PowerPoint Presentation, You are a high level manager who has been asked to present a PowerPoint presentation to your employees on the concepts of stakeholders and corporate social responsibility. Your PowerPoint presentation must include the following:
• What is a stakeholder?
• How does your business define stakeholder?
• Identify your stakeholders and what makes them stakeholders in your business:
o The employee
o The supplier
o The customers
o The government
o The local community and society
• How does your business communicate with its stakeholders?
• Discuss corporate social responsibility in your business.
• Discuss the social issues facing your company.
The PowerPoint must contain a minimum of 15 slides. You can assume anything in developing the PowerPoint (person, place, time), and you can use your own employer, your own business, an actual business, or a fictitious organization.
Make sure you identify your organization at the beginning of the slide show. Points will be deducted if you do not include a reference list. This can be the last slide in your PowerPoint, but make sure it includes all sources used: your textbook, websites, journal articles, etc.
Remember, if you paraphrase or quote words or ideas from your course textbook or other resources, you should cite your sources following the APA style citation guidelines.
PowerPoint contains a “notes” feature where the presenter can insert notes under each slide. You can add notes to your PowerPoint presentation by clicking in the area titled “Click to add notes.” This is located under each slide. Use this feature to add additional content that is not included in your slides.
Format: You are free to design your PowerPoint in any format that you see fit. This includes color scheme, font, layout, etc. However, the level of professionalism in your PowerPoint will affect your grade. Excessive use of clip art, sound effects, and animation is inappropriate in a professional/scientific presentation. You might want to review the following website for tips on creating PowerPoint presentations: