Deliverable 5 – Creating a Reference List
Prioritize three quality measures used in operational design.
Your boss has asked you to represent the organization in regards to participating on an industry research panel on quality measures. There is an expectation that all participants submit any required work before the initial meeting.
Your job is to create an APA reference list that contains ten total research articles. The requirement is that five of the articles are focused on quality management, and the other five are centered on quality measures. Along with the reference list, please submit a paragraph describing the process you used for selecting the articles, and what criteria you used in the search process in order to prepare for the industry research panel.
|Not Submitted||No Pass||Competence||Proficiency||Mastery|
|Not Submitted||The reference list is incomplete.||The reference list contains references, but there are APA format issues.||The reference list is complete and APA format is correct, but include references older than five years.||The reference list is complete, formatted correctly in APA, and the references are within the past five years.|
|Not Submitted||The reference list contains little relevant quality management references.||The reference list contains an adequate amount of relevant quality management references, but all sources lack credibility.||The reference list contains adequate amount of relevant quality management references, but some sources lack credibility.||The reference list contains substantial (6+) quality management references of high credibility.|
|Not Submitted||The reference list contains few relevant quality measure references.||The reference list contains an adequate amount of relevant quality measure references, but all sources lack credibility.||The reference list contains adequate amount of relevant quality measure references, but some sources lack credibility.||The reference list contains substantial (6+) quality measure references of high credibility.|
|Not Submitted||The submission contains a loose description explaining the process used.||The submission contains a minimal description explaining the process used and some search criteria descriptors.||The submission contains a good description explaining the process and search criteria descriptors.||The submission contains a clear description including fully showcased and explained search criteria descriptors.|
Deliverable 6 – Presenting a Forecasting System
Relate the seven key elements of designing a forecasting system.
Your boss has asked you to speak at the quarterly board meeting based upon your success with operational forecasting.
Your job is to develop a PowerPoint presentation and oral narration that showcases forecasting skills and professional practice. The requirement is six slides that contain supportive notes per slides that integrate discussion points and strengthen the content on each slide. The expectation is two slides for strategic forecasting and production, two slides for the limitation of forecasting on labor models, and two slides on the features of job planning and the impact of forecasting. Lastly, you need to develop a one-page summary to submit to board members that reviews the impact operational forecasting can have on organizations and include two supportive references.
|No Pass||No Pass||Competence||Proficiency||Mastery|
|Not Submitted||There is an absence of slides and/or narration.||There are some slides/narration, but a gap exists from the requirement.||There are minimal issues with the required amount of slides per category and narration.||All required categorical slides are complete as well as a corresponding narration.|
|Not Submitted||There is no acknowledgement of leadership skills.||Some demonstration of leadership skills.||Integration of leadership skills is presented well.||Leadership skills are thoroughly presented.|
|Not Submitted||There is no integration of professional practice.||Some explanation of professional practice application.||Clarity towards integration of professional application examples is strong.||Clarity of professional practice examples is flawless.|
|Not Submitted||The summary contains a very vague overview.||The summary touches upon the impact of operational forecasting.||The summary examines operational forecasting with detail.||The summary fully examines operational forecasting and includes a business recommendation.|