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MKTNG: Final Project Guidelines and Grading Guide

23 Nov

MKTNG: Final Project Guidelines and Grading Guide

Final Project

Final project focuses on the applications of the concepts presented through basically the first half of the course.

  1. Market Segmentation
  2. CRM
  3. Target Market
  4. Multinational Strategies

 

Overview

The final project for this course is an 8-10 page paper. The project is divided in to 4 milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions.

 

Objectives

You are a senior marketing executive with a large domestic company with only minor interests in international markets. However, corporate HQ’s is planning a focused effort behind international expansion in the very near future. Visit the Web sitewww.CRG.com (Control Risks Group). Please familiarize yourself with the services offered by CRG and write a one page report to senior management describing how CRG’s services could possibly help with your global expansion plans. Keep in mind that this is a report to senior management and not a “market research” report.

 

This concise analysis focuses on these critical concepts and evaluates their successful-unsuccessful application to a specific, real -world situation. The report will analyze a specific multinational marketing opportunity, research the brand(s) involved, and recommend a specific action plan to a senior multinational marketing manager. The recommendation will take the form of 8 – 10 pages report to the top management.

 

Main Elements

The Final Paper should include the following elements:

-Heading (Student Name, Date, Course Information, Assignment Name)

-Project objective

-Company and Product (or Service) Overview

-Market Segmentation Strategies

-How CRM will be implemented

-Target Market

-Multinational strategies

-Conclusion and References in APA format

 

Format

Milestone One: Topic Proposal – one or two paragraphs providing a brief overview of your chosen company and the product or service that will be the focus of your paper. APA format with doubles spaced, one-inch margins, Times New Roman, 12pt.

Milestone Two: Rough Draft of Final Paper. APA format, 3-5 pages double spaced, one-inch margins, Times New Roman, 12pt.

Milestone Three: Final Paper – should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the main elements of the final project.  It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This milestone will be graded using the Final Product Rubric. APA format, 8-10 pages, double spaced, one-inch margins, Times New Roman, 12pt.

Milestone Four: Final Project Discussion Board Presentation – share your Final Project on the Discussion Board forum, following the same participation rules as all discussion forums, and give students meaningful feedback on their presentations. Please refer to the project description and scoring guide to review the guidelines for this part of your Final Project.

 

Deliverable Milestones

 

Milestone Deliverables Module Due Grading
1 Topic Proposal Three Graded separately; Final Project Rubric
2 Rough Draft of Final Paper Five Graded separately; Final Project Rubric
3 Final Draft of Final Paper Seven Graded separately; Final Project Rubric
4 Discussion Board Presentation Eight Graded separately; Discussion Board Rubric

 

Rubric

Requirements of submission:  Written components of projects must follow these formatting guidelines when applicable: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, double spaced, one-inch margins, and discipline-appropriate citations. 8-10 pages not including cover page and resources.

Instructor Feedback: Students can find their feedback in the grade book as an attachment.

Critical Elements Exemplary Proficient Needs Improvement Not Evident Value
Main Elements Includes almost all of the main elements and requirements and cites multiple examples to illustrate each element

(23-25)

Includes most of the main elements and requirements and cites many examples to illustrate each element

(20-22)

Includes some of the main elements and requirements

 

 

 

(18-19)

Does not include any of the main elements and requirements

 

 

(0-17)

25
Inquiry and Analysis Explores multiple issues through extensive collection and in-depth analysis of evidence to make informed conclusions

(18-20)

Explores some issues through collection and in-depth analysis of evidence to make informed conclusions

 

(16-17)

Explores minimal issues through collection and analysis of evidence to make informed conclusions

 

 

(14-15)

Does not explore issues through collection and analysis of evidence and does not make informed conclusions

 

(0-13)

20

 

 

Integration and Application All of the course concepts are correctly applied

 

(10)

Most of the course concepts are correctly applied

(8-9)

Some of the course concepts are correctly applied

(7)

Does not correctly apply any of the course concepts

(0-6)

10
Critical Thinking Demonstrates comprehensive exploration of issues and ideas before accepting or forming an opinion or conclusion

(18-20)

Demonstrates moderate exploration of issues and ideas before accepting or forming an opinion or conclusion

 

(16-17)

Demonstrates minimal exploration of issues and ideas before accepting or forming an opinion or conclusion

 

(14-15)

Does not demonstrate exploration of issues and ideas before accepting or forming an opinion or conclusion

 

(0-13)

20
Research Incorporates many scholarly resources effectively that reflect depth and breadth of research

(14-15)

Incorporates some scholarly resources effectively that reflect depth and breadth of research

(12-13)

Incorporates very few scholarly resources that reflect depth and breadth of research

 

(11)

Does not incorporate scholarly resources that reflect depth and breadth of research

 

(0-10)

15
Writing

(Mechanics/Citations)

No errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations

(9-10)

Minor errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations

(8)

Some errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations

(7)

Major errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations

(0-6)

10
Earned Total

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