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Week 10 Leadership and Culture Shaw (2015) Chapter 10 Focus Activities: Individual Writing – must hand in attempted questions Approach: End-of Chapter Discussion Questions Reflective Time to Write ASSESSMENT 4 GROUP ANALYTICAL REPORT – 20% Week 11 Decision making Shaw (2015) Chapter 11 Focus Activities: Read, Share and Engage Approach: Case Study Chapter 8 Pathways to sustainability – The incremental path and Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 19
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transformational path Reflective Time to Write Week 12 Case study discussion – your future professional practices. Review and subject evaluation. Overview of Learning reflection Group Conversation Case study discussion – your future professional practices. Review and subject evaluation. Overview of Learning reflection. ASSESSMENT 5 LEARNING REFLECTIVE JOURNAL – 30% Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 20
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4. Scholarly writing, plagiarism and copyright Part of what it means to be a ‘scholar’ is to engage with the work of others, for example, to extend or refine one’s own ideas, critique the work of others, or test and extend theories. Learning and assessment activities therefore often require you to gather information from a number of sources. This may include factual information, data or calculations, visual artefacts and written texts. Whenever you use the work of another person, you must acknowledge that source using the correct referencing system. Failure to acknowledge other people’s work appropriately may be regarded as plagiarism or academic misconduct. Use of one's own previous work in satisfaction of a new assessment requirement is also not be allowed unless it is an explicit requirement for the unit. VU deals with plagiarism according to the Academic Integrity and Preventing Plagiarism Policy . VU uses Turnitin for the review of written assessments. Turnitin checks submitted work against sources from across the world, and provides a report detailing the use of third party text and references. Written assessments are automatically submitted via Turnitin in the unit site. You may be provided access to submit assessments early and review the reports, to help you understand where referencing should occur. All students and staff of Victoria University are also bound by the requirements of the Copyright Act (1968) and the University’s Copyright Material (the Use of) Policy when using third party copyright material in the course of their research and study. Please ensure that you familiarize yourself with this policy and the rules around use of materials produced or owned by others. For information on copyright entitlements and responsibilities for study and research please see vu.edu.au/library/referencing-copyright/copyright . Referencing requirements within this unit The referencing convention that is applicable to this unit is Harvard.
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