Description Module 02 Discussion – Brainstorming Ideas for Your Course Project with Your Peers In this discussion board, we are talking specifically about your course project. A brainstorming session is a fantastic way to get ideas down on paper. When you do this kind of creative thinking, no answer is wrong. It is just a possibility. Brainstorming with peers is a fun way to get the ideas flowing. Remember, you want to be passionate about your project topic. Discussion Requirements: Initial Posting: Brainstorm five problems. The problems can be job-related, service problems, product problems, or community issues. What might the positive outcomes be for the people affected if they were solved? Are there any negative outcomes for the people affected? Reply Posting: Reply to at least one other student regarding their project topic ideas. Do you have any information about this topic that might help them with the research? Do you have any connections where they can interview a person about the topic? Have you read an article on it lately? If so, where? Plan on writing 2-3 paragraphs for your reply posting. Why do we brainstorm a student’s response? Brainstorming is important because you don’t know what you don’t know. This is an example of how brainstorming can help you write your paper. A student came into class frustrated because he had just found out that he needed to interview the person about whom he was writing a paper. It was a small piece of the requirements that he hadn’t read clearly. As he was explaining this to his peer, she asked whom he was needing to email. He told her he was writing his paper on the CEO of a major hardware store, and he had to actually talk to and interview the CEO. His hopes of earning an A on this paper were quickly dwindling. His peer reached down to her phone, clicked through a couple pages and handed him a phone number. She said, “Here is the number of the CEO; he is my dad’s best friend. Just tell him you are my classmate.” The student called him the next day and earned an A on the paper Module 02 Course Project – Executive Summary Executive Summary The executive summary is a one-page summary of what to expect in your paper highlighting the main points of your proposal. It is the marketing piece of the project. You should use the executive summary as a tool to get the reader intrigued, so he or she wants to read your proposal to get more information. To engage the reader, identify the purpose and use appropriate tone and usage for the audience. Consider addressing the situation and your audience’s views fairly and respectfully. As you summarize, be sure to convey the understanding and scope of the proposal. Give a thorough explanation of the proposal, and highlight relevant research to support the main idea. Your executive summary should be written as a professional document and should include these headings: Purpose Problem Solution or Plan Conclusion Tags: workplace issues Stress And Depression source of anxiety perfect workplace low job satisfaction User generated content is uploaded by users for the purposes of learning and should be used following Studypool’s honor code & terms of service.