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MGT 4670 Executive Leadership Case Study




Question;MGT 4670 Executive LeadershipCase Study InstructionsInstructions:There will be five case studies (listed below) completed in the course. The goal of thecase study assignments are to strategically evaluate the students knowledge on a varietyof topics covered in the text by use of a real-world scenario. Since the cases used in thecourse are brief in nature the student must answer each of the questions at the end of thecase study with theories and concepts from the textbook in mind. The case studyassignments are to be completed individually by the student, no group work is allowed. Itis mandatory that the answers to the case studies questions exhibit critical thinking andtheoretical rationale. The page length for each of the case studies will range between 3and 5 pages depending on the case details. The content of the written work in the casestudies should be free of grammatical and spelling errors and commensurate with collegelevel scholarship and critical thinking skills. Each assignment should include a title pageand a reference page (if sources are used not a requirement, but allowed). The title pageand reference page do not count toward the minimum page requirement of 3 pages ofbody. The paper should fully comply to APA format (6th edition). The rubric providedbelow will be used to grade each case study.Case Study Grading Rubric:CompetencyApplication ofleadershipconceptsUnacceptable1.Weight = 20%Applies knowledgewith little consistencyor accuracy2. Seeks basicalternative solutionsAcceptable1.Weight = 28%Applies knowledgewith some degree ofaccuracy2. Seeks relevantsolutions for problemExcellent1.Weight = 33.3%Applies knowledgeconsistently andaccurately2. Seeks extensivesolutions for problem3. Applies proceduresand concepts tofamiliar tasks withlimited accuracy butnot to unfamiliar tasksAnalysis ofleadershipconcepts1. Draws conclusionswith difficulty3. Applies procedures 3. Applies procedures andand concepts tofamiliar tasks butmight have difficultywith unfamiliar tasks1. Draws conclusionswith minimal difficulty2. Distinguishes relevant 2. Distinguishesfrom irrelevantinformation withdifficultyrelevant fromirrelevant informationwith minimal difficultyconcepts to familiar andunfamiliar tasks1. Draws well-reasonedconclusionsconsistently2. Distinguishes relevantfrom irrelevantinformation easily3. Breaks down theories 3. Breaks down theories 3. Breaks down theoriesand arguments intotheir elements withdifficultyand arguments intotheir elements withminimal difficultyand arguments intotheir elements withaccuracy4. Demonstrates minimal 4. Demonstrates some 4. Demonstratesawareness of ones oranothers biases,assumptions or valuesSynthesis ofleadershipconceptsawareness of onesor anothers biases,assumptions orvalues1. Draws inconsistent or 1. Drawsincompletegeneralizations2. Generates new ideasfrom existinginformationinaccurately orinconsistently3. Integrates relevantknowledge fromdiverse perspectiveswith little depthgeneralizations thatare partiallyconsistent2. Generates new ideasfrom existinginformation withsome accuracy orconsistency3. Integrates relevantknowledge fromdiverse perspectiveswith some depthawareness of ones oranothers biases,assumptions or values1. Draws generalizationsthat are consistent andsupportable2. Generates new ideasfrom existinginformation withaccuracy andconsistency3. Integrates relevantknowledge from diverseperspectives with depthand breadth


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