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Introduction

This portfolio work project, a staffing and communication management plan, is based on your selected business or IT project. You may choose to base your assignment on the case study of Cosmo, Inc., a developer and distributor of wearable technology, or use a project of your choice. Project communications management encompasses “the processes required to ensure timely and appropriate planning, collection, creation, distribution, storage, retrieval, management, control, monitoring, and ultimate disposition of project information” (Project Management Institute, 2017, p. 569). The project communication plan describes how, when, and by whom information regarding project status is administered by and disseminated to. The staffing management plan must address the areas that need to be included and how they should be implemented to ensure the project is successful. The management plan links individual success to team success, and thus, to project success. 

You may choose a business of your own. It must include (but is not limited to) the following criteria:

  • Clear business objective and a specific completion outcome.
  • Project team with at least three members in addition to yourself. Each member must have defined roles and responsibilities
  • Completion window of 180 days.
  • Cost estimates that serve as the basis for a budget used as part of the plan development processYour Role
    You are the project managerRequirements
    Refer to the Software Preparation and Technology Access study in Unit 1 for information on accessing Microsoft Project. Practice using MS Project in this course helps prepare you for future professional PM roles and responsibilities, please use MS Project for those tasks supported by MS Project. In addition, you may use a variety of other tools including MS Visio, MS PowerPoint, and MS Word as appropriate. Use the PMBOK® Guide as the model for developing the deliverables.Part 1: Staffing Management Plan
    The staffing management plan document should contain the following components (at minimum):

    • Describe staff acquisition needs and process.
    • Explain training needs for project team members.
    • Explain the recognition and rewards processes.
    • Analyze stakeholders’ level of engagement and significance to the project.
      • Include an organizational chart.
    • Develop a staffing timetable and staffing release strategy
    • Part 2: Communication Management Plan
    • Develop a communication management plan to be distributed to the stakeholders of the project.
    • You may choose to use the Communication Plan [DOC] (linked in the Resources) template or devise your own document to complete this assignment.
    • The document should be succinct and contain the following components (at minimum):
      • Provide project specific information including project name, sponsor name and project manager.
      • Provide a narrative introduction describing the objectives, stakeholders, and topics related to project communications.
      • Complete the Communication matrix.Preparation
        Use the software of your choice to develop the deliverables for this assignment. This assignment has two parts and two deliverables:

        1. Part A: Develop a staffing management plan document using your choice of word-processing applications, including Microsoft Word.
        2. Part B: Using the Communication Plan template or a document you make yourself, include the following in your project communication management plan.
        3. Deliverable Format
        • References: There is no set number of references required for this assignment. Use scholarly or academic sources where applicable.
        • Format:
          • Use the provided Communication Plan template linked in Resources or another format as appropriate.
          • Use your choice of Microsoft Word, Visio, or PowerPoint to develop the Staffing Management Plan, including the organizational chart.
          • Follow the corresponding Academic and Professional Document Guidelines (linked in Resources), including single-spaced paragraphs. The Communication Plan and Staffing Management Plan are professional documents.

          These ones: Project Management Institute. Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Sixth Edition and Agile Practice Guide. Newtown Square. PA. 2017.

  • Kerzner, H. R. (2017). Project management: A systems approach to planning, scheduling, and controlling (12th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
    • Section 10.6, “Stakeholder Relations Management,” pages 329–335. 

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Performance Evaluation

Introduction

This portfolio work project will help you complete a thorough review of an organization’s financial performance as well as their level of risk for lending. Your recommendation will help leadership create a loan portfolio, and your executive summary will clearly and concisely communicate your review to others in the organization.

Scenario

You work for an organization that provides loans to businesses. You are working with a client who is requesting a loan that will require a review of financial and related performance documents. You have been asked to review the documents and summarize your findings in a loan recommendation for your management team.

You may apply this scenario to either Option 1 or Option 2, described in Requirements below.

Your Role

You are a loan manager for a lending organization, and your responsibilities include reviewing loan requests and providing recommendations in regard to whether the loan requests should be funded.

Requirements

Option 1:

Your client works for Ace Company. Assume Ace Company requested a $3 million 10-year loan to purchase production equipment and develop accompanying software.

The Ace Company Data document provided in the Resources contains financial statements for Ace Company.

Option 2:

Use a firm or scenario of your choosing.

Before choosing a company, read the assignment thoroughly to ensure:

The company fits the assignment requirements.

You have access to the financial statements and related performance documents needed to assess risk and make a loan recommendation. You will need information for this year and last year.

  • You can distribute the financial statements and related performance documents without disclosing confidential company information.
  • Contact your instructor with questions.
  • Loan Recommendation

To arrive at your recommendation, analyze the financial performance of the requesting company and present it to your organization’s upper-management team. The management team will take your recommendation into consideration as they finalize loan requests.

Analyze the company’s performance and performance trends. Include the following in your analysis:

Analyze the trend for accounts receivable collections.

Identify the trend.

Explain the relevance of the trend.

  1. Determine if the trend is improving or getting worse.

Compare the company’s average inventory turnover to the industry average inventory turnover rate. Note that the average industry turnover rate for Ace Company is 10 times per year.

  1. Consider whether the company’s average inventory turnover is higher or lower than the industry average.
  2. Explain whether a higher or lower average is better.
  3. Determine whether the trend is improving or getting worse.
  4. Evaluate the company’s short-term and long-term credit worthiness based on financial performance and trend (comparing this year to last year). Include in your evaluation:

Information about performance and trends.

  1. Information about other relevant financial information you consider important to the decision.
  2. Your recommendation regarding whether the bank should grant the loan based on the financial data.
  3. Deliverable Format
  4. The management team of your organization requests this information in the form of a 1–2 page executive summary along with a title page, references page, and appendix of supporting information. The executive summary must highlight the key findings from your review and will provide your recommendation and rationale. The appendix must include data used in your analysis for others to review. Assume that this document is the only communication in regard to your analysis and recommendation and that you will not be with the team to explain anything as it deliberates. In other words, the documentation you provide must be well organized and include information for the management team to clearly see your recommendation and rationale.

