Students effectively communicate as a consultant for Best Game Productions. Students use persuasive communication and research to propose a solution to the company’s CEO. Students create a presentation for the decision makers of Best Game Productions to address the deliverables, methods, and outcomes. Students use persuasive communication and knowledge of audience needs, motivations, and perceptions to present data to the stakeholders using effective communication channels.
Create a 8 to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, with detailed speaker notes, for the decision makers at Best Game Productions.
Describe the following in your presentation:
o Title slide and References slide
o The project backgrounds
o The solution
o The deliverables (what you are going to do for them)
o The methodology (how you are going to accomplish it)
o The metrics used for evaluation (how you will measure success
poetry, and in places legislation. (2) From the time of Cook’s first voyages, Polynesia has been reduced to Western ideals: an escape from social and ethical conventions. Although we are now well into the 21st century, the West’s fantasy of paradise as envisioned by 17th and 18th century artists, has never been stronger. The Dreamtime, in contrast to other Pacific religions, is a spiritual belief system based on artwork, telling the history of the Aboriginal history, so has been affected differently by colonisation. The use of art as a medium to pass information from one generation to another has created the oldest continuous artwork tradition anywhere in the world, the oldest examples dating to over 40,000 years ago. Aboriginal artwork often represents animals, scenes from the Dreamtime, or aerial views of landscapes, like a map, in dot form. As Aboriginal communities were driven further from the areas they had traditionally inhabited, they were also separated from their masterpieces, and their cultural expression. The Aboriginal people went into self-exile in the central Australian desert, and by 1900 had largely been written out of the story of modern Australia, and certainly out of its art. In the 20th century this would begin to change. The artwork of Albert Namajira, when it was shown in art galleries in large Australian cities, captivated the public. Namatjira had been born in Hermannsburg, a tiny Aboriginal settlement 80 miles from Alice Springs, centred around a Lutheran settlement. Namajira taught himself to paint, producing watercolours of the landscape of the highest quality, some of which are now in the National Gallery of Australia. In 1957, Namatjira became the first Aboriginal person to be granted full Australian citizenship, and as such was entitled to buy alcohol. Naturally, he shared this with his friends and family, for which he was charged with supplying alcohol to indigenous Australians in 1958, and died within a few months of completing his punishment of hard labour. (2) Namatjira’s story epitomises the tragedy of the problems faced by the Aboriginal population as a whole, a race of people persecuted by foreigners in their own country. Perhaps the best example of Aboriginal art is a piece produced by 43 Aboriginal artists from Arnhemland, who created their own memorial to mark the bicentenary of the arrival of the First Fleet in 19>GET ANSWER