BUSN115 Week 3: Lemonade Stand, Part I
As you have read about in our lecture, we have used a lemonade stand to help us understand some basic concepts of business. As we pointed out, a lemonade stand has a simple business structure, yet it can help us understand almost every function of a firm; such as marketing, operations, finance, technology, entrepreneurship, and many other aspects. In our two assignments in this course, you will own and operate your very own lemonade stand as you apply the knowledge you have learned from the course.
You have decided to open a lemonade stand in your local neighborhood. You have grand plans for this stand and expect to attract many customers. In Part I of this assignment, you will…show more content… Please view the APA tutorial in your Syllabus for more on how to format your paper. Your paper should include a cover page and running header as stipulated by APA formatting.
This paper will be evaluated on how you apply the concepts that are detailed in the textbook to a practical idea. In order to receive the highest grade, it is encouraged that you review the textbook and cite specific area of the text in your responses (taking care in citing these properly). Additionally, while this is not an English class, grammar will account for a portion of your paper. Please take care in writing a well develop response.
For this paper and other papers that you will write in college, please note that when you reference or cite a text, you must use quotation marks and proper attribution if you use words that are directly from a source. If you are just referencing them and have changed the words, a citation is all that is required. Here is one final point: When writing anything in college, you must adhere to the 80/20 rule: 80% of the papers should be in your own words, and 20% may be made up of any citations you may add. Violation of this rule could result in a zero for the assignment.
Grading Rubric Category | Points | Description | Criteria and Creativity | 30 | Demonstrate a strong grasp of the question and be able to