Business Presentation- Case Study
Business Presentation on Social Sustainability
Length: 900 words +/- 10%
Submission method options: Alternative submission method
You are asked to develop a PowerPoint presentation of no more than eight (8) slides to the Board of your company to examine the current state of play on the issues raised in the following case. The case was published in 1993.
Imagine that you are a senior operations manager in a clothing manufacturing and retail company based in a developed country, such as the United States. Your role includes responsibility for international contracts for the manufacturer of the clothing that your company sells into the USA and other developed countries. The Board is well aware of the sensitivity of social sustainability in developing countries and the contribution that big companies from developed countries make. It is less aware of the current situation in regard to regulation and practice. Business Presentation- Case Study
You have to prepare a presentation on the current situation in social sustainability regulation and practice relating to companies from developed countries that outsource manufacturing to factories in developing countries.
Case study: Third-world families at work: Child labor or child care?
This assessment draws on Topics 1 to 5 of the subject. The eight slides of your presentation are made up as follows (in order):
- A title slide,
- Up to four slides for your argument,
- Two slides in which you evaluate, using the CRAP test (covered in topic 1), the five sources that you found (excluding sources in the topic content on Interact 2) and
- A final slide that has a list of references to support your argument (This includes all sources used from the topic content and the five sources located independently).
- Each slide must have a title and a slide number.
- In-text referencing, in APA6 format, must be used.
- Diagrams and images may be used if you wish.
- You may use a table to summarise your evaluation of sources (CRAP test).
APA (6th Edition) Referencing must be used, including in-text citations and complete and correctly formatted reference list. More information can be found here.