MAIN IDEA: Include nonmanagement colleagues on the organization’s Board of Dire

MAIN IDEA:
Include nonmanagement colleagues on the organization’s Board of Directors or leadership team.
In choosing an organization, you have a few options.
Your current employer
A previous employer
An organization you have never worked for that is aligned with your career goals
A fictional organization that may be similar to your current or previous employer or to an existing organization you might wish to work for in the future
Similarly, as you approach this assignment, you have some leeway in imagining your role in your chosen organization. You may choose to inhabit your current job title, or you may imagine yourself in a different role, or even create a brand-new job title. Take some time to think about your topic, organization, and role, because you will be creating the entire assignment based on these choices.
Although your assignment consists of several parts, the centerpiece is the formal report that will be submitted in Week 7. Formal reports are internal documents intended to be read by other members of the organization. Reports that seek to persuade members of an organization to take action are known as recommendation reports, and that is what you will be writing. The required length of this assignment is a minimum of 1,500 words.
Required Elements of the Recommendation Report
Title Page: Title of the report, author’s name, date
Table of Contents: List of all major components of the report and what page each component begins on.
Executive Summary: Brief overview of the report’s main ideas and recommendations.
Current Situation: Analyze the current state of the organization and make the case for why the organization needs to change.
Objectives: Explain how implementing this change will benefit the organization, its colleagues, and the community.
Deliverables: Provide a timeline showing how and when each stage in the culture change plan will be implemented.
Costs/ROI: Provide cost estimates for implementing these changes. Costs might include hiring additional staff, bringing in outside consultants, purchasing equipment, or renting out an offsite location for training. The return on investment, or ROI, can be thought of more broadly than in revenue terms, but there must be a way to measure the success of this cultural change. Examples might include improved colleague retention, higher client satisfaction scores, or a more positive public image.
References: List all sources cited in the text in APA format.
Chapters 12 and 13 provide guidelines and examples to help you write and format your report.
Final Draft (Week 7)
This week you will submit the final version of your recommendation report. The final draft will include the following elements.
Title Page: Title of the report, author’s name, date
Table of Contents: List of all major components of the report and what page each component begins on
Executive Summary: Brief overview of the report’s main ideas and recommendations
Current Situation: Analyze the current state of the organization and make the case for why the organization needs to change.
Objectives: Explain how implementing this change will benefit the organization, its colleagues, and the community.
Deliverables: Provide a timeline showing how and when each stage in the culture change plan will be implemented.
Costs/ROI: Provide cost estimates for implementing these changes. Costs might include hiring additional staff, bringing in outside consultants, purchasing equipment, or renting out an offsite location for training. The return on investment, or ROI, can be thought of more broadly than in revenue terms, but there must be a way to measure the success of this cultural change. Examples might include improved colleague retention, higher client satisfaction scores, or a more positive public image.
References: List all sources cited in text in APA format.
As previously noted, the minimum required length is 1,500 words. Microsoft Word and other similar programs will show your word count to help you make sure your assignment meets the length requirement.
Week 7: Final Draft Grading Rubric
Criteria Description Points
Document Design Document is formatted appropriately for the chosen assignment type. Attention to detail is demonstrated with regard to fonts, margins, headings, and spacing. 20
Audience Awareness Document shows a keen understanding of its intended readership. The tone is professional and persuasive. 20
Content The document includes all of the required elements for the final draft and meets or exceeds the length requirement. All elements are clear, complete, and convincing. The document is organized to enhance ease of reading. 70
Source Use All sources listed in the references are cited in text and vice versa. In-text citations and the References page are in APA format. 20
Writing Mechanics Rules of grammar, usage, spelling, and punctuation are followed. 10
Total 140

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