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Global Perspectives Presentation Instructions

MGMT8110 – Global Perspectives

Instructor: Estatira Shirkhodaee

Email:eshirkhodaee@conestogac.on.ca

Fall 2019

Presentation

Worth 25% of final grade for this course.

Due Date: Upon Assignment by Instructor

Delivery Method: Word Doc uploaded to eConestoga

Overview:

Often in business researchers are called upon to make a presentation of their research findings.

So, your team is being asked to give a presentation and lead a guided discussion on your preliminary research findings.

In the presentation you will provide your team’s insights and perspectives regarding the issue being studied. The guided discussion will encourage the audience to explore, discuss and comment on the topic, researching findings and conclusions.

In the business world, this is an excellent an opportunity for the researcher to raise their profile and demonstrate value to the organization

The Research Presentation:

The presentation will present information about the topic, what has been gathered from the research, what was the significance of the event and what might it mean to global businesses in the future. All sides and opinions that can be found should be presented. Show why a global business manager needs to be aware of your topic and the ramification it can have on a global business.

· A PowerPoint Presentation

· Summarize the research

· Use good presentation practices as demonstrated in class

· Between 20 to 25 minutes

· Can include video support (not more than 8 minutes of video)

· Presentation should contain the following information:

Title / Introduction

· Team Members

· Agenda

· What is the research project subject?

· Why this subject was of interest to the group?

· Research Statement

Tell the audience what you are going to tell them
Body of the Presentation

· The focus of the research and presentation

· Issue Background (What?)

· Facts, and details

· Review of analysis done (So What?)

· Conclusions and recommendations (What Next?)

Tell the audience what you want to tell them
Summary / Conclusions / Recommendations

· Summary and Wrap up

Tell the audience what you told them

NOTE: This subject list is not exhaustive. You may have other subject points you want to include. Also, each subject area may cover more than one slide.

The Guided Discussion: Each team will lead a guided discussion based on their research topic. The discussion will last 25minutes (+/- 2 minutes) and will be aimed at gathering different perspectives about the topic from the students. Teams should prepare open-ended questions and learning activities to generate classroom participation. Teams will be evaluated on their prepared relevant questions including follow-up questions to stimulate discussion and systems thinking about the issue, if they asked a variety of question and spread them across the class and if they answered questions from the class with respect and relevance reflecting in-depth research and understanding of topic. Discussion lasts full 25 minutes.

The Marking Rubric

Content Approved by Due Date – 2 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR PRESENTATION /5
Presentation – Style, Structure and Delivery /25
· Professionally Presented

· Business-like attire

· Clear voice, confident attitude

· Professional manner

· Good presentation practices

· Eye Contact, Volume, Clarity Posture

· Speaking to the Slides (not reading from them)

/2.5
· Presentation Format

· Slides easy to follow and understand, clear and easy-to-read

· Appropriate Graphics

· Limited number of words on slides

· Flow of slides made sense and conveyed the story

· Talking points enhanced slides

/5
· Introduction

· Agenda – Clear and relevant

· Who is on the team?

· What is the research project subject?

· Research Statement

· Issue Background (What?)

· Facts, and details

/5
· Body

· Well structured, logically organized, relevant information

· If video used, is not more than 8 minutes of total time /5
· Conclusion

· summarizes main points, resolves issues, leaves positive impression

/5
· Finished within 2 minutes of allotted time /2.5
Presentation – Content, Systems thinking, Analysis, Logic /50
· Conducted relevant research and relayed the key points to class (What?) /10
· Made connection between topic and International Business clear /10
· So What? – Coverage of analysis done (So what?) /10
· Now What? – What are implication for Global Business /10
· Used Systems Thinking Approach to the topic (considered all aspects of the issue –including unintended consequences) /10
· Discussion – Prepared relevant questions including follow-up questions to stimulate discussion and systems thinking about the issue (5)

· Asked a variety of question and spread them across the class (5)

· Answered questions from the class with respect and relevance reflecting in-depth research and understanding of topic (5)

· Discussion lasts full 25 minutes (5)

/20
Final Score /100

Prepared by:Greg Springall MGMT8110 – Global Perspectives Page 1 of 3 Edited by: Estatira Shirkhodaee Fall 2019 Version Date: July 14, 2019

Prepared by:Greg Springall MGMT8110 – Global Perspectives Page 3 of 3 Edited by: Estatira Shirkhodaee Fall 2019 Version Date: July 14, 2019