Open View, LLC installs window treatments for homes and offices. They have a large mobile workforce that spends most of the time out in the field with customers. The salespeople follow up on customer leads, visit the homes or offices, take the orders and measurements, order the window treatments, accept payments from customers, and maintain liaison with the customer until the project is completed. The installers are also mobile, obtaining their work assignments on a daily basis, and reporting progress, problems, and completion. Much of this is currently done by telephone, but Open View wants to implement a wireless network to connect the sales force to the corporate customer, materials, ordering, and finance databases. They want to provide the same wireless access for the sales and installation personnel when they are in the office. Your team will list and define the requirements, create the project steps that need to be completed, identify the technology that needs to be incorporated, identify issues and security risks, and explain how testing will be done to ensure that requirements are met and the wireless network is secure.
Your team will develop an MS PowerPoint presentation that
explains the business problem,
lists the requirements,
identifies the technology solutions,
lists major project steps,
identifies issues and security risks, and
explains testing to be done to ensure that requirements are met and the network is secure.
One or more of the presentation slides should contain a table with requirements and corresponding technology solutions. The presentation should also contain appropriate diagrams and illustrations.
It should be designed as a professional presentation with appropriate background, fonts, titles, etc. Separate slides should be included for the cover, the list of topics covered (agenda), the body of the presentation, and the conclusion. Slides should contain the main points in bullet form, with the text of your presentation (what the speaker would say) contained in the Notes section accompanying each slide. The bolded attributes in the Scoring Rubric below must be used as major agenda items in the presentation.
To fully demonstrate the effective writing learning objectives, students should use the “6/6 Rule” when writing bullets. This means that there should be no more than six meaningful words in each bullet and no more than six bullets on a slide. Presentations that do not follow this standard may not be successful.
It is very important that all team members do their fair share of the work to complete the Group Project. At the beginning of the project, each team needs to assign team members to the following roles:
Other Roles as decided by the team
The work should be balanced among the team. At the conclusion of the project, each team member will rate the participation of each of the team members and themselves. These ratings will be entered into the Group Project Peer Review Form and submitted via the assignment folder in LEO. The scoring rubric for individual group participation is contained in the matrix below.
Scoring Rubric for Individual Group Participation
Description of ParticipationScore
Main participant, without whom the project quality would suffer; major contributor5
Important participant; major contributions; offered suggestions for improvements to overall project4
Good participant; assignments completed on time; contributed to discussion of others’ input3
Average participant; did what was assigned, but little beyond that2
Minimal participation; little work done1
Group Project Scoring Rubric
The group project will be scored based on the scoring rubric below. (The instructor will determine whether all members of a group will receive the same score, or will have their scores influenced by the group members’ ratings of their individual participation.)
AttributeFull pointsPartial pointsNo pointsPossible Points
technology solution tableRequirements analysis/technology solution appropriately addresses the business scenario/problem, and demonstrates understanding of course concepts, analysis, and critical thinking.Requirements analysis/technology solution somewhat addresses the business scenario/problem; it may be lacking in demonstration of understanding of course concepts, analysis, and/or critical thinking.Requirements analysis/technology solution table is not included, or does not identify requirements or solutions appropriate to the scenario.2
Major project stepsMajor project steps to implement the solution are appropriately identified.Major project steps to implement the solution are partially identified and/or are somewhat appropriate.Major project steps are not included.2
Issues and security risks identifiedIssues and risks of the proposed solution are appropriately identified; work demonstrates understanding of course concepts, analysis, and critical thinking.Issues and risks of proposed solution are partially identified; work may be lacking in demonstration of understanding of course concepts, analysis, and/or critical thinking.Issues and risks are not included, or do not apply to the proposed solution.1.5
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