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Organizations that fail to plan are planning to fail”.

Critically discuss this statement.

 

Aims and Objectives

This assessment encourages students to:

§ Understand the challenges facing organizations in the contemporary business environment.

§ Provide a critical perspective of the academic literature on a topic.

§ Construct a sustained argument in response to the question.

§ Utilize and conform to the principles of academic rigour in the production of an acceptable, formal response to the question.

 

Guidelines for the essay:

§ Your essay should be no more than 1500 words (excluding in-text references and reference list).

§ All essays must cite at least five (5) academicsources.

§ You must distinguish clearly between your own words and analysis and those of your sources. You must do this by providing appropriate citations using the Harvard method.

§ Failure to provide appropriate citations is plagiarism. See the academic honesty policy. Your list of references should include only material cited in the essay.

§ This is an individual assessment task – if a submitted essay is assessed as not being the work of a single author then academic honesty rules apply.

§ Further advice on researching and writing the essay will be provided in lectures and tutorials.

 

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Essay Duration/Length: 1500 Words Question: "Organizations that fail to plan are planning to fail”. Critically discuss this statement. Aims and Objectives This assessment encourages students to: Understand the challenges facing organizations in the contemporary business environment. Provide a critical perspective of the academic literature on a topic. Construct a sustained argument in response to the question. Utilize and conform to the principles of academic rigour in the production of an acceptable, formal response to the question. Guidelines for the essay: Your essay should be no more than 1500 words (excluding in-text references and reference list). All essays must cite at least five (5) academic sources. You must distinguish clearly between your own words and analysis and those of your sources. You must do this by providing appropriate citations using the Harvard method. Failure to provide appropriate citations is plagiarism. See the academic honesty policy. Your list of references should include only material cited in the essay. This is an individual assessment task – if a submitted essay is assessed as not being the work of a single author then academic honesty rules apply. Further advice on researching and writing the essay will be provided in lectures and tutorials. Structure: Introduction (approx. 200 words) Taking a position on the question Providing a range of hypothesis (3 or 4) Discussion (approx. 1120-1160 words) Discussing the hypotheses (3 or 4) and providing its positives and negatives JUSTIFY Need to have peer reviewed articles Need 5 academic sources which includes at least 3-4 scholarly journal articles and 2 textbook references Conclusion (approx. 120-180 words) Bibliography Need 5 references 2 texts 3-4 journal articles References need to be in Harvard style Additional Note – Need in-text citations (2-3 per page)

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