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Assignment Briefs 03-05-2024

E1: Thoroughly understand the contemporary and historical frame of global management and organisation

Faculty of Business and Law

Assignment Brief

BMIB5004 Critical Management and Organisation Studies

Module Title

Critical Management and Organisation Studies

Assignment Number

1

Module Code

BMIB5004

Assignment Title

PPT presentation(pre-recorded video) + Speech(report)

Module Leader

 

Assignment Weighting

50%

 

 

 

 

Assignment Release Date:

13 Feb 2024

 

 

Submission Date/Time:

15/3/24 12:00 (noon)

 

 

Assessment Information – What you need to do

  • The student needs to create:
  • A recorded video presentation consisting of 7-10 slides of content in addition to a front page, bibliography and speech page(s). There is no word count in the body of the slides. Please feel free to add visuals and bullet point-like text on the slides without concern about word count. You should pre-record a speech of 15 minutes and add it to your PPT slides. Your presentation should also contain a speech that is 1000 words long. This should be listed at the end of a PowerPoint Presentation.  For ease of marking/reviewing your PPT, we ask you to spread this speech across your slides. You can use the comments/notes section of the slides to expand on the ideas you highlighted on the particular slide.  The notes/comments section is at the bottom of each slide (e.g., around 100 words per slide and 1000 words in total). Your front page should name which video from the economic forum you have selected to analyse, and you should add the reference to the bibliography. You can find examples from last year’s students’ submissions under the assessment briefs folder at the module’s LZ. Please note that examples are provided only for purposes of inspiration.
  • Your presentation should:
  • Describe the chosen issue
  • Critically evaluate the views expressed by the panellists at WEF
  • Express the group’s views on the issue by applying the analytical frameworks learnt within this module
  • Recommend videos include, but you can select any video from WEF 2023:

 

Criteria for Assessment - How you will be marked

  • Clarity and structure in organising and presenting the key themes of the chosen topic from the WEF. 1) Is the topic covered comprehensively? 2) Is the topic covered accurately?
  • Quality of argumentation in analysing and critically evaluating the chosen topic from the WEF. 3) Is the argumentation convincing? 4) Is the argumentation reflexive?
  • Coherence, formulation, research evidence and relevance of their ideas to the topic. 5) Is the judgement articulated well? 6) Is the judgement positioned appropriately?
  • Quality of slides and presentation (25%) 7) Are the slides professional? 8) Is the presentation professional?

 All criteria are equally weighted.

Further information on University mark descriptors can be found here. 

This assignment is designed to assess the following learning outcomes: 

E1: Thoroughly understand the contemporary and historical frame of global management and organisation

E2: Demonstrate familiarity with a critical theoretical lens in analysing global business practices

E3: Appreciate the complexity of managing in a contemporary global environment

E4: Develop skills required to deconstruct discourse of business models and management practices and consider the broader implications of those narratives

E5: Consider data drawn from the broader context to develop skills for improved problem analysis

E6: Develop a critical awareness of the strengths and limitations of different theoretical and practical approaches to organising and managing in a global context

E7: Assimilate material on course topics through a combination of learning methods, including self-study and guided reading, presentations and class discussion

E8: Consciously apply an appreciation of the real-world context in appraising complex problems for initiating and implementing innovative outcomes

E9: Display skills at generating innovative and practical courses of action

E10: Apply skills of critical analysis in assessing the relative merits of discourse reported in the business media

E11: Appreciate the transitions and relationships between the individual, corporate, national and global perspectives within the global business environment

E12: Begin to appreciate the ambiguities between the theoretical and the real-world business environment

E13: Be able to marshal and deploy ideas, theories and evidence to substantiate written and verbal case analyses and presentations

 

Assessment Details

There will be a penalty of a deduction of 10% of the mark for work exceeding the word limit by 10% or more.

Generative AI tools cannot be used for this assessment. You must not use generative artificial intelligence (AI) to generate any materials or content about your assessment.

Any use of generative AI needs to be appropriately acknowledged. Students should add a statement explaining which technologies were used, how they were used and how this output was then used to complete the assignment. Direct use of outputs should be cited.

You can find the library guide on generative AI use here - https://library.dmu.ac.uk/genai.

