|Perfect Number of Pages to Order||5-10 Pages|
Evaluated the International Internship Program
|Deliverable Length:||10–12 slides (excl. Title and Reference slides, 2 references); Speaker notes 200–250 words/slide|
|Details:||Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday, and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time.|
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors, it evaluated the international internship program and determined that the program was a successful first step toward globalization. The Board of Directors discussed the merits of expanding the organization into three global locations. Because you led the successful implementation of the international internship program, the Chairwoman of the Board of Directors nominated you to prepare a globalization plan for the organization. The organization is in the financial industry, and the Board of Directors anticipates that globalization will be a good choice to ensure the growth of its long-term investments. The Board of Directors has asked that you prepare a presentation describing a 10-year globalization plan.
Using Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection resources, research globalization and create a presentation of 10–12 slides that addresses the following:
Prepare a vision statement of at least 1 paragraph for the organization to act as the foundation for its global strategy.
Describe your recommendation for the organization’s global strategy, including 3 global locations and the competitive advantage it may gain from operating in these 3 locations.
Describe the goals of the globalization plan, its phases, and the plan’s prospective 10-year time line.
What are the key success factors of the globalization plan from a project management perspective?
What human resources (HR) and human capital management concerns need to be addressed in the plan?
What change management practices could be included in the plan?
What are the economic conditions in each global location? How might the plan affect and be affected by changes in the global economy?
Conclude the presentation with a projection of the costs of the globalization plan and its potential return on investment.
Provide a reference list at the end of your presentation of at least 10 Bloomberg Businessweek B-School Connection articles, and include in-text citations for the articles in APA format.
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|Presentation has no spelling or punctuation errors and very few grammatical errors. Very well written and excellent use of business language.||Presentation has a few punctuation or spelling errors. Few grammatical errors that don’t affect meaning. Well written and use of business language is acceptable.||Presentation has some punctuation or spelling errors. Some grammatical errors but generally don’t affect meaning. Language is satisfactory overall but use of more appropriate business language is required.||Presentation has numerous punctuation or spelling errors. Numerous grammatical errors that affect meaning. Language used is unprofessional and not appropriate for business use.|
|Presentation Organization and Formatting||Relevant sections are included, and each is organized effectively. Formatting is professional and consistent and includes all required elements.||Relevant sections are included but could be a little better organized. Formatting is acceptable and/or one or two required elements are missing.||Relevant sections are included but organization could be improved. Formatting is inconsistent and/or many elements are missing or not formatted appropriately.||Sections are missing and/or poorly organized. Formatting is messy and unprofessional.|
|Presentation Content/Thinking||Presentation Content is comprehensive and detailed. Thinking and ideas are presented clearly, are engaging and thorough.||Presentation Content is sufficient. Thinking and ideas are clear but could be expanded to be more thorough.||Presentation Content is fairly basic and/or thinking and ideas lack some clarity and depth.||Presentation Content is very basic and thinking and ideas are superficial and lack clarity.|