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ASSESSMENT 1 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title MGT600 Management, People and Teams
Assessment Reflective Analysis
Individual/Group Individual
Length Up to 750 words
Learning Outcomes a) Critically assess the key principles and theories
underlying strategic people management and explain
how their application enhances organisational and
individual performance.
c) Demonstrate effective communication and practical
problem-solving skills to effectively manage people in a
ange of organisational contexts
d) Critically reflect on the roles and functions that
managers perform in the context of the challenges and
isks they have to address in the changing environment.
e) Develop and justify a model of management
cognisant of the organisational minutiae to guide future
practice.
Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Friday Module 2.1 (week 3)
Weighting 15%
Total Marks 15 marks
Context:
Self-awareness creates an opportunity for further development and personal success.
This reflective analysis is designed for you to explore the subject’s introductory content and
importantly, identify how it relates to your own experiences and how you may use it in the
future
Instructions:
You are required to write a short reflective report covering the content in the first three
weeks, that is, all of module one and the first half of module two. More specifically:
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 Module 1.1 - The nature of organisations, the role of management and challenges
faced
 Module 1.2 - Motivation, influence and power and politics and
 Module 2.1 - Communication, conflict and negotiation
In writing your reflective analysis, you should consider the learning resources provided in
the respective modules as well as reading more
oadly on the relevant topics.
Think carefully about what you are reading and what has been discussed in class or in on-
line discussions. Identify the key principles and concepts and be sure you know what they
mean, why they are important and how they can be applied.
Your reflective analysis write up may take a variety of forms but must be within the word
limit and include:
 A short introduction.
 An analysis of the relevant module topics including their relevance to you and
application.
 A short conclusion.
 Reference list.
In reflecting upon the module topics, you should explore questions such as:
1. What is in the content and why is this topic important?
2. How is the topic relevant to you?
3. What has been your past experience in this topical area?
4. What have you learnt from the content so far and how will you use it in the
emainder of the subject or in your workplace?
The word limit is short, so make use of tables, figures and diagrams as these are not
included in your word count.
You will be assessed against the learning ru
ic below and your level of insight and
application of knowledge from Modules 1 and 2.1.
Referencing:
You must recognise all sources of information; including images that you can include in your
work. Reference your work according to the APA 6th edition guidelines. Please see more
information on referencing here http:
li
ary.laureate.net.au
esearch_skills
eferencing
http:
li
ary.laureate.net.au
esearch_skills
eferencing

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Submission Instructions:
Submit your Self-Reflective Analysis in Assessment 1 Reflective Analysis submission link in
the Assessment section found in the main navigation menu of the subject Blackboard site. A
u
ic will be attached to the assessment. The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via
the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.
Marking Ru
ic:
Your reports will be marked against the ru
ic which is show on the next pages. Please
ensure that your submission addresses all five of the Assessment Attributes in the ru
ic.
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Learning Ru
ic: Assessment 1 Reflective Analysis
Assessment Attributes
Fail (Unacceptable)
0-49%
Pass
(Functional)
50-64%
Credit
(Proficient)
65-74%
Distinction
(Advanced)
75 -84%
High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%

Knowledge and
understanding
(technical and
theoretical knowledge)


Understands theoretical
models and concepts


Percentage for this
criterion
30%
Limited understanding
of required concepts and
knowledge

Key components of the
assignment are not
addressed.












Knowledge or
understanding of the
field or discipline.

Resembles a recall or
summary of key ideas.

Often confuses assertion
of personal opinion with
information
substantiated by
evidence from the
esearch/course
materials.




Thorough knowledge or
understanding of the
field or discipline/s.
Supports personal
opinion and information
substantiated by
evidence from the
esearch/course
materials.

Demonstrates a capacity
to explain relevant
concepts.




Highly developed
understanding of the
field or discipline/s.

Discriminates between
assertion of personal
opinion and information
substantiated by robust
evidence from the
esearch/course
materials and extended
eading.

Well demonstrated
capacity to explain and
apply relevant concepts.



A sophisticated
understanding of the
field or discipline/s.

Systematically and
critically discriminates
etween assertion of
personal opinion and
information
substantiated by robust
evidence from the
esearch/course
materials and extended
eading.

Mastery of concepts and
application to new
situations/further
learning.

Application of
knowledge and
eflection to practise


Shows a clear
understanding of the
Limited understanding
of the internal and
external business
environment.

Uses a limited range of
information as the basis
Understands the internal
and external business
environment including
commercial context and
market forces.

Accesses relevant
information.
Understands the impact
of financial, social,
political, environmental
issues on the business.

Understands the
usiness.
information.
Evaluates the impact of
financial, social, political,
environmental issues on
the business; and where
elevant, as they relate to
different countries where
the business may
operate.
Demonstrates cultural
sensitivity.

Analyses the impact of
financial, social, political,
environmental issues on
the business; and where
elevant, as they relate to
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practical application and
implications of key
concepts and principles

Percentage for this
criterion
30%

of recommended
practice.

Does not reflect upon
own professional
identity and professional
practice
esponsibility

Adequately utilises
information from a
variety of sources.
Reflects on own
professional identity and
in relation to
organisational influences
and considers impact on
professional practice.

Reflects on own
professional identity in
elation to organisation
influences and impact on
professional practice,
modifies behaviour
when necessary in
eflexive act.

Understands the
usiness and its risks.

Can prepare and
presents business
cases/proposals.

Reflects and evaluates
own professional
identity in relation to
organisational influences
and how this impacts on
professional practice
and professional
esponsibility
holistically.
Reflects and, modifies
ehaviour when
necessary in reflexive
manner and further
eflects on professional
identity.

different countries where
the business may
operate.

Holistic understanding of
usiness and its risks.

Assesses the impact of
information and
communication systems
on the operations of the
usiness.

Critically Reflects and
analyses own
professional identity in
elation to organisation
influences and ethos.
Considers how this
impacts on professional
practice and
professional
esponsibility with a
willingness to adapt and
grow.

Modifies behaviour
when necessary in
eflexive manner and
further reflects on
professional identity.
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Nishtha answered on Jun 13 2021
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Running Head: REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS                            1
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MGT600 Management, People and Teams
(REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS)
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Module 1.1: The nature of organizations, the role of management and challenges faced    3
Module 1.2: Motivation, influence, power, and politics    4
Module 2.1: Communication, conflict and negotiation    4
Conclusion    5
References    6
Introduction
Management can be defined by all activities, which are directed to achieve desired goal and objective by performing continuously in the organisation. It is a series of activities performed in a continuous manner such as planning, organizing, directing and controlling, which are all done in the context of leading as well as understanding the employees. Motivation can influence competitive behaviour. Sometimes, it is just a small motivation that is needed to change a person overall. Therefore, i have learned that when we motivate someone positively, it will definitely influence their competitive behaviour.
Module 1.1: The nature of organizations, the role of management and challenges faced
Various contributions to the field of management have changed its nature. However, it is not only about the above set of activities but also about the concept, that how we can effectively utilize those resources available. Understanding environment is essential for the organization, it consists of the external factors that can influence the performance of the organization such as competitors.
Generally, the business environment is divided into two parts that is micro and macro environment. It helps the organizations to understand its strength, work on its weakness and to tap the unexplored opportunity available in the market. No organization is self-sufficient (Serizay, 2018). It has to get resources from the environment and generate economic value for the organization.
Besides, through this module, I have also realised that even in extreme cases in the market, every environment creates some opportunity for the business, manager has to identify that chance and use it to
ing significant outcomes. Organizations have to...
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