Rubric: For more rubric information please see grading rubric titled “case study”This case takes a “horizontal” slice through a number of coexistent
issues. As a result, the challenge is “knowing where to start” – just as
it is in real organizations – and this requires detective work.To do
this, simply  identify all the issues presented within the case. At
minimum 8 issues should be identified. They should be listed in bullet
format, but in a well written paragraph. Please refer to the case study
rubric for grading expectations. Analysis:
Once the issues are identified, you can then began to to summarize
the situation at Hefty based on the evidence in front of  you. There are
a number of issues in the case, but  you should be able to focus them
down to two key challenges which are highlighted in the case.This should
be two- three well written paragraphs.
Discussion Questions:
1.How effective is the partnership between IT and the business at
Hefty Hardware? Identify the shortcomings of both IT and the business.
2. Create a written plan for how IT and the business can work collaboratively to deliver the Savvy Store program successfully.
Both answers to the questions should be well written and well thought
out. This should be two- three well written paragraphs for each
question. Please submit the aforementioned assignment as ONE document.To
help keep the various reporting and relationship roles straight, I have
attached the organization chart. 
Please follow this rubric for the case study.Criteria to meet:Organization – strive for well developed paragraphs, smooth transitions between paragraphs, ideas focused on a central theme.Development – strive for Ideas focused on a central theme, all ideas are clearly presented.Conventions
– strive for no errors in sentence structure (capitalization, grammar,
presentation and general structure.) APA Style – strive for correct
cover page, in text citations, format and reference page have no
errors.Please see grading rubric titled “case study” under the Rubric/ Grading Criteria.WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY
Course: IST7100
Addresses Syllabus Goals: A, B, & D
Instructor: __________________
Student:___________________
Weighted
Actual Score
Case Study Analysis
Content:______
CT:______
Comm:______
______
______
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Weighted Rubric Score:__________
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Performance
Knowledge of
Content
50% of rubric
score
Unsatisfactory
1
Work does not reflect the
assignment purpose
Competent
3
Accomplished
4
Exemplary
5
Work marginally reflects the
assignment purpose
Work reflects the
assignment purpose
Work is accurately detailed,
and in line with course
content
Work stands-out as
exemplary, is accurately
detailed, and in line with
course content
Uses at least 15 Prof ref to
support research with poor
integration
Uses at least 15 Prof ref to
support research with
adequate integration
Uses ample references and
integrates them acceptably
into the document
Uses ample references and
integrates them clearly and
concisely into the document
Depth of research
Quality of research
Relate research to Case
Ineffective documentation of
research/support or less than
15 Prof references used
Unsatisfactory
Critical Thinking
30% of rubric
score
Developing
2
Ability to incorporate
graphical data/info is
lacking
Understands the case
Addresses critical points
Developing
Ability to incorporate
graphical data/info is
emerging
Competent
Ability to incorporate
graphical data/info is basic
Accomplished
Ability to incorporate
graphical data/info & link
key relationships is
proficient
Exemplary
Ability to incorporate
graphical data/info & link
key relationships is superior
WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY
Course: IST7100
Addresses Syllabus Goals: A, B, & D
Instructor: __________________
Communications
(Written & Oral)
20% of rubric
score
Case Study Analysis
Sentences are not well
constructed and often lack
clarity. Formats and
patterns are repetitive
Sentences are somewhat
clear and well constructed,
but lack variety in format&
length
Most sentences are clear and
well-constructed some
evidence of variety in
format, length, and
complexity.
Sentences are clear and
well-constructed – Some
evidence of variety in
format, length, and
complexity
Varied well-constructed
sentences are evident
throughout the document
with an appropriate stylistic
flair
Paper is riddled with
spelling, punctuation, and/or
grammatical errors
Paper contains 5 or 6
spelling, punctuation, and/or
grammatical errors
Paper contains 3 or 4
spelling, punctuation, and/or
grammatical errors
Paper contains 1 or 2
spelling, punctuation, and/or
grammatical errors
No spelling, punctuation,
and/or grammatical errors
are readily apparent
Paper is riddled with APA
errors
Paper contains 5 or 6 APA
errors
Paper contains 3 or 4 APA
errors
Paper contains 1 or 2 APA
errors
No APA errors are readily
apparent
Written
Developing
Competent
Little evidence of
preparation – Off-the-cuff
delivery
Unsatisfactory
Prepared but too reliant on
notes in delivery – Little eye
contact with audience
Extemporaneous delivery Some eye contact with the
audience – Minimum use of
gestures & movement
Well-prepared and paced
extemporaneous varied
delivery – Maintains good
eye contact with the
audience – Powerful use of
gestures & movement
Polished, professional
presentation – Engaging,
extemporaneous delivery.
Maintains excellent contact
with audience – Purposeful
gestures & movement
Introduction lacking or does
not create interest
Introduction evident but not
particularly engaging
Introduction creates interest
and engages the audience
Introduction creates interest
and engages the audience,
sets the stage for the main
presentation
Creates interest, engages and
involves the audience, sets
stage for the main
presentation
Main points are not clear or
well organized – Lacks
supporting evidence and
detail
Main points are clear but not
well developed – More
supporting evidence and
detail are needed
Main points are clear and
well developed – Evidence
and detail adequately
support the presentation
Main points are clear and
well developed. Evidence
and detail provide strong
support for the presentation
Main points are clear and
well developed – Etc.
Logical development is easy
to follow
No concluding remarks
Conclusion summarizes
main ideas, but not
memorably
Conclusion summarizes and
reinforces main points
Conclusion summarizes and
drives home main points
Conclusion summarizes and
drives home main points Includes memorable close
Presentation time
requirement ignored
Presentation within 30% of
time requirement
Presentation within 20% of
time requirement
Presentation within10% of
time requirement
Presentation within 5% of
time requirement
No presentation aids used
Basic presentation aids used,
Presentation aids are
Presentation aids are well
Presentation aids are of
Oral
(Presentation)
Accomplished
Exemplary
WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY
Course: IST7100
Addresses Syllabus Goals: A, B, & D
Instructor: __________________
Case Study Analysis
either not well designed or
well integrated into the
presentation
designed and integrated to
communicate content but
lack variety
designed & integrated, as
well as varied (some use of
graphics/visual or sound
effects)
professional quality,
enhancing the flow and
persuasiveness (well
integrated graphs, video or
other electronic media)
Note: Late submission will result in at least one-rubric grade reduction for each element; failure to submit an assignment or
an unsatisfactorily rating in the first element listed under “Knowledge of Content” (Work does not reflect the assignment
purpose) will result in a failing or unsatisfactory grade.

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