Reflective Portfolio

Reflective Portfolio

Order Description

Throughout the studies on this unit I was asked to keep notes (c. 150 – 200 words) on each textbook reading and journal article that was set for lecture reading,

workshop reading or essay preparation. These notes should provide an overview of the material read, its meaning, what you learned from it (what was new to you or used

in a way which was used in a different way to that which you had experienced in the past). The notes should also provide an overview of specific issues for which you

require greater explanation or clarity. If any of these questions have been answered the notes should include the answers that you have found. These notes, together

with your initial submission that you submitted in October will form your reflective portfolio.

1. Title with where it is cited (and page/ chapter number) as header.

2. Outline key points of interest

3. Key learning you have accessed through the reading (what you have learnt from it)

4. Key issues for which you need further clarification (what difficulties you faced)

5. Word limit between minimum 135 words to maximum 220 words

In total there are 10 sections that you will need to submit. These are listed below:

Portfolio Tasks
Journal readings (x4)

Burnes, B and Cooke, B (2013) Kurt Lewin’s Field Theory: A Review and Re-evaluation. International Journal of Management Reviews Volume 15 (4): 408-425

Cooper, DJ; Hinings,B; Greenwood, R and Brown, JL (1996) Sedimentation and Transformation in Organizational Change: The Case of Canadian Law Firms. Organization

Studies 17(4): 623 – 647

Hofstede, G; Neuijam, B; Daval Ohayv, D and Sanders, G (1990) Measuring Organizational Cultures: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study Across Twenty Cases.

Administrative Science Quarterly. Vol 35 (2): 286-316 [N.B. This reading is required for your notes AND for your essay as well]

Roethlisberger, FJ (1948) Human Relations: Rare, Medium, or Well-Done? Harvard Business Review Volume 26 (1): 89 – 107

McSweeney, B (2002) Hofstede’s model of national cultural differences and their consequences: A triumph of faith – a failure of analysis. Human Relations Vol 55 (1):

89–118 [N.B. This reading is required for your notes AND for your essay as well]

Textbook readings (x5)

McAuley et al. (2013) Organization Theory: Challenges and Perspectives (Page references are to the 2nd edition. You may also use the 1st edition) Pgs. 9-48 (Chapter 2:

Organization theory: what is it, and why does it matter? 1st edition title – Introducing organization theory: what is it, and why does it matter?)

McAuley et al. (2013) Organization Theory: Challenges and Perspectives Pgs. 49-91 (Chapter 3: Modernist organization theory: back to the future? 1st edition title is

the same)

And McAuley et al. (2013), (Chapter 4: Neo-modernist organization theory: putting people first? 1st edition title is the same) Pgs. 92-138

McAuley et al. (2013) Pgs. 178 – 222 (chap 6: From classical beginnings to new-wave leadership and management: the evolution of management theory 1st edition title –

The evolution of management as reflected through the lens of modernist organization theory).

McAuley et al. (2013) Pgs 223 – 260 (chap 7: Post-modernist organization theory: new organizational forms for a new millennium? 1st edition title is the same).


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