Assessment 1 Information
|Subject Name:||People, Culture and Contemporary Leadership|
|Assessment Title:||PART A – In-Class Activity PART B – Individual Report|
|Assessment Type:||In-Class Activity and Individual Report|
|Weighting:||30 % - PART A (10%) and PART B (20%)|
|Submission:||PART A – In-Class Activity (Submitted via Moodle) PART B – Individual Report (Submitted via Turnitin)|
There are two core components to this activity: to develop a draft report framework (plan) as an in-class activity and then using that framework (plan) create an individual report based on the organisation’s/companies organisational performance relating to: organisation culture change and innovation, employee engagement, performance and reward.
In Week 3/4 you will need to select an Australian organisation/company of your choice from the Australia’s top 200 listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). You can find the list of companies at https://www.asx200list.com/
However, you CANNOT select organisation/company from the Banking, Airline, Supermarkets or the Telecommunication Sectors. You should not be choosing a Franchise Company. You should discuss your ideas with your Facilitator before commencing
As part of the in-class activities, you will develop a draft report framework (that must be signed off by your Facilitator) to assist you in preparing your individual report. Attendance is compulsory for this in-class part of the assessment. Each student will individually submit a copy of their framework via Moodle and their report via Turnitin.
By looking at the organisation’s/company’s website, business articles and Annual Reports, you will be able to see whether it is possible to access enough information about its organisational practices to address the following:
The in-class component will provide you with an opportunity to assess your choice of organisation/company and its Human Resource practices.
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