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  • Self reflection assignment using the theories of Change Management
  • • Scenario
    • Leadership in Change Management
    • Change Management Model
    • Power and Politics
    • Conflict Management
    • Culture and Design
    • Conclusion
    • References
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  • Assignment on self-awareness & communication
  • • Self analysis
    • How to gain self-awareness
    • Overall results of M.BT.I
    • Some other weaknesses I found in myself
    • Reference list
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  • Comprehensive paper on skills required for effective management
  • • Introduction
    • SWOT Analysis
    • How to improve management and leadership skills?
    • Impact of learning style on personal development
    • Cause and Effect Diagram
    • SMART Goals Analysis
    • Personal Development Plan
    • How Can I Put Into Practice What I Have Learnt?
    • Bibliography
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  • Critical Analysis of a Personal Experience
  • This assignment is based on the following requirement -

    Task 1 (up to 500 words)
    Think of a story/scenario about an incident/event/problem which has occurred or is currently occurring in your working life and/or organisation (which may include experiences working/attending charity, school and sporting organisations) and in which the concepts of motivation, group dynamics and communication are relevant.
    Write this story/scenario down (in no more than 500 words or one page). Be sure to include
    the titles/descriptions of key people/actors and descriptions of relevant situational variables (who? what? where? why? how?).
    Several examples of scenarios appear in the ‘Assignment 2’ topic area on the MGT5000 Studydesk (Note: some of the concepts may differ in the scenarios from the concepts you are being asked to capture).
    Guidelines to write the scenario
     The scenario should commence with an opening statement which sets the scene in  terms of the relevance of the scenario to you. 
     The scenario must describe an event/problem which could be analysed from  a motivational perspective. 
     The scenario must describe an event/problem which could be analysed from a

    group dynamics perspective. 
    MGT5000 – Assessment 3  The scenario must describe an event/problem which could be analysed from
     a communication perspective. 
     The story/scenario should be concrete (about real people, actions and events); familiar
     to a work setting and believable to those who read it. 
     Structurally your story should involve a setting, a build-up (trouble’s coming!) and
    a crisis, problem or climax. 

     The information you include in this assignment is for assessment purposes only. If
    you feel the need, you are welcome to change identifying information such as names of people, organisations and places. If you feel a particular scenario is too sensitive to discuss – then please select another scenario from your experience that you are comfortable discussing in your assignment. 
    Task 2 (1,500 words)
    Analyse the scenario/event/problem by critically discussing the following organisational behaviour issues as they pertain to the scenario:
    1. Choose two motivational theories from module 3 which are relevant to your scenario and critically discuss what impact the events/incidents/problems in this scenario are likely to have on the motivation of the people identified in the scenario. (500 words)
    2. Draw on the content in module 4 to critically discuss group dynamics in the scenario. (500 words)
    3. Draw on the content in module 5 to critically discuss communication in the scenario.
    Task 3 (1-2 page table)
    Make recommendations: Draw up a table (1-2 pages) and summarise what actions could be taken to manage (1) the motivation of the people identified in the scenario; what actions could be taken to improve (2) the group dynamics/functioning in the scenario; and (3) what actions could be taken to improve communication in the scenario. ... Less

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  • Critical Reflection essay
  • This essay is based on the following requirement -

