PBL written assignments
Aligned toCourseLearning Outcomes:
The PBL assessments relate to the following course learning outcomes: 2. Critically evaluate various HRM theories and frameworks to assess their fundamental assumptions, intellectual rigour, and practical value;
3. Develop skills in framing, researching and presenting solutions to workplace problems;
4. Communicate how and why HRM policy and practice differs according to context;
5. Consider the range of competencies and roles required of HRM practitioners and other managers of people within various organisational settings;
6. Develop an appreciation of the ethical challenges inherent in managing people in an equitable way.
PBL2 reinforces the PBL learning method and deepens the students’ understanding of the complex and contested elements of the HRM function in organisations. Students engage in critical thinking and analytical problem solving to analyse the issues in the PBL cases. They display professional proficiency in information and technology to identify relevant literature. Students use effective written communication skills to make and justify persuasive recommendations.
2,500 words maximum (excluding references and any Appendices)
PBL ASSESSMENT CRITERIA A. Scoping of the issues (20% of the total mark)
Clear description of the issue and its boundaries
Successful communication of a thesis informing the paper
Demonstrated understanding of the practical implications of the issue
B. Substantive content (40% of the total mark)
Research skills as demonstrated by the range and relevance of references
Accurate reporting and demonstrated understanding of information/data
Awareness of strengths and weaknesses of different reference material (eg. company information, academic literature, personal experience) as a
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