I I AUSTRALIA
ASSESSMENT 1 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title MGT600 Management, People and Teams / MGMT6009 Managing People and Teams
Assessment Reflective Analysis
Length Up to 750 words
Learning Outcomes a) Critically assess the key principles and theories underlying strategic people management and explain how their application enhances organisational and individual performance. c) Demonstrate effective communication and practical problem-solving skills to effectively manage people in a range of organisational contexts d) Critically reflect on the roles and functions that managers perform in the context of the challenges and risks they have to address in the changing environment. e) Develop and justify a model of management cognisant of the organisational minutiae to guide future practice.
Submission 12 Week Delivery: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Friday Module 2.1 (week 3) Intensive Class: Due by 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday Module 2.1 (Week 2)
Total Marks 15 marks
Self-awareness creates an opportunity for further development and personal success.
This reflective analysis is designed for you to explore the subject's introductory content and importantly, identify how it relates to your own experiences and how you may use it in the future
• Module 1.1 ¦ The nature of organisations, the role of management and challenges faced
• Module 1.2 - Motivation, influence and power and politics and
• Module 2.1 ¦ Communication, conflict and negotiation
In writing your reflective analysis, you should consider the learning resources provided in the respective modules as well as reading more broadly on the relevant topics.
Think carefully about what you are reading and what has been discussed in class or in online discussions. Identify the key principles and concepts and be sure you know what they mean, why they are important and how they can be applied.
Your reflective analysis write up may take a variety of forms but must be within the word limit and include:
• A short introduction.
• An analysis of the relevant module topics including their relevance to you and application.
• A short conclusion.
• Reference list.
In reflecting upon the module topics, you should explore questions such as:
1. What is in the content and why is this topic important?
2. How is the topic relevant to you?
3. What has been your past experience in this topical area?
4. What have you learnt from the content so far and how will you use it in the remainder of the subject or in your workplace?
The word limit is short, so make use of tables, figures and diagrams as these are not included in your word count.
You will be assessed against the learning rubric below and your level of insight and application of knowledge from Modules 1 and 2.1.
You must recognise all sources of information; including images that you can include in your work. Reference your work according to the APA 6th edition guidelines. Please see more information on referencing here http://library.laureate.net.au/research skills/referencing