(A 10-page response is required for the combination of Parts A, B, and C.)
Instructions: Select a company of your choice and review its website. Assume that the company you select has just created a department to manufacture and sell a new communications device that will significantly reduce the time and cost invested in all transactions made by telephone and computer.
Make sure that you select a company to which the addition of this new department would make sense. The device will be called the Automated Communications Wizard (ACW). The president of the division you work for has chosen you, the Director of Training, to be in charge of the training function for the newly created department, located in Tampa, Florida.
Your Stand-Alone Project requires that you complete two tasks: You will write a training program; then you will develop a presentation to sell your program to the president of the new division. Your report should be 15 pages in length, including a cover sheet, table of contents, and conclusion page.
In addition, you must submit a minimum of 14 PowerPoint slides. Your Stand-Alone Project responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct and formatted in the same fashion as the project itself. If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your response and document them in a bibliography using APA style.
(A 15-page, double-spaced response and 14 slides are required.)
Part A Report/Training Program: Based on the company you selected, set up a training program that incorporates the seven major areas listed below.
Return on Investment.
Part B PowerPoint Presentation: Prepare a formal PowerPoint presentation in defence of your training plan for this new department. You will deliver this presentation to gain the support for your training program from the president of the division. Your presentation must include the following.
Part C Conclusion: Use your written report, together with your supporting PowerPoint presentation and charts and/or graphs, as your sales presentation to justify the training program that you are proposing.