Declaration of Original W
Consider the following statement: “Globalisation and the resulting increase in competition harm people, as international companies play one government against another to get the best deal possible. Meanwhile, governments continually ask for greater concessions from their citizens, demanding that they work longer and harder for less pay”. Do you agree? Outline and discuss the above assertion and explore other potential effects of globalisation for labour.
What have you learned about how to do qualitative research using texts and/or
images through doing your homework this term?
NB: A good answer to this question will be specific and address all the assessment
criteria. An answer that goes into depth on a particular topic or idea is likely to be
better than a long list without any depth or detailed discussion. You might like to
focus on the strengths and weaknesses of different methods, the issues raised by
approaches to research ethics
Within your critical reflection you should address the following questions:
1) What are the key lessons for leaders and managers identified from your individual report? How do you
these lessons will influence your approach as a leader or manager in the future?
2) How might your experience of the group-based presentation inform your approach to group-based
project working in the future? E.g. what elements worked well, what would you do differently?
This essay is designed to enable you to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge and analytical skills developed in the module and apply them to the discussion of a film. It is an exercise in combining research, reading, and critical writing. In the essay, you should make every effort to relate what you write to the critical issues/questions/debates we have been looking at in class. You may reach different conclusions in your essay. What you need to do is to critically present and justify your analysis, critique and
Directions: Follow the summary writing process that we have practiced in class so that you can write a 1 or 2-sentence summary of paragraphs 1 to 3 in the article below (the paragraphs on this page).
Publically available strategic plans, strategic position statements, statements of intent or similar documents developed by public and private sector organisations are often presented without any detailed analysis of the wider business environment in which an organisation operates. Such plans rarely provide details of practice implications from a human resource management perspective.