ule 1 – SLP
Your friend, Stacy T., a mother of two grade schoolers, has decided to take the next step and open a bakery business. People have been praising her gluten-free organic blueberry muffins for years, and Stacy has been researching how to set up a mail order muffin business on the internet. In a nearby industrial park, Stacy has rented a small commercial kitchen that was set up from scratch by another aspiring baker/entrepreneur who decided to call it quits.
Stacy lives in a region known for the special taste and quality of locally grown blueberries, which is one of the reasons her blueberry muffins are so renowned among friends and acquaintances. Stacy buys her organic blueberries by the quart from a local grower, Woody M., who inherited his blueberry producing acreage from an uncle.
Now that Stacy has decided to pursue her mail-order gluten-free organic blueberry muffin business for real, she appreciates that she needs to secure her supply of the organic blueberries that make her product so special.
For this module 1 SLP assignment, carefully review the background readings that cover the main elements of a contract. Then, write a short 1- to 2-page contract, specifying an agreement between Stacy and Woody regarding the purchase of blueberries. Include the main elements of a simple contract specified in the background readings. Do not copy a template contract from the internet or elsewhere. Simple and in your own words is better for purposes of this assignment.
In addition to the short contract, include a few paragraphs at the end, explaining which background readings you consulted for your contract and how you used these readings to decide on what to include in your contract.
SLP Assignment Expectations
· Answer the assignment questions directly.
· Stay focused on the precise assignment questions. Do not go off on tangents or devote a lot of space to summarizing general background materials.
· Use reliable and credible sources as your references. Articles published in established newspapers or business journals/magazines are preferred. If you find articles on the Internet, make sure they are from a credible source.
· Reference your sources of information with both a bibliography and in-text citations. See the Student Guide to Writing a High-Quality Academic Paper, including pages 13 and 14 on in-text citations. Another resource is the “Writing Style Guide,” which is found under “My Resources” in the TLC Portal.
Pages 13 and 14
Do not spell out the titles and publication details of your sources in the body of your paper. Instead, provide a short citation, and add a full reference with the publication details in your reference list. Interested readers can then find the details about the article in your reference list at the end of your paper. Wrong: ¡ The first article that will be discussed is called “The Very Separate Worlds of Academic and Practitioner Periodicals in Human Resource Management” written by Sara Rynes, Tamara Giluk, and Kenneth Brown, which was published in the Academy of Management Journal (2007) Vol 50, No.5, 987-1008. They studied the gap between academic and practitioner knowledge. § Note: Do not spell out the title and publication details of your sources in the text. Right (two different ways): 1. Rynes, Giluk, and Brown (2007) found a gap between academic and practitioner knowledge. § Note: The authors are the subject of the sentence. This is referred to as an “in-text citation” and includes just the authors’ last names and year of publication. 2. A gap was found between academic and practitioner knowledge (Rynes, Giluk, & Brown, 2007). § Note: The citation is placed at the end of a sentence in parentheses. This is called a “parenthetical citation.” In this type of citation, use an ampersand (&) instead of “and.” 13 When should you cite a source? ¡ When you use your own words in referring to the ideas or concepts of others ¡ When you use the exact words that are written in one of the sources that you read § Using someone else’s exact words is called a “quotation.” § For quotes of less than 40 words, use quotation marks and follow the quote with a parenthetical citation that includes: ▪ The name(s) of the author(s) ▪ The year of publication ▪ The page number the quote was taken from in the original source— for example: “Academic and practitioner periodicals in human resource management are worlds apart” (Rynes, Giluk, & Brown, 2010, p. 992). § Any phrase or quote of 40 or more words should be separated from the text of your report by single spacing and by indenting from the both right and left margin. This is called an “offset quote.” 1
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