Managing change in dynamic environment
Gaud line of the are available in the attached files.The citation should be in HARVARD way“Managing change in dynamic environmental is seen as critical element of the corporate strategy. Critically evaluate the strategic role of HRM during change and its impact on employee engagement and ethics “Student Name: Student ID: Submission Date:2, 000 words (10+/-)Table of ContentsIntroduction 3Critical evaluation of the managing change in dynamic environment and the role of HRM in the context of employee engagement, equality, diversity, and inclusion 3The importance of managing change in dynamic environment 4The main benefits of strategic HRM, employee engagement, and ethics. 5The main challenges that organisational are currently facing to manage change effectively in such dynamic environment 6The impacts of the strategic HRM on employee engagement and ethics during the change 7Conclusion 7References 8Introduction Critical evaluation of the managing change in dynamic environment and the role of HRM in the context of employee engagement, equality, diversity, and inclusionThe importance of managing change in dynamic environment The main benefits of strategic HRM, employee engagement, and ethics. The main challenges that organisational are currently facing to manage change effectively in such dynamic environmentThe impacts of the strategic HRM on employee engagement and ethics during the changeConclusion References People and Organisations Level: 7 WRIT2 (50% – 2, 000 words) Module No: MBA7000 Submission Date: TBCInstructions:The assignment for this module is designed to evaluate your knowledge and understanding of the range of topics covered within the module and to satisfy the learning outcomes listed below:-Critically analyse key theoretical approaches to the management of change with reference to structure, culture, conflict and managing selfCritically examine organisational behaviour in a variety of contexts and develop discussion based on complex scenarios and the changing external environmentDevelop, explore and critique human resource management approaches in these contexts with reference to contemporary theory and an understanding of current practice A conceptual understanding of the core theories in understanding people and their role in organisationsCritical evaluation of the following topic: “Managing change in dynamic environmental is seen as critical element of the corporate strategy. Critically evaluate the strategic role of HRM during change and its impact on employee engagement and ethics “You are required to conduct a literature review demonstrating that you have researched the viewpoint from all sides of the debate. Research thought starters only (not questions to be answered)Explore what is meant by managing change in dynamic environment and the role of HRM in the context of employee engagement, equality, diversity, and inclusion?What are the key areas being discussed in current literature?Who are the key authors? Why managing change in dynamic environment is important?What are the benefits of strategic HRM, employee engagement, and ethics?Why some organisations find challenging to manage change effectively in dynamic environment?How strategic HRM impact employee engagement and ethics during the change? Instruction to studentsThe length of the assignment is 2,000 words +/-10%. You will be penalized if it fails outside this boundary. The 2,000 words limit does not include the reference list. All sources used to support your arguments put forward should be listed at the end providing a reference list rather than a bibliography. In-text referencing and a reference list MUST be in Harvard Referencing Style. Diagrams and tables could be used but they must be discussed and critiqued in the discussion. The essay word count guidance is shown belowSectionsApproximate word count guideMarksAllocatedIntroduction (200 words)10%Main BodyA-Discussions (Knowledge (800 words)40%B-Critically evaluation (700 words) 30%Conclusion (350 words)10%Referencing: (Correct use of Harvard Referencing system)10%Total Marks100%Submission Details: To be submitted via Turnitin by TBC @23:59 (UK Time)Feedback and provisional grades returned to Students within 20 WORKING days of submission. Finalised grades will be confirmed after Exam Board.Additional Guidance: Write the number of words used, excluding references, at the end of your assignment. Provide the list of sources you used at the last page of your assignment with proper label ‘References’. You may include diagrams, figures etc. without word penalty. The number of words will be + or – 10% of the total words allowed. A work declaration must be included just after the reference page of your assignment. This ensures that you prepare your work in good faith. 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END OF PAPERSections / MarksIndividual Marking SchemeYour Score /100Structure (10)None, muddled.0 – 3Some attempt, a little disjointed. 4 – 7Good clear structure, beginning, middle and ending. 8 –10Content (10)None, little relevance to title, many errors of fact, statements not supported by evidence. 0 – 3Some relevance, a few errors of fact, most statements supported by evidence. 4 – 7High relevance, no errors of fact, all statements supported by evidence. 8 –10Presentation (10)Poor spelling and grammar, poor layout, poor use of tables & figures. 0 – 3Spelling and grammar fairly good, tables & figures mostly support text 4 – 7Excellent spelling and grammar, all tables and figures support the text. 8 –10Analysis (25)Missed the jest of the article. 0 – 4Does not focus on major issues.5 – 9Some points selected couple minor issues or no supporting example explained. 10 – 14Major points selected and discussed.15 – 20 High relevance, insightful analysis. 21 – 25Discussion (15)None, little relevance. 0 – 3Relevant but rambling or repetitive. 4 – 7Relevant but demonstrating little understanding of issues in the field. 8 – 12High relevance, demonstrating a good understanding of wider issues related to the field. 13 – 15Your Thoughts(10)Does not write any of your own thoughts or ideas about what is discussed in the article. 0 – 3Brief mention of thoughts, but did not elaborate. No mention of learning from reading the article. 4 – 7Articulates your thoughts on the article in clear manner. Discusses what you learned from reading the article or ideas you might use in the future. 8 – 10Conclusions (10)None, or do not follow logically from earlier content. 0 – 3Some valid conclusions that mostly follow from earlier content. 4 – 7Good, valid conclusions that logically follow from earlier content. 8 –10Referencing (10)None, Does not follow Harvard style, or very poor. 0 – 3Some attempt but citations and references not matching. 4 – 7Good referencing, no omissions. 8 –10Student Name: Student ID: Total Marks: Academic Unfair Practice:It is very important that all students fully understand what is meant by the term “unfair practice” and the potential consequences you may suffer if your work is sent to be investigated by a Committee of Unfair practice.Below is an extract from the Student Handbook. Please make sure that you have read and understood the content. If you do not understand it, please ask the Tutor for further explanation.Unfair practice can be defined as committing any act whereby a person may obtain for himself/herself or for another, an unpermitted advantage. This shall apply whether the candidate acts alone or in conjunction with another/others. Any action or actions shall be deemed to fall within this definition whether occurring during, or in relation to, a formal examination, a piece of coursework, or any form of assessment undertaken in pursuit of a qualification of Cardiff Metropolitan University or other awarding body. Plagiarism can be defined as using without acknowledgement another person’s words or ideas and submitting them for assessment as though they were one’s own work, for instance by copying, translating from one language to another or unacknowledged paraphrasing. To avoid suspicion of this, you must acknowledge all your sources, using a recognised referencing system such as Harvard. 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