Project #16511 - india case study

Part A

Vinnie Jauhari. (2005) Information technology, corporate business firms and sustainable development: lessons from cases of success from India. Journal of Services Research 5(2): 37-76. -

Answer the following inquiry question in 350-400 words (1.5% of the grade),

How is the development of the firm(s) in your assigned article connected with the features of the business system of India, as reviewed in the previous sessions? 

Criteria for evaluation of your answer: Make sure that you have

 1. A strong thesis statement that makes a clear, provocative claim in response to the inquiry question.  It is uniquely your claim about the text, not just parroting authors.

2. Strong topic sentences that make a clear, provocative sub-claim of the thesis and organize the body paragraph.

3. Specific examples from the reading that you carefully analyze to support your claims.

4. A developed argument based upon 2-3 good examples, rather than a list of unanalyzed details or mere text summary.

5. Accurate representation of the position of the authors, and a clear, controlling role for your own voice in the conversation.

6. A coherent exposition with a logical progression held together by strong transitions.

 

 

Part B - Jaipur Rugs

Jaipur Rugs Empowering Weavers as Innovators with ICT Mediation in the Supply Chain

http://www.jaipurrugs.org/Case_Study2.pdf

Answer the following inquiry questions in 300 words each (2.5% of the grade),

a) How sustainable is the development based on Jaipur Rugs model for India in political, economic, social, and environmental terms? 

b) How transferable is the Jaipur Rugs business system as a model for the other nations that are culturally different?

Criteria for evaluation of your answer: Make sure that you have

 1. A strong thesis statement that makes a clear, provocative claim in response to the inquiry question.  It is uniquely your claim about the videos, not just parroting authors.

2. Strong topic sentences that make a clear, provocative sub-claim of the thesis and organize the body paragraph.

3. Specific examples from the videos that you carefully analyze to support your claims.

4. A developed argument based upon 2-3 good examples, rather than a list of unanalyzed details or mere video summary.

5. Accurate representation of the position of the author(s), and a clear, controlling role for your own voice in the conversation.

 

Subject Business
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/12/2013 12:00 am
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