The Global Business Environment

The Global Business Environment

Required Textbooks for this course: Griffin, R. W. & Pustay, M. W. (2013). International Business (7th ed.). Upper SaIDle River, NJ: Pearson Educational Inc. Publishing as Prentice Hall (2013). ISBN 978-013266787-6
Read Chapter 4 and 5!!
Submit a review of an article pertaining to information contained in chapters 4 & 5 that is associated with international business that you have read. The article can be from a newspaper, the internet, a magazine or from your company’s information.
The review will consist of two components and will be 2 pages and must aIDress an international business issue:
a.    A synopsis of what the article contained in your own words
b.    An evaluation as to how the situation could have been prevented or how the actions taken provided a positive impact on the business. The explanation is to be in your own words.

Article Rubric
BUS 580 The Global Business Environment

Category    4    3    2    0    Your points/comments
Nature of contributions    An in-depth analysis of the article provides a clear understanding of the topic.    The analysis was questionable and the principle point of the article was not clearly aIDressed.    Major points of the article did not apply to International Business or the point was the minor component of the analysis    The article analysis failed to aIDress an International Business point or no analysis was provided
Timeliness of contributions    The analysis was posted within the allotted time frame    A partial analysis was posted within the allotted period.    A minimal analysis was posted with in the allocated time    No analysis was posted within the allotted period.
Expression / Mechanics    All contributions were made with no or minimal stylistic or grammatical errors.  Contributions reflected writing standards appropriate for a graduate student.     Contributions contained errors interfering with the ability to read and understand the intended meaning    Contributions contained numerous errors interfering with the ability to read and understand the intended meaning    Contributions contained an inordinate number of errors. Due to mechanical errors, the contributions were difficult to read.
Focus / Connection & Preparedness    Contributions made clear connections between text, readings, etc. and the topic of the article. It was evident that the student had read the assigned materials prior to analyzing the article…    Contributions made connections between text, readings, etc. with the topic of the analysis. Some of the components of analysis lacked a clear focus.
Contributions made limited connections between text, readings, etc. and the topic of the analysis Most contributions lacked focus.
.    Contributions made no connections between readings, text, etc. and the topic of the analysis. Contributions did nothing to provide a clear understanding of the topic or analysis.
Business Impact    Student applied adequate business principles in explaining the point of view of the article    The business principles applied by the student to find the root cause of the articles point of view was partially conveyed.     The business principles applied by the student to find the root cause of the articles point of view was very limited    The business principles applied by the student to find the root cause of the articles point of view was not conveyed
Your total points – 20 possible

•    Contributions relate to the required analysis.

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