· Use polling data to summarize how the public feels about a specific subject that might affect your future job, from criminal justice to nursing to sales.
· Compile financial data to suggest a trend in purchasing that might allow your future company to host a sale or appeal to a specific demographic.
· Summarize psychology studies that help your colleagues understand clients, students, patients, or criminals more clearly and explain how this information can improve the execution of everyone’s jobs.
· Learn about a moment in history and propose lessons learned that could improve company morale, team tactics, or a marketing message.
· Collect data on technology in order to propose a way to save time at work by adopting automation or a company-wide communications app like Slack.
· Read about time management theories and summarize how your future co-workers could improve their productivity at work.
· Learn about investigation styles and apply them to a criminal justice team
Spend some time searching for ideas that will form the core of your project. Once you find a good topic, write a proposal of 250-400 words. In this proposal, explain your future job, the organization, and your presentation audience. (You get to choose the workplace, your job, and the audience for your presentation. The presentation will present some information and research that would help your future workplace improve.) Workplace: Amazon Job: Project manager Audience: Sales mangers or something like that
Then describe your topic and what type of data you might include in your presentation. Your instructor will provide you with some feedback to help set you up for success as you begin the data collection portion of this project.