Faculty of Business and Law Grade Descriptors

This is a guide to the criteria used by staff in the Faculty of Business and Law assigning a mark to a piece of postgraduate work. The final mark awarded to a piece of work will be informed by its predominant correspondence to these descriptors. The University generic descriptors, as well as advice for students, can be accessed at: http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/quality-management-and-policy/academic- quality/learning-teaching-assessment/mark-descriptors.aspx

Modules are marked on a range of 0-100%. Mark descriptors are given in the table below. A mark below 50 % indicates a Fail grade (the shaded boxes).

Further information on University mark descriptors can be found here. 

 

How to Submit Your Assessment

The assessment must be submitted by noon (GMT/BST) on 15/03/24. No paper copies are required. You can access the submission link through the module web.

  • Your coursework will be given a zero mark if you do not submit a copy through Turnitin. Please take care to ensure that you have fully submitted your work.
  • Please ensure that you have submitted your work using the correct format; unreadable files will receive a zero mark. The Faculty accepts Microsoft Office and PDF documents unless otherwise advised by the module leader.
  • All work submitted after the submission deadline without a valid and approved reason will be subject to the University regulationson late submissions.
    • If an assessment is submitted up to 14 days late, the mark for the work will be capped at the pass mark of 40 per cent for undergraduate modules or 50 per cent for postgraduate modules
    • If an assessment is submitted beyond 14 calendar days late, the work will receive a mark of zero per cent
    • The above applies to a student’s first attempt at the assessment. If work submitted as a reassessment of a previously failed assessment task is submitted later than the deadline, the work will immediately be given a mark of zero per cent
    • If an assessment which is marked as pass/fail rather than given a percentage mark is submitted later than the deadline, the work will immediately be marked as a fail
  • The University wants you to do your best. However, we know that sometimes events happen that mean that you can’t submit your coursework by the deadline. These events should be beyond your control and not easy to predict.  If this happens, you can apply for an extension to your deadline for up to two weeks, or if you need longer, you can apply for a deferral, which takes you to the next assessment period (for example, to the re-sit period following the main Assessment Boards). You must apply before the deadline. You will find information about applying for extensions and deferrals here.
  • Students MUST keep a copy and an electronic file of their assignment.
  • Checks will be made on your work using anti-plagiarism software and approved plagiarism-checking websites.

 

Return of Marked Work

You can expect feedback to be returned within 15 working days from your submission). If, for any reason, there is a delay, you will be kept informed. Marks and feedback will be provided online. You must access the feedback you receive as this will help to make improvements to your later work; you can request a meeting with your Module Leader or Personal Tutor to discuss your feedback in more detail.

Marks will have been internally moderated only and will, therefore, be provisional; your mark will be formally agreed upon later in the year once the external examiner has completed their review. More information on assessment and feedback can be found here.

 

Academic Integrity

In submitting a piece of work for assessment, you must understand the University`s requirements for maintaining academic integrity and ensure that the work does not contravene University regulations. Some examples of behaviour that would not be considered acceptable include plagiarism, re-use of previously assessed work, collusion with others and purchasing your assignment from a third party. For more information on academic offences, bad academic practices, and academic penalties, please read chapter four of our academic regulations.

 

Academic Support and Your Well-being

Referencing is the process of acknowledging other people’s work when you have used it in your assignment or research. It allows the reader to locate your source material as quickly and easily as possible so that they can read these sources themselves and verify the validity of your arguments. Referencing provides the link between what you write and the evidence on which it is based.

You identify the sources that you have used by citing them in the text of your assignment (called citations or in-text citations) and referencing them at the end of your assignment (called the reference list or end-text citations). The reference list only includes the sources cited in your text. The main referencing guide can be found here and includes information on the basics of referencing and achieving good academic practice. It also has tabs for the specific referencing styles depending on whether you require Harvard style used in business or OSCOLA style used by the Law school.

The University has a wealth of support services available to students; further information can be obtained from Student Gateway, the Student Advice Centre, Library and Learning Services and, most importantly, your Personal Tutor. If you are struggling with your assessments and/or deadlines please do seek help as soon as possible so that appropriate support and guidance can be identified and put in place for you. More information can be found on the Healthy DMU pages.

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