You will be assessed on:
the depth and extent of your knowledge of relevant concepts
the depth and extent of your knowledge of relevant reading and research
your ability to apply such knowledge to Human Resource Management practices
your ability to write clearly, effectively and concisely
Assessment Methods and Weightings:
Assessment will be through:
An individual assignment of [url removed, login to view] words, offering a critical and theoretically-informed analysis of the impact of cultural differences on organisations. The assignment will assess in particular, learning outcomes 1, 3 and 4.
You are required to complete ONE in-module assignment and ONE reflective journal. The in-module assignment counts for 50% of the total mark awarded for the course and the reflective journal counts for 50%.
The in-module assignment is as follows:
What are some of the competencies and qualities needed by a successful cross-cultural manager, and what kinds of preparation and training are needed?
Word limit: 2000 words (+ - 10%). You must keep your work within the word limit.
Please note that you must make reference to relevant research and writing in answering the above question.
The required format for the presentation of your work is as follows:
1. Identification of paper. Front sheet to show: Name, Assignment title, Module code/title, Seminar leader’s name, Due Date.
2. Material requirements/layout: A4 size paper, one side of paper, typing double spaced, secure papers, reference list included.
A​70+​Structure​Overall clarity, focus and coherence
Text​Selective use of reference material correctly referenced
Analysis​Critical and comparative use of relevant concepts and theories
Independence​Clear evidence of independent and original thinking based on analytical material.
​B​60+​Structure​Focus on question set and a clear answer
Text​Selective use of research material correctly referenced
Analysis​Identification and grasp of appropriate concepts and theories
​Where appropriate, the ability to apply theories to experience
C​50+​Structure​Mostly focused on question and evidence of an​attempt at structure.
Text​Correctly referenced research material which is relevant to the question set
Analysis​Evidence of identification of some of the issues
​D​40+​Structure​Partially focussed on question
Text​Little use of reference material and inadequate referencing
Analysis​Descriptive rather than analytical, with ideas presented as unsubstantiated opinions.
Failure or rewrite​A demonstrable lack of structure, understanding of question set and/or material used. Little or no analysis. Substantial errors and inadequate length.