Instructional Guide for the Final Project

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Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
Facultad de Contaduría Pública y Administración
International Business Program
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
Facultad de Contaduría Pública y Administración
International Business Program

Instructional Guide for the Final Project|
The Managerial Process|
Professor: Lic. Ana Esperanza Álvarez García|
January - June 2013|

Final Assignment

The Final Assignment is an integrated business where, the first semester final assignment will serve as a base for making this semester final assignment.

I. General Requirements
Please consider that delivering in time your Integrated Business project, does not necessarily means it is going to be graded. It has to meet certain Style and Format Requirement that we are going to describe in this document.

1. Spiral bound, in a binder or any way you feel your project needs to be delivered.

2. Cover page

a. UANL and FACPYA logos.
b. University FULL name
c. School FULL name
d. Program Name
e. “Name of the Company”

*For the following, please use: Arial 12 font* f. Student’s FULL name g. Student’s ID Number h. Group (NOT classroom number) i. Due date 3. Numbered pages a. You’re not allowed to use liquid paper; b. No errors of any kind are allowed; c. If I find any kind of error or liquid paper has been used, your Project is not going to be graded. 4. Written in Computer a. Mind your spelling, grammar, and syntax, as it also is part of your project; b. Use Black and Blue Ink ONLY; c. Try to use blue ink only for creating an emphasis and to give a professional look to your project. 5. Index: a. It has to start in the Introduction section; b. If the given order is not follow, you’ll have -2 points; c. If the index is not present or has many errors, your project IS NOT GOING TO BE GRADED.|

6. Introduction
In writing an Introduction, you should ask these questions:

What is it?
An introduction is the first paragraph of a written research paper, or the first thing you say in an oral presentation, or the first thing people see, hear, or experience about your project.

It has two parts:
1. A general introduction to the topic you will be discussing 2. Your Thesis Statement

Why do it?
Without an introduction it is sometimes very difficult for your audience to figure out what you are trying to say. There needs to be a thread of an idea that they will follow through your paper or presentation. The introduction gives the reader the beginning of the piece of thread so they can follow it.

When do I do it?
Many recommend writing your introduction last, after you finish your project. This is to make sure that you introduce what you are actually going to say. If your project changes in the creating process, it is important to make sure that your introduction accurately reflects what you will be saying. If, however, you have written a good outline and stick to it, then it is fine to start writing your introduction first. Just make sure in your proofreading that you have kept the thread consistent throughout the paper.

How do I do it?
Start with a couple of sentences that introduce your topic to your reader. You do not have to give too much detailed information; save that for the body of your paper. Make these sentences as interesting as you can. Through them, you can hook a reader and get them very interested in the line of thinking you are going to develop in your project. Then state your thesis, which may be done in one or more sentences.

7. Contents
I. Planning
1. Think of a company you would like to run. Name it;
2. Write your organization’s mission and vision;
3. Describe your company: what it would do? Size, location(s), etc;

II. Organizing
1. Present your organization’s structure;
2. Plan for Human Resources Management;
3. Proposal for Managing Diverse Workforce in the...
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