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B U S I N E S S S C H O O L
STUDENT’S SURNAME, INITIALS| Manwatha, IA|
ASSIGNMENT TITLE| Organisational Behaviour Individual Assignment no 1| STUDENT NUMBER| 200002859|
PROGRAMME NAME| MBA YEAR 1; OBE 501T|
GROUP NAME| |
DATE| 16th February 2013|

Individual Assignment Mark Sheet

Course Module: Organisational Behaviour (TUT MBA, OBE501T)
Due Date of Assignment: 16th February 2013
Receive Back:
Lecturer: Pieter R van der der Merwe
Student Surname, Initials: Manwatha, IA___________________________

Evaluation Criteria| 75%+| 68%+| 60%+| 50%+| 49%-|
Understanding the course content(Has student done sufficient reading) [20]| | | | | | Applying appropriate theory concepts (Demonstrating insight & understanding reason, identify, interpret concepts and theory in own words, infer, make comparisons discuss, differentiate, make comparisons) [20]| | | | | | Analysing and evaluating the case (Evaluate facts and information, critique, justify, motivate assertions, comments, contrast, resolve issues/problems,propose solutions) [20]| | | | | | Conclusions, recommendations,Lessons to be learnt, application to reality [10]| | | | | | Technical presentation, executive summary, syntax, illustrations, references & summary, language, bibliography [20]| | | | | | Self Evaluation and Critical Cross Field Questionnaires [10]| | | | | |

Lecturer’s Comments:

Self-Assessment: Critical Cross-Field Outcomes (CCFO’S)The following questions should be answered in no more than 100 words per question at the after you have completed your assignment and together with the Self Evaluation is worth 10% of the final mark.Study the critical outcomes below and then rate yourself (in your role as an aspiring MBA graduate, in terms of your ability to demonstrate these behaviours). Use the scale provided below by highlighting the number: Score Performance level 3 Outstanding performance 2 Standard performance 1 Unacceptable performance| Identify and solve problems in which responses display that responsible decisions using critical and creative thinking have been made (e.g. insight, problem-solving)| 1 2 3| Work effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organisation (e.g. liaising with staff members to get info)| 1 2 3| Organise and manage oneself and one’s activities responsibly and effectively (e.g. punctuality, working independently, planning)| 1 2 3| Collect, analyse and critically evaluate information (e.g. obtaining the relevant info needed, displaying the ability to analyse info and be critical to suggest improvement)| 1 2 3| Communicate effectively using visual, mathematical and/or language skills in oral and written persuasion (e.g. writing skills, communicating verbally, doing presentations)| 1 2 3| Use science and technology effectively and critically, showing responsibility toward the environment and health of others (e.g. adopting a professional and scientific approach to organisational practices, safety awareness, use of technology such as computers or technical equipment in conducting career-related activities)| 1 2 3| Explore various learning and development strategies, apply the most appropriate one and evaluate the effectiveness of the learning and development strategy applied (e.g. continued professional development strategies)| 1 2 3| Demonstrate acceptable employment advancement skills associated with an MBA, using all of the theoretical principles and reflecting on the effectiveness of such applications – What has your MBA done for other today?| 1 2 3| Apply your occupational expertise/competence along...
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