|[pic]Registration Date | 2009/01/15 (Year/Month/Date) | |[pic]Buyer / Seller in EC21 | Seller | |[pic]Business Type | Manufacturer | |[pic]Year established | 1980 | |[pic]Employees total | Above 1000 | |[pic]Annual revenue | USD 100,000 - 500,000 |
PRAN-RFL Group Ltd
[ Company Profile ]
RFL started its journey with cast iron products in 1980. The main objective was to ensure pure drinking water & affordable irrigation instruments for an improved rural life. Today the company has its wide range of products & has achieved the prestige as the largest cost iron foundry & light engineering workshop in Bangladesh. Recently, RFL has introduced international standard Plastic & PVC products to the Bangladesh market which have already been cordially accepted by the mass.
Introduction of RFL Plastics Ltd:
In order to manufacture plastic furniture & allied products,...
...Christina Oltmann, Ph.D.
Oral Group Presentations and Peer Evaluations
The groups will on the day and in the order indicated below. Please consult the document to identify which groups you will peer evaluate! You will be provided with evaluation forms for the individual group members and the group as a whole that you evaluate! Please read the poems on which the groups present that you evaluate!
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3RD
Presentation Group 3: Emily Dickinson, “Because I Could not Stop for Death”
Chu Pui Chan, Alex
Peer evaluated by group 1: Karim Ait Bentaleb, Kathryn Macaulay, Zachary Posman, Zachary Rosenberg.
Presentation Group 4: Thomas Hardy, “The Ruined Maid”
Correa, Alberto Eduardo
Peer evaluated by group 2: Kayley Julien, Zoë Martinez-Hawa, Mario La Rose, and group 6: Luke Bertrand, Evan Jette, Graeme Murray, Kavin Nesaratnam.
Presentation Group 5: Paul Lawrence Dunbar, “The Haunted Oak”
Tran, Hoang-Van Lara
Peer evaluated by group 7: Kelly Burchell-Reyes, Justin McGregor, Haylee Conroy, and group 8: Lara TessHolzer, Catyra Klein, Cassandra Christ, Nicky Chevalier.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8TH...
...Thurs, 17 Jan 2013 @ 1143 hrs
Group Meeting #1: Norms & Purpose
Our therapy groups were assigned today shortly after the viewing of a film in class. My fellow group members consisted of Bryant, Earl, Stephan and Tracy, and our group was designated with the concept of reality therapy. Our group had several tasks to complete prior to class dismissal. The list of things to complete included: appointing agroup facilitator, developing the group purpose and a minimum of 3 norms for the group, setting-up a schedule for member-led exercises, and reading our group theory in Appendix 1.
We started our group session with a short icebreaker as a way for each member to introduce him/herself. We were seated with our seats facing each other in a circle. Initially, some members seemed a bit hesitant to share since we weren’t yet familiar with each other. Their hesitation was obvious in the body language they displayed (arms crossed over their chest, leaning back in chair, etc) and the slow development of discussion at first. The icebreaker seemed effective as each member got to share their name and an embarrassing time in their life. By an informal vote and a democratic method, I was appointed as the group facilitator. The other group members indicated that it seemed that I had some displayed some task...
...member of a group, than they it would be whilst working alone. Many scholars have researched the reasons as to why in depth, and have had interesting conclusions, both relating to the effects on the individual and then to the group as a whole. I aim to discuss these reasons, whilst drawing on my own experiences, in the hope that I can identify some possible solutions.
The thing to consider in this scenario is groups versus individuals. Kerr & Park (2003) state, ‘…the effect of the presence of others on performance, one of psychology’s oldest questions, remains relevant for the study of group performance.’ When one is working on a project alone, they have no option but to put in one-hundred percent effort and remain motivated throughout in order to be successful. However, when they are part of a group-effort, they are able to slack in performance and still have a fighting opportunity for success. I can refer personally to group-work in which I was involved in back in my secondary school days. I was part of a group called ‘Young Enterprise’ where I acted as an assistant to the marketing director, along with two other members. We were entrusted to handle the advertising of our product, and obviously had to work together but also had individual tasks. I was not prepared for the role when I assigned to it, and often passed my work onto the other assistants. Propp (1999) believes...