Related company report standards:

  1. The executive summary is a professional document and should therefore follow the corresponding Academic and Professional Document Guidelines, including single-spaced paragraphs.
  2. In addition to the executive summary, include:
  3. A title page.

A references page.

Appendix with supporting materials. If you are using a firm or scenario of your choosing, ensure your instructor has sufficient information to understand how you reached your recommendation.

At least two APA-formatted references.

Evaluation

  • By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:
  • Competency 1: Explain how accounting concepts and practices impact financial reporting.

Analyze the trend for the company’s accounts receivable collections.

  • Compare the company’s average inventory turnover ratio to an industry average.
  • Competency 2: Apply principles of accounting to assess financial performance.
  • Evaluate the company’s short-term and long-term credit worthiness.
  • Competency 4: Communicate financial information with multiple stakeholders.

Communicate accounting information clearly.

Your course instructor will use the scoring guide to review your recommendation as if they were a member of your organization’s management team. Review the scoring guide prior to developing and submitting your assignment.

Performance Evaluation Scoring Guide

  • CRITERIANON-PERFORMANCEBASICPROFICIENTDISTINGUISHEDAnalyze the trend for the company’s accounts receivable collections.
    25%Does not analyze the trend for accounts receivable collections.Identifies the trend, but the analysis is incomplete or missing information.Analyzes the trend for the company’s accounts receivable collections.Analyzes the trend for accounts receivable collections and explains findings clearly and in sufficient detail that helps managers make a decision.Compare the company’s average inventory turnover ratio to an industry average.
    25%Does not compare the company’s average turnover ratio to the industry average.Compares the company’s average turnover ratio to the industry average, but the comparison is incomplete or missing information.Compares the company’s average inventory turnover ratio to an industry average.Compares the company’s average inventory turnover ratio to the industry average and explains the difference it makes in the company’s financials in detail and with clarity that will help bank managers make a loan decision.Evaluate the company’s short-term and long-term credit worthiness.
    30%Does not evaluate the company’s short- and long-term credit worthiness.States a belief about the company’s short- and long-term credit worthiness but does not provide an analysis.Evaluates the company’s short-term and long-term credit worthiness.Evaluates the company’s short- and long-term credit worthiness for this year compared to last year and explains and includes information that will help bank management make a loan decision.Communicate accounting information clearly.
    20%Does not communicate accounting information clearly.Communicates accounting information, but some information is not clear.Communicates accounting information clearly.Communicates accounting information clearly and engages the reader with the fluidity of expression. There are few if any errors of mechanics, grammar, or style.

Capital Budgeting

  • The president of a large company was asked why the company was holding onto a large amount of cash, instead of investing the cash. The reply was, “Because we see a lack of available positive NPV projects.”
  • For this discussion, prepare 3–4 paragraphs as if a new colleague you are mentoring who is not as knowledgeable as you about finance or accounting reads the above statement. Consider:
  • Detailing for your colleague what the statement means and why it is important.

Providing an example of at least one project that may have a negative NPV but be worth doing. For example, perhaps the company is posting monitors all over its office to provide employees weather, traffic, and news.

  • DISCUSSION PARTICIPATION SCORING GUIDE
  • DISCUSSION PARTICIPATION GRADING RUBRICCriteriaNon-performanceBasicProficientDistinguishedApply relevant course concepts, theories, or materials correctly.
    25%Does not explain relevant course concepts, theories, or materials.Explains relevant course concepts, theories, or materials.Applies relevant course concepts, theories, or materials correctly.Analyzes course concepts, theories, or materials correctly, using examples or supporting evidence.Collaborate with fellow learners, relating the discussion to relevant course concepts.
    25%Does not collaborate with fellow learners.Collaborates with fellow learners without relating the discussion to the relevant course concepts.Collaborates with fellow learners, relating the discussion to relevant course concepts.Collaborates with fellow learners, relating the discussion to relevant course concepts and extending the dialogue.Apply relevant professional, personal, or other real-world experiences.
    25%Does not contribute professional, personal, or other real-world experiences.Contributes professional, personal, or other real-world experiences, but contributions lack relevance.Applies relevant professional, personal, or other real-world experiences.Applies relevant professional, personal, or other real-world experiences to extend the dialogue.Support position with applicable knowledge.
    25%Does not establish relevant position.Establishes relevant position.Supports position with applicable knowledge.Validates position with applicable knowledge.

Topic Resources

  • To learn more about capital budgeting decisions, you may wish to read the following journal articles: 

Bennouna, K., Meredith, G. G., & Marchant, T. (2010). Improved capital budgeting decision making: Evidence from Canada. Management Decision, 48(2), 225–247.

Hornstein, A. S., & Zhao, M. (2011). Corporate capital budgeting decisions and information sharing. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 20(4), 1135–1170.

The following resources will be useful in preparing this discussion post:

Afterman, A. B. (2015). Non-GAAP performance measures: Virtue or vice? The CPA Journal, 85(10), 48–49.

Diffley, E. A, & Greenstein, A. (2016). Presenting non-GAAP financial measures in the face of increased scrutiny. Insights, 30(6), 3–9.

Marshall, D., McManus, W., & Viele, D. (2020). Accounting: What the numbers mean (12th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. 

Read page 648.

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Performance Measurement

This week’s discussion is about valuation of company assets for purposes of computing return on investment (ROI). Use the following scenario for your discussion:

A company owns two identical apartment buildings.

  • Both buildings were built at the same time.
  • The first building was acquired by the company ten years ago.
  • The second building was acquired by the company two years ago at a higher price.
  • The net book value of the first building will be much lower than the net book value of the second building due to accumulated depreciation and a lower purchase price.
  • Each building has a different manager.

For your post, prepare 3–4 paragraphs about managing these properties. Discuss how to measure the ROIs so that the manager of the older building does not show a much higher ROI, even if actual job performance is worse in terms of keeping the units rented and containing maintenance costs.

