THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING SUSTAINABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Here are the details, with marking criteria: “”The literature review should contain. (a) A clear and concise account of the different streams of thought about the topic. The different ‘streams’ may be based on different philosophical approaches, different methodological approaches (i.e. empirical versus theoretical, or even econometric versus survey-based analyses), or different outcomes (i.e. one strand of the research argues one outcome, whilst another strand argues the opposite). Note: Identifying the ‘streams’ of thought is designed to simplify the literature search for you and the reader. Consider the case where you read 30 articles (journal articles and books) that are particularly relevant to your topic. If your literature survey is a list of what each article says then this is not helpful to you or the reader because it is impossible to comprehend what each says simultaneously. However, if you separate the 30 articles into a maximum of four (and preferably less than four) streams of thought (i.e. into four groups of similar views) then both you and the reader can comprehend what the profession understands about the topic, what the different views are based on, and whether or not we agree with each of the different groups of views. (b) A short critique of the literature that emphasises which views are particularly relevant to support you answer. In addition, you should indicate how the final assessment will make use of the views highlighted in the literature survey.”” (Final Assessment) A final critical paper reflecting on the challenges of managing sustainable organisations in the modern world, expanding and utilising the initial literature review (4,000 words +/- 10%). A number of case studies are expected to be used and particular examples from recent and current events will demonstrate application of the theory and academic thinking. Grading A – This grade will demonstrate excellence in a critical reflection of sustainable organisations and will include extensive reading out with core texts to form individual opinion. B/C – Very good/ good use of additional reading and referencing that supports critical reflection. D – Sufficient reading and use of core material with minimal additional reading. Indicative solution Assessment 2 It is expected that students will build upon the chosen examples of organisations in CW-1 that have operated a sustainable strategy in the 21st Century, the student can also use examples of organisations whose strategy has failed them and relate it to the module material and strategic management concepts. Use of case studies, strategic management theories, models and concepts with reference to current events will make coursework standout such as the strategic management approach that Thomas Cook adopted and ultimately led to their demise. A conclusion that encompasses the critical reflection with respect to sustainable organisations in the 21st century and brings in consideration of the global economy, ecology and ethics considered.
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