(solution) This is the final project. I will need it by 10/13

(solution) This is the final project. I will need it by 10/13

This is the final project. I will need it by 10/13

CSR 610: Final Paper Guidelines and Rubric
Overview The final project for this course is the creation of a Final Paper. Based on the knowledge obtained in this course and previous course work, you will
examine issues and concepts covered throughout this course. Make sure to include topics discussed throughout this course. Main Elements
Your final paper will have the following elements: Discuss the three pillars of the sustainable business and contrast these with ?conventional? paradigms. Be sure to include the concept of
economic growth vs. development. Also include a discussion of the impact on the biosphere. Within the above context, compare and contrast a company of your choice that embodies the tenets of the sustainable business along
with one that embodies that of the traditional model. Within the above discussion elaborate on how each affects business strategy and management: The business model/economic paradigm CSR/corporate culture/values Obligation to environmental stewardship Life cycle management Production Supply chain practices (where do they source their inputs, etc.) The relation between the business practices of each company and consumer behaviors The ethics of each company?s marketing activities Accounting, finance, HR, and Operations Management What potential ethical issues can you identify with regard to these companies? How would you prioritize them? Explain your reasoning. How
would you approach resolving these ethical problems? Format In 10-2 Final Paper, you will submit your completed Final Paper. Page length should be at least 10 pages, not including the cover page and
resources. The Final Paper will be graded using the Rubric on the next page. Rubric
Requirements of submission: Written components of the project must follow these formatting guidelines when applicable: double spacing, 12-point Times New
Roman font, one-inch margins, and discipline-appropriate citations.
Instructor Feedback: Students can find their feedback in the grade book as an attachment.
Critical Elements
Main Elements Inquiry and Analysis Integration and
Application
Critical Thinking Research Exemplary
Includes almost all of the main
elements and requirements
and cites multiple examples to
illustrate each element
(23-25)
Explores multiple issues
through extensive collection
and in-depth analysis of
evidence to make informed
conclusions
(18-20)
All of the course concepts are
correctly applied
(9-10)
Demonstrates comprehensive
exploration of issues and ideas
before accepting or forming an
opinion or conclusion Proficient
Includes most of the main
elements and requirements and
cites many examples to illustrate
each element
(20-22)
Explores some issues through
collection and in-depth analysis
of evidence to make informed
conclusions Needs Improvement
Includes some of the main
elements and requirements Not Evident
Does not include any of the
main elements and
requirements (18-19)
Explores minimal issues
through collection and
analysis of evidence to make
informed conclusions (16-17)
Most of the course concepts are
correctly applied
(8)
Demonstrates moderate
exploration of issues and ideas
before accepting or forming an
opinion or conclusion (18-20)
Incorporates many scholarly
resources effectively that
reflect depth and breadth of
research (16-17)
Incorporates some scholarly
resources effectively that reflect
depth and breadth of research (14-15)
Some of the course concepts
are correctly applied
(7)
Demonstrates minimal
exploration of issues and
ideas before accepting or
forming an opinion or
conclusion
(14-15)
Incorporates very few
scholarly resources that
reflect depth and breadth of
research (0-17)
Does not explore issues
through collection and
analysis of evidence and does
not make informed
conclusions
(0-13)
Does not correctly apply any
of the course concepts
(0-6)
Does not demonstrate
exploration of issues and
ideas before accepting or
forming an opinion or
conclusion
(0-13)
Does not incorporate
scholarly resources that
reflect depth and breadth of
research Value
25 20 10
20 15 Writing
(Mechanics/Citations) Comments: (14-15)
No errors related to
organization, grammar and
style, and citations
(9-10) (12-13)
Minor errors related to
organization, grammar and style,
and citations
(8) (11)
Some errors related to
organization, grammar and
style, and citations
(7) (0-10)
Major errors related to
organization, grammar and
style, and citations
(0-6)
Total 10 100%