Ethics and ROI

For this discussion, consider the following scenario:

You are the division manager of a company with four departments. Your company evaluates department managers on the basis of return on investment (ROI), with investment measured by net book value (that is, original cost minus depreciation). You have a favorite person you want to put in a place where she can achieve a high ROI. You know if she is the manager of the older division, where the net book value is low, she will achieve a high ROI.

Post a discussion of 2–4 paragraphs about the ethics of this scenario. Consider for your post:

  • The ethics of what you are about to do.
  • The ethics of not bringing the measure of ROI with the investment defined as net book value to the attention of management.
    • What is your “return on investment” to your current or potential employer?
    • How can you continue to demonstrate your value to enhance your career?
    • Identify a professional achievement you are proud of. Using the CARD model, draft an accomplishment statement that showcases this achievement
      clearly and concisely and add it to your resume.
    • How does your resume present your value to a potential employer? See the resources in the Career Center on building a dynamic resume.

Refer to the following article for a good overview of ethical considerations that will help inform your post:

To learn about how we evaluate an organization’s financial performance, refer to the following resources:

  • Marshall, D., McManus, W., & Viele, D. (2020). Accounting: What the numbers mean (12th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
    • Chapter 15, “Cost Control.”
    • Chapter 16, “Costs for Decision Making.”
    • Epilogue, “Accounting – The Future.”
  • Johnson, N. B. (2010). Residual income compensation plans and deferred taxes. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 22(2010), 103–114.

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Classified Balance Sheet

Activity Instructions

This assignment will provide you the opportunity to prepare a classified balance sheet. Using the classified balance sheet, you will then analyze and draw conclusions on the classifications in aggregate and individual components.

Complete P5-3 (page 263) and CP5-2 (page 270) from Chapter 5 of your Financial Accounting textbook.

Submission Requirements

All quantitative assignments must be completed on the Microsoft Excel templates provided. Create one workbook with multiple tabs, copying each problem’s template onto a separate tab and completing the work there. Submit this single file in the assignment area. Include your name and the assignment number in the file name; also include your name and the problem number on each tab of the document. All work should be shown. Assignments must not be submitted as a PDF.

Refer to the scoring guide for this assignment to ensure that you meet the grading criteria. Note that one scoring guide is used to evaluate both of the problems in this assessment; each criterion in the scoring guide relates to one or both of the problems here.

Bank Reconciliation and Journal Entries

Activity Instructions

For this assignment, you will prepare a bank reconciliation and the related journal entries required through the reconciliation process.

Complete P6-6 (page 317) and CP6-2 (page 322) from Chapter 6 of your Financial Accounting textbook.

Submission Requirements

All quantitative assignments must be completed on the Microsoft Excel templates provided. Create one workbook with multiple tabs, copying each problem’s template onto a separate tab and completing the work there. Submit this single file in the assignment area. Include your name and the assignment number in the file name; also include your name and the problem number on each tab of the document. All work should be shown. Assignments must not be submitted as a PDF.

Refer to the scoring guide for this assignment to ensure that you meet the grading criteria. Note that one scoring guide is used to evaluate both of the problems in this assessment; each criterion in the scoring guide relates to one or both of the problems here.

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Training—Accounting Tools and Practices

Introduction

This portfolio work project will help you to not only better understand commonly used accounting tools, but it will also give you the opportunity to use your skills and experience by preparing training materials to train someone else.

Scenario

You work for an organization that is seeking growth and recently has hired new district managers to assist in this growth. In talking to other regional managers, you have heard that some district managers do not have a thorough understanding of commonly used accounting tools including an income statement and balance sheet. You have a new district manager hire, John, and see the need to do some training with him so he has a solid understanding of income statements, balance sheets, and the elements that go into them including advertising costs, Web development costs, and store opening costs.

In preparing to train your new hire, you have determined that the use of examples (a picture is worth a thousand words) can be a great approach to use. So, you have decided to gather some examples from the company’s summary of significant accounting policies from its latest financial statements.

You may apply this scenario to either Option 1 or Option 2, described in Requirements below.

Your Role

You are a regional manager for Urban Outfitters or your selected organization and oversee a number of districts. You have recently brought a new district manager on board and want to ensure he has the knowledge and tools needed to effectively do his job.

Requirements

Option 1:

The organization you work for is Urban Outfitters. Use the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission site linked in Resources to find the Urban Outfitter’s 2016–2017 financial statement’s summary of significant accounting policies. Look at the data for 2015, 2016, and 2017 for the following examples of essential elements you need to cover with John and ensure his understanding.

  • Advertising. Examine the criteria used to expense and capitalize advertising costs and where these costs appear in the financial statement.
  • Store opening costs. Examine how store opening and organization costs were handled and where these costs appear in the financial statement.
  • Website development costs. Examine the approaches taken during the application and infrastructure development stage and the planning and operating stage.
Option 2:

Use a firm or scenario of your choosing.

Before choosing a company, read the assignment thoroughly to ensure:

  • The company fits the assignment requirements.
  • You have access to the financial statement’s summary of significant accounting policies and the Note disclosures from which you are drawing your materials. Include this information in the appendix for instructor reference.
  • You can distribute the data without disclosing confidential company information.

Contact your instructor with questions.

Training Materials

As you prepare your training materials for John, use the examples you collected from the company’s Notes to financial documents to illustrate how you address the following items:

  • Explain how one or more of the following costs are captured:
    • Advertising.
    • Store opening. If store opening costs were capitalized, over what time period would you amortize them? Explain why you selected this time period.
    • Website development.
  • Analyze the importance of Notes to financial statements in interpreting financial statements.
  • Explain how the accounting method the company uses affects the financial statements.
  • Explain how the financial statements would differ if another method were used to capture the costs.
  • If you have a preference for capitalizing or expensing these costs, explain why it is your preference.

Deliverable Format

Leadership has asked that you develop either a training deck or a training manual that you will use with John and that can be deployed with other new hires as well. Regardless of the format selected, the information should address the points identified above and with detailed explanations within the notes areas of slides or within the training manual text. It will also be helpful to include information in regard to why each item is important to the organization as well as the success of the new district manager.

