Self-Analysis & Reflection.
The key aspect of reflection is a critical evaluation of the self. Students will undertake a number of in-class cases during the semester and must use two (2) of the nominated cases as the basis for their self analysis, signed by the unit facilitator to verify they have been completed in class. The unit coordinator and or facilitator will then nominate which ones are to be used as part of the assessment. Online students will be sent these cases.
Students will also complete at least 3 ethical diagnostic tools in class and must attach the results sheet as an appendix, signed by the unit facilitator to verify they have been completed.
Students are to use the findings of these tools to analyse how and why they made their decision(s) the assumptions made and approaches used, and whether their positions changed over time and why.
Students should also include a brief statement about how the content of the unit has given them greater insights into ethical practice as a future manager and leader.
A detailed rubric and audio file are available in the Assessment Folder below that provides further details for this assessment task.
Students are required to:
Two cases nominated by the unit coordinator or class facilitator, completed in class (signed and or verified by the lecturer)
A minimum of 4 diagnostic tools (results page signed by facilitator attached as appendices)
Discuss the decisions and analyse these referring to the diagnostic results and ethical theories and concepts.
Utilisation key ethical, csr and sustainability concepts and terms to describe and analyse their own positions or belief
These are the minimum requirements. Students should note that satisfactorily meeting the minimum requirements will typically result in the minimum pass grade being awarded.
American Psychological Association (APA)
Learning Outcomes Assessed
investigate the interconnections between business ethics, sustainability and globalisation; and evaluate the differences between ethics, legal requirements and cultural factors in a business setting;
explain the various aspects of business sustainability and how these impact upon business strategy;
critique the major ethical theories and frameworks and be able to compare these in a contemporary business setting;
demonstrate commonly accepted professional ethical standards in the work place and in your behaviour toward others.
Cognitive, technical and creative skills
—– NEED IN 8 HOURS
—- ATTACHED 4 TOOLS AND K STUDYS
—- NEED TO ATTACH MORE 2 TOOLS AND K STUIDES FROM ONLINE NEED TO FILL THE FORM AND NEED TO WRITE 1200-1500 WORDS BASED ON TOOLS AND K STUDIES