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4. List all issues, concerns, areas for improvement, or contradictions that you noted. 5. Develop any Exhibits you may need to help you support your arguments. 6. Answer the assigned questions. After you have analyzed the case based on steps 1 through 6 above, you can now start writing . First: Write up a rough draft of your ideas and develop exhibits. Second: Then, edit your ideas, and pay attention to the following: long sentences with too many adjectives; restatements of the case; multiple sentences that say the same thing; are all exhibits you developed clearly referred to in the text (e.g., Model 1. illustrates the critical issues…., or Figure 2. points to key areas of concern…, etc.); too much introduction. Third: Do a quick check : your analysis should clearly present your view of the strategic issues at hand and your exhibits should support your ideas stated in the written section of your document. Grading of the Case Report: Below are some basic guidelines I will use to evaluate your case analysis (total =100 points): I. Summary of Critical Issues (i.e., information from the case is not simply repeated; identification of key issues) – 25 points II. Strategic Analysis (i.e., appropriate use of strategic management concepts & analysis frameworks) – 25 points III. Arguments and Recommendations (i.e., quality and support of the arguments presented) – 25 points IV. Writing (clarity of ideas; use of exhibits; clarity of writing; formal writing style as well as grammar, spelling, punctuation) – 25 points ***SPECIFIC QUESTIONS YOU MUST ADDRESS IN YOUR CASE ANALYSIS*** 1. Discuss the circumstances under which Satyam's fraud was exposed. What do you think were the reasons for the fraud? Could this fraud have been prevented? (HINT: the failure of the Maytas deal started to unravel the fraud) 2. Critically evaluate the corporate governance mechanisms of Satyam. (HINT: consider ownership structure, board composition, board committees, disclosures and transparency) 3. Do you think that making industry regulatory changes would help in preventing such fraud? (HINT: Take a position and provide supporting evidence for your answer.)
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Course Syllabus BUSA 4980 Strategic Management Page 20 APPENDIX B – GROUP CASE PRESENTATION GRADING FORM Team # / Names of Group Members: Section #: Date: PRESENTATION CRITERIA (Total = 100 points) Poor Fair Good Very Good Excellent Points awarded OPENING (20 points) Introduction / provides case background (10 points) Grabs attention / establishes credibility / rapport (10 points) BODY/CONTENT (40 points) Adequately answers case questions (10 points) Use of sufficient case evidence (10 points) Application of course materials (10 points) Additional case-related research (10 points) CLOSING (20 points) Effectively summarizes (10 points) Quality of class discussion questions (10 points) PRESENTATION STYLE/VISUAL (20 points) Structured/Organized/Readable/Creative (10 points) Ability to get class to participate/argue/debate (10 points) Additional Comments: Presentation Grade:
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