IDENTIFICATION OF KEY POINTS

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Jaspreet Kaur Grewal – s5198254
Criteria Standard`SDteasned:pr tdor Comment IDENTIFICATION OF KEY POINTS: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Does not Purpose and demenst’te The ES needs to include the main findings from the report and scope of analysis ender,stand7 e. the recommendations from the report. The ES was written ere ‘leer’ stated. mest “e’r Pe’s. more like an abstract. It’s important to note the differences Most important Summer’ lecks between ES and abstract or introduction. findings and coherence a. recommendations clarity. are discussed. Summary is succinct and brief. EVALUATION OF SCOPE: INTRODUCTION All important Unable to issues are clearly demonstrate introduced adequate (purpose, scope, understanding of including the cemPenehts Unable to demonstrate adequate understanding of the assumptions, of scope. t_ 0 the cornponents of scope. Evaluation of the relevant case analysed issues 8, US Evaluation relevant case background is insufficient. Report outline is missing or lacking issues ‘n substance. recommended for background is future research, insufficient. case & relevant Report outline is country missing or lacking background). in substance. Structure of report is clearly outlined. THEORY APPLICATION AND CRITICAL INTERPRETATION: CASE STUDY ANALYSIS (USING MBI MODEL AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS) Succinctly describes the organisations and its environment. Demonstrates Provides relevant lirnited or no country ability in background. describing, Identifies and interpreting and Demonstrates limited ability in describing, interpreting and explains key analysing the analysing the identified managernent issues with appropriate management identified cultural dimensions from the required models. The discussion issues. Interprets management was very vague and has primarily focused on the cultural the issues (using „ .
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