Action Item Reflection 1

BOok material M: Management (RRMCG)
Edition: 7th
ISBN: 9781260735185
Author: Bateman
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (Rental Revenue)
Formats: BryteWave FormatAction Item Exercise Reflection 1
Chapters 4-7 in the Karlins book each have accompanying exercises to help you practice/prepare for your action steps. If you have not already done so, please complete those exercises now (see chapters 19-22).Once you have completed all relevant exercises, please select one to focus on in this reflection. Then, please reflect back on what you learned as a result of this exercise and answer the following questions:Why did you select this particular exercise to reflect on?
What did you learn as a result of completing this exercise?
How can/will you apply what you’ve learned during this exercise to your life?
In order to be eligible for full credit, your submission must answer all of the above questions and consist of at least 250 thoughtful, proofread words. It will be scored using the Reflection Rubric, which is attached to this assignment.
Reflection Rubric (3)Reflection Rubric (3)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent17 ptsExemplary17 points will be awarded when the reflection successfully addresses all of the questions provided in the assignment guidelines and consists of at least 250 words14 ptsMeets Expectations14 points will be awarded when the response addresses all of the questions listed in the prompt but it is at least 25% under the minimum length requirement OR when the response meets the length requirement but fails to address at least one of the questions listed in the prompt.10 ptsNeeds Improvement6 points will be awarded when the submission is at least 25% under the minimum length requirement and it fails to address at least one of the questions required by the prompt0 ptsDoes Not Meet Minimum Standards0 points will be awarded when the submission is at least 50% shy of the minimum word count and/or does not actually address the prompt.17 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeClarity4 ptsExemplaryThis score will be awarded when the submission is well-organized and easy to read and understand.3 ptsMeets ExpectationsThis score will be awarded when the submission is generally well written, but there may be small errors in organizational structure or ease of reading2 ptsNeeds ImprovementThis score will be awarded when the student occasionally struggles with both organization and ease of reading0 ptsDoes Not Meet Minimum Standards0 points will be awarded when the organizational structure and quality of writing are both so poor as to consistently compromise clarity4 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeGrammar4 ptsExemplaryThis score will be awarded when there are few, if any, grammatical errors, and those errors that are present do not compromise readability.3 ptsMeets ExpectationsThis score will be awarded when there are several types of grammatical errors, but they rarely compromise readability.2 ptsNeeds ImprovementThis score will be awarded when there are a number of grammatical errors, and they frequently compromise readability0 ptsDoes Not Meet Minimum Standards0 points will be awarded when there are 20 grammatical errors, and readability is consistently compromised4 ptsTotal Points: 25