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Discussion Board Forum 1
Thread Prompt: Choose one business issue such as job dissatisfaction, attitudes, managing diverse workplaces, etc. from your own professional work experience or current events with peer-reviewed journal articles as your basis. Apply a total of 2 different concepts (such as organizational commitment, model of perception, components of attitudes, etc.) from Chapters 1–4 of the Kinicki & Fugate textbook to the issue you are discussing. Relate the chosen chapter concepts from your readings to the business issue in a way that demonstrates understanding of each concept. Review the Discussion Board Forums instructions document and grading rubric (found in the Assignment Instructions folder) for detailed assignment requirements.
Submit your thread by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Wednesday. MUST BE 500 TO 750 WORDS
Thread: Find a business problem from your own professional work experience or from peer-reviewed journal articles and apply 2 concepts in your thread from the required reading for that module/week. Each thread must be 500–750 words.
The following 4 sources must be included in your thread:
At least 1 peer-reviewed journal article;
1 passage of Scripture; and
At least 1 reference from the lesson presentation found in the corresponding modules/weeks in a manner that captures the essential ideas of those lessons.
If you choose to research a professional situation, you must cite all sources you used in current APA format.
Discussion Board Forum Grading Rubric
Levels of Achievement
Thread – Key Components
9.5 to 10 points
Consistently exceeds minimal expectations in all areas regarding content, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of topics, participation, timeliness, and writing style.
8.5 to 9 points
Demonstrates minor deficiencies in some areas regarding content, analysis, writing style, and/or participation.
1 to 8 points
Exhibits need for improvement in most areas regarding content, analysis, writing style, and/or participation.
No key components of the Discussion Board Forum prompt are answered in the thread.