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bus 372 module 8 benchmark event evaluation

BUS 372 MODULE 8 BENCHMARK-EVENT EVALUATION

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BUS 372 Module 8 Benchmark-Event Evaluation

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BUS 372 Module 8 Benchmark – Event Evaluation

Due Date: Jul 30, 2017 23:59:59 Max Points: 160

Details:

Now that you have attended the event, it is time to evaluate the event planning process and the core business practices associated with executing

the event.

For this assignment, you will submit a 750-1,000 word written evaluation of the event. You will compile your stakeholder interview information,

event artifacts, and observations into a written report that summarizes the event, assesses event planning effectiveness, and offers feedback and

suggestions for enhancing the event in the future. Address the following in your evaluation.

1 explain the role that core business practices

1. Explain the role that core business practices played in the planning and execution of the event. Use stakeholder

interview feedback and your own observations related to event promotion, organization, and execution to discuss

how well the event coordinator met the event objectives. Cite specific event artifacts, data, and examples in your

analysis.

2. As you think about the execution of the event and the planning skills that were utilized, how effective was the event

planner in executing the event? Identify specific strengths and provide suggestions for ways the event could be

enhanced in the future. Identify the most important lessons you learned from observing the event planning process

and execution.

Prepare this assignment according to APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not

required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful

completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.

Benchmark – Event Evaluation

2

Less than

Satisfactory

65.00%

1

Unsatisfactory

0.00%

3

Satisfactory

75.00%

4

Good

85.00%

5

Excellent

100.00%

80.0 %Content

40.0 %Written Reflection

Explains the Role of

Core Business Practices

in the Planning and

Execution of the Event

C. 5.3 Event Planning

Skills: Examine the role

of core business

practices in the

development of sporting

events.

Explanation of the

role of core business

practices in the

planning and

execution of the

event is thoroughly

explained and

includes relevant

examples and as

supporting evidence.

Explanation of the

role of core business

practices in the

planning and

execution of the

event is complete

but lacks relevant

details.

Explanation of the role

of core business

practices in the

planning and execution

of the event is

complete and includes

relevant details.

Written reflection does

not include explanation of

the role of core business

practices in the planning

and execution of the

event.

Explanation of the role

of core business

practices in the

planning and execution

of the event is

incomplete.

analysis of areas of strength and opportunities

Analysis of areas of

strength and

opportunities for

improvement in event

execution skills is

thoroughly explained

and includes relevant

examples as

supporting evidence.

Analysis of areas of

strength and

opportunities for

improvement in

event execution

skills is complete but

lacks relevant

details.

Analysis of areas of

strength and

opportunities for

improvement in event

execution skills is

complete and includes

relevant details.

Written reflection does

not analyze areas of

strength and

opportunities for

improvement in event

execution skills.

Analysis of areas of

strength and

opportunities for

improvement in event

execution skills is

incomplete.

40.0 %Written Reflection

Analyzes Areas of

Strength and

Opportunities to Improve

Event Execution Skills

20.0 %Organization and

Effectiveness

Inappropriate word choice

and lack of variety in

language use are evident.

Writer appears to be

unaware of audience.

Use of ?primer prose?

indicates writer either

does not apply figures of

speech or uses them

inappropriately.

Some distracting

inconsistencies in

language choice

(register) and/or word

choice are present.

The writer exhibits

some lack of control in

using figures of speech

appropriately.

The writer is clearly

aware of

audience, uses a

variety of appropriate

vocabulary for the

targeted audience, and

uses figures of speech

to communicate

clearly.

The writer uses a

variety of sentence

constructions, figures

of speech, and word

choice in distinctive

and creative ways

that are appropriate

to purpose, discipline,

and scope.

10.0 %Language Use

and Audience

Awareness (includes

sentence construction,

word choice, etc.)

Language is

appropriate to the

targeted audience

for the most part.

Some mechanical

errors or typos are

present, but are not

overly distracting to

the reader. Correct

and varied sentence

structure and

audience-

appropriate

language are

employed.

Frequent and repetitive

mechanical errors

distract the reader.

Inconsistencies in

language choice

(register) and/or word

choice are present.

Sentence structure is

correct but not varied.

Surface errors are

pervasive enough that

they impede

communication of

meaning. Inappropriate

word choice and/or

sentence construction are

used.

Prose is largely free of

mechanical errors,

although a few may be

present. The writer

uses a variety of

effective sentence

structures and figures

of speech.

10.0 %Mechanics of

Writing (includes

spelling, punctuation,

grammar, language use)

Writer is clearly in

command of

standard, written,

academic English.

100 %Total Weightage

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