Recent Question/Assignment

MGT536 201860 AA Additional Assessment item
Value: 100%
Due date: 11th December 2018
Length: 3000 words
Format: Essay
Submission method options: Melbourne CSU Request CSUMELRequest@studygroup.com
The topic
Today’s leaders operate in a world that is uncertain, volatile, complex and ambiguous. Organisations today are undergoing major challenges: globalisation, rapidly changing technology, the growing need for innovation, climate change and resource scarcity. Leaders have to learn how to lead people in their organisations effectively in the midst of all this turmoil.
Select two internationally or nationally (i.e. Australian) recognised business leaders; discuss and analyse how their leadership style has helped them address some of these challenges.
Critically evaluate how each leader’s practice of leadership impacts the success of their organisation.
You should use relevant concepts and theories from across the subject and especially from topics 6 to 12 to support your discussion, analysis and evaluation.
Develop a comprehensive conclusion based on the analysis and evaluation.
Requirements
For this assessment APA referencing format is required. For guidance in the use of this referencing please see the CSU Referencing website at http://student.csu.edu.au/study/referencing-at-csu
Additional information to assist you with your assignment can be found here http://student.csu.edu.au/study/skills/guidesandtips/writing-at-uni
This assessment must be submitted via Turnitin.
Marking criteria
This assessment will be marked out of 100. A mark of 50 or more will result in a PS grade for the subject. A mark less than 50 will result in a FL grade for the subject
Marks will be awarded based on the following criteria:
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FAIL PASS
Satisfactory CREDIT Very good DISTINCTION Excellent HIGH DISTINCTION Outstanding SCORE
Identification of relevant academic theories, models and frameworks from course literature and further research to identify key issues of
the case No/limited reference to any theories, models and/or frameworks at any stage of the task. No research
Some
reference to theories, models and/or frameworks, but relevance of such is minimal. Some attempt at identifying and using relevant research
Reference to theories, models and/or frameworks is generally relevant. Very good attempt at identifying and using relevant research.
Very relevant reference to relevant theories, models and/or frameworks. Very effective identification and use of relevant research.
Highly relevant reference to the most relevant theories, models and/or frameworks..
Highly effective identification and insightful
use of relevant research
(30%)
Application of relevant theories, models and frameworks to critically analyse and evaluate the case issues Descriptive summary of the case study, with no analysis evident; no theoretical dimension to the writing.
Some analysis of the case study, but
still mostly descriptive; theoretical sources are described (not discussed); the link between theoretical sources and the case study is occasional and/or superficial.
A mostly clear analysis of the case study; theoretical sources are fairly well integrated into the analysis and evaluation.
A precise analysis of the case study; theoretical sources are well synthesised and
integrated into the analysis and evaluation.
A precise, insightful analysis and evaluation of the case study; theoretical sources are concisely synthesised and thoughtfully integrated into the analysis and evaluation.
(40%)
Relevant conclusion developed from the analysis Either no, or arbitrary conclusion, unsupported by the prior discussion; no prioritisation.
Conclusion made with some support from the prior discussion; some clarity and logic to the prioritisation
Relevant conclusion
generally supported by the prior analysis and evaluation; a very good degree of clarity and logic to
the prioritisation
Very relevant and cogent conclusion derived logically from the analysis and evaluation; a high degree of clarity and logic to
the prioritisation.
Cogent & insightful conclusion, derived logically from the prior analysis and evaluation; thoughtful &
sophisticated prioritisation
(20%)
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Professional presentation of a report, correct referencing and clear language Poor academic communication, failing to follow academic writing conventions for a case study report. Very poor structure; heading sections & hierarchy; poor presentation; very poor / incorrect
referencin g
Satisfactory academic communication, incorporating academic writing conventions for a case study report.
Poor structure (only some elements / too descriptive); basic section headings & hierarchy; poor presentation; only some correctness to referencing
Very good academic communication, including following academic writing conventions for a case study report. Most elements of structure; logical section headings & heading hierarchy; very good presentation; mostly correct referencing.
Excellent academic communication, including following academic writing conventions for a case study report. Clear structure; very useful section headings & heading hierarchy; excellent presentation; correct referencing.
Outstanding academic communication, including following academic writing conventions for a case study report.
Clear & correct structure; thoughtful section headings
& heading hierarchy reflect the discussion; outstanding presentation; correct referencing
(10%)
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