Running head: ORGANIZATIONAL ARCHETYPES Organizational Archetypes Mafuta C. Sauni Grantham University Strategies For Change BA580 Dr. Danetra Quarterman April 10, 2012 Explain two organizational archetypes and discuss how organizational structure influences innovation. Your submission should be a minimum of 2-3 paragraphs, include at least one reference other than the textbook and use APA format for references. Adhocracy and Mission-Oriented are the two organizational archetypes I have selected to explain and discuss how they influence innovation. Adhocracy is “the form most commonly associated with innovative project teams” (Tidd & Bessant, 2009, pp. 110).
Improving Teaching and Learning Group Work and Group Assessment UTDC Guidelines G4 Improving Teaching and Learning Group Work and Group Assessment 2004 Edition University Teaching Development Centre Victoria University of Wellington ii Table of Contents Introduction Section 1 Working effectively with groups Planning for group work Establishing groups Scheduling group work Training and guidance Managing the group process Section 2 Assessing group work Section 3 Evaluation and review – reflecting on the quality of the group work Appendices Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Bibliography 1 2 7 11 13 13 14 17 25 27 34 36 45 47 48 iii iv Group Work and Group Assessment Guidelines GROUP WORK AND GROUP ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES Introduction For many years, groups have been used in higher education as a teaching/learning strategy. However, the widespread assessment of group work is a more recent phenomenon. Both group work and its assessment (including self and peer assessment) has been the subject of considerable research and discussion in the higher education literature (e.g., Boud et al., 1999; Nightingale et al., 1996) There are a wide variety of teaching contexts where group work has been shown to enhance student learning. These guidelines are designed to assist teachers to use group work in an educationally appropriate way that also meets the requirements of VUW Assessment Handbook. (see Appendix A for the VUW policy and relevant extract from the Assessment Handbook) These guidelines are divided into three sections.
These students according to Piaget’s theory were at the concrete operational stage where they were in the process of becoming more logical, objective and deductive. The study undertaken for the article showed that having older children as part of the group work session benefited all children in the group. Piaget would have argued that the older students were in the early stages of the formal operational stage where the students have a greater sense of abstract thinking. As Piaget believed development was a universal process, his initial sample sizes were limited,
------------------------------------------------- Exercise 1 Worksheet: Give Your New Classroom First Impressions Michelle Ann Cushman Questions About New Classroom First Impressions | Your Answers | Have you used another online learning platform? If so, how does New Classroom compare? If not, what are your first impressions? | I use the old one when I joined it the first time. It is totally different from the New Classroom it does not compare to it at all.
Have groups trade scenarios and develop strategies to address the situation they were given. Allow ~10 minutes to discuss. 7. Invite groups to present their scenarios and solutions. REFLECTION: Debrief the exercise using questions such as: • How do you usually respond to competition?
(ASSIGNMENT 2: ESSAY 2) Write a structured essay that discusses three (3) interpersonal skills that you consider critical to effective conflict resolution. Include examples to illustrate your answer. Student: Andrew Hotschilt Student ID: 111307 Lecturer: Hilary Haugstetter Subject: International Communication in Business Course: Bachelor of Business (Maritime and Logistics Management) Due Date: 19 April 2010 Word Count: 1898 Abstract Throughout this essay three primary skills: Empathy, Active Listening and Reframing are explored to develop their importance in relation to effective Conflict Resolution. Examples are provided to reveal how the application of these skills can be used to quell emotionally volatile negotiations. This study determines the significant roles of each skill as a founding function for resolving conflict.
DateTask 1 | Action | How | Identified Resources | Comment | Summer-term year 10 | Decide to look at early year's sector. Define what is meant by 'early years' service' and search for a suitable placement that the investigation will be based on. | Secondary research: books, internet, Ofsted website.Primary research: visit local nurseries or schools to where you live. Consult careers officer. | GCSE Health and Social Care text book.
What is my current learning style it was my main question for me especially in this period of my academic life. So it was imperative to know what preference learning for me. Honey (2000) identified a model of learning styles by survey that has four characteristics are Activists, Reflectors, Theorists and Pragmatists. After spending no more than ten minutes answered questions I found my style it was Pragmatist. Consequently, the most important characteristics are learning from activities are best way and implement what learned immediately.
He used his top ten to begin his reading seminars by asking participants to evaluate them and add new ones. His purpose, Williams wrote, was to get teachers to examine their own beliefs. The article had its desired impact on us. Now, years later, they remain as stimulating as when we first read them. Consider, for example, his first two principles: 1.