BUSS215 – Management PrinciplesPortfolio Project Directions and RubricThis Portfolio Project is worth 20% of your overall grade.Completing this Assessment will help you to meet the following outcomes:Course OutcomesApply the five primary functions of management: staffing, planning, organizing, controlling, and leading.Program OutcomesIdentify and apply the basic functions of management such as staffing, planning, organizing,controlling, and leading to the decision-making process.Institutional Outcomes Information Literacy and Communication - Utilize current technology and resources to locate and evaluate information needed to accomplish a goal, and then communicate findings in visual, written and/or oral formats.Relational Learning - Transfer knowledge, skills and behaviors acquired through formal and informal learning and life experiences to new situations.Thinking Abilities - Employ strategies for reflection on learning and practice in order to adjust learning processes for continual improvement.Community and Career - Participate in social, academic, and professional communities forindividual growth and to function as a citizen of a multicultural world.ScenarioYou have volunteered to organize a fundraiser for your child’s school sports team to purchase new uniforms. For your event to be successful, you are responsible forall aspects of its management: staffing, planning, organizing, controlling, and leading. The general information known includes:You have a team of 15 volunteers to assist$1,600.00 is the cost to purchase the uniformsA local fire department has offered its picnic grove for use for freeMany local businesses (restaurants, bars, retail stores, etc.) have committed to donating goods or services to your eventThe School Board has requested you submit a formal proposal detailing each of these aspects and how you will manage/lead the process to completion before theyapprove the event. DirectionsYou will evaluate and make decisions for one or more of the functions of management for this event. Incorporating class concepts, research, and the provided general information, you will develop a section of the proposal for the School Board.
BUSS215 – Portfolio Project2As you put the proposal together, each section should be titled with the specific function of management presented. Use the template provided in Blackboard for each submission. You should edit the prior submission based on peer/instructor feedback, and then add the new section(s) to the template, creating one running proposal. Requirements and FormattingYour Portfolio Project must be formatted as follows:APA formattingTitle PageTimes New Roman or Arial 12-point font1-inch marginsPage numbers in top right cornerDeadline