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MMM132: Management
Trimester 2, 2013
Essay (Individual)
Assignment Details
• DUE DATE: CloudDeakin dropbox submission recorded before
12.00 noon Friday, 23 rd of August, 2013
• Assessment marks: This assignment is worth 20 marks, which is
20% of your final grade.
• Word limit: 2,000 words (+ or – 10%; excluding References and
Title Page).
• Sources: You need to have a minimum of 6 academic sources.
Out of these sources you must use at least two of the essential
readings and two additional readings from topics, 1, 2 and 3 on
CloudDeakin. (You can use more than two essential and two
additional readings, if you want, as it might lift your grade.)
• Citations and references: all ideas from reading sources must be
correctly cited and referenced using the Deakin author-date
(Harvard) system.
• Return of marked assignments: 15 clear working days after the
submission day is the Deakin standard for assignments to be
marked and feedback returned to you.
• Learning Outcomes: On completion of this assignment students
should be able to:
o demonstrate a critical understanding of some of the historical
evolution of management,
o critically analyse a range of issues facing managers in
contemporary organisations, and
o produce clear written arguments around specific
management issues.
The learning objectives in the Assignment 1 Grade Form (rubric)
are designed to test the learning outcomes.
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BACKGROUND
This task is centred on multiple topics- 1-3 – of the unit. The
assignment draws firstly from concepts presented in the essential reading,
Jaffee, D. (2001). 'The rise of the factory system' Organization
Theory: Tension and Change, McGraw Hill, Boston, pp. 42-63,
but the assignment allows you to draw on the critical thinking theme of
other essential readings as well.
Frederick Winslow Taylor, the ‘father’ of Scientific Management,
presented management as a discipline that involves the calm and
systematic tasks of planning, organising, leading, and controlling. Such a
view of managing can certainly help us to understand some of what
managers do. However, others such as Jaffee (2001) have questioned
whether scientific management is really just a system for controlling
workers.
TASK
Write an essay in which you discuss the major advantages and
disadvantages of Scientific Management in the past and the present.
The essay should arrive at a conclusion about whether Scientific
Management is appropriate in workplaces today for effective
management in general and for worker motivation in particular.
Details of the assignment follow.
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HOW TO PRESENT AND FORMAT YOUR ASSIGNMENT
Your paper should have the following sections.
2. Introduction (Approximately 200 words)
A good introduction includes these aspects:
- A background of the topic,
- the aim/purpose of the essay, and
- the approach you will take and the overall essay structure.
3. Body: (Approximately 1600 words)
The body of the essay should:
- Summarise, with reference to the readings, the standard
definition of Scientific Management and who has contributed to
the field,
- explore how the minimum of 6 academic sources, including the
two essential readings and two additional readings, weigh up
the advantages and disadvantages for management generally,
and what the effects are on worker motivation specifically.
- Explain how Scientific Management may be viewed differently
from the past to the present day.
- Explore the context of management situations and consider
whether what happened in the past could ever apply again
today.
4. Conclusion (Approximately 200 words)
Wrap and sum up the findings of your research about Scientific
Management’s appropriateness in workplaces today for effective
management in general and for worker motivation in particular. This will
require you to summarize the core arguments and explicitly link back to
the essay question.
5. References: You are expected to prepare for the assignment by reading
and citing at least 6 academic references with a minimum of two
essential and two additional readings from topics 1, 2 and 3. The rest
of the references can be other essential readings, other additional
readings, text books, and other peer reviewed journal articles. You can
also use more than two essential and two additional readings, if you want.
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You must choose at least any two of these essential readings
Jackson, N and Carter, P (2006). ‘Chapter eight. Self in
Rethinking Organisational Behaviour: A Post-Structuralist
Framework’ , 2 nd ed, FT Prentice Hall.
Jaffee, D. (2001). 'The rise of the factory system' Organization
Theory: Tension and Change, McGraw Hill, Boston, pp. 42-
63.
Mintzberg, H. (1971). ‘Managerial Work: Analysis from
Observation’ Management Science 18(2), pp. 97-110.
