History of management if possible to request my writer (id u29643)
History of management
If possible to request my writer (ID U29643) for the second assignment that would be great. Because this writer has done the first assignment and he/she might has a background of what is going on.
Assessment 1 and 2 are linked. You and your partner should select six academic journals from the nine listed below. Links have been provided in the folder that follows.
Heames, JT & Breland, JW 2010, â€˜Management pioneer contributors: 30-year reviewâ€™, Journal of Management History, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 427-436.
Lamond, D 2005, â€˜On the value of management historyâ€™, Management Decision, vol. 43, no. 10, pp. 1273-1281.
Parker, LD & Ritson, PA 2005, â€˜Revisiting Fayol: Anticipating Contemporary Managementâ€™, British Journal of Management, vol. 16, pp. 175-194.
Parker LD & Ritson, P 2005, â€˜Fads, stereotypes and management gurus: Fayol and Follett todayâ€™, Management Decision, vol. 43, no. 10, pp. 1335-1357.
Rodrigues, CA, 2001, â€˜Fayolâ€™s 14 principles of management then and now: a framework for managing todayâ€™s organizations effectivelyâ€™, Management Decision, vol. 31, no. 10, pp. 880-889.
Smith I & Boyns T, 2005, â€˜British management theory and practice: the impact of Fayolâ€™, Management Decision, vol. 43, no. 10, pp. 1317-1334.
Spatig, L 2009, â€˜Rediscovering Fayol: Parallels to Behaviouralist Management and Transformational Leadershipâ€™, Northeast Business & Economics Association Proceedings, pp. 196-199.
Wren, DA 2001, â€˜Henri Fayol as strategist: a nineteenth century corporate turnaroundâ€™, Management Decision, vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 475-487.
Wren, DA, Bedelan, AG & Breeze JD, 2002, â€˜The foundations of Henri Fayolâ€™s administrative theoryâ€™, Management Decision, vol. 40, no. 9, pp.906-918.
Assessment 1 (Annotated bibliography,1500 words, 10%) is done in pairs. Prepare an annotated bibliography covering six of the academic journals listed above and two additional peer reviewed articles from 2006 to 2012 which you are required to source. Refer to http://www.writing.utoronto.ca/advice/specific-types-of-writing/annotated-bibliography for guidelines on how to do this. Additional links are provided in the Lesson 2 folder. This annotated bibliography will be used as the basis for assessment 2.
Assessment 2 (Essay, 1500 words, 30%) is an individual assignment and requires you to use the analysis prepared in assessment 1 to build an argument that answers the question â€œIs Henri Fayolâ€™s management theory relevant today?â€ Your argument should be written as an essay but you may use headings to highlight sections of your work.
Your essay should
Define your topic: outline what your essay is about and how it will be structured i.e. what aspects are you focusing on and why.
Specify your point of view: i.e. answer the question â€œIs Henri Fayolâ€™s management theory relevant today?â€< /span>
Present an argument to support your position: i.e. integrate the key details of the annotated bibliographies in assessment 1 to support your view. You may also include examples from your personal experience but these are in addition to not a substitute for the analysis done in the annotated bibliography.
Conclusion: provide an overview of your key findings and then bring your argument to a conclusion.
You will be able to secure high marks if you are able to demonstrate that you can present a persuasive argument which meets the assessment criteria and is adequately researched, constructed and referenced back to the academic articles provided.
Do not copy word for word from the text – paraphrase and reference correctly, otherwise you are plaigarising (see section i in your unit outline). Copying long pieces of information shows limited understanding and poor academic skill and will receive minimum marks.
Do not use bullet points or lists in your academic writing for this unit.
Essays should be edited to acieve consistency in grammar, style and flow of argument. Guidance on how to write good essays can be found in Summers & Smith 2011 and elsewhere on this website.