Assignment 1 – power point presentation evaluation
Evaluate the presentation( PRESENTATION IS ATTACHED ) CHECK ATTACHEMENTS on the following criteria and add any other comments you may have:
- Information is comprehensive and taken from reliable sources.
- Information is analyzed to identify trends and relationships and to draw conclusions.
- Recommendations are based on information analysis.
- Assertions are supported by reasons and information.
- Presentation is logical and persuasive.
Write a 2-page peer review in Word format. Apply current APA standards to your work.
Assignment 1 Grading Criteria
· Evaluated a peer’s project on specified criteria and made recommendations for improvement.
· Applied current APA standards for editorial style, expression of ideas, citations, and references.
Assignment 2: Discussion—Employee Impact on the Plan
An organization can come up with the best strategy but in order to execute and be effective/successful it takes human capital to implement. Employees (management and staff alike) need to be bought into any strategy and its proposed results—this can make or break a plan. Understanding organizational behavior is an important part of plan execution.
Using the module readings, Argosy University online library resources, and the Internet, respond to the following for your own organization or an organization you know well:
- What are the individual behaviors that you can observe that have the most dramatic impact on the organization’s performance (good or bad)?
- What within the work setting drives these behaviors?
- What are the implications of these behaviors for recruiting and training new employees?
Write your initial response in approximately 300 words. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.
Required Radings :
- Dobni, B., Dobni, D., & Luffman, G. (2001). Behavioral approaches to marketing strategy implementation. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 19(6/7), 400–408. (ProQuest Document ID: 213126690)
- Gagnon, M. A., Jansen, K. J., & Michael, J. H. (2008). Employee alignment with strategic change: A study of strategy-supportive behavior among blue-collar employees. Journal of Managerial Issues, 20(4), 425–443. (EBSCO AN: