ITS 631 Presentation100 Points Possible, Individual Effort Only!
Using the organization that you have been researching and writing about during this course, create a PowerPoint presentation with the following slides representing your written papers. Do not copy and paste large sections from your paper to each slide. Your presentation should follow best practices in PowerPoint slide creation. This site may be beneficial to follow if you need help: http://www.garrreynolds.com/preso-tips/design/
1. Slide 1: Cover slide
2. Slide 2: Introduction of the organization
3. Slide 3: Your role within the organization
4. Slide 4: Your summary of the current IT strategy for competitive advantage
5. Slide 5: The gap(s) you identified which you have sought to address in your project
6. Slide 6: A summary of your research regarding the IT strategy
7. Slide 7: A summary of the positive or negative impacts to business operations involving the IT management processes
8. Slide 8: A summary of your recommendations for TQM, Six Sigma, and/or change management
9. Slide 9: Your 2 recommendations to address the gap(s) identified in your case
10. Slide 10: Your change management plan
11. Slide 11: Your summarized thoughts on IT Governance and security culture within the organization
12. Slide 12: Your overall thoughts of the potential benefits to the organization by implementing your change recommendations
13. Slide 13: References for all slides (full APA formatted references)
For additional content, use the notes view of PowerPoint to include details. Minimize pictures to those that are relevant to the content. If you quote a source directly in your presentation, a citation must also be included on that slide for the quote in APA format. Do not provide citations for paraphrased information in your slides. For this presentation the final references slide will suffice.
Assessment criteria (25 points per criteria):
· The presentation makes good use of course concepts/practices/strategies;
· The presentation demonstrates understanding of the IT Operational Excellence practices covered during the course;
· The presentation demonstrates appropriate application of Operational Excellence ideas/concepts/practices/strategies in addressing the case issues;
· Thoroughness, appropriateness, and creativity demonstrated by the descriptions; clarity, organization, coherence, and correctness (spelling, grammar) of the writing, quoted content where appropriate with citations, and full references.