GROUP PROJECT

GROUP PROJECT - GROUP PROJECT Each group will select a...

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Unformatted text preview: GROUP PROJECT Each group will select a company from the Fortune 500, and present information to the class in a 20 minute presentation scheduled at the end of the semester (details on what types of information to uncover and to present are listed below). Each group consists between 4 to 6 people; you can break down the questions among the members and find information over the course of the next several weeks. Again, you will present to the class as a group on the last week of the semester. You will also pass in a written paper to go along with your presentation; both are due on the day of your scheduled presentation. The week of December 10 th is scheduled; you will be assigned the exact date of your presentation by Friday October 19 th . Each group will select a group leader; one will who oversee the direction of the group (making sure that everyone is doing there part, organizing the presentation, and providing communication to the group members on anything that pertains to the project, etc.). My goal is to encourage you to look at some of the key concepts discussed in class, and to practice using these concepts by selecting a company and to analyze their strategy for introducing a new product on the market. Below are the questions to answer for your project. Make sure to organize your information; prepare an outline for your presentation. The outline will keep your points focused, organized, and in logical order. You should answer all of the questions below and work them into paragraph format so it resembles a paper as opposed to just answers to individual questions....
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course MAN 101 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '07 term at Bay State.

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