Strategic Reflective Analysis

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Najib
 (Tosin)
 Musa
 Baba
 
W12290820
 

Strategic
 Perspectives
 Reflective
  analysis
 
 
  Module
 Leader:
 Ioannis
 Christodolou
 
  Seminar
 teacher:
 Evgeniya
 Macleod
  &
 Paul
 
 
  Module
 code:
 BKEY601
 
  Word
 count:
 2195
 words
 

 

20/03/12
 


 

 

 

 

Strategic
 perspectives
 

Reflective
 analysis
 

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

Reflection …. “a generic term for those intellectual and affective activities in which individuals engage to explore their experiences in order to lead to a new understanding and appreciation" – Boud,1985  

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Executive
 Summary
 
 
This
 report
 looks
 to
 cover
 the
 scope
 of
 a
 Glo-­‐bus
  assignment
 that
 commenced
 over
 an
 18
 week
  period.
 During
 this
 time,
 teams
 were
 assembled
  within
 a
 seminar
 group.
 
 
  At
 the
 beginning
 this
 report
 the
 author
 looks
 at
 the
  several
 techniques
 involved
 in
 reflecting,
 why
 it
  occurs
 and
 its
 relation
 to
 the
 Glo-­‐bus
 game.
 
 
  The
 main
 context
 of
 the
 report
 looks
 at
 two
 critical
  incidents
 in
 relation
 to
 Gibb’s
 Learn
 by
 doing
 cycle.
  All
 six
 stages
 have
 been
 dealt
 with
 in
 depth
 looking
  at
 the
 description
 of
 the
 incident
 to
 the
 analysis
 of
  how
 the
 author
 thought
 the
 scenario
 through.
  There
 are
 many
 concepts
 and
 theories
 that
 have
  been
 applied
 to
 these
 segments
 to
 allow
 a
 greater
  depth
 in
 the
 reader's
 mind.
 
 
 
  The
 conclusion
 of
 the
 report
 highlights
 the
 main
  findings
 and
 learned
 skills,
 it
 also
 highlights
 the
  benefits
 of
 those
 transferable
 skills
 in
 a
 working
  environment.
 
 

 


 

 

 

 

Strategic
 perspectives
 

  Table
 of
 Contents
 
INTRODUCTION
 –
 REFLECTIVE
 TECHNIQUES
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 2
  CT1
 –
 ANALYSIS
 OF
 SKYPE
 ARGUMENT
  CT1
 –
 CONCLUSION:
 SKYPE
 ARGUMENT
  CT1
 –
 ACTION
 PLAN
 FOR
 THE
 FUTURE
  CT2
 –
 ANALYSIS
 OF
 “DEFINED”
 INTERVENTION
  CT2
 –
 CONCLUSION:
 “DEFINED”
 INTERVENTION
  CT2
 –
 ACTION
 PLAN
 FOR
 THE
 FUTURE
 

 

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 analysis
 

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