Cpt-what do you want to do? What will be your organizational, personal and community impact?

Writing

Business Capstone

sofia university

Question Description

How does who you are, what you do, where you came from, your culture, personality, preferences, values, life experiences/affect the use of your MBA course experience?

Combining both determines your tool kit, in preparation for the third key component — what do you want to do? What will be your organizational, personal and community impact?

Rubric

Writing (1)

Writing (1)

CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting and OrganizationOutstanding - Extremely well organized and clear; Well-defined and explicit topics, thoroughly related to specific examples of personal experiences with the course. Essentially free of errors in spelling, format, style, grammar, and punctuation. Adequate - Only minor weaknesses in organization and clarity; Topics are relatively clear, and mostly related to examples of personal experiences with the course. A few minor errors in spelling, format, style, grammar, and punctuation do not interfere with understanding or readability. Marginal - Weaknesses in organization and clarity; Topics are weakly defined, and/or not related to actual examples of personal experience with the course. Significant errors in spelling, format, style, grammar, and punctuation may compromise understanding and readability in relatively minor ways. Inadequate - Lacks organization and clarity; Topics are not clear, or unrelated to specific examples of personal experience with the course. Substantial errors in spelling, format, style, grammar, and punctuation substantially undermine understanding and readability.

25 pts

Outstanding

20 pts

Adequate

15 pts

Marginal

0 pts

Inadequate

25 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContentOutstanding - Extremely well organized and clear; Well-defined and explicit topics, thoroughly related to specific examples of personal experiences with the course. Significant original insights effectively summarized and communicated, indicating substantial mastery and understanding of course concepts and tools, as well as extensions of course concepts. Insights are highly relevant to the class and potentially beneficial to the instructor and/or future students. Adequate - Topics are relatively clear, and mostly related to examples of personal experiences with the course. Topics are clearly related to the class, and insights presented reflect mastery and understanding of class concepts and tools. Marginal - Topics are weakly defined, and/or not clearly related to actual examples of personal experiences with the course. Discussion shows limited relationship to the class, and insights presented reflect familiarity with, but not mastery and thorough understanding of class concepts and tools. Inadequate - Topics are not clear, or unrelated to specific examples of personal experiences with the course. Relationship of discussion to the class may be only superficial, and insights presented do not reflect mastery or understanding of class concepts and tools.

50 pts

Outstanding

40 pts

Adequate

35 pts

Marginal

0 pts

Inadequate

50 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeComplianceOutstanding - Fully complies with all instructions given for the assignment, and reflects a thorough, effective completion of the assignment. Adequate - Complies with most instructions for the assignment, and reflects a solid effort to complete it correctly. Marginally Adequate - Fails to comply with significant parts of the instructions for the assignment, but reflects reasonable effort to complete the assignment. Inadequate - Submitted late, or, substantially fails to comply with instructions and procedures provided for the assignment.

25 pts

Outstanding

20 pts

Adequate

15 pts

Marginal

0 pts

Inadequate

25 pts

Total Points: 100


PreviousNextYin, R. K. (2018). Case study research and applications: Design and methods (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

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What have you learned? Who are YOU? Allan Cahoon Ph.D. Acting President University Professor Academic Lead and Changemaker Online Course-MBA Capstone Course Module 2 What do you bring to your organization? • What have you learned? • How does this align with your work experience? • How doe it fit with you as a person, and your personal style? • What is your personal SWOT? Can the fish see the water? 鱼能看见水吗 UNESCO’S FIVE LEARNING PILLARS 联合国教科文组织发布的五大学习支柱 LEARNING TO KNOW 学会求知 LEARNING TO DO 学会做事 ➢ Develop skills and knowledge 开拓技能 与知识 ➢ Professional Skills 专业技能 ➢ Critical thinking 辩证思维 ➢ Capacity to act 行动能力 ➢ General knowledge 通识性知识 ➢ Ability to apply knowledge to succeed 应用知识获得成功 的能力 LEARNING TO LIVE TOGETHER 学会共处 LEARNING TO BE 学会做人 ➢ Social cohesion 社会凝聚力 ➢ Self-esteem 自尊 ➢ Communication 沟通 ➢ Emotional intelligence 情商 ➢ Conflict resolution 冲突解决能力 ➢ Cultural sensitivity 文化敏感性 ➢ Critical thinking 辩证思维 ➢ Cultural awareness 文化意识 LEARNING TO TRANSFORM ONESELF AND SOCIETY 学会转化个体与 社会 ➢ Creator of positive change 成为积极改变的 创造者 ➢ Equip society with tools and awareness 用知识与意识武 装社会 IMPORTANCE OF A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE 全球视角的重要性 Why is it so important 为什如此重要? SOCIAL ISOLATION LEADS TO MISUNDERSTANDING 对立造成了误解 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 问责制阶梯 GOALS 可持续发展目标 Diverse Teamwork 多元化的学习团队 You Are The Problem 你才是问题的关键 问责制阶梯 强者 继续前进 寻求解决方法 承担责任 面对现实 束手盼望 借口推脱 责怪他人 未意识到问题 YOUR SUCCESS 你的成功 问责制阶梯 ...
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