Read The Daily Drucker October 6: Organize Dissent (page 435), write one-page Action Point


 An Action Point is a thinking-and-doing piece that appears at the bottom of each page in the course text, The Daily Drucker. Each analysis will require the student to read, review and reflect on the Action Point as it relates to the student’s work, experiences, or application of course readings and class discussions. The compilation of these analyses is intended to create a content portfolio and course journal for each student. In preparing the assignment, keep in mind that the analysis is a summary of key elements or remarks by the author. Students should connect the analysis to their own observations or work experience. These student reflections or insights should reference the key concepts, relevant principles, and theories discussed by the author in each action point and reference course reading and class discussions. Each analysis is to be 1-2 pages in length, double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman font.