatively unified look as far as the consistency of the fonts and other graphic components are concerned (This can be the concern of the individual clean up for a later stage of the revision.)
  • the overall organization and coherence of the content, with a sensible flow/trajectory,
  • making sure that there is some sense transition between the different parts, so the overall report is coherent (just signal this when appropriate and will clean it up later), and
  • coming up with conclusion/recommendations (sketch),
  • and composing the executive summary. (This should be the focus of your individual work.)

B//  You do not have to worry about

  • the nuances of the formatting like lining up the table of contents perfectly with the page numbers and the formatting nuances. You will still work on this later in a cleaner version for the second major assignment,
  • matching the styles of writing exactly among the different members’ contributions (you will work on this later on).

See the attached sample reports of successful solutions.

You can download a copy of this instructions sheet here:

Intructions for Exercise 9 2007 F17.docxView in a new window

 Here is an example of successful past report/proposal solutions. This is the end result, and yours will not look like this at this juncture, but this will hopefully be helpful to imagine what you are aiming for:

 

Assignment 3

In Exercise 10 you will practice constructing presentations.

This exercise functions as the extension of your business report. You will use your solution as part of your team presentation on Week 12. The goal of this exercise is to develop your slides (only the ones that your group assigned to you) for your team and to practice the format and style of presentations.

This will be based on your reading Lesson 10.

Goals

By completing this exercise, you will practice

  1. Defining the traits and selecting the components of an effective presentation
  2. Constructing presentation materials

These goals align with the following module level goals

  1. Identify key features of presentation design. [CG]
  2. Describe traits of communication of live presentations and visual presentation aids. [CG]

Task

In this writing exercise you are asked to construct your portion of presentation slides toward your team’s presentation. The basis for this exercise will be your team’s analytical report from Week 9. You will find more information about presentations in Lesson 10.

Completion

You should construct the slides that are assigned to you based on your discussion in the group. You will submit a PPT file with the completed slides and the outline of your points conveyed in each slide. This means that you either include the bulleted outline points to each slide as “Notes” in the PPT file or submit the outline as a separate word file that corresponds to the slide deck you submit. (See more information about arranging the presentation responsibilities in “Instructions for Week 10 activity” handout and Lesson 10.)

Evaluation

Your submission will be evaluated based on how closely it reflects

  • professional tone and format,
  • balanced arrangement of the information,
  • visual appearance, and
  • standard American English.

 

Assignment  4

 

In Exercise 11 you will practice constructing a white paper. This will be based on your reading Lesson 11.

This exercise functions as a supporting document to the business report you drew up with your team in Week 9. You will use these white papers to supplement your group project. The goal of this exercise is to present your group’s idea in a persuasive way to a general audience (these can be your potential investors or users; in general, anybody who needs to decide about using your product, service, or idea).

Goals

By completing this exercise, you will practice

  1. Defining and selecting the traits and components of a white paper.
  2. Composing a white paper.

These goals align with the following module level goals

  1. Identify key features of white papers [CG]
  2. Write white paper [CG]
Task

In this writing exercise you are asked to construct a white paper based on your analytical report from Week 9. You will not have to research or create brand new content, but deliver the information in a different format and from a different perspective. You will find more information about the white paper format in Lesson 11 and you can see sample student solutions attached in the module.

Requirements

Your White Paper should be

  • 1000 words long, single spaced
  • blocked like a professional document (left aligned, no indentations, short to medium sized paragraphs)
  • be reader-centered writing (use bullets, subheadings to make the reading easier)
  • as a formal essay with heading and title (come up with a title that is reflective of the content)
  • MLA formatting.
Evaluation

Your submission will be evaluated based on how well it combines the persuasive intent with the objective delivery and how closely it reflects

  • professional tone and format,
  • reader-centered style and document design,
  • the main ideas of your project/report, and
  • standard American English.

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