With your designated topic and the learning outcomes (below),
This assessment meets MIP Learning Outcomes 1 & 2.
1.Critically assess the value of selected theoretical management and leadership related frameworks for the responsible practitioner.
2.Critically evaluate management and leadership theory and practice from alternative theoretical perspectives by demonstrating an awareness of social and political contexts of management.
1.Evidence of a well-structured analysis clearly related to the question.
2.Evidence of wider reading, drawing upon appropriate material to support, illustrate and develop the analysis that is being put forward.
3.Ability to reflect critically upon the issues raised by the question.
4.Quality and depth of analysis, evidence and examples presented.
Your essay must:
- Be an individual piece of work in an essay format (no headings or bullet points).
- Not use a table of contents (it is not a report).
- Be an appropriate presentation/format/grammar/fully referenced and cited within the work.
- Be written in UK English not US English. For example, behaviour (UK) not behavior (US).
- Use academic theory and credible sources that supports your work.
- Make sure you understand what is being asked and what issues or themes the question requires you to consider.
- Plan with key points outlined before you begin to write the full answer.
- Simple statements of opinion or prescriptive assertions are not adequate, use academic evidence.
- Write in the third person that is writing from the third-person point of view, or outsider looking in, and uses pronouns like he, she, it, or they. It differs from the first person, which uses pronouns such as I and me, and from the second person, which uses pronouns such as you and yours.
1.Plan your essay.
2.Research your subject material.
3.Structure your essay.
- Main body
- List of references
4.Think about the size/length of your paragraphs (no more than 100 words per paragraph).
5.First line in every paragraph sets the scene for what is to follow.
6.In each paragraph, you must:
a.Develop your academic argument and introduce academic counterarguments.
b.Support your academic arguments with relevant academic evidence.