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Leading Organisational Change Formative Assessment

Part 1:

Description of Assessment Task and Purpose:

Critique of one change project (2000 words / equivalency)

You have selected one change project that either you led or participated in as an employee. Each week you have critically evaluated your practice through the theoretical lens of the topic being studied supported by your ALS. Drawing from your critical evaluations and discussions present an appraisal of your own capacity to engage and lead people through a change initiative. Your critique should be based on your analysis of your own leadership style. In your discussion you will need to demonstrate the deeper understanding that you have acquired both for your own practice and at a wider organisational level. [2000 words, LO1, 2 and LO4,]

This element of assessment is worth 60% and should be 2,000 words (+/- 10%).

At the end of week four you may submit a draft of your assignment and you will receive feedback to support your final portfolio.

The following Assessment Criteria Grid is provided to help you understand how your discussion contributions will be assessed. Portfolio Assessment Criteria download

Part 2:

Description of Assessment Task and Purpose:

Communication Plan (1000 words / equivalency)

In the light of your learning from Part 1 of the portfolio using the same change project that either you led or participated in as an employee present a communication plan to ensure that all key stakeholders are engaged with a change process [1000 words, LO3 and LO5, ]

This element of assessment is worth 40% and should be 1,000 words (+/- 10%).

To support your learning, you should use the feedback received from your draft assignment of task 1 at the end of Week 4.

You should use this feedback to improve your final submission.

Programme Outcomes (PO) Assessed:

Knowledge and Understanding:

4.1 Knowledge and Understanding On successful completion of this programme a student will have knowledge and understanding of:

Strategy relating to organisational vision and structures, diversity, internal and external environments, new market strategies and trends (PO1)

Innovation and change, drivers of change, and new ways of working across infrastructure, process, people, culture and sustainability. (PO2)

Enterprise and risk, regulatory environments, corporate social responsibility, risk management, competitive strategies and entrepreneurialism (PO3)

Subject-Specific Intellectual Skills:

Initiate and lead change in an organisation, creating a culture for innovation and change, managing conflict, partnerships, people and resources effectively (PO8)

Subject-Specific Practical Skills:

Lead and develop people and teams, enable open and high performance working, build constructive working relationships, and encourage continual development (PO12 )

Build collaborative relationships, and manage complex relationships cross multiple and diverse stakeholders using influence, negotiation and advocacy skills (PO13 )

Transferable Skills and Attributes:

Innovate, seek new ideas and look for contingencies, and manage complexity and ambiguity (PO16)

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