Decision-Making as a Group
Decision-Making as a GroupSignature Assignment: Final Showchase Presentation
From week 1 to week 8, you have worked on 8 different experiential exercises. Select one experiential exercise and improve it based on the instructor’s feedback. Create a PowerPoint or Prezi (www.prezi.com) with audio narration included on the selected case study. The presentation will display the information in a way of showing how relevant and meaningful the chosen exercise is.
MAKE SURE ALL THIS KEY COMPONENTS ARE IN POWER POINT AND ILSTRATED IN CLARITY
• Key components are:
o Demonstrate your knowledge of contemporary management
o Indicate contemporary management skills and methods
o Demonstrate how you could potentially grow in the future as an effective manager and leader.
? instructor’s feedback
? technology tools for collaboration and communication
? the organizational culture related to teamwork and group work
? motivational elements
? culture diversity, awareness and policies related future employees’ recruits
? other important concepts
• Create a 15-20 slide PowerPoint or Prezi presentation of scholarly material that would educate your audience on the case study that is selected:
o The first slide should include an agenda
o The last slide should be the reference page (not bulleted, but APA formatted).
o The Presentation must have citations, and as stated, the last slide must have a reference list.
This assignment should be in APA format grammar, spelling and quality will influence your grade.
Certo, S. C., & Certo, S. T. (2016). Modern management: Concepts and skills (14th ed.). Boston: Prentice Hall.
ISBN-10: 0133859819 • ISBN-13: 9780133859812
ONLY USE THIS REFERENCES BELOW
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Certo, S. C., & Certo, S. T. (2016). Modern management: Concepts and skills (14 ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.
Heerkens, G. (2006). Risk management, decision-making, and business. New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., The Professional Book Group.
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