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ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT Assessment 2 Analysis of change in organisations Assessment type Reflective Report Due Date Monday 17th September 9.00am Length 2000 words (+/- 10%) Weight 35% 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 people issues that is most relevant to your case: 1. Politics, power and leadership. 2. Communicating change and motivating others. 3. The learning connection. Your report must also include an evaluation of the change through an appropriate framework or model. Why reflection is useful for managing change Reflecting on our own stories of change not only unites the present with the past, but can be used to link the present with the future. A note on reflective writing Reflective thinking demands that you recognise that you bring valuable knowledge to every experience. It helps you therefore to recognise and clarify the important connections between what you already know and what you are learning. It is a way of helping you to become an active, aware and critical learner. Reflective writing includes four areas of consideration: 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. Please note: 1. Reflective writing differs from other kinds of university writing that you may be more familiar with. Reflective writing is meant to encourage you to reveal your personal thoughts about your life experiences in relation to the content you are learning about in the unit. 2. Keep in mind that whilst reflective writing may involve use of the first person point of view, you need to demonstrate scholarship through the integration of unit readings and resources along with your own literature searches. 3. In this assignment you are expected to relate your experience of change to an organisation with which you are familiar. Students may wish to continue the example of change from Assignment 1. 4. Further guidance on reflective writing will be provided in a special collaborate session. Some guiding questions to consider: What happened during the event or experience? And why did it happen? What was my role in the event? And why did I adopt that particular role? What were my feelings during that experience? And why did I feel that way? What were my thoughts during that experience? And why did I think that way? How do I interpret what I experienced or observed? What do others say about this situation. Look to the literature for evidence and support. What might this experience mean in the context of managing change and the unit? What other perspectives, theories or concepts could be applied to interpret the situation? How can I learn from this experience? 5. The lectures and myReadings resource list will provide an overview of the key ideas of the unit. However, it is not acceptable to limit your sources just to those provided by the lecturer. It is expected that you will read more widely to identify a range of different positions, and theoretical approaches relevant to the question. 6. This assignment is a report and as such should be presented in a report format. 7. Reference should be in Harvard style highlighting some of the change management theories. please do use max 2 book references and more reference on electronic methods, article and online books. Also please attach the link of the online reference as below. (Min ref 4-5 ). Electronic ref should mentioned as below. 1. Chen H., Chiang R.H. and Storey V.C., 2012. Business Intelligence and Analytics: From Big Data to Big Impact. MIS quarterly, 36(4), pp.1165-1188. [Electronic version – http://hmchen.shidler.hawaii.edu/Chen_big_data_MISQ_2012.pdf] 2. Anderson, E.W., Wipfel, R. and Golan, J., Novell, Inc., 2013. System and method for recording collaborative information technology processes in an intelligent workload management system. U.S. Patent 8,543,916. [Electronic version – http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2011/0126099.html]
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