• a. There is no example or template available for a PowerPoint for this assignment. You are free to develop it as you choose.
• b. You should at a minimum have a separate slide for each of the specific details listed in the Rubric posted in the Course Materials in the left sidebar (i.e., Name and purpose of the organization, Mission Statement, Company Culture, Stakeholders, References, etc.).
Review Wk 6 WA Rubric in Course Materials (left sidebar). Note: The specific details beyond those listed in the syllabus.
Review the Note at the bottom titled Additional Notes – Written Assignment.
Begin to prepare your Written Assignment Outline or PowerPoint.
This needs to be between 10-14 slides.
The syllabus mentions that you have the option of picking a real-life existing business/ organization or you can pick from the list of Virtual Organizations in the Week 6 Classroom>Materials. I would like to encourage you to consider using a real-life company because I believe it adds a level of practical application to your work. You might even consider doing it for the company that employs you as you will then be able to develop your work over the remaining weeks along with your final project to directly apply it once you are finished.
• The company you pick this week will be the company you will use for your remaining assignments in this course unless otherwise noted. You will be developing some of the components of your final project through these assignments. Note: the final project will be a PowerPoint Presentation.
Please notice that the Written Assignment for this week is to be done as an outline similar to what you just did in Week 5 or a PowerPoint Presentation – it is your choice. It should incorporate the proper concepts of format and word/phrase usage as noted in the previous feedback. Please realize this means an outline and PowerPoint eliminates full sentences and filler words. (Except if it is a direct quote which then needs a citation and reference.) For a PowerPoint use the Presenter Notes to fill in the gaps of the information on your slide. Your choice of words and phrases should be such to easily convey a message while using power-packed words. The idea behind an outline or PowerPoint is that your viewer can easily capture your message without getting bogged down in full sentences.
Additionally, review the rubric and see that it has details which need to be addressed over-and-above the syllabus. Also review the Main Forum post,Company Choice.