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MGMT 570 SESSION PROJECT GUIDELINES
The purpose of this preparation guide is to provide you with some direction concerning the content, process, and structure of your final class project. In the sections below is some helpful information that will prove valuable with respect to facilitating your completion of a Course Project reflective of the high standards of quality work and personal learning that should be the aim of each participant in the course. ASSIGNMENT Members of the class are required to prepare a session project, not to exceed 12 pages in length (excluding appendices), on the broad theme of workplace conflict resolution. Within this broad theme, the project is intended to be an opportunity to explore in some depth a topic related to the course that is of specific significance to you. In developing the project, select a specific conflict situation of interest to you. Think of yourself as a conflict resolution consultant and assume that a key manager has requested a thorough analysis and recommended course of action to resolve an actual conflict that will make a difference to the future performance of the organization. Course Project Proposal At the end of Week 3, there is a Course Project Proposal due. Please note that your paper cannot be adapted from another class; it must be an original work for this course. You may present your Session Paper Proposal in either outline or narrative format. Please read the following explanation of the purpose of the proposal as that may assist you with your own format. 1. The paper proposal is meant to give you the opportunity to organize your notes for your final paper and put those notes into a concrete plan. 2. The proposal also gives the instructor the opportunity to assist in any way that the instructor can in the development of the topic for the final paper. "If you are more comfortable with an outline format to begin your papers, then an outline format is fine. If you are more comfortable with a narrative format to organize
your paper, then a narrative format is fine as well. Any other format that you use to convey this information and organize your notes is also acceptable. See the Course Project content item under the Course Home section of this course for more information.