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BSM210 FINAL
Directions: for this final, you will be preparing training materials to train management in an organization. You can choose a specific organization you would like to train or you can create a general presentation for training management at many different types of organizations. It is up to you.
Requirements:
    Requirement
    Maximum Points
    8 slides in length min. (including title page)
    5 Points
    Define management
    5 Points
    List the 4 key functions of management
    5 Points
    Cover the 4 key skills of management
    10 Points
    What management style do you expect them to use
    10 points
    What you want your managers to focus on
    10 Points
    Give a specific example(s) of a situation(s) and how you expect them to handle it
    10 Points
    Supporting photos and/or graphs
    10 Points
    Properly cited sources (review the Perdue Owl for information about citations)
    5 Points
    Review the list of terms below. You must use a minimum of 8 terms.
    20 Points
    Proof read for spelling and gramma
    10 Points
    POWERPOINT PRESENTATON RUBRIC
    
    Excellent
    Above Average
    Satisfactory
    Below Average
    Design
    Layout and colors are appropriate for the industry you are wanting a job in and easy to read. Slides are consistent throughout the presentation.
    Layout and colors are easy to read. Slides are consistent through most of the presentation
    Layout is simple and use of color is present. They are consistent through most of the presentation
    No consistency among the slides or organized layout.
    Slides Layout
    Effective use of bullet points or simple words to highlight the main points of the slide. Limited to 3 – 5 points per slide.
    Mostly uses bullet points or simple words to highlight the main points of the slide. Most slides are limited to 3 – 5 points per slide.
    Presentation has all the important information whether through notes or the slides themselves. Including some examples. Contains most of the requirements.
    Presentation misses some key points and doesn’t have all the requirements listed.
    Content
    Contains all the requirements and addresses all the points requested.
Comprehensive notes contain complete sentences explaining all the points (not just restating) and provide examples that only the presenter sees.
    Contains all of the requirements.
Contains notes that only the presenter sees using complete sentences explaining most of the points and provide some examples.
    Contains most of the requirements.
Notes that only the presenter sees. Contains some explanations and examples.
    Slides contain all the information and whole sentences without the use of notes. Presenter only shares content already on the slides.
    Language
    Uses required number of terms accurately, demonstrating clear understanding of their meaning.
    Uses required number of terms accurately, demonstrating appropriate knowledge of their meaning.
    Uses almost all required number of terms and uses them in an appropriate way.
    User doesn’t use the required amount of terms or reflect understanding of them.
    Font
    Slides has fonts the size that fits most audiences. Sizes or formatting differentiates between Main and sub-content. Colors and formatting are effectively used but not more than 2 fonts or colors per slide
    Slides has fonts the size that fits most audiences
Colors and formatting are effectively used and help differentiate the main topics from subtopics.
    Font sizes are mostly consistent and help differentiate the main topics from subtopics.
    Use of fonts, sizes and colors inconsistent.
    Use of Space
    Plenty of line spacing to keep points separated.
    Plenty of line spacing to keep points separated.
    Space is adequate
    Information is crammed in too little space and format is inconstant from slide to slide
    Graphics
    All images enhance the message.
    . Most images enhance the message.
    . Most images enhance the message.
    no use of images
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Jose answered on May 18 2022
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BSM210 FINAL
BSM210 FINAL
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Management Definition
Management is the process of planning and organising the resources an
d activities of a business to achieve specific goals in the most effective and efficient manner possible. Efficiency in management refers to the completion of tasks co
ectly and at minimal costs. Effectiveness in management relates to the completion of tasks within specific timelines to yield tangible results (Godwin et al 2017).
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Functions of Management
Originally identified by Henri Fayol as five elements, there are now four commonly accepted functions of management that encompass these necessary skills: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. One main role of a manager is creating a plan to meet company goals and objectives. This involves allocating employee resources and delegating responsibilities, as well as setting realistic timelines and standards for completion. Along with planning, a manager's organizational skills can help to ensure a company or departmental unit runs smoothly. Managers should be comfortable and confident commanding their team members’ daily tasks as well as during periods of significant change or challenge
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While some of the above functions of management can extend logically from experience and skills developed in entry-level positions, formal training and education may provide advantages. For instance, pursuing a business management...
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