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Introduction to Management Professor B. Schilling Introspection Paper 1. The purpose of the paper is to provoke critical thought on an angle or issue of management (or leadership) associated with a book of your choosing. This is NOT a book review. The paper should briefly summarize one to three key points contained in the book that you find particularly interesting. You may agree or disagree with the points but explain why. Perhaps you can relate this point(s) to one of your life experiences. I want you to describe why the point(s) is/are meaningful to you. 2. The paper needs to be concise and well-written. The paper should be proof-read and
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Unformatted text preview: edited to be grammatically correct and free of errors. Critically evaluate whether your points have been made clear and coherent. (I’d recommend having someone else read your work.) 3. The maximum length is 2 pages, single spaced, 1 inch margins, Times New Roman 12-font. 4. Each paper should contain the following title information at the top of the first page: Introspection Paper [Student Name] [Book Title & Author) 5. Due Date: December 5, 2011. No extensions will be granted. 6. Assignments will be graded as follows. a. Quality of writing: 30% b. Quality of book (key point) synopsis: 30% c. Quality of introspection/critique: 40%...
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