Presentation on theme: "Bus 411 DAY 21. ETS testing ETS Field Test in Business for Wednesday, April 23, in Nadeau 109. the morning; 9:00 a.m. afternoon 1:00 PM Juniors and Seniors."— Presentation transcript:
ETS testing ETS Field Test in Business for Wednesday, April 23, in Nadeau 109. the morning; 9:00 a.m. afternoon 1:00 PM Juniors and Seniors in the accredited Professional Management Programs should take this test. If a student took the test last year, they can take it again, if they want to.
Timeline (tentative) Today Team 2 Case 28 Home Depot Grades and feedback for 2 ND Case will be posted later today April 17 Tony Case 23 Harrahs April 21 Team 1 Case 24 Royal Caribbean Cruises April 24 Team 2 Case 25 Web Reservations International April 28 Team 1 Case 21 USA truck May 1 Team 2 Case 22 Yellow Roadway Corp. Take home final assigned May 6 @ 10AM In-class final May 9 by 3 PM Take home final
Case Presentation Analysis Company: Date: Presenting Team Members: Place comments after each rating.Ratings (circle the appropriate numbers). CONTENTPoorBelow Average Above Average Superior 1. Mission and Vision Statement12345 2. Thoroughness, accuracy, and depth of external analysis 12345 3. Thoroughness, accuracy, and depth of internal analysis 12345 4. Identification and evaluation of alternative strategies using matrices 12345 5. Quality, quantity, feasibility, and relevance of recommendations 12345 6. Justification and support for recommendations12345 DELIVERY 1. Organization of presentation12345 2. Professionalism of presentation12345 3. Use of visuals and color12345 4. Communication skills of team12345 5. Use of time (40 min presentation)12345 6. Handling of questions (up to 10 minutes)12345 OVERALL EVALUATION:12345
Peer Review for Case studies Put your name and your team members names in the spaces provided, one name at the top of each column. Names: Ratings: On time for all group meetings: Helped keep the group cohesive: Number of useful ideas contributed: Quantity of work done: Quality of work done: ++++ Add Total Scores Here: In rating yourself and your team members, use a one- to five-point scale, where 5 = superior, 4 = above average, 3 = average, 2 = below average, and 1 = really weak. Add the scores to obtain a total score for yourself and the other group members. Put any comments you like on the bottom or back of this page. Fold this sheet when you complete the ratings below. If you receive a poor rating on this evaluation, your final case average will be lowered one letter grade. A superior rating may add points to the final case average.