Plymouth Business School
School of Management
Stage 3 2012-2013
ECN308: Business Management
Module leader: Neil Brooks (CKY233A), tel (01752) 585606 e-mail: email@example.com
Module leader (Singapore)
Full-time class: Yeo Ai Ling (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Part-time class: Kelvin Yeow (email@example.com)
This final year module is a ‘capstone’ for the Business Administration programme. The module is largely student centred and designed to enable student involvement with real business issues. Students will work in small teams to produce two consultancy-style reports.
To strengthen the vocational aspects of the …show more content…
Were you successful? Did things work out as planned/anticipated? Did you misjudge certain aspects of the job in hand? Did you learn something from the process that could be useful in the future? In this particular project you are working as part of a team. You are collaborating to produce, and be judged by, the common output. Your reflective analysis should have particular focus on team dynamics including planning, time management, choice of strategies and your contribution.
The Academic Reflection is concerned with assessment of usefulness and appropriateness of academic disciplines and available resources. To what extent did your previous and current studies inform your action? If you consider that your academic studies have provided you with a toolkit what tools have you used? Are there tools that you don’t have which would have been useful? This second part of the process of reflection focuses on methodological and analytical issues where the relationship between content of your academic studies and the requirements of the project are