Project #51913 - 20 Slide Power Point (KM Report on Walmart)
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In this individual project, you will function in the capacity of Chief Knowledge Officer or consultant to an organization, either accessible or researched.
Required Elements to include in the Project Presentation:
The presentation should include a statement of your objective as the CKO or consultant and the strategic alignment of KM to the organizationâ€™s mission.
Students will assess the organizationâ€™s KM strategies, structures, positions, and processes through a SWOT analysis.
Students will make recommendations based on course materials regarding KM strategies to improve the organization.
Required Formatting of Paper:
The deliverable for the project is a PowerPoint presentation of 12 to 15 content slides.
Include only short bullet points on the slides.
Talking points go below each slideÂ (in "click here to add notes"). Talking points should include your K-SWOT, strategic alignment, recommendations and source/references to support these recommendations. A slide for evaluation or K-valuation or Benchmarking metrics is appropriate.
Note:Â A draft of your Â project will be posted for purposes of feedback and K-sharing in the discussion area. You will be required to respond to all questions and comments in the Week 8 discussion area.
The level of expected interaction is included in the project grade.
demonstrates a high degree of critical thinking, is consistent in accurately interpreting questions & material; provides solid assumptions, reasoning & claims; thorough analysis & evaluation with sound conclusions
shows good critical thinking; accurately interprets most questions & material; usually identifies relevant arguments/reasoning/claims; offers good analysis & evaluation with fairly sound conclusions
shows occasional critical thinking; questions & material is at times accurately interpreted; arguments/reasoning/claims are occasionally explained; offers fair analysis & evaluation with a conclusion
shows little critical thinking, misinterprets questions or material; ignores or superficially evaluates; justifies little and seldom explains reasoning; draws unwarranted conclusions
lacks critical thinking consistently offers biased interpretations; ignores or superficially evaluates; argues using poor reasoning, and/or unwarranted claims
arguments or positions are well-supported with evidence from the readings/experience; ideas go beyond the course material and recognize implications and extensions of the material and concepts
arguments or positions are mostly supported by evidence from the readings and course content; ideas presented demonstrate studentâ€™s understanding of the material and concepts
arguments are more often based on opinion or unclear views than on position grounded in the readings of material or external sources of material
arguments are frequently illogical and unsubstantiated; student may resort to ad hominem attacks on the author instead of making meaningful application of the material
a meaningful attempt to explain or support ideas does not exist
presentation flows well and logically; transitions are smooth, interesting and enhance presentation
presentation flows well; smooth transitions used on most slides
presentation flows well; smooth transitions used on some slides
presentation is unorganized; very few transitions and/or they distract from presentation
presentation has no flow; no transitions used
demonstrated full understanding of requirements responded to each aspect of assignment
demonstrated understanding of requirements; missed one minor aspect of assignment
demonstrated some understanding of requirements; missed a key element or two minor aspects of assignment
failed to show a firm understanding of requirement; missed two key elements or several minor aspects of assignment
did not demonstrate understanding of assignment requirements
writing is clear and easy to follow; grammar and spelling are all correct; formatting gives a professional look and adds to readability
most ideas are presented clearly; occasional spelling and/or grammar issues
wordy; some points require rereading to understand fully; more than an occasional spelling and/or grammar
unclear and difficult to understand; frequent spelling and grammar issues
largely incomprehensible writing/poorly written in terms of mechanics and structure
no APA style errors
attempts in-text citation and reference list but 1 or 2 APA style errors are present
attempts in-text citation and reference list; APA style errors are present; inconsistencies in citation usage can be found throughout the document
attempts either in-text citation or reference list but omits the other