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Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide

Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide

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  • Prepare a 25–40-page written report as a formal document intended for key stakeholders, and develop a 10–20-slide PowerPoint presentation that presents your capstone project, recommendations, and conclusions.Note: Developing a capstone project requires specific steps that need to be executed in a sequence. The assessments in this course are presented in sequence and must be completed in order.SHOW LESSIn this assessment, you will demonstrate your effective research, communication, and business skills through the final capstone paper and PowerPoint presentation.By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
    • Competency 1: Apply foundational knowledge and an understanding of business systems, processes, and technology within and across core disciplines.
      • Apply foundational knowledge and an understanding of business systems, processes, and technology within and across core disciplines.
    • Competency 2: Integrate information across disciplines and from differing perspectives.
      • Integrate information across disciplines and from differing perspectives.
    • Competency 3: Think critically and analytically to provide evidence-based solutions to business challenges and opportunities.
      • Develop logical, well-supported, evidence-based solutions to business challenges and opportunities.
    • Competency 4: Apply innovative, strategic, and sustainable approaches to business practice and planning.
      • Apply innovative, strategic, and sustainable approaches to business practice and planning.
    • Competency 5: Lead and collaborate in virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments.
      • Apply leadership and collaboration principles and strategies for virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments.
    • Competency 6: Integrate principles of ethics and integrity into business decisions.
      • Integrate principles of ethics and integrity into business decisions.
    • Competency 7: Communicate clearly and effectively in a business environment.
      • Communicate clearly and effectively in a business environment.
    Competency Map

    CHECK YOUR PROGRESSUse this online tool to track your performance and progress through your course.

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    QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER

    To deepen your understanding, you are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of the business community.

    • What previous ideas did you hold about the business that you have been studying and how has your research reinforced this?
    • What new ideas have you uncovered or what surprises have you found?
    • What recommendations can you make to this business?Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide
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    RESOURCES

    SUGGESTED RESOURCES

    The following optional resources are provided to support you in completing the assessment or to provide a helpful context. For additional resources, refer to the Research Resources and Supplemental Resources in the left navigation menu of your courseroom.

    Library Resources

    The following e-books or articles from the Capella University Library are linked directly in this course:

    Course Library Guide

    A Capella University library guide has been created specifically for your use in this course. You are encouraged to refer to the resources in the MBA-FP6900 – Capstone Library Guide to help direct your research.

  • ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONS

    For this assessment, submit the following for your capstone project. Refer to the Course Summary and the Assessment 1 Context to review the expectations and requirements of the capstone project.

    1. Capstone paper – The final written report should be a formal document prepared for the key stakeholders of the project. The structure and length of the document will vary according to the type of project being undertaken, but the report is expected to be substantial, approximately 25–40 pages in length.
    2. PowerPoint Presentation – Present your capstone project, including recommendations and takeaways, in a PowerPoint format. Since your PowerPoint presentation should stand on its own, use presenter notes to add clarity.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

    • Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
    • APA formatting: Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (6th edition) style and formatting.
    • Number of resources: You paper must include a minimum of 10 resources. Use resources as needed in your PowerPoint presentation, cited appropriately in APA style.
    • Length of paper: Your paper should be 25–40 typed, double-spaced pages. Your PowerPoint presentation should contain 10–20 slides.
    • Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
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      Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide

      CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
      Integrate information across disciplines from differing perspectives. Does not integrate information across disciplines from differing perspectives. Analyzes but does not holistically integrate information across disciplines from differing perspectives. Integrates information across disciplines from differing perspectives. Evaluates supportive and conflicting information, integrating insights across disciplines from multiple diverse functional and strategic perspectives individually and holistically.
      Develop logical, well-supported, evidence-based solutions to business challenges and opportunities. Does not develop logical, well-supported, evidence-based solutions to business challenges and opportunities. Develops illogical, unsupported solutions or solutions that are not connected to business challenges and opportunities. Develops logical, well-supported, evidence-based solutions to business challenges and opportunities. Develops logical, well-supported, evidence-based solutions to systematically solve business challenges and opportunities relevant to all applicable stakeholders and cross-functional departments.
      Apply innovative, strategic, and sustainable approaches to business practice and planning. Does not apply innovative, strategic, or sustainable approaches to business practice and planning. Describes but does not apply innovative, strategic, and sustainable approaches to business practice and planning. Applies innovative, strategic, and sustainable approaches to business practice and planning. Integrates and justifies innovative, strategic, and sustainable approaches to business practice and planning that appropriately challenge the status quo while identifying change management implications.
      Apply leadership and collaboration principles and strategies for virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments. Does not describe leadership and collaboration principles and strategies for virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments. Describes leadership and collaboration principles and strategies that may or may not be appropriate to virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments. Applies leadership and collaboration principles and strategies for virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments. Assesses opportunities for leadership and collaboration principles and strategies for virtual, global, and culturally diverse environments. Integrates flexible perspectives and collaborative approaches in business.
      Integrate principles of ethics and integrity into business decisions. Does not assess principles of ethics and integrity in business decisions. Assesses principles of ethics and integrity by analyzing ethical implications but may overlook important ethical considerations. Integrates principles of ethics and integrity into business decisions. Integrates principles of ethics and integrity into business decisions by assessing ethical implications, resolving ethical conflicts and dilemmas, and making right and just decisions for the organization and the larger business community.
      Communicate clearly and effectively in a business environment. Communicates in a manner that is not professional or consistent with expectations for members of the business profession. Communicates in a manner that is inconsistent with expectations for members of the business profession. Communicates in a manner that is professional and consistent with expectations for members of the business profession. Communicates in a manner that is professional, scholarly, and consistent with expectations for members of the business profession.
      Apply foundational knowledge and an understanding of business systems, processes, and technology within and across core disciplines. Does not apply foundational knowledge and a functional understanding of business systems, processes, and technology. Applies foundational knowledge and a functional understanding of a limited set of business systems, processes, and technology within but not across core disciplines. Applies foundational knowledge and an understanding of business systems, processes, and technology within and across core disciplines. Applies knowledge with a balance of theory, practice, and an understanding of business systems, processes, and technology within and across core disciplines. Justifies approach to integrating foundational knowledge, business systems, processes, and technology within and across core disciplines.

      Please see the previous assignments below to complete this project.

 

