SLP ASSIGNMENT EXPECTATIONS, management homework help

For this SLP submission you will be asked to submit your third blog entry about another important aspect of the strategic management process and to provide examples based on current events pulled from recent articles from reputable sources. (You will need to use at least five peer-reviewed articles for this assignment.) Peer-reviewed articles can be located by using the Trident Online Library. Please make sure that you cite/reference correctly in APA.

For this Signature Assignment, the articles for your blog entry must be no older than 12 months old.

For your third SLP discuss the importance of the strategy formulation and planning phase. Identifyfive recent peer-reviewed articles that discuss a recent major strategic effort on the part of an organization. What would you have recommended if you were sitting at the strategy planning table? Examples of such an effort might include mergers, buy-outs, sell-offs, introduction of innovative products, strategic marketing campaigns, and the like. 

Discuss to what extent you believe this effort will succeed given the organization’s external environment. What is the takeaway for your reading audience? That is, what strategic planning lessons can be learned from the situation you highlighted in your blog entry?

SLP Assignment Expectations

Your SLP assignment should be a minimum of  3 pages in length. 

You are required to use APA formatting and you are required to cite and reference your sources. There should be a minimum of five reputable sources cited and referenced in your paper. 

Please make sure you review the assignment rubric prior to writing your assignment. 

Information Literacy Rubrics for SLPs

Criteria

Level 4 – Excellent

Level 3 – Proficient

Level 2 – Developing

Level 1 – Emerging

Determine the Extent of Information Needed

8 points

Effectively defines the scope of the research question or thesis. Effectively determines key concepts. Types of information (sources) selected directly relate to concepts or answer research question.

7 points

Defines the scope of the research question or thesis completely. Can determine key concepts. Types of information (sources) selected relate to concepts or answer research question.

6 points

Defines the scope of the research question or thesis incompletely (parts are missing, remains too broad or too narrow, etc.). Can determine key concepts. Types of information (sources) selected partially relate to concepts or answer research question.

5 points

Has difficulty defining the scope of the research question or thesis. Has difficulty determining key concepts. Types of information (sources) selected do not relate to concepts or answer research question.

Access the Needed Information

6 points

Accesses information using effective, well-designed search strategies and most appropriate information sources.

5 points

Accesses information using variety of search strategies and some relevant information sources. Demonstrates ability to refine search.

4 points

Accesses information using simple search strategies, and retrieves information from limited and similar sources.

3 points

Accesses information randomly, retrieves information that lacks relevance and quality.

Evaluate Information and its Sources Critically

6 points

Thoroughly (systematically and methodically) analyzes own and others’ assumptions and carefully evaluates the relevance of contexts when presenting a position.

5 points

Identifies own and others’ assumptions and several relevant contexts when presenting a position.

4 points

Questions some assumptions. Identifies several relevant contexts when presenting a position. May be more aware of others’ assumptions than one’s own (or vice versa).

3 points

Shows an emerging awareness of present assumptions (sometimes labels assertions as assumptions). Begins to identify some contexts when presenting a position.

Use Information Effectively to Accomplish a Specific Purpose

3 points

Communicates, organizes, and synthesizes information from sources to fully achieve a specific purpose, with clarity and depth.

2 points

Communicates, organizes, and synthesizes information from sources. Intended purpose is achieved.

1 point

Communicates and organizes information from sources. The information is not yet synthesized, so the intended purpose is not fully achieved.

0 points

Communicates information from sources. The information is fragmented and/or used inappropriately (misquoted, taken out of context, or incorrectly paraphrased, etc.), so the intended purpose is not achieved.

Access and Use Information Ethically and Legally

4 points

Students use correctly all of the following information use strategies (use of citations and references; choice of paraphrasing, summary, or quoting; using information in ways that are true to original context; distinguishing between common knowledge and ideas requiring attribution) and demonstrate a full understanding of the ethical and legal restrictions on the use of published, confidential, and/or proprietary information.

3 points

Students use correctly three of the following information use strategies (use of citations and references; choice of paraphrasing, summary, or quoting; using information in ways that are true to original context; distinguishing between common knowledge and ideas requiring attribution) and demonstrates a full understanding of the ethical and legal restrictions on the use of published, confidential, and/or proprietary information.

2 points

Students use correctly two of the following information use strategies (use of citations and references; choice of paraphrasing, summary, or quoting; using information in ways that are true to original context; distinguishing between common knowledge and ideas requiring attribution) and demonstrates a full understanding of the ethical and legal restrictions on the use of published, confidential, and/or proprietary information.

1 point

Students use correctly one of the following information use strategies (use of citations and references; choice of paraphrasing, summary, or quoting; using information in ways that are true to original context; distinguishing between common knowledge and ideas requiring attribution) and demonstrates a full understanding of the ethical and legal restrictions on the use of published, confidential, and/or proprietary information.

Timeliness

3 points

Assignment was submitted on time or delivered late with instructor’s approval.

2 points

Assignment was submitted 1-2 days after module due date.

1 point

Assignment was submitted 3-4 days after module due date.

0 points

Assignment submitted 5 or more days late or not submitted/received.

Overall Score

Level 4
27 or more

Level 3
24 or more

Level 2
21 or more

Level 1
0 or more

****OTHER BLOG entries are uploaded if needed ****

 
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