Essay on Management and Academic Integrity Policy

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Activity 3

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Academic Integrity: Please see and follow the Academic Integrity Policy in the Learner portal.

Main Task: Compare Two Chapters, Adhering to the Northcentral Academic Integrity Policy
For this activity, read the two chapters listed in the Activity Resource section (Krames,J. A. (2003) Chapters 2 & 5). Each chapter relates to a
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2. Are statements about all readings and resources accurate?

3. Is the writing clear and persuasive?

4. Is the writing correct in punctuation, grammar, word usage, and APA style?

Grade and rationale. Grade is based on the following that maps onto the Northcentral rubrics as follows:

70% Content 1. Completion of the activity as instructed 2. Understanding of activity resources 3. Clarity and persuasiveness of writing

30% Presentation 4. Grammar, word usage and APA style

Chapter two (Krames, 2003) depicts the values, journey and leadership style of Michael Dell. Michael Dell is the founder and CEO of Dell, Inc. According to the author, Michael had an entrepreneurial gene in him since the childhood. He started his first business Dell Stamps when he was 12. Michael started his revolutionary journey of Dell Computer Corporation when he was 19 year old. He was the youngest CEO of a Fortune 500 company at the age of 27. As Krames describes, even though the intent was not to revolutionize, the mass customization and the providing competitive price to customer by eliminating the middleman, changed the landscape of computer business. Consumers, for
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