Managerial skill ss ppt


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Managerial skill ss ppt

  3. 3.  Introduction Assignment writing Steps involved Purpose of assignment Reading and research needed Structure of assignment Managing time to meet with deadline Analysis needed Effective writing style Effective presentation of work What is project? Its origin and specific uses
  4. 4.  This PowerPoint presentation has been prepared to cover two main topics which are related to a student’s life moreover with professional life. In this we have tried to explain the importance of assignments and the projects. Mainly what ,how,purpose,steps involved etc are being explained .
  5. 5.  Most assignments, essays and reports ask you to look at the topic from all sides. You will often look at the reasons for and against an issue. You will compare and contrast different points of view. You will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a proposal, etc. For most assignments, you should expect to spend several weeks brainstorming and planning, drafting,
  6. 6. Assignment writing has several steps. These steps are: Getting started Topic Analysis Data and Primary Materials Read the Literature Plan your essay /assignment : Structure and Logical Arguments Write a draft and revise it Write the final copy
  7. 7.  Pre reading and consultation with lecturer. Read and re read the course profile and the assessment task’s instructions and marking criteria. Discuss the topic ,possible approach and preferred writing style with your lecturer.
  8. 8.  Brainstorm your topic to think of all aspects that could be covered . Read some general material to get an idea of the topic and the issues . Identify words that need definitions and concepts that need discussing. Identify major issues and controversies. Consider why you may be writing on the issue or why it is important. Identify the topics to be focused.
  9. 9.  Identify data sources primary material ,and relevant journal and texts You may like to create tables summarizing information from the literature or to use actual tables from the literature . After looking at your primary material example data ,historical or contemporary text etc identify your tentative position .
  10. 10.  Read widely,particulary from peer reviewed journal articles & reputable texts. Be careful of copying .if you take notes from the written of others, it may be best to write type out the passages in full and with quotation marks. When reading the literature ,evaluate the material and make notes of your own thoughts and views . Generate your on ideas while reading
  11. 11.  Try to think of a possible structure for your assignment it can be in the from of dot points, flow diagrams, concept maps etc . From your thesis, argument or view ,list the main issues and reason for your position. Under each main issue list: Your supporting evidence. Contrary opinion and evidence that you will need to address.
  12. 12.  Try not to panic, simply make a start. Incorporate ideas from your information searched. Remember to avoid copying. Check the structure-is there a clear beginnig,body and conclusion. Read it our loud to yourself or get some one, who can provide feedback.. Check whether you have covered all the points .
  13. 13.  Adhere to predetermined word length and any other guidelines recommended. Hand it on time. Keep a copy of your assignment.
  14. 14.  Make sure you understand the assignment brief. Read through the assessment criteria carefully. Identify how many points are given per question/section of the assignment . If in doubt, ask your lecturers for clarification Information given about the queries & question which are applicable for that person who can understand that
  15. 15.  Go through your course notes and text to identify relevant information. Access relevant texts from the library. Use the internet for further research – be careful some websites represent organization or individuals who may not be objective in their views.
  16. 16.  Whether it is full essay or a series of short questions ,structure is important. Prepare a plan for each assignment. Use headings and sub-heading to guide you through the completion of the assignment. For each section: introduce the topic clearly. Develop your ideas/arguments with reference to your sources. Provide clear conclusions on the topic. Always check that you have met the assessment criteria and have answered
  17. 17.  Use a time table to record all your commitments on a weekly basis. Be realistic- when do you work best and how long can you concentrate for? Plan short periods of work- an hour’s work may be far more productive that spending a whole day procrastinating.
  18. 18.  The assessment criteria and the assignment brief will most probably require that you demonstrate analysis of the topic. You should not only describe the key issues instead answer the following questions: How does it work? Why this idea? What if their wad an alternative? How significant is this?
  19. 19.  Check that your ideas are expressed clearly. Use more formal but not complicated language. Organize your writing into clear paragraphs.
  20. 20.  Good presentation shows you care about work. Clear presentations is necessary to guide the reader. Follow any specific guidelines if given. Arial font size 12 is usually recommended for the main text. Be consistent in the use and formatting of headings. Ensure tables /graphs are labeled and clearly presented
  21. 21.  A project in business and science is typically defined as a collaborative enterprise, frequently involving research or design, that is carefully planned to achieve a particular aim. Projects can be further defined as temporary rather than permanent social systems that are constituted by teams within or across organizations to accomplish particular tasks under time constraints.
  22. 22.  The word project comes from the Latin word projectum, "before an action" which in turn comes from pro-, which denotes precedence, something that comes before something else in time and "to do". The word "project" thus actually originally meant "before an action".
  23. 23.  1. School and university At school, educational institutes projects are required. It requires students to undertake their own fact- finding and analysis. 2. Engineering project Engineering projects are, in many countries, specifically defined by legislation, which requires that such projects should be carried out by registered engineers and/or registered
  24. 24. 3. Project management In project management a project consists of a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result.
  25. 25.  Through this PPT we have tried to explain two topics such as assignment writing and reporting projects. We tried to cover all the aspects of both the topics to make them more clear .