TSP Project 7-10 sentences
Please note the due date and time and submit your progress reports here. Simply attach your powerpoint or pdf file here. If you have a mac please save your file as a pdf and upload. Before doing that print your file, read it, edit/proof your work, and remove any artwork that blocks your content.
My personality test.
1.My personality type is EITJ (Extroverted, Intuiting, Thinking, Judging).
2a. Extroverted. From this personality test I learned that I like making lots of friends and communicate with them. However, time alone fills me with energy. Moreover, I have only a few close friends in large circles.
2b. Intuiting. I always look into the future, and I move forward with ideas and plans. I am a person who imagines what is happening to see the results by simply presenting it. I understand that I am using my sixth sense to understand the world.
2c. Thinking. I am an objective person and I like to make the decisions with my head, I analyze the pros and cons before making my final decision. I choose truth over mercy. it’s very important for me how each option will affect people.
2d. Judging. I learned that I have a judging personality because I take control. I’m scheduled and organized. To me Failing to plan is planning to fail. I like to stick to my word and complete task.
TOP 10 LESSONS FROM THE SOLUTION PATH (TSP)
YOUR 10 LESSONS FROM THE SOLUTION PATH•READ TSP CHAPTERS: 2, 3, 4, 5, and pages 142-152•PREFERRED FORMAT OF LESSONs: IF/WHEN YOU DO X, THEN YA lesson consists of one sentence with this format. •IMPORTANT: All terms in your lesson must be defined, so those who never read The Solution Path can understand it without any further explanations.
LESSONS ARE•Simple points rather than multiple/complex point themes that need lots of time to be explained (like facilitator, facilitation, personality type etc)•Clear with all terms defined so everyone understands them without explanations.•Actionable (if X, then Y)•Stated in the affirmative (what you do rather what you don’t do)
EXAMPLE LESSONLesson: When you think positively, you develop solutions for your problems. (chapter 2, page 18)***Note that you cannot use this lesson in your project. You will not be getting points if you use this lesson. ***
Example lessons that do not work• When you use a facilitator, your meetings are effective. This lesson does not work because if you say it to an outsider who has not read The Solution Path, s/he will not know what a facilitator is and does. S/he might not even know what makes meetings effective. So you will need to do lots of lecturing and explaining before others “get it”. • When you have a vision for your problem, you develop more effective solutions. Again this lesson does not work because you need to define what a vision is.
-Create a file or get a good old notebook and take good notes for each chapter you read.-When you see a lesson that stands out to you, note it!GET Organized!
Powerpoint:• 6 to 8 slides (plus an appendix for references and other items that did not fit into your power-point presentatios)• Font size: 28 point font minimum (titles may be larger)• You must use power-point as this is the industry standard. If you use a similar program (could be google docs), make sure to pdf your document so I can open it and grade it.• Make sure all your work fits on the slides so I can read it.
1. COVER PAGE (1 SLIDE)WITH YOUR NAME TYPED, class(Mgmt1)-Semester(Fall20xx)2. SUMMARY OF THE SOLUTION PATH(1 – 2 SLIDES)(Provide a summary for the TSP book: using the internet, the book, or your own words) – safest method is to use the book description at the back of the TSP or what you find on amazon for instance; make sure to reference your source. POWERPOINT
3. TOP 10 LESSONS (3-4 SLIDES)- LESSONS (each of your top 10 if/then sentences)Please include the TSP chapter and page that the lesson comes from (see slide four above). If you are quoting directly from the TSP, you definitely need the page number as well. **Assuming three lessons per slide** 4. WHAT I LEARNED IN THIS PROJECT (3 points) (1 SLIDE)APPENDIX with your references and any other work that did not fit within the core of the project. POWERPOINT
TSP PROJECT – HOW IT IS GRADED1. COVER: NAME TYPED, class(MGMT1)-semester(FALL20xx)2. “THE SOLUTION PATH” SUMMARY/DESCRIPTION: 2 POINTS3. TOP 10 LESSONS: TOTAL 20 POINTS (2 POINTS PER LESSON)4. WHAT I LEARNED IN THIS PROJECT: 3 POINTSCONCLUSION SLIDE “THE END”, “THANKS”, AND CONTACT INFORMATIONTOTAL: 25 POINTS
WHERE YOU LOSE POINTS • Lesson includes undefined or complex terms: -you lose 0.5 points for each term that is not defined-if you use a complex multi-point term such as facilitation or facilitator you lose 1 point-you lose 0.5 points when you do not cite the chapter and page where a lesson comes from in the book• Lesson does not follow the when or if X, then Y OR it is not written in the affirmative (what to do; not what not to do) OR it includes undefined terms• All lessons are from one or two chapters only: loss of up to 2 points• Book summary is poor or guidelines not followed closely: loss of up to 1 point
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