Briefly explain the concepts that you chose from the text book chapters we covered.
Describe how chosen management concepts/strategies/techniques could improve organisational performance providing examples from an organisation that your are familiar.
How to get a good mark?
The purpose of this assessment is to give you an opportunity to apply theory to practice. This individual assessment asks you to select four- five (4-5) main managerial concepts/strategies/techniques that you learnt in this unit and discuss how managers can use those concepts to improve organisational performance.
The yellow highlighted parts in the photos down below in this document are the managerial concepts, I have given 3 with details. The 4th one is Leading function of management. in this it explains different leadership theories (traits/behavioural/contingency and contemporary leadership theories)
Controlling function of management:
If you need more details on 4th and 5th please let me know.
Please consider the images provided of the lecture notes to write this essay
You are free to structure your essay as you wish, as long as the information is organised in a logical way. A possible structure could be:
Where you outline what the essay will cover (background, purpose, and the scope of the essay).
Briefly explain the concepts that you chose from the text book chapters we covered. Then describe how chosen management concepts/strategies/techniques could improve organisational performance providing examples from an organisation that your are familiar with to show how each concept can be applied.
A brief summary of the main points covered in the discussion.
How to get a good mark:
1. To get a good mark, you need to select a variety of concepts/techniques/strategies from different chapters. In other words, avoid choosing five concepts from the same chapter.
2. Clearly articulate how a chosen concept can enhance organisational performances and provide some examples from an organisation that you are familiar with.
3. We expect you to include at least 5 scholarly references (e.g., peer-reviewed journal articles, books), and to go beyond the core reading materials from the course.