    Background
    Reflective writing is the evidence of reflective thinking and reflective thinking is part of the critical thinking process where people analyse, evaluate and make judgements about behaviour, events, experiences and outcomes to make sense of what happened and to learn how to do things differently in future situations. The practice of reflective thinking will be introduced in this assessment task along with critical analysis skills.
    Reflective thinking is an intellectual exercise that not only requires people to think about past happenings, but to also identify and acknowledge how their personal bias, beliefs and assumptions impact the process. It is well known that effective managers are skilled in the process of reflection and reflective thinking. In this assessment task you are asked to write a reflective essay which is an exercise for you in developing your critical thinking skills. A reflective essay requires you to think about and write about your ideas in relation to a specific topic and it is important to clearly understand what you are being asked to reflect on and how you feel about the topic as part of the process.
    The topic
    For this critical reflection you are required to consider a specific personal example from your workplace that will allow you to write about and reflect upon an ethical issue that has left you feeling troubled, maybe asking yourself how and/or why the particular outcome happened and/or perhaps where you feel you learned a valuable lesson. At the conclusion of the reflection you are required to think back on the corporate ethics and governance material (the literature) you have covered in this semester and provide recommendations or suggestions for how this workplace (or other workplaces) could minimise or prepare for this type of issue or incident happening in the future. We can never remove these issues completely but we can prepare for and recognise them and react appropriately in the workplace. You are asked to make specific recommendations (supported by your reflection and discussion) for changes to policy, practice or procedures that you believe would help in this.
    The three key elements of this assessment task are:
    1. that the experience you write about has to be personal – something YOU experienced or that had an impact on YOU. Don’t reflect on issues, experiences or scenarios where YOU personally were not affected. Because a reflection exercise is quite personal you will need to explore your own thoughts, feelings, beliefs, prejudices and knowledge about the topic so that you can gauge the level and degree of bias that you will need to moderate throughout your essay;
    2. it has to be a workplace issue, something that happened either in the workplace or as a result or consequence of your work actions; and
    3. it has to be an issue that has ethical implications. Either your own personal ethical values and principals or a workplace ethical issue.
    For example if the topic is something that you feel strongly about (gender issues, stereotypes or prejudices in the workplace or environmental destruction), then you need to be careful that your essay does not just confirm or validate your original beliefs and feelings. Recognise and discuss your personal beliefs and biases, look at how they may have effected your thinking, behaviour and/or actions. Question the validity and accuracy of those beliefs and biases now that you have more information (theory) or insight. You need to ensure that you have truly explored the different perspectives, taken note of new or contradictory information and what insights this exercise has given you about your own views, feelings and beliefs.
    The resources provided in the reflective thinking material on the study desk in the assignment area will give you some great insights into reflective writing and thinking that you may also find helpful. This will be a
    very different writing style for many of you and will take some practice and at least two or three drafts to get it right. Critical reflection writing differs from the typical academic essay writing in a number of key ways as follows:
    1. A critical essay makes use of the first person (this is your reflection and your journey)
    2. A critical essay considers the self as an object of inquiry (how do you feel?)
    3. A critical essay incorporates experiences as a form of evidence (When I was faced with a similar problem I did...)
    4. Both types of writing need to integrate secondary sources of evidence to defend propositions and conclusions (theory about gender stereotypes suggests that...)
    5. Both types of writing need to incorporate conventional technical writing conventions (grammar, spelling, and structured logic)
    6. Both types of writing follow appropriate academic citation and referencing guidelines (Harvard AGPS).
    In summary, a critical reflective essay requires you to consider the topic or issue posed and then describe the experience with details that prompt this reflection; Examine and analyse the experience through the integration of personal experiences and academic content to explain what has happened and why it may have occurred, and then discuss or provide possible responses, actions, changes that need to occur or recommendations and implications for the future. ... Less

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  • Critical reflection essay on example from your workplace

  • This essay is based on the following requirement -

    For this critical reflection essay you are required to consider an example from your workplace that will allow you to write and reflect upon an issue that involves a business problem that you have faced that involves ethical issues.
    Your essay should include an examination of the business practice as well as the related ethical dimensions. In your discussion you need to evaluate both the professional practice issues of your example as well as the ethical principles and how these may (or may not) conflict.
    Use the techniques described in the first 4 chapters of the text book to assist you in this process and the information provided in topic 1 and the glossary.
    If you are not currently employed you can take an example from the news or other source to write about and reflect upon.  Remember though that the example needs to be one that involves a business problem that allows you to comment on both professional practice issues and ethical questions.

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  • Development of Individual long term contract on creating long term influence over others
  • • Abstract
    • Contract title
    • Diagnosis – Diamond model of leadership, Mind mapping, Survey of managerial style, Leadership steps assessment, Thomas Kilmann conflict mode instrument, Myers Briggs type indicator
    • Learning goals
    • Action plan
    • Impact analysis
    • Validation of evidence
    • Conclusion
    • Bibliography
    • Appendices
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  • Entrepreneurial Self analysis report
  • This report is based on the following requirement -

    This is a reflective self-analysis. Its aim is to get you to use the academic skills learned at Business School 1 to help you assess whether you have the character traits and other characteristics of an entrepreneur and to reflect on the implications of this.
    • Complete the GET test: Explain the meaning of the results (see chapter 2).

    • Provide evidence that supports or contradicts these results. For example:
    • Other psychometric tests such as the CREAX creativity test: www.creax.com/csa/ (chapter 5).

    • Examples of actions and behaviours over your life and business career.
    • Give a brief account of the antecedent influences on your character traits (how they might have come about) such as education, family background, previous experience etc.
    • Reflect on these and provide conclusions about your character traits and the implications for your career aspirations.

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  • Essay discusses the roles of self-awareness and self-concept in context of career success
  • Introduction
    Self-Awareness
    Self-Concept
    Roles of Self-awareness and Self-concept in the context of Career Success
    Conclusion
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  • Essay on Ethical Leadership
  • • Introduction
    • Ethical Leadership – Theoretical Perspective
    • Core principles of ethical leadership should be incorporated in all corporate
    • Conclusion
    • References
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