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SAINT MBA 525 - Module 1: Journal Article Assignment 1 powerpoint slides




Question;Need Help with completing MBA 525 power point slides assignment with the following to be done.MBA 525 - Module 1: Journal Article Assignment 1;Assignment;You will locate one peer-reviewed journal article related to;a topic covered in Module 1 and create a professionally designed PowerPoint;presentation. In the presentation, you must identify and explain the purpose of;the study (article), interpret definitions and variations in definitions, if;any. The presentation should include a minimum of five slides, with audio;embedded on each slide (for a total of five-to-seven minutes). You will also;submit a Word document of your audio transcript.;Steps;The following sequence of steps will help you complete this;assignment successfully.;1. Read;the module content and assigned textbook material thoroughly.;2. Based;on the module content and textbook material, decide on a business-related topic;to research. It is helpful if the topic is narrowed and focused. For example;the topic of global economy is too broad and yields over 5,700 peer-reviewed;articles in EBSCO Host. Instead, you may consider how Argenti discusses global;economy in Chapter 1. Based on Chapter 1, how would you narrow the topic? You;may decide you are interested in the role of technology and the global economy.;This search, in contrast, yields a much more manageable list of peer-reviewed;journal articles.1. Evaluate;your search results. Be certain a source is indeed an academic journal, not a;book review, abstract, or ?popular? (magazine) article. You do need access to;the entire journal article. Open the complete database entry for your article.;Look for ?document type? and ?author affiliation.? You most often want a;document type of ?article?, however, some essays may be appropriate. If you;have doubt, ask your professor. Most authors of peer-reviewed articles will be;affiliated with a university, college, or research institute. See Evaluating sources below for further;information regarding popular versus scholarly articles.;2. Read;the article. Most will find it useful to read the abstract first and conclusion;second. You will then want to read the review of literature and the remaining;parts of the article. Keep in mind that scholarly articles are dense, and most;people need to read them more them once. Take your time to process what you are;reading and make notes. Use the Swales and Feak textbook to assist you with;identifying the purpose of the article and the definition of key terms.;3. When;you have completed reading the article, take time to reflect on it. Remember;the hallmark of graduate studies is original thought. Throughout your studies;you will be asked what you think about something. Try to connect the article;with what you already know from undergraduate studies, other classes, work;experience, and life experience. If you need to locate other sources to back up;your point, do that now before moving on.;4. Prepare;and organize thoughts for your presentation. Remember that your objective is;clear for this presentation. You are required to summarize the article;identify and explain its purpose, and define key terms (clarifying any;discrepancies in definitions), all packed in a professional PowerPoint;presentation. Be certain to read the grading rubric below for details.;NOTE OF WHAT TOPIC WAS FOR THIS WEEK This was our topic for week 1 so anything that related to this will be fine for the assignment above. Corporate Communication.;Consider this case from the perspective as a Google employee. As Google;continues to grow, there may or may not be some impact on its corporate;structure and founding philosophy. How would you use Peter Senge?s five;disciplines to (1) understand the changing environment at Google, (2);assess the major events influencing the changes, and (3) adapt to the;changes?


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