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Assignment Guidance and Front Sheet

To be completed by the student(s) prior to final submission

This front sheet for assignments is designed to contain the brief, the submission instructions, and the actual student submission for any WMG assignment. As a result the sheet is completed by several people over time, and is therefore split up into sections explaining who completes what information and when. Yellow highlighted text indicates examples or further explanation of what is requested, and the highlight and instructions should be removed as you populate ‘your’ section.

To be completed by the student(s) prior to final submission:

To be completed (highlighted parts only) by the programme administration after approval and prior to issuing of the assessment; to be consulted by the student(s) so that you know how and when to submit:

If work is submitted late, penalties will be applied at the rate of 5 marks per University working day after the due date, up to a maximum of 10 working days late. After this period the mark for the work will be reduced to 0 (which is the maximum penalty). “Late” means after the submission deadline time as well as the date – work submitted after the given time even on the same day is counted as 1 day late.
For Postgraduate students only, who started their current course before 1 August 2019, the daily penalty is 3 marks rather than 5.

If you fail this assignment or module, please be aware that the University allows students to remedy such failure (within certain limits). Decisions to authorise such resubmissions are made by Exam Boards. Normally these will be issued at specific times of the year, depending on your programme of study. More information can be found from your programme office if you are concerned.

To be completed by the module owner/tutor prior to approval and issuing of the assessment; to be consulted by the student(s) so that you understand the assignment brief, its context within the module, and any specific criteria and advice from the tutor:

1.Using the literature, analyse the relationship between organizational learning and knowledge management.


2.Propose how the principles of organizational learning and knowledge management could be applied to develop good practices in health and safety management in WaveRiders. You may make any assumptions about the people, the organization and its processes and how the business operates.
The two parts of the question are of equal value: the introduction and the discussion on the achievement of your objectives each contribute 10% of the academic credit awarded.
You may make use of any of the team material generated during the module to create a rich picture of this aspect of the business.

To be completed by the programme administration after approval and prior to issuing of the assessment; to be consulted by the student(s) so that you know how and when to submit


All elements of your proposal should be supported by references to published literature, and you should make clear differences in views between authors and justify the approach that you propose. Wherever possible, illustrate your proposal with examples from organizations that have applied your approach. 
If you have personal experience in the topics studied, you should analyse how your experience compares to the literature. Your answer should place particular emphasis on opportunities for improving business performance and should also, where relevant, pay due attention to constraints on finance and other resources. 


Your work will be assessed on the knowledge that is applied, the analysis, and the ability to communicate effectively. It is suggested that to satisfactorily complete this assignment the effort should be equivalent to approximately 40 hours. However, this is only a guide; it is primarily the quality of the work that is the important feature.


Penalties for exceeding the word limit may be applied at the rate of 5 percentage points per 250 words.


The word limit applies to the main text only; it does not include any pages before the introduction, nor the reference list or appendices. 


Writing your Post-Module Assignment (PMA): specific additional advice for WMG’s Postgraduate Taught Students


As a postgraduate level student in WMG you may have some concerns about your ability to write at the high standard required. This short guide is intended to provide general guidance and advice. It is important that if you have any questions you discuss them with your module tutor. Remember, in writing your PMA you need to meet the expectations of the reader and university.

1.A title, with your student number, module, lecturer’s name and any other documentation required by the university.


2.A contents page and if appropriate, an abstract. 


3.An introduction which acts as a ‘map’ to the rest of the document, describing the aim or purpose of the work and explaining how this aim is achieved. At this point it is usually helpful to paraphrase your conclusion. 


4.Evidence of an appropriate level of background reading of relevant texts.


5.Evidence of systematic and clear thinking, indicative of good planning and organisation.


6.Writing which makes sense, is clearly and carefully presented (proof-read and grammar checked).


7.A critical style of writing which compares and contrasts the main theories, concepts and arguments with conclusions that are based in evidence presented. 


8.High levels of accurate academic referencing. 


9.A logical and well-defined structure with headings and subheadings. 


10.Clearly labelled and well-presented diagrams and other graphics that are discussed in the text.


11.Adherence to usual academic standards including length and a timely submission.


12.A reference section in which every source that is cited in the text is listed. 

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