Class: Business Management 105
Topic: Big Five Personality Traits in the workplace and how managers deal with them.
I need a couple of rough paragraphs to submit tonight but will extend the project if i’s satisfied to complete the entire project in a couple of weeks.
Final Project Instructions
The topic for your Final Project can be anything covered in this course. Choose something that really interested you, something you would like to explore more fully, or something you might like to debate in class
The product of your Final Project is up to you. You can write a paper, create a narrated PowerPoint or produce some other product that demonstrates your understanding of the subject you selected. Whatever option you choose, you must have at least three (3) properly cited references. (Note: a url, a link to a website, is not a proper citation.) Instructions for each option are detailed below.
Write a Research Paper
Create a Narrated PowerPoint.
Other: Come up with any presentation method you like, but you MUST connect with your instructor to get approval. Some options to consider are Prezi, webcast, formal outline, audio recording, infographic, etc.
Your Final Project will be submitted in two parts. Part 1 in Session 12, and Part 2 in Session 14.
To submit your Final Project, click on the link above. Scroll down to Section 2 (“Assignment Materials”) and then click “Browse My Computer” to find and attach your .doc or .docx file. Write any comments to your instructor in the “Comments” box. Click “Submit”. After you submit your project, you can tell it has been received by clicking on “My Grades” in the main menu of the course. You will see a “!” in the grade book. After your instructor grades the assignment, you will see a score instead of the “!”
Write a Research Paper
Your assignment should be 4-5 pages long (excluding cover page, attachments, etc.), double-spaced, using 12-point font and 1-inch margins.
If your paper integrates information from published sources and/or you build on the work of others, you must be careful not to plagiarize. You can find information about plagiarism at the Plagiarism.org website; a link to this website has been provided under the “Resources” tab in the main menu of the course. Please also see the rubric posted under the “Resources” tab in the main menu of the course for additional guidelines on grading.
Please note: Your assignment must be submitted as a .doc or .docx file. If you fail to do this, your instructor may be unable to open or grade your assignment.
See the rubric for a guide to follow.