OLCU 681 Week 8 Assignment and Rubric

OLCU 681 Week 8 Assignment and Rubric

Due: Week 8 by Wednesday Midnight

Value: 100 Points for 10% of the grade

Post: Week 8 Assignments being certain to make the portfolio public so the instructor can access it.

As a student in the Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) program, you have created artifacts including papers and presentations of learning throughout your studies. As the final assignment of the MAOL capstone, prepare an electronic portfolio that demonstrates your learning and mastery of organizational leadership.

E-Portfolios

Electronic portfolios enable students to gather and present their professional and academic artifacts and reflections as they complete the MAOL program. To create your professional portfolio that summarizes, synthesizes and presents your credentials throughout and beyond the MAOL program, access Career Link, free software provided by Brandman University.

The electronic portfolio will include diverse artifacts, examples and reflections illustrating your mastery of organizational leadership. Students are encouraged to edit and revise previously submitted assignments to reflect instructor feedback and guidance. Commentary should include a brief overview of the course for which the artifact or file was created, and a description of why and how the item demonstrates achievement of a critical organizational leadership competency.

The electronic portfolio due Wednesday of week 8 of OLCU 681 should include a variety of assignments, presentations and/or projects from MAOL core and elective course that you feel appropriate. At a minimum your portfolio must include an executive summary, resume, and three or more examples of coursework from the list below that reflect your academic accomplishments.

Section Content Coursework
Executive Summary Career goals, professional picture and summary of qualifications
Professional

Experience

Resume
Professional Accomplishments Relevant professional honors, certifications, association memberships, and/or reference letters
Academic

Accomplishments

Overview of MAOL Program Note: Select 3 or more from the following major MAOL assignments
OLCU 600 Foundations of Organizational Leadership · Philosophy of Leadership Paper
OLCU 601 Democracy, Ethics and Leadership · Ethical Framework Case Analysis Paper
OLCU 602 Self, Systems and Leadership · Building Learning Organizations Paper
OLCU 613 Organizational Dynamics · Organizational Dynamics Analysis Paper
OLCU 614 Leadership and Team Development · Team Reflection Paper
OLCU 615 Leading Organizational Change · Organizational Change Application Paper
OLCU 681 Leadership Capstone Seminar · Strategic Issue Analysis Paper
Electives (Optional) · Select and include assignments as appropriate to demonstrate mastery

Grading Rubric

Criteria Exemplary Proficient Developing Emerging Not Included
Executive Summary 20 – 19

Clearly and concisely states career goals. Picture and summary of qualifications are professional and industry appropriate

18 – 17

Fairly clearly states career goals. Picture and summary of qualifications are fairly professional and industry appropriate

16 – 15

Includes general career goals and summary of qualifications. Picture and/or summary may not be professional and/or industry appropriate

14 -13

Limited inclusion of career goals, summary of qualifications and/or professional picture.

0

Not included

Resume 20 – 19

Resume is clear, concise, accurate and attractively formatted; competencies, capabilities and accomplishments are easily identified.

18 – 17

Resume is fairly clear, accurate and attractively formatted; competencies, capabilities and accomplishments are included

16 – 15

Resume is accurate but may lack clarity; competencies, capabilities and accomplishments are confusing or difficult to identify.

14 -13

Limited inclusion of an accurate resume that describes competencies, capabilities and accomplishments

0

Not included

Professional Accomplishments 5

Includes honors, certifications, associations memberships and/or reference letters relevant to career goals and reinforcing professional qualifications

4

Includes honors, certifications, associations memberships and/or reference letters fairly relevant to career goals; 1 may not reinforce professional qualifications

3

May include honors, certifications, associations memberships and/or reference letters somewhat relevant to career goals; 2 may not reinforce professional qualifications

14 -13

Limited inclusion of honors, certifications, association memberships and/or reference letters relevant to career goals

0

Not included

Academic Accomplishments 20 – 19

Clear, concise and descriptive overview of MAOL program. All required artifacts are included to demonstrate mastery, and have descriptive commentary. Any additional artifacts are well chosen and related to the portfolio’s purpose

18 – 17

Fairly clear descriptive overview of MAOL program. Most (90+%) required artifacts are included, to demonstrate mastery, and have descriptive commentary. Any additional artifacts are fairly well chosen and related to the portfolio’s purpose

16 – 15

Descriptive overview of MAOL program may be confusing or lacks clarity. Some (75+%) required artifacts are included with descriptive commentary. Additional artifacts if included may not be related to portfolio’s purpose

14 -13

Limited descriptive overview of MAOL program. Limited inclusion (74% or less) or commentary on requires artifacts. Additional artifacts if included aren’t related to portfolio’s purpose

0

Not included

Creativity and Purpose 20 – 19

Portfolio is creative; layout and design are attractive and interesting. Well organized to demonstrate leadership mastery

18 – 17

Portfolio is fairly creative; layout and design attractive and fairly interesting. Fairly well organized to demonstrate leadership mastery

16 – 15

Portfolio may be somewhat creative and but is disorganized and confusing

14 -13

Limited creativity or interesting design in the portfolio design. Portfolio is disorganized and confusing.

0

Not included

Professionalism and Organization 15 – 14

Portfolio is very professional, easy to understand and navigate. Writing is clear without grammar or spelling errors.

13 – 12

Portfolio is professional, fairly easy to understand and navigate. Writing is clear with minor (1 – 3) errors in spelling, grammar and/or punctuation.

11 – 10

Portfolio is somewhat professional but may be difficult navigate. Writing has several (4 – 10) errors in spelling, grammar and/or punctuation.

9 – 8

Limited professionalism. Portfolio is difficult to understand and/or navigate. Writing has several (11+) errors in spelling, grammar and/or punctuation

0

Not included

Effective Summer 2018


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