Operations Manager in training. The model development assignment is a Powerpoint presentation that should contain the problem solving model you proposed in your research paper. In some cases, your model will look like a schematic. In other cases, the model you present will look like a flow chart or PERT/CPM Chart.
As an Operations Manager in training (for this assignment), it’s important that you present the ethical and legal ramifications associated with this model.
The end result should look like a physical model design/diagram or chart and a very clearly written explanation or narrative describing
- the model and it’s components
- the drivers of the model
- the location (within the business process), where the suggested model should be implemented
- the variance between the current condition within the industry/organization, and the projected condition
- the actual diagram/chart/schematic that you created from scratch in the presentation
This 5 part assignment (including the diagram/chart) is worth 100pts – 20 pts per section. So please be as specific as possible in your detail and design. Please review the senior project video presentations (copy and paste this link in a new browser window www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hJxaTVcCcQ) to see how the Information Systems Students developed solutions for the non-profit organizations they attempted to assist.
Your final presentation must be converted to a pdf and uploaded for grading. The link below will demonstrate steps you can follow to do this.
Both online & Hybrid Students: Click on the link directly above entitled “Week 7 Model Presentation” to submit your Week 7 Model Presentation to receive a grade. You have 3 chances to upload your assignment, return to check the SafeAssign score, make corrections if needed, and press Start New for the next upload. When you are satisfied with the last upload, stop submitting. The last submission will be graded. When you select Start New, you will lose access to the previous versions and their SafeAssign scores. So, copy these if you need them while you are making corrections.
Hybrid Students: You will also present this during your hybrid meeting