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Interviewed a Small Business Owner (Mrs. Laryssa Somerville) and created the attached outline. The business case analysis is a powerpoint presentation is on the selected business…Executive Salon Suites, their marketing strategy and human resource approach.

Instructions: The analysis in the form of a PowerPoint or Prezi Presentation. In this presentation, students will determine the marketing strategy and human resource approach of the small business.

Step 1: Create a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation. The final product will be between 15-20 slides in length that includes a title slide and a slide for references. If you are unfamiliar with creating a PowerPoint presentation or a Prezi presentation, review these resources:

Step 2: Review the grading rubric for the assignment;

Step 3: The presentation will include the following elements:

  • Determine the marketing strategy of the small business;
  • Discuss the human resource approach of the small business;
  • Research the industry information and discuss how the small business compares with the industry in which it operates;

Step 4: Use the note section of PowerPoint to provide detailed information of each slide;

Step 5: Include at least two scholarly references from research done outside of the classroom.

Step 6: Graphics are acceptable if they relate to the organization; clip art is not allowed;

Step 7: Using the grading rubric as a comparison, read through the paper to ensure all required elements are presented. This step is probably the most critical and can result in many lost points if instructions are not followed.


Grading Rubric

Criteria

Marketing strategy is clearly, accurately and comprehensively explained delivering all relevant information.

(1.8 – 2)

Marketing strategy is explained accurately but could be more comprehensively or clearer with more relevant information.

(1.6 – 1.79)

Marketing strategy is explained but needs more clarification on some aspects.

(1.4 – 1.59)

Marketing strategy is discussed superfically or only partially discussed.

(1.2 – 1.39)

Marketing strategy is not discussed.

(0 – 1.19)

Human resource approach is clearly, accurately and comprehensively explained delivering all relevant information.

(1.8 – 2)

Human resource approach is explained accurately but could be more comprehensively or clearer with more relevant information.

(1.6 – 1.79)

Human resource approach is explained but needs more clarification on some aspects.

(1.4 – 1.59)

Human resource approach is discussed superfically or only partially discussed.

(1.2 – 1.39)

Human resource approach is not discussed.

(0 – 1.19)

How the small business compares with the industry in which it operates is clearly, accurately and comprehensively explained delivering all relevant information.

(1.8 – 2)

How the small business compares with the industry in which it operates is explained accurately but could be more comprehensively or clearer with more relevant information.

(1.6 – 1.79)

How the small business compares with the industry in which it operates is explained but needs more clarification on some aspects.

(1.4 – 1.59)

How the small business compares with the industry in which it operates is discussed superfically or only partially discussed.

(1.2 – 1.39)

How the small business compares with the industry in which it operates is not discussed.

(0 – 1.19)

Presentation flows well and logically; transitions are smooth, interesting and enhance presentation

(0.9 – 1)

Presentation flows well; smooth transitions used on most slides

(0.8 – 0.89)

Presentation flows well; smooth transitions used on some slides

(0.7 – 0.79)

Presentation is unorganized; very few transitions and/or they distract from presentation

(0.6 – 0.69)

Presentation has no flow; no transitions used

(0 – 0.59)

Concepts and ideas are fully developed. Thinking is consistent in accurately interpreting questions and material/provides solid assumptions, reasoning and evaluation with sound conclusions. Reader can easily follow the author’s logic and reasoning.

(3.6 – 4)

Concepts and ideas are developed. Thinking is mostly consistent in accurately interpreting questions and material/ provides good assumptions, reasoning and evaluation with sound conclusions. Reader can easily follow the author’s logic and reasoning.

(3.2 – 3.59)

Concepts and ideas are mostly developed but may need clarification on some aspects of thinking, reasoning or evaluation. Conclusions are drawn. Reader follows the author’s logic but occasionally there are areas that are unclear.

(2.8 – 3.19)

Concepts and ideas are not cohesive. Misinterprets questions or material; ignores or superficially evaluates, justifies little and seldom explains reasoning; draws unwarranted conclusions. At times, the reader must attempt to determine the author’s train of thought.

(2.4 -2.8)

Concepts and ideas are not fully developed or presented in a cohesive manner. Misinterprets questions or material.

(0 – 2.39)

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.

(3.6 – 4)

Arguments or positions are mostly supported by evidence from the readings and course content; ideas presented demonstrate understanding of the material and concepts.

(3.2 – 3.59)

Arguments are more often based on opinion or unclear views than on position grounded in the readings of material or external sources of material.

(2.8 – 3.19)

Arguments are frequently illogical and unsubstantiated; Limited use of facts in case study and essential information presented in resources; May resort to ad hominem attacks on the author instead of making meaningful application of the material.

(2.4 -2.8)

Arguments lack meaningful explanation or support of ideas. Does not provide facts presented in case study.

(0 – 2.39)

demonstrated full understanding of requirements responded to each aspect of assignment

(1.8 -2.0)

demonstrated understanding of requirements; missed one minor aspect of assignment

(1.6 – 1.79)

demonstrated some understanding of requirements; missed a key element or two minor aspects of assignment

(1.4 – 1.59)

failed to show a firm understanding of requirements; missed two key elements or several minor aspects of assignment

(1.2 – 1.39)

did not demonstrate understanding of assignment requirements

(0 – 1.19)

Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of written English, including but not limited to capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. No errors found. No jargon used.

(0.9 -1.0)

Adheres to standard usage of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. One to three errors found.

(0.8 – 0.89)

Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Four to 10 errors found.

(0.7 – 0.79)

Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English, including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. More than 10 errors found.

(0.6 – 0.69)

Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: conventions of written English largely incomprehensible and errors are too plentiful to count.

(0 – 0.59)

Overall Score

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