read and respond to four questions related to the globalization of BMW, Rolls-Royce, and the MINI, and evaluate the problem, personal perspective, assumptions, evidence, and conclusions of the case.

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read and respond to four questions related to the globalization of BMW, Rolls-Royce, and the MINI, and evaluate the problem, personal perspective, assumptions, evidence, and conclusions of the case.

Assignment 1: Integrative Case 1 – Globalization of BMW, Rolls-Royce, and the MINI
Introduction
Please respond to all four questions associated with this integrative case. These integrative cases are related to topics discussed in the chapters and they also serve as integrated learning vehicles covering materials across several chapters.
Instructions
Please read Integrative Case 1 – Globalization of BMW, Rolls-Royce, and the MINI in your book and respond to the four questions at the end of the case.
Number the answers and submit them in the Blackboard assignment tab.
Please make sure each answer is at least 200 words long.
Evaluation Criteria
All integrative cases, together, make up 35% of the total course score. This integrative case is worth 35 points. Here is the rubric Download rubricfor this integrative case.
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MGT 6204 – Integrative Case Rubric
MGT 6204 – Integrative Case Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts
Identifies and summarizes problem at issueview longer description
7 pts
Exemplary
Identifies not only the basics of the issue, but recognizes subsidiary, embedded, or implicit aspects of the problem6 pts
Acceptable
Identifies the main problem5 pts
Marginal
Is confused or identifies a different or inappropriate problem3 pts
Unacceptable
Does not identify and summarize the problem/ 7 pts
Personal perspective and position
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7 pts
Exemplary
Draws support from experience and information not available from assigned sources6 pts
Acceptable
Identifies, appropriately, one’s own position on the issue5 pts
Marginal
Addresses a single source or view of the argument and fails to clarify presented position relative to one’s own.3 pts
Unacceptable
Does not address a single source or view of the argument./ 7 pts
Identify assumptions
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7 pts
Exemplary
Identifies and questions the validity of the assumptions that underlie the issue6 pts
Acceptable
Identifies most of the assumptions5 pts
Marginal
Identifies some of the assumptions3 pts
Unacceptable
Does not identify the assumptions/ 7 pts
Quality of evidence
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7 pts
Exemplary
Evaluates cause and effect relationships and addresses existing or potential consequences. Clearly distinguishes between fact, opinion, and acknowledges value judgments6 pts
Acceptable
Examines the evidence and source of evidence, questions its accuracy, precision, relevance, and completeness5 pts
Marginal
Merely repeats information provided, taking it as truth or denies evidence without adequate justification3 pts
Unacceptable
Does not identify or examine evidence/ 7 pts
Conclusions, implications, and consequences
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7 pts
Exemplary
Objectively reflects upon one’s own assertions6 pts
Acceptable
Identifies and discusses most issues relating to conclusions, implications, and consequences5 pts
Marginal
Identifies and discusses some issues relating to conclusions, implications, and consequences3 pts
Unacceptable
Fails to identify conclusions, implications, and consequences of the issue/ 7 pts
Total Points: 0

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