(Post an executive summary of your Comprehensive Project that's due for the final assignment).
(Unit 4). An Executive Summary is a one-page document that outlines the purpose, process, findings, and discussion of a report submitted to management. CEOs often read and assess an Executive Summary before deciding to read the entire report, so this must be high quality narrative that demonstrates the significance of the work undertaken, the objectivity of research and analysis underpinning the report, and the credibility of the resulting conclusions.
Here is a sample of my preliminary outline from last week (unit 3) to assist with making the executive summary; all this is also for the development of the course's comprehensive project due in the final assignment for (unit 5). And I am working on the intellipath Leveraging knowledge
February 3 2015
Course Comprehensive Project's Preliminary outline
I. Preliminary outline:
II. What competencies were you able to develop in researching and writing the course Comprehensive Project?
III. Focus on core research initiatives that facilitate forward the project scope to reaching targeted outcomes.
i. Output in ways of quantity and quality
ii. Observable behaviors in terms of capable tin processing tasks accordingly
b. The following competencies required in place for researching and writing the comprehensive project.
i. Knowledge levels on phases 1 through 4 for completing the competency level in project design.
ii. Skill sets are aligned with certain tasks to acquire, i.e., market surveys, etc.
iii. Personal characteristics mirrored along with assigned project tasks
IV. Types of competencies hone on abilities.
a. Performing tasks in line with the overall project scope initiatives.
i. Reviewing findings against statistical industry metric,
ii. Following thru expectation output on many levels.
b. How will these competencies and knowledge support your career pro advancement in management?
i. Research skill sets for a strong means to adapting to needed tasks within a given project scope initiatives.
ii. Personal characteristics required for certain management positions.
iii. Decision making on strategic levels.
iv. Motivator, and flexible in dealing with different cultures
v. Keen sense of leadership ability to effectively manage the project.
V. Leverage knowledge gained in the intellipath assignments (Units 1- 4) in completing the Comprehensive Project?
a. Personal assessment
i. Strategic ability to assess available market options that serves in efficiency levels, i.e. supply chain, logistic action plan
ii. Human capital initiative in developing a project team that produces results than lack of work output.
iii. Course objectives: (Summarizing the role of decision making in business; describing common biases in decision making; Applying the standard of APA style to all research and writing tasks, Applying critical thinking skills to analyze business situations and appropriately using effective communication techniques).
Critical thinking and decision making relate to sufficient competencies levels in support that management requires for successful outcome during project initiatives.
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Executive Summary: The purpose of the Comprehensive Project is to identify the role of decision making in business, understanding biases in decision making, and applying critical thinking skills in analyzing business situations. The project also teaches communicating techniques including report writing in APA style.
The process through which this was achieved was through developing skills in researching, writing, ...
The solution to this problem of 304 words shows how an executive summary is developed . The references related to the answer are also included.
DEVELOPING A COMMUNICATION PLAN
DEVELOPING A COMMUNICATION PLAN
To understand where a business is heading and wanting to improve where the organization has been, an organization needs to create a strategic plan along with a communication plan. By developing a communication plan and consistently following it, an organization will see enhanced business improvements and increased profits. The communication plan will detail the communication that will take plan and the owner of that communication. The method of communication can be oral or written, with the message of the objectives, goals, and the time frame in which the goals are to be met.
The primary objective of this Communication Plan is to provide a formal format for corporate information to be transpired among colleagues, shareholders, investors and employees. This plan will identify the best practices for exchanging communications, where they are permitted and how correspondences should be sent via electron methods or otherwise. This plan will also detail Federal and State law communication, how to deal with public relations, and how techniques and confidential communications will transpire.
DEVELOPMENT AND REVIEW TEAM
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - COMPANY MISSION
The company will communicate in the most utmost professional manner the details of the day to day business dealings , executive decisions, stocks, exchanges
METHODS OF COMMUNICATION
The organization will utilize all methods possible to communicate with staff, shareholders and the public this will include but is not limited to:
? print publications
? online communications
? meeting and conference materials
? media relations and public relations materials
? marketing and sales tools
? legal documents
? reception communication
? voice mail content and all recordings
? committee and board meeting minutes
? corporate identity materials, including letterhead, logo, and envelopes
PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES
STRATEGY FOR COMMUNICATION
Communication for the company will continue on a basis in which information will be constantly provided by:
? monthly reports on work in progress and numbers
? formal updates and changes written in communications and distributed
? department meetings with report updates and presentations for staff meetings
? town hall meetings for employee updates
? formal periodic report briefs to department heads, managers and directors
? a year-end summary for the annual report