15Jan 2022 by
This week you will be searching the internet for two resources that add to your understanding of the lesson material in chapter 1 of your textbook by Chase on Demystifying Demand Forecasting. Use the template attached to this assignment for your submission. Start your search by first listing key search terms you will use to locate two resources for this essay. Then, search in YouTube, Google, Bing, or any other search engine for a resource that adds to your knowledge of forecasting. Do not source “for-purchase options” such as consultancies or statistical software. As an example, you could source a YouTube video that expands your understanding of the basics of forecasting demand from either the demand or supply side. You will have four sections in this 1000-word paper.
Overview of subject(s) searched for including key-terms used to search
Resource 1: Hyperlink the title of the resource, then complete a thorough review of the content
Resource 2: Hyperlink the title of the resource, then complete a thorough review of the content
Summarize what you learned that added to your understanding of forecasting
Utilize the template attached below for this assignment. Label your submission document as follows: firstinitiallastname_Assignment1.docx (ex: JJohnson_Assignment1.docx)
Minimum 1000 words of content of strategic material, double spaced. Content requirement does not include cover page, abstract, nor reference pages
Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (7th edition) style and formatting
Once you submit your document to the assignment folder it will automatically be loaded to TURNITIN.COM for this course.
Plagiarism in any form will result in an automatic zero for this assignment:
Using another author’s exact words without quotations AND without an in-text citation
Paraphrasing by changing a couple of another author’s words and claiming them to be your own.
Using another student’s submission in any form will be considered plagiarism
There are no late assignments accepted after the last day of the course unless: (a) prior approval has been obtained from the professor or (b) you have an approved 30 day extension.