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3. Choosing the Organisational Change for Part 1: You can choose a specific organisational 1
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change from: a. From personal experiences of organisational change perhaps on placement or other work experience or b. Examples of change management with which you are familiar and about which you have sufficient information or c. You can generate your own case study from an organisation you have access to (for example through meetings/interviews or a family member etc.). This gives you the option to build your own case based on others’ experiences. Be careful to ensure you can obtain enough details. This may prove to be time consuming to do. or d. A published case study from within the core text ( except for MYBANK ) or other sources. If you decide to use a published case study rather than your own experience you need to ensure the analysis is your own work and not a repetition from other sources. If you choose a case from the core text remember to use a range of theories and models from the study units 1-9 and; do NOT rely solely on sources from the same chapter as the case. You need to use a broader range that draws on at least two chapters. e. IMPORTANT: You CANNOT use the MYBANK Case (from the core text or any other source) Nor can you use any case study or organisation used in any other level 3 module (e.g. Strategic Management or another module). This will help you to ensure you are analysing an organisational change and management of change and NOT a business change case or a review of strategic change etc. If you have any doubt, check your choice of case with your seminar tutor. Finally, remember… 4. You can discuss either successful or unsuccessful change events and evaluate lessons about what made, or could have made, them successful. 5. Use the formative feedback in seminars and the formative assignment to help you consider what you need to do to earn a good mark. 6. Use the full word count to maximise your marks 7. Do attend the Q&A lecture and seminar for this coursework held in the last teaching week of Semester One. 8. You can also take advantage of the additional drop-ins scheduled in January (dates tbc). For full Learning Outcomes and Module Specification use this link UMODML-15-3 Marking Criteria Later in this document you will find the marking scheme and marks feedback sheet that contains the full details of assessment criteria which will be used to mark your coursework. In summary tutors will mark the essay with equal weighting based on the following assessment criteria: Knowledge and understanding of relevant theories (T) Analysis linking theory and practice (A) Critical evaluation and coherent argument (C) Meeting these assessment criteria will require the following: T (Theory) Relevant theories and models are selected Read extensively and use a wide range of theories Demonstrate understanding without describing in detail Relevant theories are likely to be those covered within the lectures, seminars, recommended 2
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