HI 5005: Research Paper 1
25% Maximum of 10 pages and 15 minutes
This is a group assignment with specific individual components. Groups of 2 or 3 choose the topics relevant to first term lecture material and research the topic in more depth. A set if such topics will be provided from which your group must choose on a ‘first-come, first-served basis”. Note that each topic has a group component to which each group member must contribute. However there are also specific individual components which have been defined. Your will deliver the findings of your research topic in the lectures of first term. Following suggestions at the presentation, groups may take advantage of suggestions in preparing the written report which is to be submitted on the last day of term.
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TRIMESTER 2, 2013 © Holmes Institute, 2008
Holmes Institute MBA Program HI 5005: Management and Organisations in a Global Environment
RESEARCH PAPER 1 Worth 25%
Listed below are points to bear in mind in regard to this Research Paper.
Topics and Presentation Schedule:
On following pages are listed a number of topics. Topics are allocated on a ‘first come – first served basis’ and can only be reserved in writing (e.g. by e-mail to your lecturer). Name: eMail: Sydney Sandhy Patrick firstname.lastname@example.org Melbourne Assoc Prof Peter Schmidt email@example.com
Please nominate your preferred presentation time (see Lecture Schedule in the Subject Outline) at the time you bid for the topic. In the event of two different groups choosing the same topic, the group who nominates the earlier presentation time-slot will secure the topic. The other group will have to choose another topic. Research on the broad topic is a group activity and each student must contribute to that work.
References: 3 TRIMESTER 2, 2013 © Holmes Institute, 2008 TRIMESTER 2, 2013 © Holmes Institute, 2008 Holmes Institute MBA Program HI 5005: Management and Organisations in a Global Environment TRIMESTER 2, 2013 © Holmes Institute, 2008 Holmes Institute MBA Program HI 5005: Management and Organisations in a Global Environment