(Get Answer) – Busi 644 individual project part 1 week 3 due 11/14/2019
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Individual Project: Part 1 Instructions
Begin by reviewing your reading on Assessing HRD Needs from your textbook. Using the concepts and processes learned in the text, you will need to choose 1 primary training topic necessary for the management and employees of a small business to accomplish the mission of the organization. Examples include, but are not limited to: a) new employee orientation program, b) diversity training program, c) sexual harassment training program, and d) industry specific training (i.e., how to develop . . .). Once you have assessed the organization’s need and decided on the type of training program that will be created, you will then need to follow the training program design process described in your textbook.
Part 1 is comprised of the training program package that would be necessary for your organization. The package is to include a lesson plan and training materials (handouts, presentation, etc.). Part 1 will be due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 3.
Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday.
Part 1 and all other written assignments must be submitted as one MS Word attachment
Structure of the Training Program Package
For the written assignments in BUSI 644 (Part 1 and Part 2), do not use training materials from your current or past employer, or material from internet sources, or re-use material from previous courses, or work that has been previously submitted for grading. All work must be new and original for this course.
- Part 1 of the assignment must be a minimum of eight pages full pages of narrative, plus the title page and references list. Submitting 7.9 pages of typed narrative or less will result in a substantial grading penalty. The required title page, table of contents, and reference page do not count toward the minimum page count.
- Always begin written assignments with a title page, typed in 12-point Times New Roman fonts. This must include the title of paper, your name, course number, course name, university name, professor’s name, and date submitted.
- This is a scholarly, formal graduate-level paper that must be written in narrative prose (Narrative prose = grammatically correct paragraphs with smooth transitions and Level 1 headings; no bullets or numbered lists.) The narrative should describe any materials or handouts that would be used in the proposed training program. Do not create powerpoints, or paste screenshots of powerpoints or handouts into the body of the paper; instead, describe any training powerpoints or handouts in the narrative (main body).
- A Table of Contents is required for this assignment. This must follow the title page and precede the Introduction section. A Table of Contents provides the reader with a summary of the page numbers on which key content appears and is not the same as an outline. The Table of Contents is not considered part of the narrative and is not included in the minimum page count.
- The Introduction section must begin with a Level 1 heading and include a thesis statement and a clear overview of the paper’s contents.
- The Introduction, Conclusion and all remaining sections must be organized under Level 1 headings (centered, boldface, with uppercase and lowercase letters – see pp. 62-63 of the APA manual about Level 1 headings). The transitions between paragraphs and sections must be clear and distinct.
- The main content of Training Program Package (Part 1), between the Introduction and Conclusion sections, must include a lesson plan (see pp. 166ff of textbook) and training materials (narrative describing handouts, presentation, etc. – but not screenshots of power points, etc.). The main content section must likewise include a thorough analysis of the topic. The issues raised in the topic must be properly treated, and differing viewpoints must be considered and analyzed. Do not paste graphics, models, illustrations, logos, screen shots, power points, or anything that someone else created into this assignment. All work must be your original work for this course. Exceptions cannot be made.
- Do not paste power points into the paper, or type bullet-point lists or numbered lists. The body of your paper must be at least eight full and complete pages of graduate-level narrative prose.
- The Conclusion section must begin with a Level 1 heading and include a good summary of issues treated in the paper, and offer suggestions for further study.
- Reference list required. The References list (beginning on a new, separate page following the narrative) must include at least two scholarly references, dated 2014 through 2019, plus the course textbook. The APA format requires that you insert in-text citations at the correct places in the narrative each and every time someone else influenced your work, and when you use the ideas, statistics, terms or information of others.
- Current literature only: In terms of academic scholarship, articles published within the past five years are considered current. For the training project, you must find articles dated 2014 through 2019. Much has changed in Human Resources Management theory and practice since the 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s, and early 2000’s – therefore, find scholarly articles from journals dated 2014 through 2019 – published within the past five years.
- Scholarly references only – No dot.coms, dot.nets, dot.orgs, wiki’s, blogs, newspapers, web pages, etc. Graduate students must go to the scholarly literature for their references, such as the articles published in academic, scholarly journals available through the Liberty University online library databases.
- Reminder: A scholarly journal is a research-oriented academic, peer-reviewed publication with an editorial board that screens articles according to the highest academic standards. There are tutorials available about academic journals on the LU library’s webpage, for example: http://www.liberty.edu/library/defining-databases-and-journals/ Also, see the Professor’s Improvement Suggestions document for additional information, and a list of prohibited sources.
- All in-text citations and the References list must be presented accurately and correctly in the APA format.
- Center the word References at the top of the references list (not Works Cited or Bibliography) in 12 point Times New Roman fonts. Each row of each reference must be double-spaced, and references must be typed with a hanging indent.
- Each assignment must be typed in 12-point Times New Roman fonts, double-spaced, on all pages, including the title page, table of contents, and references page.
- No excess white space, extra spacing, extra indentions, or wide margins: Excess white space at the top or bottom of pages, extra spacing between paragraphs or sections, extra indentions on either side of the page, or margins greater than one-inch will not count toward the minimum page count, and will result in a substantial grading penalty. Likewise, keep all text together. Do not insert page breaks anywhere in the document.
- Graduate-level analysis and discussion requires good narrative prose. As such, please do not submit bulleted or numbered statements in your narrative.
- No quotations, please. Quotations increase SafeAssign scores, and do not count toward the minimum page count.
Also, please read the “Individual Project Part 1 Instructions” and “Individual Project Part 1 Grading Rubric.”