For this assignment, you will develop a presentation to deliver to the management team about how to use technology to forecast growth. Create a PowerPoint presentation in which you demonstrate the key indicators you believe provide useful, accurate signs for future growth. Note the technology sources for these indicators.
Within the PowerPoint presentation, including an infographic that demonstrates the relationship between a key element of capacity and organizational ability to create and deliver its product/service. Throughout the presentation, emphasize the importance of technology to forecast organizational growth. Also, it emphasizes how an organization’s ability to fill the active requests for goods and services is dependent upon the quality and quantity of the firm’s capacity.
For this assignment, use the Kaltura video capturing tool to present a narrated powerpoint containing the following:
- Discuss how and what technology is used in a researched organization to forecast growth.
- Discuss the elements that are key indicators of the organization’s growth of its capacity.
- Discuss how the capacity in the organization can enable the processing of active requests for goods and services.
- Visually illustrate with an infographic the relationship between a key element of capacity and organizational ability to produce and deliver orders for the organizational goods and services.
Length: Narrated 12-15 PowerPoint slide presentation recorded with Kaltura including an Infographic and 200-350 notes per slide
References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources.
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- Hargadon, A. (2015). Sustainable Innovation: Build Your Company’s Capacity to Change the World Ed. 1.Link
- Hofer, P., Eisl, C., & Mayr, A. (2015). Forecasting in Austrian companies. Journal of Applied Accounting Research, 16(3), 359.Link
- Jia, N. (2017). Corporate innovation strategy, analyst forecasting activities and the economic consequences. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting,Link