To use your time and John’s time wisely, be conscientious about providing thorough yet concise information. These materials are expected to be used by others for future training needs, so make sure they are well organized and clear.

Training materials requirements:
  • 12–15 slides for a training deck. Include additional details as slide notes.
  • 3–4 pages for a training manual.
Related company standards for either format:
  • In addition to the training deck or manual materials, include:
    • Title (slide or page).
    • References (slide or page).
    • Appendix with supporting materials. If you are using a firm or scenario of your choosing, ensure your instructor has sufficient information to understand how you reached your recommendation.
    • At least two APA-formatted references.

Evaluation

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:

  • Competency 1: Explain how accounting concepts and practices impact financial reporting.
    • Explain how the accounting method the company used affects the financial statements.
    • Compare how two accounting methods differ in their effects on the financial statements.
  • Competency 4: Communicate financial information with multiple stakeholders.
    • Communicate accounting information clearly.

Your course instructor will use the scoring guide to review your deliverable as if they were your immediate supervisor. Review the scoring guide prior to developing and submitting your assignment.

Advanced Topics in Financial Statements

Between 1955 and 1972, consumer prices increased by less than one percent a year. The first-in, first-out (FIFO) inventory pricing method was, by a wide margin, the most popular choice. This method assigns the cost of the earliest purchased items as the cost of goods sold and assigns the cost of the most recent purchases to the value of the unsold goods, shown as inventory on the balance sheet. This method of determining cost flow matches the actual physical flow of inventory (selling the oldest items first, keeping the physical goods fresh).

From about 1972 to about 1985, inflation occurred in the United States. In some years, prices increased by more than twelve percent. In some industries, the price increase was much higher than twelve percent. A method of computing the cost flow of inventory called the last-in, first-out (LIFO) method quickly became the most popular choice, again by a wide margin. This method assigns the cost of the earliest (cheapest) purchases to inventory and assigns the cost of the latest (most expensive) purchases as the cost of goods sold. Note that the use of LIFO for cost-flow determination has no effect on the physical flow of inventory, which will continue to sell the oldest items first and maintain a fresh inventory.

For this week’s discussion, prepare 4–5 paragraphs discussing inventory valuations. Consider the following to include in your discussion:

  • If prices were steady—no inflation and no deflation—would net income be different depending on whether a company used FIFO or LIFO? Explain.
  • If you were the owner of a company, and thus responsible for the payment of income taxes, which inventory method would you prefer if you were operating in an inflationary environment? Explain, using an example.
  • If you were the manager of a division of a company, operating in an inflationary environment, and your bonus depended on net income, which inventory method would you prefer? In answering this question, assume that you are concerned only about receiving a high bonus; you are not concerned about the well-being of the company. Explain, using an example.
  • The use of LIFO has been described as sacrificing the balance sheet in order to achieve an income statement in which gross profit is determined by matching the current costs of replacing inventory against the current selling prices of the inventory. What is meant by that description?
  • How can you find out what inventory cost flow method is being used by a company?

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Project Risk Management

Introduction

This portfolio work project, a project risk management plan, is based on your selected business or IT project. You may choose to base your assignment on the Cosmo, Inc. case study, a developer and distributor of wearable technology, or use a project of your choice.

Project risk management is “the processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response planning, response implementation, and monitoring risk on a project” (Project Management Institute, 2017, p. 569).

Risk management plays a critical role in projects. How the risks of a project are identified and managed can affect whether the project is completed on time and within budget—and ultimately whether it is a success. According to Cooper, Grey, Raymond, and Walker (2014), “risk management assists project managers in setting priorities, allocating resources and implementing actions and processes that reduce the risk of the project not achieving its objectives” (p. xviii).

Scenario

For this assignment, choose Option A or Option B; you do not need to do both. Your instructor will grade each option using the same scoring guide.

  • Option A: Based on the analysis completed by a task force at Cosmo, Inc., the marketing department must develop, implement, and test a new marketing campaign focused on maintaining current customer levels and increasing their customer base through the use of new technology. Refer to the Cosmo, Inc. Case Study (linked in Resources) for more information.
  • Option B: You may choose a business of your own. It must include (but is not limited to) the following criteria:
    • Clear business objective and a specific completion outcome.
    • Project team with at least three members in addition to yourself. Each member must have defined roles and responsibilities.
    • Completion window of 180 days.
    • Cost estimates that serve as the basis for a budget used as part of the plan development process.

Your Role

You are the project manager.

Requirements

Refer to the Software Preparation and Technology access study in Unit 1 for information on accessing Microsoft Project.

Practice using Project in this course helps prepare you for future professional PM roles and responsibilities. Please use Project for those tasks supported by Project. In addition, you may use a variety of other tools including Microsoft Visio, PowerPoint, and Word, as appropriate.

Deliverable

Develop a risk management plan for your project. Use the Risk Management Plan Template and the PMBOK® Guide (linked in Resources) to complete this assignment:

  1. Analyze the project introduction and project risk principles.
  2. Identify project risks (both positive and negative).
  3. Create a Risk Matrix Legend.
    • Probability Level / Criteria / Color Code.
    • Impact Level / Criteria / Color Code.
  4. Create your Project Risk Matrix. Identify a minimum of 10 potential risks (positive or negative). For each risk:
    • Describe the risk.
    • Identify the probability rating.
    • Identify the impact of the risk to the project.
    • Identify response or solution for the risk.
    • Explain the action plan for the response or solution to the risk.
    • Identify the responsible person for each action.
    • Identify the status of each action.
  5. Create your Risk Monitoring and Control Strategy:
    • Define the Review and Action Plan for identified and unidentified risks.
    • Establish a Review process.
    • Establish a Reporting process.
Preparation

Access the template linked in Resources to develop the deliverable for this assignment.

  • Deliverable 1: Complete the project Risk Management Plan Template.

Deliverable Format

  • References: There is no set number of references required for this assignment. Use scholarly or academic sources where applicable.
  • Format:
    • Complete the Risk Management Plan Template linked in Resources.
    • All assignments are professional documents and should therefore follow the corresponding Academic and Professional Document Guidelines (linked in Resources), including single-spaced paragraphs.
    • Use APA style and format for any references and in-text citations.
  • Length: Utilize the template, including the title page and the Reference page.

