Assessment Overview: After reading the file provided you need to document the change conducted by you, describe all analyses undertaken and providing recommendations for implementation. This report will be done of a professional business standard. THIS SHOULD INCLUDE: *** INTRODUCTION: to the client, you, your project, the rational for the report and the report structure. *** EXTERNAL ANALYSIS AND STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS: external environmental analysis- macro environmental trends affecting organisation in areas o politics, economics, social-cultural, technology (which refers to knowledge, skills and technology). who are the external stakeholders (everyone sitting outside the organisation). EVERY POINT MUST BE REFERENCED TO RELIABLE SOURCE AND RELIABLE STATISTICS *** OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS (DROP OUT OF EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS): Assessment details 1000 word limit!!!! EXCLUDING EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, TABLE OF CONTENTS, BIBLIOGRAPHY/REFERENCE LIST AND APPENDICES. The report will outline a change initiative that you believe will add significant value to your client organisation. The value of your change initiative must be demonstrated in the report. Significant value may be achieved by identifying a significant problem, issue or opportunity that requires organisational change to address it. Relevant theory in supporting the analysis and recommendations must be included and be referenced correctly. REPORT FORMAT: *** Times or Times New Roman, 12-point size *** Single line spaced *** 4 cm margin on both sides and on the top and bottom of each page ASSESSMENT CRITERIA must contain: 1. *** scoping and identification of research topic- clearly scoped topic and clearly identified change project. *** identification and analysis- all key issues are expertly identified *** application or relevant theories- Scholarly demonstration of critical analysis of theories and models – critical use of sources – Highly proficient and scholarly use of a wide range of relevant sources of knowledge or data – scholarly application of theories and models ***recommendations and conclusions – Scholarly justification of decisions using a wide variety of sources – Logical argument developed in a scholarly fashion and supported by evidence – Conclusion draws argument together in an influential and scholarly manner – Considerable evidence used to expertly support arguments *** written communication and referencing- – Proficient in paraphrasing key comments and sparing use of direct quotations – report is set out in an expert and scholarly manner. – Scholarly use of correct language throughout

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