HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE

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HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE

WORKSHOP: GROUP 1 WEEK 12- WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

Introduction

This is a critique of the number and distribution of women in leadership positions in
Germany and Australia. The workshop on women leadership provides analysis of the proportion
of women in management positions in recent years. The critique will mainly involve an
evaluation of the proportion of the women in board management of companies and corporations,
including the board management membership. The criticism will evaluate how the number and
distribution of women in leadership have changed over time.

Category:

Description

MGN506 Contemporary Issues in HRM

 

Instructions for Assessment 3

 

Assessment Type: Critique
Description:

 

 

 

 

You will conduct a critique of two workshop presentations – one from week 11 and one from week 12 (your presentation is excluded). See below for the details of the task. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.
Length / Duration: 1,500 words+ 10%
Formative or Summative:

 

Relates to learning outcomes:

Summative

 

 

Unit Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4 and AoL goals KS (1.1), HO (2.1), PC (3.1)

Weighting: 30%
Internal / External: Internal
Individual / Group: Individual

 

A critique is a genre of academic writing that briefly summarises and critically evaluates a work or concept. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

Like an essay, a critique uses a formal, academic writing style and has a clear structure: an introduction, body and conclusion. However, the body of a critique includes a summary of the work and a detailed evaluation. The purpose of an evaluation is to gauge the usefulness or impact of a work. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

How to write a critique

 

Before you start writing, it is important to have a thorough understanding of the work (two workshops presented in this Unit) that will be critiqued.

  • Study the work under discussion.
  • Make notes on key parts of the work.
  • Develop an understanding of the main argument or purpose being expressed in the work.
  • Consider how the work relates to a broader issue or context. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

It is important to note that you are not critiquing the presentation delivery but rather the focus is on the information. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

 

 

Example Structure

 

Workshop 1

 

Introduction (~50 words)

Name the work being reviewed. Describe the main argument or purpose of the work. Have a concluding sentence that signposts what your evaluation of the work will be. For instance, it may indicate whether it is a positive, negative, or mixed evaluation. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

Summary of Workshop (~150 words) 3 marks

Briefly summarise the main points. This summary should not be the focus of the critique and is usually shorter than the critical evaluation. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

Critical Evaluation (~500 words) 10 marks

This section should give a systematic and detailed assessment of the different elements of the work. A critical evaluation does not simply highlight negative impressions. It should deconstruct the work and identify both strengths and weaknesses. It should examine the work and evaluate its success, in light of its purpose. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

This evaluation is written in formal academic style and logically presented. Group and order your ideas into paragraphs. Start with the broad impressions first and then move into the details of the technical elements. You may discuss the strengths of the works, and then the weaknesses. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

To support the evaluation, provide evidence from the work itself, such as a quote (no long quotes please) or example, and you should also cite evidence from related sources. Explain how this evidence supports your evaluation of the work. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

Conclusion (~50 words)

This is usually a very brief paragraph, which includes:

  • A statement indicating the overall evaluation of the work
  • A summary of the key reasons, identified during the critical evaluation, why this evaluation was formed. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

 

Workshop 2

 

Introduction (~50 words)

Name the work being reviewed. Describe the main argument or purpose of the work. Have a concluding sentence that signposts what your evaluation of the work will be. For instance, it may indicate whether it is a positive, negative, or mixed evaluation. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

Summary of Workshop (~150 words) 3 marks

Briefly summarise the main points. This summary should not be the focus of the critique and is usually shorter than the critical evaluation. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

Critical Evaluation (~500 words) 10 marks

This section should give a systematic and detailed assessment of the different elements of the work. A critical evaluation does not simply highlight negative impressions. It should deconstruct the work and identify both strengths and weaknesses. It should examine the work and evaluate its success, in light of its purpose. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

This evaluation is written in formal academic style and logically presented. Group and order your ideas into paragraphs. Start with the broad impressions first and then move into the details of the technical elements. You may discuss the strengths of the works, and then the weaknesses. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

To support the evaluation, provide evidence from the work itself, such as a quote (no long quotes) or example, and you should also cite evidence from related sources. Explain how this evidence supports your evaluation of the work. HU.MAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE

 

Conclusion (~50 words)

This is usually a very brief paragraph, which includes:

  • A statement indicating the overall evaluation of the work
  • A summary of the key reasons, identified during the critical evaluation, why this evaluation was formed. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE.

 

References

Include all resources cited in your critique using QUT APA or APA 6th style.

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HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE

WORKSHOP: GROUP 1 WEEK 12- WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

Introduction

This is a critique of the number and distribution of women in leadership positions in
Germany and Australia. The workshop on women leadership provides analysis of the proportion
of women in posimanagement tions in recent years. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE. The critique will mainly involve an

evaluation of the proportion of the women in board management of companies and corporations,
including the board management membership. The criticism will evaluate how the number and
distribution of women in leadership have changed over time. HUMAN RESOURCE CRITIQUE……

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