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readings and core text (see reference sources above). You are also expected to add to these sources from your own reading. Remember not to use those from other Modules such as HRM or Business, Financial or Industry Analyses. A (Analysis and Application) Detailed exploration of your organisational change case (Part 1) and your reflections on your experience of change (Part 2) Make consistent use of theories and literature to demonstrate insight and to expose key issues. Illustrate your answer with a good range of relevant examples from the organisational change (Part 1) and your own experience (Part 2). C (Criticality) Demonstrate critical thinking. This means making clear arguments that emphasise the relevance and importance of your learnings and insights. For example: Maintain a focus on answering the question throughout and develop a line, or lines, of reasoning or argument Introduce your main argument at the beginning of your essay and then develop the details of how you reached this as your essay progresses. Your introduction should also tell us how you are structuring your Part 1 and Part 2 of the essay. Make points that are evidenced with details from examples from your experience and discuss relevant aspects of your chosen theories/ approaches Question the applicability and usefulness of the theories and literature: did it help you to analyse the organisational change (Part 1); and your personal change experiences (Part 2)? Compare and contrast the relevance of your chosen theories/ models. Are they useful in gaining insight? Comment on the limits and relevance of different theories and models IF they help you answer the question. Formative Feedback and within Module Assignment Support Formative feedback provides opportunities to reflect on your ongoing work and preparation for your assignment . This is given within your MOC SEMINARS (two-hour workshops) which run every week; all students are timetabled to be able to attend one of these. Every seminar will include some work on the assignment, this will include how to answer the question, what is expected of you, assistance with writing, and constructing/planning your answers, so please DO attend all seminars including the dedicated Q&A lecture and seminars in the last week of Semester One. Do use the drop-ins and ASC support offered in early January. DO complete the formative piece which gives you the opportunity to build summative assignment skills and gain feedback on the quality of your work. It will help you decide if you are on track and working at the right standard for the essay. DO think about your piece and ask the questions you need to ask within your seminars You can use your seminars with your own tutor and the drops-ins to discuss your assignment writing plans and queries with tutors. Please note we do not read drafts.
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