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Analysis of change in organisations

Analysis of change in organisations
This report is designed for you to become reflective in your practice surrounding change. Consider an organisational change that you have recently experienced. Write a reflective report that indicates how you personally transitioned in the change. Your report must include one (1) of the following three that is most relevant to your case:
1. Politics, power and leadership.
2. Communicating change and motivating others.
3. The learning connection.
It must also include an evaluation of the change through an appropriate framework or model.

Reflective writing includes four areas of reflection:
1. Report on or describe the issue or experience and explain why it is important. Give your initial response to the experience or issue.
2. Relate the issue/experience to your own experience.
3. Reason about or discuss the issue/experience to demonstrate an understanding.
4. Reconstruct your understanding of the changes that have occurred as result of the experience and your reflection upon it.

WORD LIMIT:    2000
WEIGHTING:    35%

Analysis of change in organisations
This report is designed for you to become reflective in your practice surrounding change. Consider an organisational change that you have recently experienced. Write a reflective report that indicates how you personally transitioned in the change. Your report must include one (1) of the following three that is most relevant to your case:
1. Politics, power and leadership.
2. Communicating change and motivating others.
3. The learning connection.
It must also include an evaluation of the change through an appropriate framework or model.

Reflective writing includes four areas of reflection:
1. Report on or describe the issue or experience and explain why it is important. Give your initial response to the experience or issue.
2. Relate the issue/experience to your own experience.
3. Reason about or discuss the issue/experience to demonstrate an understanding.
4. Reconstruct your understanding of the changes that have occurred as result of the experience and your reflection upon it.

Marking criteria/weighting

CRITERION    Weighting %
1.    Analysis of your personal transition to change
•    Describes the issue or experience and explains why it is important.
•    Relates the issue/experience to own experience.
•    Reasons about or discusses the issue/experience to demonstrate an understanding.
•    Reconstructs understanding of the changes that have occurred as result of the experience and reflection upon it.
20 (7/35)
2.    Use of power politics and leadership/communicating change and motivating others/the learning connection    30 (10.5/35)
3.    Use of examples to support your analysis     10 (3.5/35)
4.    Use of course materials     25 (9/35)
5.    Presentation    15 (5/35)
•    Report structure including a proper introduction and conclusion includes layout, spacing, correct length 2000 words (+/– 10%)
•    Grammar, spelling and syntax
•    Referencing both in text and bibliography

Grading Rubric for Assessment 2
Assessment criterion    Fail    Pass    Credit    Distinction    High Distinction    %
1.Analysis of your personal transition to change    Analysis does not move beyond description.     Little self-disclosure, minimal risk in connecting concepts from course material to personal experiences. Self-disclosure tends to be superficial and factual, without self-reflection.
Seeks to understand concepts by examining somewhat cautiously own experiences in the past as they relate to the topic. Sometimes defensive or one-sided in analysis.     Above average analysis, synthesis and evaluation; general connections are made between the real-life context and example.    Seeks to understand concepts by examining openly own experiences in the past as they relate to the topic, to illustrate points that are made. Demonstrates an open, non-defensive ability to self-appraise.    20
2.Use of power politics and leadership/communicating change and motivating others/the learning connection    Demonstrates little or no understanding of the writing prompt and subject matter. This reflection needs revision.
Demonstrates a limited understanding of the writing prompt and subject matter. This reflection needs revision.
Demonstrates a basic understanding of the writing prompt and the subject matter.
Demonstrates a thoughtful understanding of the writing prompt and the subject matter.
Demonstrates a conscious and thorough understanding of the writing prompt and the subject matter. This reflection can be used as an example for other students.    30
3.Use of examples to support analysis    No examples to support analysis.    Few examples to support analysis.    Sufficient examples obtained and most sources are valid.    Analysis well supported by valid examples.    Substantial examples to support analysis.    10
4.Use of course materials    Reference to text only.    Reference to textbook and <3 supplementary readings/references.    Reference to textbook and 3 – 5 supplementary readings/references.    Reference to textbook and >5 and <10 supplementary readings/references.
Reference to textbook and >10 supplementary readings/references.    25

Presentation                        15
5. Report structure: proper introduction and conclusion, layout, spacing, correct length 2000 words (+/– 10%)    Language is unclear and confusing. Concepts are either not discussed or are presented inaccurately.
Writing is not
organised. The
transitions between
ideas are unclear or non
existent.     Organisation is clear.
Transitions are present
at times, but there is
very little variety.
The language is clear and expressive. Concepts are explained accurately.     Logical progression of
ideas with a clear structure that enhances the analysis.
Well-developed
introduction with an
attention grabber that
grabs the reader’s interest and continues
to engage the reader throughout.
Conclusion effectively wraps up the report.
Grammar, spelling and syntax    Substantial and consistent errors in grammar and format (e.g. spelling, punctuation, capitalisation).    Distracting errors in
punctuation, spelling,
and capitalisation. Writing is confusing and
hard to follow. Contains
fragments and/or run-on
sentences. Work is somewhat sloppy.    Some errors in grammar and/or format that do not interfere with style.    Few errors in grammar or format. Writing is clear, but  could use a little more sentence variety to
make the writing more
interesting.
Grammar, spelling and syntax are correct.  Sentences are strong and expressive with varied structure. Work is presented in a professional manner.
Referencing both in text and bibliography    Failure to cite sources.    All sources of
information are cited; some errors in Harvard style.    All sources of
information are cited; some errors in Harvard style.    All sources of
information are cited; some errors in Harvard style.    All sources of
information are cited
using correct Harvard style.

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