You must also choose at least any two of the additional readings listed
under topics, 1, 2 and 3 in the CloudDeakin leaning resources for this
unit.
Peer reviewed journal articles are available through the Deakin
University Library database collection e.g., Business source premier, ABI
Inform, Expanded academic ASAP, Emerald Management Xtra.
Wikipedia, answers.com and other personal opinion or social
networking websites are NOT permitted. Assignments that cite these
websites will be returned not assessed.
Use the Harvard/Author date method of referencing, NOT footnotes or
endnotes.
♦ Additional Information
♦ Use a 12 pt print font. The assignment should be 1.5 line spaced with
an extra line space between each paragraph.
♦ Please use page numbers and indicate at the end of your assignment
the total number of words of your paper.
♦ The following sections are not included in the word count:
o Title Page
o Reference List.
ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Make sure you have saved your essay under a correct file name AND
that the document is either a .doc, or .docx format. No other file
format is accepted.
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e.g.
YourStudentID_MMM132_A1essay.doc
or
YourStudentID_MMM132_A1essay.docx
2. Submit your essay via the Assignment Submission box (hard copy
submission not required).
PLEASE NOTE:
• You may retrieve your submitted assignments and resubmit, up until
the due date/time.
• Assignments are on time if they are submitted via CloudDeakin
before the due date/time.
• Do not email your assignment to the Unit Chair, Campus Co-
ordinator or Tutor. Email submissions will not be assessed as it is a
breach of procedures.
• Requests for Special Consideration require supporting
documentation and must be emailed to the Unit Chair before the due
date. If necessary, please consult the Special Consideration rules at:
http://www.deakin.edu.au/current-students/study-support/special-
consideration.php
LATE SUBMISSIONS
A 5% penalty of the total marks of the assignment (1 marks/day) for up to
one week (30th August) will apply for all late assignments (without an
approved extension). This includes the weekends. After one week, 30th
August, any assignment submitted late, without an extension will not be
marked. These will be held until final grading and may be taken into
consideration in a pass/fail situation.
EXTENSIONS
Extensions may be granted on the grounds of illness or special
consideration (not foreseen possibilities like travel time taken for work).
If you need an extension please discuss this with the unit chair as soon as
possible. A medical certificate must accompany any extension requests
based on illness.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF REFERENCES
A reference is necessary when:
• another writer is directly quoted,
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• the ideas of another person are rephrased, whether in writing, on
the web or orally as in interviews and lectures,
• research findings are reported, or
• a claim is made.
Students must not present the work of others (authors or students) as their
own. Plagiarism is intellectual theft. Providing the source of all material
used in an essay in a reference shows that you have read widely, and that
you have properly acknowledged the work of other authors’. Students’
website plagiarism is increasing in number. You need to be very aware
that markers nowadays can easily detect website plagiarism through
various means. Further, it is your responsibility to take “proper care in
safeguarding” your work and make “all reasonable efforts to ensure”
that your “work is not able to be copied."
A REMINDER ABOUT PLAGIARISM
Definition:
Any one of the following is classified as plagiarism:
a. the submission of an answer that is substantially similar to an
answer submitted by another student in the same, or earlier years,
either at this or another University
b. the submission of an answer that is not substantially the student's
own work (or, in the case of joint work, not substantially
undertaken by the individuals named as having undertaken the joint
work)
c. the submission of an answer that contains substantial quotations
from other works, such as books or journals, without appropriate
reference to the source.
Please note that (a) applies not only to the student who has copied an
assignment, but also to the student from whom the answer was copied.
The piece of work that you finally submit should be your own: it should
contain your ideas and be written in your own words.
Consequences
Any student who (i) copies or otherwise uses the work of another person
or (ii) allows another person to copy or otherwise use his or her answer
when both are completing the same or similar assessment will either lose
credit for that assessment, the subject, or be disciplined in some other
way.
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MMM132 Assignment 1 Grade Form (Rubric)
Learning objectives
Performance Indicators
Needs significant
improvement
Basic understanding with
areas for improvement
Good comprehension,
demonstrating some potential
for excellent work in the
future.
Very good work,
demonstrating a sound
conceptual, critical, and
logical approach to essay
Excellent work,
demonstrating originality
and exceptional mastery
of material.
