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Asked by: moalzain-ga
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29 Oct 2006 05:26 PST
Expires: 28 Nov 2006 05:26 PST
Question ID: 778071
Deliverable Length: 4-6 slides with notes Think about your current or past employer (or another company you are familiar with). Using the company as a whole, or the department you are most familiar with, evaluate the extent that management utilizes the classic management activities - planning, organizing, controlling, and leading. Compare the ideal use of these activities found in the text book with how you see them executed in your workplace. Prepare the required slides and notes comparing the ideal and the actual situations Hints for Success For more information on creating PowerPoint Presentations, please visit the PowerPoint Lab. Please note that the slides require that speaker notes be attached. You must cite, in APA format, all of your sources used in completing this assignment, including the text. For more information on using APA citations and references, please visit the APA Lab.
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From: frde-ga on 29 Oct 2006 05:44 PST
Well, rather a long time ago, well before Powerpoint, someone who was rather good at presentations, quietly briefed me in the use of a flip chart and wax crayons. Slides, Powerpoint etc are quite boring. The first objective in a presentation is to wake up the audience, the second is to keep them awake. You might be interested to know that the guy who showed me that, learnt his stuff in the military, and that the famous Video Arts training films (featuring John Cleese) also had a military background.
From: pinkfreud-ga on 29 Oct 2006 14:35 PST
It seems likely that, in a homework assignment of this type, the instructor is seeking a presentation that you have prepared yourself, rather than one which you purchased on the Internet.
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