Book Review/Critique Assignment (BRC)

1. BASELINE ASSIGNMENT GRADE DETERMINATION. Graduate students completing this assignment are expected to review and report on all chapters.
2. BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTRY. The review should include a bibliographic entry done according to APA format (this information can be placed in this or multiple boxes, and the box expanded to accommodate user needs. Italicized explanatory information, as part of the template, can/should be deleted).

3. TOTAL TEXT ABSTRACT. The review should have a single abstract which is approximately 200-300 words, and which captures the thrust of content and concept, as an overview, provided by the author of the text (this information can be placed in this or multiple boxes, and the box expanded to accommodate user needs. Italicized explanatory information, as part of the template, can/should be deleted).

4. CHAPTER-BY-CHAPTER ABSTRACTS and BIG IDEAS. Each chapter should have a single abstract which is approximately 100-150 words, and which captures the thrust of content and concept, as an overview, provided by the author of the text, using a separate box for each chapter. Additionally, "Big Ideas" are commonly presented as part of the abstract, focused around questions the critiquer posits relative to what the author has provided. (this information can be placed in this or multiple boxes, and the box expanded/replicated to accommodate user needs. Italicized explanatory information, as part of the template, can/should be deleted).

5. STRENGTHS and WEAKNESSES. Critiquer should provide the main strengths, relative to Lean Six Sigma Systems Analysis and Quality and Change ideas, presented in the total text. That is, if you were to rewrite the article, what would you develop further, and/or expand upon, change to be even stronger, and in what ways–note that this may or may not be related to big ideas presented as part 5? (this information can be placed in this or multiple boxes, and the box expanded to accommodate user needs. Italicized explanatory information, as part of the template, can/should be deleted).

6. VALUE ADDED. Critiquer should answer the question, "what is the value added in this text, for colleagues as we grow the knowledge base, specifically, in Lean Six Sigma Systems Analysis and Quality and Change, and generally in technology management?" (this information can be placed in this or multiple boxes, and the box expanded to accommodate user needs. Italicized explanatory information, as part of the template, can/should be deleted).

7. COMPARISONS TO OTHER TEXTS. Critiquer should answer the question, "what is the relationship of this text to other related texts, for colleagues as we grow the knowledge base in Lean Six Sigma Systems Analysis and Quality and Change ideas, and generally in technology management?" (this information can be placed in this or multiple boxes, and the box expanded to accommodate user needs. Italicized explanatory information, as part of the template, can/should be deleted).

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