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Running head: CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS Capstone Prospectus Sharon I. Reid Capella University August 12, 2018 1 CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS 2 Capstone Prospectus Element Description Target organization Samsung Brief project description I will carry out a strategic analysis of the selected organization focused in use of quality control measures to make sure that the Samsung Engineering and R&D departments aim at producing the best products regarding quality to meet the expectations of the clients. Access and data I am not employed at the company. All the data used in the availability project will be collected from publicly available sources. Program outcomes Description Applying the established The ISO 9001:2015 establishes that it is the responsibility of the quality management system engineers in utilizing the Samsung quality management system. to the executed projects The certification also gives the employees an explanation of the quality-assurance policies so that they adhere to them strictly. The team responsible for The methods established to measure the problems related to the the Quality Management is significant repetitive issues, preventive implement measures, consistently improving and providing feedback information to the causative agents, and measuring the levels of identify if there is a likelihood of any recurrences. The process quality and campaigns of identifying the possibility of recurrence of the problem through preventive depends on the preventive quality management activities based on the practices and things learned.Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide
CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS 3 activities in quality management. Establishment of a culture The project will outline the different strategies through which that promotes the use of the Samsung Engineering and R&D departments will promote high-quality standards the creation of a corporate culture oriented at increasing the through the use campaigns; quality of the company’s products. These strategies will focus this way the sense of on the organization of different courses with which to boost the quality among the knowledge of the employees in promoting quality and on the use employees goes up and of the core technologies as a means to improve quality. thus the quality culture. The establishment of such quality-related corporate culture is crucial considering how Samsung has raised the concerns about the products that need attention. Achievements The dedicated teams have already achieved a lot through the lab success and techniques. They are continuously aiming to meet the levels beyond and above that of the customers’ needs. As a result of this, they have won many awards. The objective of the present project is to maximize their performance through carefully designed strategies. Certification The company incorporates other management authorities to assure that the quality of the company is up to standard and that the system is reliable and efficient. Estimated final project The length of the paper is estimated to be around 30 pages, not length counting the cover page, and use at least 15 references. CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS 4 Running head: CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS Capstone Prospectus Sharon I. Reid Capella University August 12, 2018 1Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide
CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS 2 Capstone Prospectus Element Description Target organization Samsung Brief project description I will carry out a strategic analysis of the selected organization focused in use of quality control measures to make sure that the Samsung Engineering and R&D departments aim at producing the best products regarding quality to meet the expectations of the clients. Access and data I am not employed at the company. All the data used in the availability project will be collected from publicly available sources. Program outcomes Description Applying the established The ISO 9001:2015 establishes that it is the responsibility of the quality management system engineers in utilizing the Samsung quality management system. to the executed projects The certification also gives the employees an explanation of the quality-assurance policies so that they adhere to them strictly. The team responsible for The methods established to measure the problems related to the the Quality Management is significant repetitive issues, preventive implement measures, consistently improving and providing feedback information to the causative agents, and measuring the levels of identify if there is a likelihood of any recurrences. The process quality and campaigns of identifying the possibility of recurrence of the problem through preventive depends on the preventive quality management activities based on the practices and things learned. CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS 3 activities in quality management. Establishment of a culture The project will outline the different strategies through which that promotes the use of the Samsung Engineering and R&D departments will promote high-quality standards the creation of a corporate culture oriented at increasing the through the use campaigns; quality of the company’s products. These strategies will focus this way the sense of on the organization of different courses with which to boost the quality among the knowledge of the employees in promoting quality and on the use employees goes up and of the core technologies as a means to improve quality. thus the quality culture. The establishment of such quality-related corporate culture is crucial considering how Samsung has raised the concerns about the products that need attention. Achievements The dedicated teams have already achieved a lot through the lab success and techniques. They are continuously aiming to meet the levels beyond and above that of the customers’ needs. As a result of this, they have won many awards. The objective of the present project is to maximize their performance through carefully designed strategies. Certification The company incorporates other management authorities to assure that the quality of the company is up to standard and that the system is reliable and efficient. Estimated final project The length of the paper is estimated to be around 30 pages, not length counting the cover page, and use at least 15 references.Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide
