The cases are done individually. Following are the guidelines:
Your name and Metric number must be clearly typed on the COVER PAGE.
The cases study answers should be neatly typed, using Times New Roman, size 12; Spacing 1.5 and justified.
Please check for spelling and grammatical errors.
Hard copy of the assignment must be submitted to me on the due date as indicated.
The grades assigned will be based on content, effort, creativity and ORIGINALITY.
I shall remind you that late submission will be awarded with ZERO mark. In the case of sickness (must produce medical certificate or in special circumstances), I may grant an appropriate extension for the cases write-up submission.
Format of Cover Page:
The cover page must have the following standard layout:
name of the university
course name, course code
semester (e.g. Feb 2012)
instructor name (spell correctly)
actual date of submission
Content of the Cases Study Write-up
Summary of the case
Question( in bold letter on top of your answer) and answer
Bind the write-up with an appropriate book binding(wring binding, tape binding)
HUB 1033 OB CASES STUDY AND SUBMISSION DUE DATES
Case study 1(Related chapter 6: Group and Team) 10%:
The Forgotten Group member (Due on 21/03/2012)
The organizational Behavior course for the semester appeared to promise the opportunity to learn, enjoy, and practice some of the theories and principles in the text book and class discussion. Christine Spencer was a devoted hard-working student, who had been maintaining an A-average to date. Although the skills and knowledge she had acquired through her course were important, she was also very concerned about her grades. She felt that grades were paramount in giving her a competitive... [continues]
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