Globalization Entry Modes & International Markets
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Here are the instructions and grading rubic:
In this assignment, you are required to write about the strategic advantages and disadvantages of different entry modes. Choose 2 modes of entry, and compare them. First, explain the theoretical background of both entry modes and how to enter the international markets. Then, give practical examples of how the two entry modes have been applied in practice by business(es).
Remember to present clearly the strategic advantages and disadvantages of each entry mode for specified companies and products, supported by examples and appropriate references.
Your paper is expected to show research into the issues with clearly documented links to class and outside readings. The paper must be consistently formatted in APA style, APA in-text, citations and references included. As a general guideline, the body of your paper, meaning your answers to the questions, is to be 3 to 4 pages (excluding the front page, table of contents, references, and possible appendix). Please ensure that you cover all the elements of the assignment and demonstrate your understanding of the given topic. Don’t forget to synthesize, analyze, and evaluate related ideas and issues. Short quotations from a company website can be used, if appropriately indicated in the text and in-text cited according to the APA style, but you are not to submit a paper with the majority of its content copy-pasted from any website.
Save and submit your assignment using a naming convention that includes your first and last name and the activity number (or description). Do not add punctuation or special characters. Submit it by the posted due date.
MGMT 311 – 9.3 Written Assignment Rubric
MGMT 311 – 9.3 Written Assignment Rubric
|This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Identification and Analysis of the Main Issues/Problem
|30.0 pts Excellent (A) (27-30) Identifies and understands all of the main issues in question. Insightful, and thorough analysis of all the issues.
||26.0 pts Above-Average (B) (23-26) Identifies and understands most of the main issues in question. Thorough analysis of most of the issues.
||22.0 pts Average (C) (19-22) Identifies and understands some of the issues in question. Superficial analysis of some of the issues in question.
||18.0 pts Near-Failing (D) (15-18) Identifies and understands few of the issues in question. Incomplete analysis of the issues.
||14.0 pts Failing (F) (0-14) Identifies and understands very little of the issues in question. No analysis of the issues.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Answers to Questions
|30.0 pts Excellent (A) (27-30) Answers to questions are clear throughout. Connection with class and study material goes well beyond the obvious connections among ideas; demonstrates insight and original thinking.
||26.0 pts Above-Average (B) (23-26) Answers to questions present some irrelevant information on topic etc., but very little; treatment goes beyond obvious connections with class and study material.
||22.0 pts Average (C) (19-22) Answers to questions are vague in places; some irrelevant or distracting information.
||18.0 pts Near-Failing (D) (15-18) Answers to questions are unclear and/or confusing. Treatment is very superficial; paper may be well written but says nothing.
||14.0 pts Failing (F) (0-14) Does not address the questions. Treatment is very superficial and says very little.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Strategy Choice and Justification
|25.0 pts Excellent (A) (21-25) An appropriate, reasonable strategy is selected and successfully developed. Content knowledge is used correctly.
||20.0 pts Above-Average (B) (17-20) An appropriate, reasonable strategy is selected and moderately developed. Content knowledge used appropriately, with minor computation errors.
||16.0 pts Average (C) (13-16) An appropriate, reasonable strategy is selected, but minimally developed. Uses content knowledge with conceptual errors.
||12.0 pts Near-Failing (D) (10-12) There is an attempt to solve the problem. Barely any strategy is applied that could lead to an answer. Rarely uses content knowledge.
||9.0 pts Failing (F) (0-9) There is no attempt to solve the problem. No strategy is applied that could lead to an answer. Uses no content knowledge.
|This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Communication, Style and Mechanics
|15.0 pts Excellent (A) (13-15) Solution is presented in a clear and orderly manner so the reader can follow the flow of the solution and final answer.
||12.0 pts Above-Average (B) (11-12) Solution is presented appropriately, but may contain a minor error. Reader can follow most of the steps in the solution and final answer.
||10.0 pts Average (C) (9-10) Solution is presented appropriately, but contains conceptual errors. Solution is presented in an unclear manner. Scorer has difficulty following the sequence of steps.
||8.0 pts Near-Failing (D) (7-8) Presents the problem in an unclear manner, steps are missing or out of sequence. Scorer cannot determine a sequence of steps.
||6.0 pts Failing (F) (0-6) Does not present the problem in a manner that can be deciphered. Misuse of words throughout. Awkward sentences throughout. Difficult to attach a thought process. Poorly punctuated, misspelled words, grammatically abusive.