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BIS 220 Week 2 Team Study Guide Learning Team Video Lecture PowerPoint

BIS 220 Week 2 Team Study Guide Learning Team Video Lecture PowerPoint

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Class Video: Thomas Friedman discussing his most recent book “That Used to Be Us.”

 

Topics focus on important topics to this course, including: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented, How We Can Come Back, global changes, and how the U.S. is falling behind.

 

DIRECTIONS: Write a review of the presentation.  The purpose of your paper should be to highlight major points made by the author/presenter, Thomas Friedman.  So, the body of the report should show the following breakdown:

 

Section 1: The purpose Mr. Friedman gives for writing the book, and its significance for the US business environment.

 

Section 2: A reflection on where we were as a nation, as a workforce, and the effects globalization is having on the direction of the US.  This section hits at the core of the author’s message.

 

Section 3: Impression

This is your opinion and conclusion on Mr. Friedman’s approach, his views, whether or not you agree with him, and on how your job may be affected as a result.

 

Include the following in your summary using the features of Microsoft PowerPoint:

 

  • A Cover slide
  • A table of contents slide
  • An Introduction Statement slide
  • Slide on purpose of book
  • Slide on effects of globalization
  • A Conclusion/Recommendation Statement (agree or disagree with Friedman and why; potential impacts to your job) 
  • Reference slide (please cite the presentation as a video presentation from the site hosting it).

 

Try to incorporate (tables, bullet points, graphs.)

 

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