In Managing by Values: How to Put Your Values into Action for Extraordinary Results (2003), Ken Blanchard states, “The most important thing in life is to decide what’s most important.” Think of your values. What are the top five values that reflect who you are?
MBA 525 – Module 5: Journal Article Assignment 3 Assignment You will locate two peer-reviewed journal articles related to a topic covered in Modules 3, 4, or 5 and create a professionally designed PowerPoint presentation. The two articles must be related and discuss the same topic. In the presentation, you must identify similarities and differences in the two chosen studies and draw conclusions from the results of the studies.
The presentation should include a minimum of five slides, with audio embedded on each slide (for a total of five-to-seven minutes). You will also submit a Word document of your audio transcript. Instructions This assignment asks you to focus on your ability to read multiple articles, in this case two, and understand similarities and differences. Keeping in mind it is only through comparing and contrasting what is known that we understand what is possible and what is still missing. In your quest to create new knowledge and showcase your critical thinking skills, this assignment asks you to locate two articles on the same topic and discover similarities and differences of thought, findings, and process of inquiry. You should review the Steps from the Journal Article Assignment 1 instructions to assist you with completing this assignment.
Statement on graduate-level writing requirements Your writing reflects your ideas and communicates your understanding of the topic to the instructor. Even though the writing in this assignment will be done as a presentation (PowerPoint slides and a transcript of your audio), it is important to adhere to graduate writing standards. This assignment will be graded on the composition elements listed below, as well as your understanding of the content: Successful graduate-level writing should demonstrate: • Proofreading skills • Correct grammar and punctuation • Logical organization • Proper content presentation (introduction, body, conclusion) • Correct formatting for citations, references, and headings • Correct and consistent use of APA style and formatting