CMG 301 SLP Module 4 Partnering, Benchmarking and Incentives in Contracts SLP Assignment Expectations The minimum length requirement for this Module SLP Assignment is 2 full pages (excluding Title an

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CMG 301 SLP Module 4 Partnering, Benchmarking and Incentives in Contracts

SLP Assignment Expectations

The minimum length requirement for this Module SLP Assignment is 2 full pages (excluding Title and Reference pages). Include 2 scholarly sources.

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  1. Provide an APA-formatted title page. Use APA 7th Assignment Template
  2. Include an introduction, a body using 2 scholarly sources cited to support your work, and a conclusion that aligns with your purpose statement, summarizes each section, and then wraps up into a final thought.
  3. Provide an APA7-formatted References Page (See APA 7 “References” section at https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/ ).

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CMG 301 SLP Module 4 Partnering, Benchmarking and Incentives in Contracts SLP Assignment Expectations The minimum length requirement for this Module SLP Assignment is 2 full pages (excluding Title an
Module 4 – SLP PARTNERING, BENCHMARKING, AND INCENTIVES IN CONTRACTS For this SLP assignment, write a 2-page paper (excluding title and references pages) paper. Include two scholarly sources (cited and referenced per APA 7). Locate and review the following article:  Kahler, L. (2013). Contract-management duties as a new regulatory device. Law & Contemporary Problems, 76(2), 89-103. Available in the Trident Online LIbrary. Submit a 2-page (excluding title and references pages) critique of the article.  Summarize the article and also state how you could apply the information in a real-world scenario, such as your SLP contract or another scenario of your choice. Additionally, consider the organization and the business situation you have been developing over the course of the last three modules.  Think about a potential partner for the business situation and discuss the possible benefits of this partnership.  Integrate the concepts and principles you have been studying in this module and prepare a sample partnering agreement. Add your revised Contract to the end of your two full-page paper and place it on its own page after the references page.  SLP Assignment Expectations The minimum length requirement for this Module SLP Assignment is 2 full pages (excluding Title and Reference pages). Include 2 scholarly sources.  Provide an APA-formatted title page. Use APA 7th Assignment Template    Include an introduction, a body using 2 scholarly sources cited to support your work, and a conclusion that aligns with your purpose statement, summarizes each section, and then wraps up into a final thought. Provide an APA7-formatted References Page (See APA 7 “References” section at https://apastyle.apa.org/style-grammar-guidelines/ ).
CMG 301 SLP Module 4 Partnering, Benchmarking and Incentives in Contracts SLP Assignment Expectations The minimum length requirement for this Module SLP Assignment is 2 full pages (excluding Title an
1 Assignment Title Student Name College/Department Name, Trident University International CMG 301 Fundamentals of Contract Management/ Administration Professor Name Date [Notes provided throughout for additional clarity. Ensure to remove notes before submission.] Assignment Title Here [Titles and 1st Level headings should use the Word Styles format of “Heading 1,” centered, title case heading, bold. Do not begin with an Introduction heading. The introduction paragraph(s) should orient the reader to all of the concepts presented in the sections that follow. Begin the first line indented, one line below the assignment title. Ensure to provide appropriate in-text citations in the following manner: Students may synthesize information from a resource and cite the resource at the end (Author & Second, YYYY). Students may also provide the authors in the sentence by stating that Author and Second (YYYY) explain certain information in this manner. For more than two authors, use Author et al. (YYYY) format or end statement (Author et al., YYYY). See APA Manual for additional formats of in-text citations. Each citation should have a corresponding reference in the reference list. Each reference in the reference list must also have at least one corresponding in-text citation.] Theme/Topic Heading [All 1st level headings should use the Word Styles format of “Heading 1,” centered, title case heading, bold. Replace “Theme/Topic” with an appropriate heading that describes the discussion to follow.] [Present an overview of why this topic is important to the assignment. Describe the facts and relevant context as a background. Include appropriate, recent, scholarly sources to support statements of fact.] Theme/Topic Heading [repeat as needed] [All 1st level headings should use the Word Styles format of “Heading 1,” centered, title case heading, bold. Replace “Theme/Topic” with an appropriate heading that describes the discussion to follow.] [Present an overview of why this topic