INFM612-Fall2012-Srikantaiah

Title of the project rationale for the project

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Title of the project Rationale for the project Clearly stated objectives Scope and limitations Methodology Resource Requirements Deliverables Beneficiaries The professor will provide project guidance, review discussions, midpoint corrections, and related support. Students will agree to comply with the confidentiality/disclosure/publication rules of the organization where the study is undertaken, and clear their findings with the organization before submitting the report to the instructor. Project Schedule For your project, you will have to provide a Gantt Chart (time-line for tasks) with schedules, milestones and deliverables to accompany your proposal. Progress report is due on the 7 th class meeting where, if necessary, mid-point adjustments will be made. An oral presentation of the findings and recommendations is due on the 14 th class meeting. A written report is also due at the last meeting. Class Participation Class time will be divided into lecture, discussions, and student presentations. Students should have completed required readings and assignments in order to actively participate in the class discussions and to get best results. Students are expected to contribute to class discussions, to ask questions, and to share experiences with other students. Specific percentage points may be subtracted from grades if classes are missed unless for reasons beyond control--(in which case I should be notified prior to the class). In addition, students are expected to make class presentations on specific assignments. The presentations should be used as helpful exercises to build up presentation skills that are absolutely necessary to succeed in the area of management in any position. Presentation assignments will be agreed upon well in advance in order for students to develop relevant techniques, such as handouts, overhead slides, video, Power Point, on-line versions, and other computer-assisted presentations. Syllabus Change Policy: This syllabus is a guide for the course and is subject to change with advance notice. 5
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Academic Integrity: Work submitted in this course will be individual and original, in line with the University’s Academic Honor Code and Honor Pledge. Engaging in any academic dishonesty will result in consequences in line with university policies. Academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to plagiarism, cheating, buying work, multiple submissions of the same paper, forging signatures, submitting fraudulent documents, and facilitating the academic dishonesty of others. When writing papers, be sure to carefully and thoroughly cite all materials you use in writing your paper and make sure all ideas and quotations are properly acknowledged. Please visit the following website for more information on the University’s Code of Academic Integrity: On each assignment you submit you will be asked to write out and sign the following pledge. “ I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on the exam/assignment Students with Disabilities:
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  • Summer '13
  • hina
  • Management, blackboard discussion, information programs

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