Requirement: This is your end-of-block exam for L100. The purpose of this assessment is for you to demonstrate your achievement of the TLO for L100. The TLO for L100 is, “Explain how field grade officers lead in the development of organizations and leaders to achieve results.”
This exam is based on the 56th Armor Brigade Combat Team case study and the L100 learning objectives. The L100 exam case study is available to you in a separate document. You will answer the questions from the perspective of the new brigade commander, LTC (P) Osborne.
You will synthesize the organizational development processes you learned from the L100 lessons (specifically L101-L109) and apply them to a problem. The assessment rubric for the exam is listed below on page two and provides the grading criteria for the exam question. Ensure you address the specified criteria when formulating your response. Ensure you write your response as an essay.
The L100 exam requires you to write your essay in first person to take personal credit for your leadership knowledge, skills, and abilities. Your answer will be no less than four (4) pages and no more than five (5) pages in length (double-spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman Font, and one-inch margins). Your completed essay is due at the end of the block, after lesson L111. The L100 exam is worth 60% of the L100 block grade.
In addition to the case study, you MUST integrate concepts from L100 into your responses. Specifically, you should use some of the models or theories discussed in L100 as you answer your exam. However, do NOT regurgitate the process or model; instead, explain how you will use the process or model applied to the exam case study. Finally, you do not have to submit a CGSC Form 1009w writing evaluation for this assignment.
Always cite your sources. If something is not your original thought, you need to cite your source using either footnotes or endnotes IAW the Turabian style of documentation; do not use parenthetical citations. This includes direct quotations, paraphrases, and summaries of the assigned readings, doctrinal references, or outside sources. You may use the L100 online lessons, readings, and reference materials to help you prepare your assignment. You also may use ST 22-2 as a reference for writing.
Using concepts from L100, what is the critical leadership problem facing the 56th ABCT? How will you use the processes and concepts from L100 to improve the ABCT and achieve your vision? Clearly and comprehensively, explain, defend and justify your answers.
|Evaluative Criteria (90 Points)
Apply critical-thinking skills to identify, explain, and defend the selection of the critical leadership problem. Use relevant facts and assumptions from the 56th ABCT case study to support your argument. (30 Points)
Describe your vision for the brigade. (10 Points)
Applying concepts and processes from L100, describe how you will solve the problem, implement your vision and how you will measure effectiveness in achieving your vision. (50 Points)
|Communication Criteria (10 Points)
The introduction clearly states the thesis and introduces major points.
Major points are fully developed using clear reasoning.
The conclusion reinforces the thesis and major points.
Style is concise, primarily in active voice, and generally free of errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
Proper use of citations IAW ST 22-2.
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