is important to the assignment. Describe the facts and relevant context as a background. Include appropriate, recent, scholarly sources to support statements of fact.] Subtheme or Subtopic Heading [repeat as needed] [Themes/Topics may have one or more subthemes/subtopics. These second level headings should be in Word Styles format of “Heading 2,” aligned left, title case heading, bold. This information should be relevant to the prior Heading 1 topic. Repeat for multiple subthemes or subtopics.] Subtheme or Subtopic Heading [repeat as needed] [Themes/Topics may have one or more subthemes/subtopics. These second level headings should be in Word Styles format of “Heading 2,” aligned left, title case heading, bold. This information should be relevant to the prior Heading 1 topic. Repeat for multiple subthemes or subtopics.] Subtheme or Subtopic Heading [For major topics that may need a breakdown of subtopics into additional sections, provide third level headings in the Word Styles format of “Heading 3,” aligned left, title case heading, bold italic.] Subtheme or Subtopic Heading [repeat as needed] [For major topics that may need a breakdown of subtopics into additional sections, provide third level headings in the Word Styles format of “Heading 3,” aligned left, title case heading, bold italic.] Theme/Topic Heading [repeat as needed] [All 1st level headings should use the Word Styles format of “Heading 1,” centered, title case heading, bold. Replace “Theme/Topic” with an appropriate heading that describes the discussion to follow.] [Present an overview of why this topic is important to the assignment. Describe the facts and relevant context as a background. Include appropriate, recent, scholarly sources to support statements of fact.] [Each new topic should begin with a first level heading. Provide second level and third level headings, as necessary.] Summary or Conclusion [Summary or Conclusion heading should be a first level heading using the Word Styles format of “Heading 1,” centered, title case heading, bold. Summarize key points presented in throughout the assignment.] Example of tables provided: Table 1Caption for Table 1 Header Header Text Text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text. Text Text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text texttext text text text text text text text text text text. Text Text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text text. Note. Briefly describe what the Table represents so that it is understood outside of the chapter. There is a line space between the note and the next heading/paragraph to separate the text. Example of figures provided: (note that if it would not fit in the space provided, the entire Table or Figure is moved the next page; if Table or Figure if longer than one page, ensure title appears with the beginning of the Table or Figure): Figure 1Case Study Research Note. This figure defines the case study design by Yin (2018). Briefly describe what the Figure represents so that it is understood outside of the chapter. There is a line space between the note and the next heading/paragraph to separate the text. References [References heading should be a first level heading using the Word Styles format of “Heading 1,” centered, title case heading, bold.] Ahn, J. (2004). Electronic portfolios: Blending technology, accountability and assessment. T.H.E. Journal, 31(9), 12-18. https://thejournal.com/Articles/2004/04/01/Electronic-Portfolios-Blending-Technology-Accountability–Assessment.aspx Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3(2), 77-101. doi:10.1191/1478088706qp063oa U.S. Government Printing Office. (2006). Catalog of U.S. Government publications: New electronic titles. Winslade, J., & Monk, G. (2001). Narrative mediation: A new approach to conflict resolution. Jossey-Bass. Yin, R. K. (2018). Case study research and applications: Design and methods (6th ed.). SAGE Publications. Note: All resources cited in the assignment must be included in the list of references. For each reference listed, there must be at least one corresponding citation within the body of the text, and vice-versa. Double space references in the reference list. Resources longer than one line of text should provide a hanging indent of 1/2 inch of subsequent lines. Sort in alpha surname/title order. Only capitalize the first word of the title and of the subtitle, if any. Do not bold the title. Know when to italicize and when not to (i.e., periodical/non-periodical/publication versus book/report/paper). Italicize volume numbers. Please refer to the APA Publication Manual for guidance.APA requires a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) be provided, if one has been assigned. See below for the updated APA headings guideline: Level 1 Centered, Bold, Title Case Heading Level 2 Left-Aligned, Bold, Title Case Heading Level 3  Left-Aligned, Bold Italic, Title Case Heading  Level 4 Indented, Bold, Title Case Heading with a Period. Begin body text after the period.  Level 5 Indented, Bold Italic, Title Case Heading with a Period. Begin body text after the period. 

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