CAPSTONE PROSPECTUS 4 Running Head: THE CAPSTONE PROJECT The Capstone Project Sharon I. Reid Capella University August 14, 2018 1 2 THE CAPSTONE PROJECT Abstract The capstone project happened in at Texas-Children hospital located in the city of Houston, Texas. The project aims at enhancing the organizational functions and operations in addition to adopting and implementing technology in healthcare. The goals of the project are to improve healthcare delivery and create a competent administration in the organization. This paper will evaluate the weaknesses bad strengths in the organization in addition to determining whether the implementation will help to eliminate the identified vulnerabilities. There are concerns on whether existing functions worked collaboratively or not. The findings would be necessary for the determination of harmony is realized hence help in making the hospital overcome its current problems. The challenges range from small issues to broader issues. Some of the minor situations include the small medical drugs, small machines, management issues, lack of funds, donor Issues and many others. The capstone project aims at elevating the hospital; ton higher standard such that it can be in line with the global standards. The making of a healthier global institution will, therefore, rely on the improvement efforts done. The study will also look into a high ethical standard observer. Such possibilities will be in effect once the organization is operating in the right way. Moreover, the focus also covers the social responsibility of the organization. 3 THE CAPSTONE PROJECT Annotated Outline 1. Executive Summary It covers the summary of the information concerning the Texas-Children hospital in addition to services offered in it. Moreover, it aims at changing the hospital’s performance enhancement. 2. Introduction • The following provides brief information on the Texas-children Hospital. • Services offered • Departments and the respective duties. 3. The Objectives • To assess the modern hospital’s departmental performance. • To formulate a mechanism to create an enhancement of each department. 4. Methodology The project research follows a qualitative approach in its completion and a quantitive approach in creating reasoning and drawing different opinions. It also needs other, methods which include interviewing one-on-one and, voice communication 5. Organizational Information • Departmental roles • System Flaws • Organization’s social responsibility. • Ethical conducts implemented within the organization. 6. EvaluationCapstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide
THE CAPSTONE PROJECT 4 The existing strengths in the organization such as the ability to transplant four kidneys daily and increasing continuous efforts by the hospital therapists in control and elimination of trauma among the teenagers. 7. Analysis • Features of the technology • Hospital’s diversity. • Overall environment. 8. Data Synthesis Focus on meta-analysis –use of statistical methods in creating conclusions in the organization. 9. Conclusions The state of facilities and the dedicated services in addition to instilling the need to enhance them in efforts to offer better services to the patients. 5 THE CAPSTONE PROJECT Annotated Bibliography 1. Ankhi Dutta, N.-Y. N. (2016). Invasive Fungal Infections after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Recipients: Texas-Children’s-Hospital Involvement. Retrieved from BBMT: http://www.bbmt.org/article/S1083-8791(15)01414-7/abstract The fungi infections call for new ways to handle them. The requirement of several ways to handle the issue is due to the survey that shows the different probabilities concerning the pathogens and disorder signs. The need to examine the effects leading to epidemiologic disorderly movements after transplantation of hematopoietic cell is a major concern. These shifts involve the molding of regimens, also, to need for treatment to the new antineoplastic and immunosuppressive problems before the transplantation process. 2. Feibel, C. (2015). Kids Suffering Ebola? Texas-Children’s-Hospital Ready in case happens In the U.S. Retrieved from KHN: http://khn.org/news/kids-Suffering-ebola-texas-childrenshospital-is-ready-if-it-happens-in-u-s/ Carrie Feibel serves as the correspondent in health and some areas in science. The report shows how Feibel operated at Houston Chronicle, Herald News in addition to several other media companies. The records further show Feibel’s qualifications on academic matters. The article addresses the ways of affection explicitly focusing on children. It addresses the issue of Ebola disease. Furthermore, it discusses the efforts of the Texas hospital in enabling the children to overcome the disease and its effects. 3. FEIBEL, C. (2016). Texas-Children’s-Hospital Treats Severe Epilepsy on Marijuana-Made Drugs. Retrieved from Houston-public-media: THE CAPSTONE PROJECT 6 Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guidehttp://www.houstonmedia.org/articles/news/2016/03/30/142988/texas-childrens-hospital-inhouston-treating-severe-epilepsy-with-marijuana-derived-drug/ Carrie Feibel serves as the correspondent in health and some areas in science. The report shows how Feibel operated at Houston Chronicle, Herald News in addition to several other media companies. The records further show Feibel’s qualifications on academic matters. The information presented addresses issues of marijuana. There are cases of children who now suffer from the use, and the article addresses the drug used for the right treatment. Furthermore, it touches on experimental efforts to test cannabis for much pediatric epilepsy. 4. Kevin Reece, K. (2016). Texas-Children’s-Hospital performs four kidney transplants in one day. Retrieved from Khou: http://www.khou.com/news/health/texas-childrens-hospitalperforms-4-kidney-transplants-in-one-day/131486642 The author, Reece, operates as a star journalist. Mostly, Reece covers official news in additions to other colossal stories. The journalist answers another platform at headliners Foundations on the efforts of getting the enormous stories. The article addresses the frequency and capabilities of transplanting kidneys in the hospital under study. It explores the success achieved through the operations of the children attended in it. Additionally, it creates an excellent platform that aids in the evaluation of the Texas-Children’s hospital facility. Thus, it’s vital in the research on the case of this study. 5. King, J. (2014). TexasChildren’s Hospital. Retrieved from Computerworld: http://www.computerworld.com/article/2598541/enterprise-applications/texas-children’shospital.html THE CAPSTONE PROJECT 7 The article addresses Texas-Children’s hospital and the efforts on improvement. It focuses on the past efforts to create better wellbeing of the management and the improvements. The evaluation of working out with an information system serves as vital. 