Evaluation

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:

  • Competency 1: Create a project plan, including all subsidiary plans, to deliver project outcomes that meet stakeholder expectations.
    • Analyze the project introduction and project risk principles.
    • Identify project risks (positive and negative).
    • Create a risk matrix legend.
    • Create project risk matrix.
    • Competency 3: Communicate formally and informally with project stakeholders and sponsors.
      • Communicate in a manner representing a project professional.
    • Competency 4: Establish change-control processes, and use the tools and techniques to assure approvals.
      • Create risk monitoring and control strategy.
      • Your course instructor will use the scoring guide to review your deliverable as if they were your immediate supervisor. Review the scoring guide prior to developing and submitting your assignment.

        ePortfolio

        This portfolio work project demonstrates your competency in applying knowledge and skills required of a learner in the workplace. Include this in your personal ePortfolio.

        References

        Cooper, D., Grey, S., Raymond, G., & Walker, P. (2014). Project risk management guidelines: Managing risk in large projects and complex procurements (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.Project Management Institute. Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Sixth Edition and Agile Practice Guide. Newtown Square. PA. 2017.

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    Applying Analytic Techniques to Business

    The first step in creating meaningful information to develop a business report for decision-making. The business report includes the analyzed raw data, effectively presents the analysis results in text and graphical format, as well as calculate any required statistics.

    The second step is interpreting and explaining the graphs and statistics in order to understand the impact in the practical business context.

    In the last assignment, you were asked to create the first part of your business analytics report by introducing a company, analyzing company stock data, developing graphs, and calculating some descriptive statistics.

    In this assignment, you will adjust your business report to minimize limitations of one year’s worth of data. You will use the same company for this assignment and you will use 5 years of data.

    You will also enhance your introduction/business context section of your business report based on your new graphs and your interpretation of the data graphs and descriptive statistics over a five year period. Your interpretation efforts of graphs and descriptive statistics will explicitly connect in the conclusion area. Conclusions and recommendations are the final effort in the development of a practical business report and should be supported by citations. Remember opinion is not allowed.

    Scenario

    Your supervisor has asked you to prepare a report for the quarterly company meeting. The first part of the task was to download the data and create scatterplots and histograms, and to calculate mean, median, and mode of 5 years of stock prices for your report. Now you must analyze and interpret those graphical representations of the company stock and write the report of your findings and recommendations for your supervisor.

    Your Role

    You are an analyst using the same company and five years of stock data. Having accessed the company data and placed it in an appropriate graphical format, you must now use descriptive statistics and analysis to develop a report to inform business decisions.

    Instructions

    After reviewing and integrating your instructor’s feedback on your previous assignment, complete the report as follows:

    For each graph you created, write at least one well supported paragraph interpreting the graph: What does that graph represent? What does the shape of the graph tell you about how the data have changed over time?

    For each statistic you calculated, include at least 2–3 well-supported sentences explaining what the statistic represents:

    • What does the mean tell you? How do you know?
    • What does it imply if the median is different from the mean?

    What does the standard deviation tell you about the volatility of the data?

    • Write a new conclusions section in which you explain how these interpretations can be used in the company:
    • What are some trends about which company leaders should be aware?
    • How might the information you have provided be used in decision making in the company?
    • What are other analysts indicating about the stock?

    Explicitly connect other analysts’ comments and recommendations to your interpretations to possible impact to the business context.

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    Introduction

    This portfolio work project includes a project schedule, project budget, and an integrated change control plan, based on your selected business or IT project. You may base your assignment on the Cosmo, Inc. case study, a developer and distributor of wearable technology, or a project of your choice.

    Project integration management is defined as “the processes and activities to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities within the Project Management Process Groups” (Project Management Institute, 2017, p. 569).

    Throughout a project life cycle, processes and activities involved in project integration management include identifying, defining, combining, and unifying processes and activities that are implemented throughout the entirety of the project. Project schedule, costs, and change control are components of an integrated approach to successful project outcome. Change management is considered integrated, because it considers the impact of any change in cost, schedule, scope, quality, risk, resources, or customer satisfaction on all the other factors.

    Scenario

    For this assignment, choose Option A or Option B; you do not need to do both.

    Each option will be graded using the same scoring guide.

    Option A: Based on the analysis completed by a task force at Cosmo, Inc., the marketing department is to develop, implement, and test a new marketing campaign focused on maintaining current customer levels and increasing their customer base through the utilization of new technology. Refer to the Cosmo, Inc. business case document in Course Resources for more information.

    Option B: You may choose a business of your own. It must include (but is not limited to) the following criteria:

    • There is a clear business objective and a specific completion outcome.
    • The project team has at least three members in addition to yourself and each member has defined roles and responsibilities
    • The completion window is 180 days.
    • Cost estimates that serve as the basis for a budget are used as part of the plan development process.

    Your Role

    You are the project manager.

    Requirements

    Refer to the Software Preparation and Technology access study in Unit 1 for information on accessing Microsoft Project.

    Practice using Project in this course helps prepare you for future professional PM roles and responsibilities. Please use Project for those tasks supported by Project. In addition, you may use a variety of other tools including Microsoft Visio, PowerPoint, and Word, as appropriate.

    Use the PMBOK® Guide as the model for developing the deliverables.

    Part 1: Project Schedule Activity Sequencing

    Create a diagram using software of your choice that shows the logical relationships among the schedule activities that your project involves. Note that finish-to-start is the most commonly used precedence relationship in activity sequencing.

    In your activity-sequencing diagram, show logical relationships and consider the following types:

    • Finish-to-start – The predecessor activity needs to finish before the successor can start.
    • Finish-to-finish – The predecessor activity needs to finish before the successor can finish.
    • Start-to-start – The predecessor activity needs to start before the successor can start.
    • Start-to-finish – The predecessor activity needs to start before the successor can finish.

