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QAS 228 Final Group Project

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Final Group Project/Presentation Description;It is a final group project. This project is used to evaluate the group problems prepared and analyzed;in QAS 228 course;A. Final Group project/presentation Part I Requirement;1. Group Problem Solving Chapter 6 (Standard Normal Distribution chapter);a. Group A- 6.56 (a,b) - Undergraduate Survey;b. Group B 6.57 (a,b) - Undergraduate Survey;c. Group C- 6.58 (a,b) - Graduate Survey;d. Group D 6.59 (a,b) - Graduate Survey;B. Final Group Project/Presentation - Part II Requirement;1. ABC University Administration has hired your group as business consultants to;determine whether the University should expand its undergraduate and graduate;business programs to an offsite location or multiple locations. With your group work;you will observe and analyze undergraduate or graduate student data. Your group will;address the problem or issue given. Based on your results from your group work in;chapter 6 and work from previous group assignments in the semester, your group will;discuss the results of your group recent chapter 6 assignments and how the results;can assist the ABC University administrators in their business decision making;process. Also, you should suggest what other information concerning the different;types of errors might be useful to examine, and offer possible courses of actions for;the University administration or management might use to guide the ABC University;in the direction of future success and increased revenue growth.;C. Prepare an analysis report to be submitted to the ABC University Administration. You;should include the following information in your report;1. Cover page. Please use business design. You should also include your name.;2. Background and objective of the project.;3. Data analysis. It should include all the tables, charts, and detailed analysis. Please note that;for each of the datasets that you present, you should also clearly analyze the pattern of the;data and provide insightful inferences related to the objective of the project.;4. Conclusions and suggestions.;5. Appendix, if any.;Note: Please check the attached evaluation rubric for the report.;Project due policy;The project should be submitted on time. Project handed in during the week after it is due will be;penalized by 25% deduction. Project handed in during the second week after it is due will be;penalized by 50% deduction. No submission will be acceptable after that.;Evaluation Rubric for QAS 228 Project Report;Criteria;Cover page;A (20 points);B(15 points);C(10 points);D(5 points);Clear and good business design which is related to the project.;Clear design with a title.;Background and objective of the project;Clearly explain the background and condition of the company, and the reasons for the company to start the project.;Clearly explain either the background of the company, or the reasons to start the project, but do not have both.;Have explained either the background or the objectives of the project, but the explanations are irrelevant.;No background and objective of the project.;Data analysis;For each of the four datasets: choose an appropriate chart to present the data by using Excel, clearly analyze the pattern of the data, provide insightful inferences related to the objective of the project.;For the four datasets, either choose an appropriate chart to present the data by using Excel, or clearly analyze the pattern of the data and provide clear inferences related to the objective of the project, but do not have both.;For the four datasets, choose a chart to present the data but the chart is inappropriate and do not obtain information about the pattern of the data.;Miss charts for the datasets.;Draw reasonable conclusions based on data analysis, provide insightful suggestions for management.;Draw reasonable conclusions based on data analysis, but do not provide clear suggestions for;management.;Have conclusions or suggestions, but is unrelated to data analysis or the objective of the paper.;Miss conclusions and suggestions.;The report is well constructed, no grammatical or spelling errors.;The report is generally clear but the transition or flow is difficult in some places, or few;grammatical /spelling errors.;The concepts and ideas presented in the report are loosely connected, or several grammatical/spelling errors.;The concepts and ideas presented in the report are unclear, or pervasive grammatical/spelling errors.;Conclusions and suggestions;Writing;No cover page.

 

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