6. Knight, S. (2016). Texas-Children’s-Hospital Disciplinary Method Helping Teen In Trauma-Recovery. Retrieved from abc13: http://abc13.com/health/tch-multidisciplinaryapproach-helps-teen-in-trauma-recovery/1229721/ Samica Knight is the author of the article. Samica embraces working in the area where she got brought up and got an internship later. Through the article, the author addresses a storyline concerning a teenager who overcame trauma through assistance from a therapist. The case of success is used to indicate that the Texas-Children’s hospital facility is useful in its core operations. The article would further become helpful in the evaluation of performance regarding the hospital. 7. Landman, M. E. (2014). Texas-Children’s-Hospital: Congenital-Heart Disease Care. Retrieved from HBR: https://hbr.org/product/texas-children-s-hospital-congenital-heartdisease-care/714507-PDF-ENG The information addressed concerns the various diseases handling capabilities. Records of 2014 when Dr.Fraser operated as the chief surgeon in the hospital show that Fraser considered leading the program on the intrinsic coronary disease. In fact, the hospital was stated as a largest pediatric clinic in the US through a world report in 2013.it also ranked high in other areas such as heart surgery. The hospital has furthermore extended its pediatric healing operations through associations with San Antonio and others where they utilize their facilities.Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide
THE CAPSTONE PROJECT 8 8. Stump, S. (2015). Texas-Children’s-Hospital patients perform in the ‘Fight Song’ in the inspiring video. Retrieved from today-: http://www.today.com/health/watch-these-kidsperform-inspiring-fight-song-they-battle-illness-t34416 The file presents the video “Fight Song” that entertains the youthful patients. The tune creates motivation for the patients. The video brings better feelings to the many kinds in the hospital facility. The performance of Platten in the video creates a joyful time for them. The inclusion of the attendants in the fabulous moment helps the kids to overcome the feeling of suffering and enjoys the moment. It shows that the sickness they face differently. 9. Sturm-O’Brien AK, S. J. (2009). Cervical-thymic irregularities in Texas-Children’sHospital experience. Retrieved from NCBI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19653269 The research focuses on the auditing the management of ectopic-thymic tissue and cervical-thymic-sores in the hospital of Texas Children covering a span of the last 25 years. The Cervical-thymic peculiarities are vital in the cervical mass’s variance determination. The recorded tomography result can potentially support in surgical arrangements when it comes to sore thymic removal. The complete assessment of the medical performance, embryology, and control regarding the cervical-thymic symptoms in addition to auditing of the current data become visible. 10. WARD, J. (2015). Called to Heal, Committed to Stay. Retrieved from Texas children’s people: http://texaschildrenspeople.org/called-to-heal-committed-to-stay/ The author serves as the deputy president in Nursing at the Texas-Children hematology and cancer unit.
Through the article, the author explores the appointments occurring in an organization concerning the responsibilities set for the new appointees. THE CAPSTONE PROJECT 9 Furthermore, the article discusses the effects that arise from the meetings of the organizations working team. Moreover, it also addresses the possible outcome of the activities of the group. 10 THE CAPSTONE PROJECT References Ankhi Dutta, N.-Y. N. (2016). Invasive Fungal Infections after Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Recipients: Texas-Children’s-Hospital Experience. Retrieved from BBM: http://www.bbmt.org/article/S1083-8791(15)01414-7/abstract Feibel, C. (2015). Kids Suffering Ebola? Texas Children’s Hospital Is Ready If It Happens In U.S. Retrieved from KHN: http://khn.org/news/kids-Suffering-ebola-texas-childrenshospital-is-ready-if-it-happens-in-u-s/ FEIBEL, C. (2016). Texas-Children’s-Hospital Treats Severe Epilepsy With Marijuana-Made Drug. Retrieved from Houston-public-media: Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guidehttp://www.houstonmedia.org/articles/news/2016/03/30/142988/texas-childrenshospital-in-houston-treating-severe-epilepsy-with-marijuana-derived-drug/ Kevin Reece, K. (2016). Texas-Children’s-Hospital performs four kidney transplants in one day. Retrieved from Khou: http://www.khou.com/news/health/texas-childrenshospital-performs-4-kidney-transplants-in-one-day/131486642 King, J. (2014). Texas-Children’s-Hospital. Retrieved from computer-world: http://www.computerworld.com/article/2598541/enterprise-applications/texaschildren’s-hospital.html Knight, S. (2016). Texas-Children’s-Hospital Multidisciplinary Approach Helps Teen In Trauma Recovery. Retrieved from abc13: http://abc13.com/health/tchmultidisciplinary-approach-helps-teen-in-trauma-recovery/1229721/ THE CAPSTONE PROJECT 11 Landman, M. E. (2014). Texas-Children’s-Hospital: Congenital Heart Disease Care. Retrieved from HBR: https://hbr.org/product/texas-children-s-hospital-congenitalheart-disease-care/714507-PDF-ENG Stump, S. (2015). Texas-Children’s-Hospital patients perform ‘Fight-Song’ in the animated video. Retrieved from today: http://www.today.com/health/watch-these-kids-performinspiring-fight-song-they-battle-illness-t34416 Sturm-O’Brien AK, S. J. (2009). Many of the possible Irregularities of cervical thymic in the Texas-Children’s-Hospital experience. Retrieved from NCBI: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19653269 WARD, J. (2015). Called to Heal, Committed to Stay. Retrieved from Texas-children’speople: http://texaschildrenspeople.org/called-to-heal-committed-to-stay/ Running head: SAMSUNG SMARTPHONE ELECTRONIC Sharon I. Reid Connie Brewer MBA Capstone Capella University August 13, 2018 1 SAMSUNG SMARTPHONE ELECTRONIC 2 Samsung Smartphone electronics Samsung is among the leading companies in the world that deals with manufacture and supply of the electronics in the field of technology, communication, network, and video, audio, and recording. For the past two decades, the company boasts on the manufacture of these industries and has introduced Smartphone to the strategic plan and execution in the recent years. The Smartphone industry is one of the most competitive industries with competitive giants such as the Apple, HTC, Motorola, and Nokia among others (Chen, & Ann, 2016). Highly differentiated products characterize the industry because of the continuously changing economic needs and customer tastes and preferences. Samsung Smartphone section has intensified on the concentration on the customer’s choice and needs being sensitive to the dynamics of the markets. For the company to remain successful in the indust …Capstone Paper and PowerPoint Presentation Scoring Guide