Completely and thoroughly explain how a Flow Process Chart and a Flow Diagram could be used in a Hardware Store or Home Improvement Store to identify potential areas for improvement. Include at least one example of a potential efficiency improvement in a Hardware Store (such as Ace Hardware) or a Home Improvement Store (such as Lowe’s). Exam Grading Rubric: Your answers to each exam question should include information from a variety of sources as explained above. Every paragraph in your answer should have a reference note at the end of each paragraph and below all pictures or illustrations. Paragraphs that do not have a reference note at the end of the paragraph will reduce your grade on the question. If you answer a question and the only information you use is your own background and experience, and/or the information in the typed module transcripts on the D2L course page, and/or the recorded archives of the live class sessions, and/or the information in any of the optional books, then you will receive a very low grade on the exam. If you do not provide notes to your references at the end of each paragraph in your answer to an exam question then you will receive a very low grade on that question. If you answer a question briefly and you provide very few supporting facts then you will receive a very low grade on the exam. If you provide an extremely long answer to a question but your answer only includes one or two relevant facts and you simply discuss those facts in great detail then you will receive a low grade on the exam. If you provide an extremely long answer to a question that only contains one or two relevant facts and it also includes a lot of insignificant or unrelated facts, then you will receive a low grade on the exam. Students who provide and discuss more relevant facts that are directly related to a question as it applies to the organization identified in the question, and who document their answers with references to a variety of relevant internet websites, will receive a higher grade on that question compared to students who provide fewer relevant facts. If you provide a good answer to a question that includes several relevant facts, and you discuss each of those facts clearly as they specifically relate to organization identified in the original question, and you provide notes to your references at the end of each paragraph in your answer to each question, then will receive a higher grade on the exam. Your grade on each question will be based on whether or not your answer clearly demonstrates that you understand the concepts in the original question, and your answer has directly applied those concepts to the company or organization specified in the original question. Your grade will not be based on your skill in being able to make an answer look attractive to the reader (formatting skills). Formatting skills are important but demonstrating mastery of the concepts is more important. When typing your answers to an exam you must adhere to the following general guidelines: 1. Your name must appear on the top left of the first page of the exam that you submit. 2. All your answers must be single spaced. 3. Times New Roman type font must be used. 4. 12 Point type must be used. 5. Standard one-inch margins must be used.