I’m working on a Economics exercise and need support.
Our weekly discussions uncovered many economic topics in the workplace. For the final project and presentation consider a change that you believe would be profitable for your company in the long run (with short run analysis too). If you are not currently working, you will be assigned one (I do not want “recycled papers”).
Your written report should include:
- Clear statement of the problem
- Academic support of problem/solution (minimum of two, one can be your text)
- Industry support of problem/solution (minimum of two)
- Clear statement of proposed change(s) and expected outcome(s).
- The first page should be an Executive Summary using bullet points (this may be very similar to the sheet you use for your presentation)
- The report should be in APA format and include:
- Title page
- Do not do an abstract, instead insert your Executive Summary here.
- Literature review (academic and industry information that helps frame your recommendation)
- Empirical analysis (specific details regarding the problem and proposed solution – your introduction may have briefly described the problem, here you add more details)
- This may be brief and should include a restatement of problem and solution.
- You may also add any future considerations related to your recommendation that were outside the scope of the topic you investigated.
- Our weekly discussions uncovered many economic topics in the workplace. For the final project presentation consider a change that you believe would be profitable for your company in the long run (with short run analysis too). If you are not currently working, you will be assigned one (I do not want “recycled papers”).
For your final presentation:
- Treat your professor as the CEO and the rest of the class as high level executives.
- You may only have one single sided sheet of paper to put on the document camera for the presentation (no PPT). If you have a chart, table and/or graph, you may have one additional single sided sheet that has only the chart, table or graph (max of 3 figures on the sheet).
- Note: Avoid putting too much information on your sheet(s). Do not write out lengthy bullet points, you should be prepared enough to look at a bullet to prompt you on what to speak about. Think about eye contact, voice volume and hand gestures.