In addition to the written report, you will be asked to make a 6-8 minute oral presentation during the last class period. You are encouraged to divide up the questions among your team members so that everyone in your group participates. Your grade may be adjusted up or down no more than a few points depending on the quality of your presentation and staying within the allotted time.
To receive an "A" grade on the report, it is expected that the report is well written and easy to read, interesting, provides a reasonable response to the 12 questions, discusses all relevant aspects of the process that are inconsistent with the course material, provides and comments on firm's explanation for inconsistencies, and makes a well thought out recommendation to improve the firm's capital budgeting process. A report graded as a "B" is one where it is mostly well written but has some rough spots, is fairly interesting to read, does not answer adequately some of the questions, and/or does not adequately discuss inconsistencies. A grade of "C" has multiple problems as described above.