    Part 2: Project Cost Estimate

    Prepare a cost estimate or budget for your selected project:

    • Identify the costs of each task and create categories (Labor, Materials, Contractor, Equipment, Misc., et cetera) to prioritize project expenditures.
    • Identify and quantify:
      • Constraints: Activities or elements that affect the execution of a project and impact time, costs, or performance.
      • Dependencies: Activities or elements that have either a negative or positive dependency on costs, time, or performance.
      • Assumptions: Factors considered to be certain, without proof, that impact project time, costs, or performance.
      • Provide graphical representation or representations of budget.

    Part 3: Integrated Change Control Plan

    Design your team’s integrated-change-control-plan document for the project. Include the following items (at minimum):

    • Instructions for setting up a change-control board and scheduling recurring meetings.
    • Procedures for reviewing and approving requested changes.
    • Procedures for managing approved changes.
    • Areas that need to be updated after approved changes are implemented.
    Preparation

    Use the software of your choice to develop the deliverables for this assignment.

    This assignment has three deliverables:

    • Deliverable 1: Develop an Activity Sequencing document using your choice of word-processing applications, including Microsoft Word.
    • Deliverable 2: Using the Cost Estimate Template [XLS] (linked in the Resources), include the following in the Project Cost Estimate or Budget.
    • Deliverable 3: Develop an Integrated Change Control Plan document using your choice of word-processing applications, including Microsoft Word.

    Deliverable Format

    • References: There is no set number of references required for this assignment. Use scholarly or academic sources where applicable.
    • Format:
      • Deliverable 2: Use the Cost Estimate Template [XLS] (linked in the Resources) provided.
      • Deliverables 1 and 3: Use your choice of Microsoft Word, Visio, or PowerPoint to develop the Activity Sequencing document and the Integrated Change Control Plan
      • All assignments are professional documents and should therefore follow the corresponding Academic and Professional Document Guidelines [PDF] (linked in the Resources), including single-spaced paragraphs.
      • Use APA style and format for any references or in-text citations.
    • Length: Use the template for the Cost Estimate (Budget). There is no length requirement for the Activity Sequencing document or the Integrated Change Control Plan document.

    Evaluation

    By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:

    • Competency 1: Create a project plan, including all subsidiary plans, to deliver project outcomes that meet stakeholder expectations.
      • Create a diagram that shows the logical relationships among the schedule activities.
      • Develop a cost estimate document that identifies constraints, dependencies, and assumptions.
    • Competency 2: Lead and manage teams, users, stakeholders, and sponsors.
      • Assign appropriate activities to each team member.
    • Competency 4: Establish change-control processes, and use tools and techniques to assure approvals.
      • Create a plan to set up a change-control board; create schedule of recurring meetings to review and approve requested changes and to manage approved change procedures

        Schedule, Cost Estimate, and Integrated Change Control Scoring Guide

        CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
        Create a diagram that shows the logical relationships among the schedule activities.
        25%
        Does not create a diagram that shows the logical relationships among the schedule activities. Creates a diagram but does not show the logical relationships among all the schedule activities. Creates a diagram that shows the logical relationships among the schedule activities. Creates a diagram that shows the logical relationships among the schedule activities, including summary tasks, task notes, and milestones.
        Assign appropriate activities to each team member.
        25%
        Does not assign appropriate activities to team members. Assigns activities to team members, some of which may not be pertinent to the project. Assigns appropriate activities to each team member. Assigns, in a comprehensive manner, appropriate activities to team members with an estimated cost per hour.
        Develop a cost-estimate document that identifies constraints, dependencies, and assumptions.
        25%
        Does not develop a cost-estimate document that identifies constraints, dependencies, and assumptions. Develops a cost-estimate document identifies constraints and dependencies but not assumptions. Develops a cost-estimate document that identifies constraints, dependencies, and assumptions. Develops, in a comprehensive manner, a cost-estimate document that identifies constraints, dependencies, and assumptions in a manner that is clear, complete, and descriptive about their impact on project success.
        Create a plan to set up a change-control board; create schedule of recurring meetings to review and approve requested changes and to manage approved change procedures.
        25%
        Does not create a plan to set up a change-control board and does not create a schedule of recurring meetings. Creates a plan to set up a change-control board to review and approve requested changes but does not create schedule of recurring meetings to review and approve requested changes, and to manage approved change procedures. Creates a plan to set up a change-control board; creates schedule of recurring meetings to review and approve requested changes and to manage approved change procedures. Creates a plan, in a comprehensive manner, to set up a change-control board, creates schedule of recurring meetings to review and approve requested changes and to manage approved change procedures, and describes their impact on organizational objectives.

        Reference

        Project Management Institute. Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) — Sixth Edition and Agile Practice Guide. Newtown Square. PA. 2017.

      Your course instructor will use the scoring guide to review your deliverable as if they were your immediate supervisor. Review the scoring guide prior to developing and submitting your assignment.

    • Project Cost Estimate XLS Template
    • <Project>
      Cost Estimate
      Total
      Estimated Costs
      Category Estimated Cost
      Hardware
      Software
      Personnel
      Misc. Costs
      Total
      Supporting
      Documentation
      Constraints
      Dependencies
      Assumptions


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    Descriptive Methods Using Data Analysis

    Discussion Resources

    Lind, D. A., Marchal, W. G., & Wathen, S. A. (2022). Basic statistics in business and economics (10th ed.). McGraw-Hill.

    Chapter 2, “Describing Data: Frequency Tables, Frequency Distributions, and Graphic Presentation.”

    • Beginning with a scenario about how a large corporation uses statistics and analytics to support business decisions, this chapter also includes instructions on how to create descriptive statistics such as frequency tables, bar charts, pie charts, histograms, and frequency polygons (line charts).

    Instructions

    For this discussion, consider the different ways of presenting data that you have been reading about. Based on the context of the business in which you work or have interest, provide one example of the kind of data that may be best presented in a graph and the type that may be best presented in a table.