Find information appropriate to the task
from a minimum of 6 academic sources
including at least two of the essential
readings and two additional readings from
topics, 1, 2 and 3.
(max. 4 marks)
Fewer than the required
sources used.
(0 marks)
Exactly the required sources
used.
(2 marks)
The required sources plus up to
2 additional good academic
sources applied with clear
comprehension in relation to the
essay.
(2.5 marks)
The required sources plus
up to 4 additional good
academic sources with a
well-developed ability to
apply them in all
arguments.
(3 marks)
The required sources plus
up to 6 additional good
academic sources applied
in exceptionally
perceptive and original
ways throughout the
essay.
(4 marks)
Essay Structure:
Evaluate and organise information in a
logical and coherent way. This means:
•  Clear argument
•  Introduction
•  Sections
•  Conclusion
•  Paragraphs
•  Logical Flow
(max. 4 marks)
The essay is not
properly organized
around a core argument
that relates to the essay
topic.
(1 marks)
The essay is organized in
a basic way around a core
argument that relates to
the essay topic.
(2 marks)
The essay is well
organized around a core
argument that relates to
the essay topic.
(2.5 marks)
The essay is very well
organized around a core
argument that relates to
every element of the
essay topic.
(3 marks)
The essay is
exceptionally well
organized around a
core argument that
relates to every
element of the essay
topic.
(4 marks)
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Analysis and Argument:
Critically analyse and synthesise the
information gathered using three
topics.
Draw relevant ideas and examples
from the readings and use these to
analyse the issues under discussion
rather than merely describe or
summarise.
(max. 4 marks)
The essay falls below an
acceptable standard of
analysis, understanding
and knowledge for this
level of study
(1 marks)
The essay shows general
understanding with limited
ability to analyse critically
and/or evaluate
(2 marks)
The essay demonstrates clear
comprehension, sometimes
perceptive, capable of critical
analysis and synthesis
(2.5 marks)
The essay demonstrates a
well-developed ability to
handle conceptual material,
to assess arguments
critically, and to present
thoughts clearly and
cogently; some indications of
originality
(3 marks)
The entire essay is
perceptive,
frequently original,
and critical in
assessment and
analysis,
demonstrating
exceptional rational
thinking and
synthesis.
(4 marks)
Skills of Expression and Academic
English:
Communicate information
Accurately through the use of good
academic English, grammar, expression
and sentence construction.
(max. 4 marks)
Unsatisfactory academic
English and expression,
which may include:
Extensive spelling
and/or grammatical
errors and gaps in logic.
(1 marks)
MMM132: Management代寫
Basic academic English and
expression, which may
include: basic understanding
of spelling, grammar,
sentence and paragraph
structure with many areas for
improvement of flow.
(2 marks)
Sound academic English and
expression in many but not all
sections of the essay, which
will include: Frequently good
spelling, grammar, logic, and
sentence and paragraph
structure.
(3 marks)
Very good expression, flow
and academic English in
nearly all parts of the essay.
(3.5 marks)
Exemplary expression,
flow and academic
English throughout the
entire essay.
MMM132: Management代寫
(4 marks)
Referencing and acknowledging your
sources of information.
Refer to information
sources accurately.
Correct Harvard style (author-date)
referencing both in the body of the essay
and in the reference list at the end.
(max. 4 marks)
Unsatisfactory attempt
to use the Harvard
method. There are few
or no references used
within the body of the
essay, or the references
used are mostly
inaccurate in-text and in
the reference list.
(1 marks)
MMM132: Management代寫
Basic use of the Harvard
method, and there may be
some errors in both style and
content in-text and in the
reference list.
(2 marks)
References are used within the
body of the essay well and are
in many cases accurate and in
the correct Harvard format in-
text and in the reference list.
(2.5 marks)
References are used very
well within the body of the
essay to support the points
made and in almost all cases
are accurate and in the
correct format in-text and in
the reference list.
(3 marks)
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Professional exemplar.
References are used
exceptionally well and
accurately throughout
the whole essay in-text
and in the reference list.
(4 marks)
 

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