Assessment 2: Strategic Change Project
Length 3000 words (±10%, excluding end-text reference list) ,
Format Written with 11Z line spacing, Times New Roman size 12 font, and APA referencing
Due Date & Time Friday 29 October (23:59 before midnight)
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Unit Learning • Apply personal autonomy and accountability in the execution of a substantial
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• Synthesize relevant perspectives and skills with initiative and/or creativity in strategic organisational change contexts.
Course Learning CLO5.1. Examine and assess the intended and unintended impacts on diverse Outcomes stakeholders
CLO5.2. Provide professional opinions or interpretations of human resource management matters applying ethical principles, codes of conduct and values.
Before starting this assessment, you should familiarise yourself with the strategic change modules of this unit, including class activities and the textbook readings.
a) Conduct an analysis of your current organisation or one that you have worked in previously and identify one (1) specific aspect of this organisation that requires improvement and could be changed, and justify
a) Conduct an analysis of your current organisation or one that you have worked in previously and identify one (1) specific aspect of this organisation that requires improvement and could be changed, and justify why. (/ of the marks)
b) Apply a change management model and refer to relevant theory to explain the key considerations that must be taken into account to ensure that this change initiative is implemented successfully.
(% of the marks)
To perform satisfactorily in this assignment, consider the following:
• All aspects of the question are addressed and researched in depth.
• The analysis is thoughtful, logical, and shows insight into the subject.
• Specific aspects of relevant theories are explicitly considered.
• Relevant scholarly and academic literature, including the seminal work related to the topic, is referenced to support the arguments.
• Clearly addresses specific issues and avoids vague generalisations.
• All aspects of the work conform to a high academic I professional standard.
• Clearly written, with an effective introduction and conclusion.