BUS328-01 Syllabus Yang Fall 2018.docx

A for example if you use the transformational

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a. For example, if you use the transformational leadership, then I would expect to see a definition of transformational leadership, as well as a brief review of transformational leadership. b. Don’t choose too many theories that you cannot provide an in-depth analysis of how the concept applies to the situation. Insightful analyses are what I am looking for. 5. The analysis section should not be a restatement of the theory, but rather use the theory to evaluate the situation. 6. The final response presentation summarizes the theories, the movie story, and how can we use the theories to explain what happened in the movie. You can also discuss the dilemma, the failure, the alternative solution and etc. Grading Criteria: You provide the reason you chose your example (10%). You u se appropriate leadership concepts and include definitions/descriptions of the concepts (20%). Your analysis is logical and stays focused on your topic and example (50%). Your presentation is well-organized, easy to follow, interesting, clear, logical, and involves multi-media components (20%). 7
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Group Research Paper/ Presentation Instructions Paper/Presentation structure : The paper should not exceed 10 double-spaced pages (although appendices and references may be added), and should consist of the following sections presented under sub-headings: findings in relation to the leadership issue? 1 Introduction (10%) Briefly describe the leader. Why was this particular leader selected? What was the goal in doing so? What were the anticipated findings in relation to the leadership issue? 2 Methodology (20%) How did you obtain the information necessary for this project? Why was this method chosen? Did you use interviews (with whom)? Surveys (with whom)? Where did you get the survey or interview questions from (a scholarly journal article maybe)? Attach interview/surveys as appendix if used. If you made observations, what did you look for? What days/times? Ethical considerations? (e.g. Voluntary participation? Confidentiality? Anonymity?) Note: there should be NO findings or results presented here in this section! 3 Analysis of Leadership Issues and Recommendations (60%) This is where you present the findings/results, analyze them, and give recommendations. Use course material – apply at least two models/theories/frameworks/approaches - to describe any leadership issues/problems identified. Alternative action steps that relate specifically to the problems/issues identified in the project should be discussed and weighted. Relative advantages / disadvantages for each course of action should also be discussed. Finally, specific recommendations and/or implementation plan(s) must be described (use course concepts and theories to justify choices). 4 Conclusion (5%) Students should summarize what they learned about leadership issues from the project (insights), and draw relevant conclusions. Also, did you learn anything about working together in a team (as either a leader or a follower) for this project?
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