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Chapter 2 / Exercise 7
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research CSR projects and activities of other companies. You are looking for possible ideas for your own project, which could extend or complement an existing project in your company, or could be something new for your company based on an idea from another company, or it could be an original idea prompted by your research. Present a 5 minute oral team project report based on your research and analysis: State your team name and brieflyexplain why it has been chosen. List and briefly explain specific examples of different CSR projects or activities your company or organisation currently undertakes. You maywish to incorporate the use of a visually appealing mind-map to clearly and logically demonstrate how these examples enhance image and relate to CSR. List and briefly explain examples of existing CSR projects conducted by other companies in the same industry or by companies in other industries that could be considered or adapted by your team as possible projects for your company. Provide an indication of any preliminary ideas the team is considering for your own project. Key assessment criteria: Evidence of research – quality and quantity of examples found by teams and how they present it. 3A (2)During Week 6 seminar: Initial team ideas for business proposal and draft aim and objectives for business proposal Present a 5 minute oral team project report. Briefly define your team’s preferred business concept proposal. Use a short Power point presentation to show:
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29Identify the problem or need that your CSR project intends to address. You could use a Duncker diagram to visually demonstrate and support your problem solving techniques relating to the project and the choice of initiative. Provide a very clear outline of exactly what your project is and the aim of your project in no more than a few brief but clear dot points. Provide at least 4 key objectives for your business proposal, satisfying SMART criteria and consistent with your overall aim. Your objectives should include at least one operational objective, one marketing objective, one financial objective and one CSR objective. Briefly explain how your proposed CSR project will be good for the business of your company and how it relates to the vision and existing activities of the organisation. Be prepared to answer a few questions from other teams or your lecturer. Key assessment criteria: Clarity of the problem solving technique, business idea, aims and objectives and how well they are explained. Does the team have a credible business concept and does it have a suitable element of CSR? Does each objective satisfy SMART criteria? 3A (3) During Week 9 seminar: Draft program logic model for at least your operational objectives Present a 5 minute oral team project report. Use a short Power point or other presentation to show your team’s ‘draft’ program logic model showing the objectives, tasks, outputs and outcomes for your project. Be prepared to explain and justify parts of your model to your lecturer and other teams. Key assessment criteria

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