...Case 13: The Timken Company Student Presentations – November 15, 2011 Participating groups: Sections 1 and 2 Section 1
Presentation groupsGroup 11 Group 12 Questioning groupsGroup 5 Group 13 Evaluating GroupsGroup 10 Group 1 Deadline for electronic submission of presentation slides and case reports Nov 14, 1:00 pm Deadline for electronic submission of questions Nov 15, 8:00 am
Presentation groupsGroup 11 Group 12 Questioning groupsGroup 5 Group 6 Evaluating GroupsGroup 10 Group 1 Deadline for electronic submission of presentation slides and case reports Nov 14, 1:00 pm Deadline for electronic submission of questions Nov 15, 8:00 am
Questions: 1. What are the key characteristics of the bearing industry? 2. How does Torrington fit with The Timken Company? What are the expected synergies? How important is Torrington to Timken? How motivated is Ingersoll-Rand to sell Torrington? 3. What is your stand-alone valuation of Torrington? Be prepared to explain and justify all the major assumption used in your estimate? 4. What is your with-synergies valuation of Torrington? Be prepared to explain and justify all the major assumptions used in your estimate. 5. Identify value drivers and conduct a...
...RUBRIC FOR GROUP PRESENTATION
Name of Student: _____________________________________ ________ Year & Section:___________________
STUDENT OUTCOME: Students will deliver effective oral presentations and demonstrates command of the English language.
All Visuals support the material. All aspects of materials to be covered are represented.
All Visuals support the material. Most aspects of the material to be covered are represented.
Most Visuals support the material. Most of the material to be covered is represented.
Some Visuals support the material and only some aspects of the materials to be covered are represented.
Major sources of errors or lacking of visual support but an attempt was made.
Presenter has good voice inflection and does an outstanding job in the speaking aspect of the presentation
Presenter has generally good voice inflection and has very few errors in speaking or communication.
Presenter has some voice inflection and does attempt to communicate clearly. A few errors in communication.
Presenter has very few changes in voice. Some major errors in communication
Very poor communication and they interfere with the delivery of information.
Presenter effectively utilizes a wide range of teaching strategies to help in learning the concepts being...
...with others, we can learn how to communicate effectively. Group work demonstrates our capacity to communicate effectively, share and reflect on our opinions, gain trust for group members, and resolve conflicts. A team can be defined as “a group of individuals who work together to produce products or deliver services for which they are mutually accountable (Tyrer, 2004).” Teamwork is described as “a dynamic process involving two or more [health professionals] with complimentary backgrounds and skills, sharing common [health] goals (...). This is accomplished through interdependent collaboration, open communication and shared decision-making (Ream & Xyrichis, 2007).” “Effective collaboration can lead to effective teamwork (Canadian Health Services Research Foundation).” One of the most commonly used methods to assess our performance is through writing a reflective evaluation. In this assignment, I have been asked to reflect on my communication patterns and experiences whilst working within a group.
This semester we were asked to work in small groups of 4 - 5 students to prepare a 20 minute information session on the ‘completion of documentation’, and perform a presentation in front of the class. In this assignment I will demonstrate my understanding of group dynamics and communication skills, reflect on my experience during the group activity, and briefly explain how the member...
SEMESTER: Semester Two
ACADEMIC YEAR PERIOD: August-November, 2012
LECTURER SETTING ASSESSMENT: - Mervyn Sookun (Module Leader)
DATE ASSESSMENT SET AND LOADED ON TO STUDENT PORTAL:- 8 August 2012
DATE ASSESSMENT TO BE COMPLETED AND SUBMITTTED:
• Group presentation will be held during the exam period: 29 October-9 November 2012. (You will be advised of precise date and venue)
Assessment Type: [Assignment: Group Oral Presentation for a new business strategy]
Indicative Assessment Requirements for the Module:
Group Presentation and supporting documentation (equivalent to an overall maximum of 3000 words in total). Supporting documentation is required to be produced as an individual contribution to the assessment (equivalent to an overall maximum of 3000 words in total)
Maximum Word Limit and Assessment weighting for each aspect within the assessment:
• Group Presentation: maximum 15 Power Point Slides (deemed to be equivalent to 3000 words): Assessment Weighting 50%
• Individual assessment contribution (an individual set of supporting documentation from each...
...Can a group of people function effectively without someone being in charge?
I believe that a group of people cannot function effectively without someone being in charge. There are 2 main points. A leader is someone who gathers the group together, and allows the group work more efficiently.
I believe that a group leader is supposed to be a role model for the whole group, someone that everyone follows. If a group didn’t have a leader, the group would be scattered. Firstly, a leader is responsible for organising the group together so that they will coordinate with each other in a sensible way; the leader of the group makes the group function effectively and efficiently. If, for instance, a group didn’t have a leader, they would have no one to follow, and they would most likely not do work and procrastinate. Having someone to follow is crucial to a group.
Having a group leader is important because the leader is normally someone with authority. If a group didn’t have a leader, they would all be the same level in class and most possibly not listen to each other. They won’t respect each other as much as they would respect a leader because they have the same identity. For example, imagine a classroom full of students. In this case, the group leader is...