    • Interpreting Graphical Data Representations in Articles or Reports

    Overview

    • Business administrators and managers are often called upon to interpret data that analysts have provided to them. In this first assignment, you are asked to locate any report or periodical article used in a business context that interests you and that contains at least two different graphical representations of data. You will interpret the graphical data representations and present your findings in a brief PowerPoint deck, as if you were presenting during a company meeting.

    Scenario

    You are an analyst in a business. You may choose a real or fictional business of interest. Any business that has practical meaning for you is an appropriate choice for this assignment.

    You are responsible for a team of analysts at this business. One of your analysts has just given you a report containing some graphs and charts. You are now tasked with interpreting two of those charts and explaining them at a department meeting.

    Your Role

    You have been invited to present at a departmental meeting with employees from all levels within the organization. You have been allotted 6–10 minutes to speak. The purpose of your speech is to explain the business context as well as two charts or tables that you have evaluated as a business analyst of the organization. Your business report to the group will be a slide presentation with speaker notes and appropriate citations and references.

    Instructions

    Article Identification. Use one of the articles listed for the assignment below or find an article in Forbes or other business journal or an annual report from a publicly traded company that includes at least two data graphs/tables.

    The graphs should depict/represent data using pie charts, bar charts, tables, scatter plots, trend lines, et cetera.

    Read the article and identify the business context. Business context includes organizational history, mission, product and services, environment, competitive advantage, competition, et cetera. You can also determine business context from additional sources (and you should).

    The company/organizational background information should help explain why the data is relevant. This will be the introductory info for your business report/PPT/assignment.

    Interpret your chosen data representations in the context of the business situation. The following are typical questions an analyst would use to interpret the data:

    What is being measured (the variables)?

    1. What are the relationships among the variables?

    What are the trends in the data?

    • How can the data be applied in the business context?
    1. Create an effective 6–10 slide PowerPoint deck with detailed presenter’s notes (including citations and reference slides) elaborating on each point that will be presented at a departmental meeting. For example:

    Organization/business context.

    • Relevance/importance of information.
    1. Source of data set and any limitations?

    Graphic of data 1—with interpretations of graph.

    • Graph of data 2—with interpretations of graph.

    Importance of data analysis in terms of business context.

    • Summary.
    • Reference slides.
    • An effective PowerPoint presentation for this purpose typically includes:

    One title slide, APA formatted.

    1–2 introduction slides explaining the business context.

    • You should copy and paste (insert) the graphs/tables and include an appropriate citation. Each slide should include detailed speaker notes.
    • Include your interpretation of each graphical data representation.
    • Conclusion slides in which you explain how the data may affect the business context or how it could be applied in your business context to inform decision making.
    • Slide with at least four APA-formatted references, including the source of each graph.
    • Refer to the Unit 2 Assignment Example PowerPoint file linked in Resources to get a sense of a basic assignment rated as Proficient would look like.
    • Additional Requirements
    • Your written communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message, meet APA standards, and be unbiased with documented facts rather than opinion. Remember to use and include at least four sources of information for your presentation.
    • Evaluation

    By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies through corresponding scoring guide criteria:

    Competency 1: Explain how data management techniques and tools are used to support business decisions.

    • Introduce the business context or company background for the data.
    • Explain how the data can impact the business context or be used by the company in decision making.
    • Competency 4: Present the results of data analysis in clear and meaningful ways to multiple stakeholders.
    • Interpret or explain the meaning of two different graphical representations of data.
    • Format citations and references correctly using current APA style.
    • Present content clearly, professionally, and logically for the identified audience.

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    • Discussion Overview
      This week’s discussion is intended to help you with your assignment. Take advantage of peer review to create the best presentation you can.
    • Assignment Overview
      Tell a story to inspire through leadership. Think of it as your personal TED Talk.
    • What You Need to Know
      One way to engage others and build excitement is through storytelling. You may have memories of a grandparent or older friend telling you stories as you grew up—whether it was stories of their life or fairy tales. These stories likely inspired specific emotions in you and helped shape your ideas and views of the world. As a business leader, you can motivate those with whom you work using storytelling to make them feel part of your story and motivating them to embrace new ideas or strive for greater heights of achievement. But before you can influence others by telling a story, you have to build relationships that encourage a climate of trust.Storytelling is an effective tool often used in business today. You see it in almost every Ted video that you watch on YouTube, and read about it in many different business and academic journals. Why? Because storytelling done right is incredibly effective in helping to engage your audience. This activity will help you understand how to use Gallo’s emotional, novel, and memorable framework to tell an effective story. Completion of this activity will help you with this week’s assignment.

      • Telling an Effective Story.
      • Also read:
      • Communicating Clearly in the Information Age, Chapter 7, “Oral Communication and Graphics” to prepare for completing your slide presentation.
    • Write Your Discussion Post
      Storytelling
      This week’s discussion is a space for you to brainstorm, share, and practice the skills you will need to complete your story in this week’s assignment. Use this discussion space to learn from your peers and ensure that you understand the elements of a story, or to get feedback from your peers as you work.Consider one or more of the following for your post this week:

      • Have you discovered any resources that you have found helpful, either describing or illustrating storytelling? Post links to or descriptions of the resources and how you plan to use them.
      • Explain how the elements of your story align with the elements outlined by Gallo.
      • Are there any issues you are having with the assignment that your peers might be able to help with? Describe the issues you are having or post your story in writing or video and ask for help.
      • Assignment Instructions
    • STORYTELLING
      Create a brief slide presentation, with graphics and your voice presenting, which analyzes the tools and strategies that leaders can use to build trust and collaboration, and explains why you believe storytelling is one effective tool for you to use to lead your team.

