PLEASE DO NOT BID ON THIS ASSESSMENT IF YOU ARE JUST GOING TO WRITE A REFLECTION. ITS A CRITICAL REVIEW/CRITIQUE.
The aim of the individual portfolio is to determine your ability to:
– Explain why change, creativity, and innovation are essential for survival and growth
– Discuss the importance of leadership, organisational culture, and communication
– Towards this aim, you are required to synthesise change management and innovation literature to consider complex aspects of organisational transformation and reflect on what you have learnt by engaging in online activities (not the online audio-visual resources).
– Identify your 4 selected weekly online activities
– Describe and critique:
– The key lessons that you have learned during the 4 selected weeks, and/or
– The perspectives that informed your views
– Connect these lessons and/or perspectives to scholarly literature on change management and/or innovation to consider complex aspects of organisational transformation
– This reflection is NOT a mere summary or reiteration of your 4 selected weekly online activities. But rather, it is your opportunity to: self-reflect; consider and critique your views and assumptions; deliberate on the lessons you have learnt; and connect these lessons with scholarly literature.
Length: 1,000 words reflection (20%)
– Prepare the reflection using the Assessment 1 Cover Sheet & Guide Assessment 1 Cover Sheet & Guide. Please fill out what weeks you have used (SELECT 4 WEEKS AND OUTLINE TO ME WHICH 4/5 of the weeks you have picked – My individual answers are under each case study).
– The reflection is to be no longer than 1,000 words in length, including citations, but EXCLUDING the list of references – please note that LENGTH refers to the number of WORDS in the reflection, NOT the number of pages
– References cited within the reflection are to be listed at the end using the Harvard WesternSydU referencing style
– Submit your reflection via the Turnitin hyperlink within the unit vUWS site
QUESTIONS TO HELP WITH WRITING:
To promote deeper thinking and critical reflection, you might find value in:
Considering, and crafting responses to some of the following questions, which are not exhaustive:
What challenged my assumptions — how do I know this?
How and why did I develop these assumptions — how do I know this?
How have these assumptions helped and/or hindered me — how do I know this?
What does contemporary literature suggest about the topic that challenged my assumptions?
Why is this topic important to change and/or innovation, as they relate to organisational transformation?
What are my thoughts about this topic — how do I know this?
How might I apply what I have learnt in practice?