      • Refer to the PowerPoint tools in Tools and Resources as well as Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PDF] to help you with this presentation.
      • The Ariel Group explains that a story needs to follow a basic four-step format that gently leads the audience into the story, through the story, and connecting the story:
      • Use this format, based on page 9 of the Ariel group resource, to create 7 slides (including cover page and references):
      • Slide 1. Cover slide with title and your name, and a graphic for interest (be sure to credit the graphic artist in the reference slide).
      • Slide 2. Introduce the Subject Matter or Business Content, much as the introduction to a paper would do.
        • Conversation example: “I think you’ve been doing a great job heading this initiative despite the hiccups you’ve encountered along the way. I want to make sure you don’t beat yourself up over this too much…”
        • Presentation example: “Today I would like to speak to you about a new marketing strategy for our product…”
        • NASA Example: “NASA has a reputation for communication issues among teammates, but our team is going to change all of that.”
      • Slide 3. Provide an overview of the importance of storytelling. Specifically, analyze at least two tools leaders can use to build trust and relationships, foster collaboration, and help employees feel engaged with their work (storytelling is one of those tools; mention one or two others). Also, explain ways in which leaders use storytelling to build trust and relationships.
      • Slide 4. Transition into the Story. This slide should transition into your story, setting the expectations of the audience of what is to come.
        • Conversation example: “In fact, back when I was a team leader, I had a similar experience…”
        • Presentation example: “Let me share with you a story to illustrate a vision of how we can work together…”
        • NASA Example: “I once worked at another company that had some major communications issues. It wasn’t life or death like here at NASA, but we did have some serious problems in communications that impacted our ability to be effective.”
      • Slide 5. Tell the Story. This slide should actually tell your story:
        • Set the stage.
        • Describe the conflict.
        • Describe the resolution.
        • Example: It’s 2012. I’m out on the soccer field with my son when he turns to me and says…
        • NASA Example: “About 10 years ago I was working as a shift leader at a manufacturing facility where safety was supposedly part of the culture, yet we had a frighteningly bad safety record…” Continue the story.
      • Slide 6. Connect the Story to a Teaching Point or Subject Matter. This slide should bring your story back to the issue at hand.
        • Personal learning: “What my son said to me reminded me so powerfully that there is always a fresh, new way to look at any challenging situation.”
        • Message for the group: “Ladies and gentlemen, are we willing to shift our marketing strategy in a whole new direction, to take a risk in the way that my son did? I certainly am.”
        • NASA Example: “In this situation we learned this and that. Here at NASA, we can do the same thing. We can prove that communications this and that.” Think of this like explaining the moral of the story.
      • Slide 7. References. Include references here. You do not have to have audio on this slide.
      • Deliverable Format
        Presentation: Attach a PowerPoint presentation that has a cover page, five content slides per the above, and a references slide. You must have exactly seven slides—learning to follow established guidelines is important in school and the workplace . 
    • Resources. Note that your slides should not be text heavy. However, you should make ample use of presenter notes. While the presenter notes do not have to be a word-for-word transcript, they should be very close to what you say in your audio. Use the slide software recording tools to record audio of your slides—you actually telling your story. Note that any slide file lacking audio will automatically lose 30 points, so be sure to doublecheck that your audio works correctly before you upload your slide file.
    • Refer to the writing resources in the MBA Program Resources in Tools and ResourcesCompetencies Measured
      By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria:

      • Competency 2: Apply leadership strengths and behaviors to workplace situations.
        • Apply storytelling skills to a workplace situation where trust and collaboration are essential.
      • Competency 3: Recommend evidence-based strategies for leading and collaborating in complex environments.
        • Analyze the tools leaders can use to build trust and relationships, foster collaboration, and help employees feel engaged with their work.
        • Explain ways in which leaders use storytelling to build trust and relationships.
      • Competency 4: Communicate effectively through academic and professional writing.
        • Develop text using organization, structure, and transitions that demonstrate understanding of the relationship between the main topic and subtopics.

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    Assignment Overview

    AFI, VRIO and value chain are just three concepts you need to understand as a business strategist. This week’s assignment focuses on these important facets of business analysis.

    Assignment Instructions

    STRATEGIC PROCESS AND ANALYSIS

    Introduction

    For this portfolio work project, you will analyze the internal and external factors that shape and influence an organization’s strategy. Your work on this assignment will demonstrate your understanding of industry forces and how an organization can leverage its strengths to its advantage. This portfolio work project asks you to analyze the strategic process using the AFI framework. This analysis will clearly demonstrate your ability to think critically and strategically, and to use evidence to support your thinking.

    Scenario

    The vice president of strategy has asked you to prepare an objective analysis of the internal and external environments of the organization. She is hoping that your insight can be used to plan for the future direction of the company.

    Your Role

    You are a strategic analyst for the company you have selected to use in this course. The company has recently started the strategic planning process and needs to analyze the current internal and external environments.

    Requirements

    To complete this assignment, be sure you understand the AFI framework as presented in your text. Conduct your own research to find recent articles on the value of strategic planning and the role of leadership in the strategic planning process. (Note that the Strategic Management Process Map on pages 30 and 31 of the course text will be very helpful in completing this assignment.)

    For this assignment, you will need to complete a VRIO or Value Chain analysis, a PESTLE analysis based on research of the organization (not conjecture or opinion), and a Five Forces model (pay attention to the relationships of elements from both PESTLE and Five Forces). Your prior discussion work should help here. These must be included as appendices in the document you submit. You should also research the industry your company is in, as well as the company’s website for information and supporting evidence. Once you have this research completed, prepare an executive briefing report that will be distributed to senior executive leadership. In your report, address the following:

    • Analyze the key components of the AFI strategic planning framework. Assess the value of using a strategic planning framework for long-term success and sustained competitive advantage.
    • Analyze the internal environment of the organization.
      • What are the key findings from your VRIO or Value Chain analysis?
      • How well does the organization leverage its strengths to execute the business strategy?
      • How effective is the organizational structure and management system design?
    • Analyze the external environment of the organization.
      • What are the key findings from your PESTLE analysis?
      • What are the key findings from your Five Forces analysis?
      • How can the organization respond to these forces to better position itself?
    • Explain the role of leadership in the strategic planning process. Be sure to address the ethical responsibilities of leaders in the strategic planning process.
    • Recommend a course of action for leadership based on your analysis.

      What You Need to Know

      This week you will be introduced to the concept of popular business models and the important contributions they make to organizational performance. As you assimilate the information you have been gathering over the past five weeks, you are now asked to make recommendations to senior leadership. Be an innovator! Be a disruptor! Check out these examples for some inspiration:

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