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Assessment TasksNam
Weihting
Hurdle
Due
Case study/analysis
30%
No
Weeks 4-13
Media Report
30%
No
Week 7
Final Examination
40%
No
University Examination Period
Case study/analysis
Assessment Type: Case study/analysis
Indicative Time on Task: 20 hours
Due: Weeks 4-13
Weighting: 30%
The assessment requires students to work in team on a case study, which assesses critical
thinking and analytical skills. Students are required to present their analysis and
recommendations verbally (via a 30 minutes group presentation, worth 15%) and via a 1,400 1,500 words individual report (worth 15%).
a) Individual case analysis report (1,400-1,500): due on the day of your presentation: submit
to Turnitin before your presentation
b) Group presentation (30mins): including 25 minutes presentation and 5-10 minutes
questions/discussions)
Ten student groups will be formed in the first tutorial. Each tutorial will have 30 students
(maximum) and each group will consist of 2 or 3 students. Each of these groups will be allocated
a weekly case to discuss, analyse and present in class. The case allocation will be done in a
draw in the first tutorial. Every student will read the case and come ready for questioning the
presenting group and partaking in discussions led and monitored by the tutor.
The case analysis report should include the following:
A. Introduction.
B. Body. This should include the following sections: identification of major stakeholders and their
problems, objective, and concern, positive and negative views, analysis of alternative solutions,
and recommended solutions.
C. Conclusion. Briefly summarise the essential complexities posted in the case and the
significance of the recommended solutions and managerial implications. Marks will be allocated
to each of these.
D. Referencing. You need to use at least 3 academic articles to support your analysis and
referencing should be in Harvard style.
Formatting requirements:
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The case study analysis report should be 1,400-1,500 words (The word count includes
introduction, body and conclusion, but not references).
•
Page margins should be 2.54 cm (default margin settings) on all four edges.
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Times New Roman font type and font size of 12 points should be used.
•
Double spacing is recommended.
Marking rubrics will be provided on iLearn and more information will be discussed during class.
The case analysis report will be marked and returned one week after submission.
Important Note on Late Submission:
No extensions will be granted. There will be a deduction of 10% of the total available marks
made from the total awarded mark for each 24 hour period or part thereof that the submission is
late (for example, 25 hours late in submission – 20% penalty). This penalty does not apply for
cases in which an application for special consideration is made and approved. Late submissions
will be accepted up to 96 hours after the due date and time.
Turnaround Time
Assignment will be marked and returned one week after the presentation.
Media Report
Assessment Type: Report
Indicative Time on Task: 15 hours
Due: Week 7
Weighting: 30%
The required length of the report is 2,000-2,200 words excluding the cover page and reference
list (you must use at least 7 journal articles as references to support your argument/analysis).
Students will source a media article from the past 12 month on a cross cultural management
topic, online or from any other media source like newspapers, magazines, radio or TV, and
explain, discuss and critique how the article illustrates one or more theoretical principles of cross
cultural management studies and challenges that arise when managing multinational enterprises
in the global market, discuss the identified challenge(s), and provide recommendations which
may address such challenge(s).
News items are expected to be not more than 1,000 words, and must be included with the online
assignment submission. While scanning for relevant articles online please use the chapter topics
from your text book to identify appropriate articles.
All assignments submitted for assessment must adhere to the following standards:
1. Cover Page
For each of the assignment, you must use a cover (or title) page that provides the following
information:
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a) Your full name and student ID number;
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b) Contact details: email address;
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c) Your tutor’s full name;
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d) Your tutorial day and time;
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e) Unit code and name;
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f) Assignment number and assignment title;
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g) An exact word count of the number of words in the body of your assignment. (Use
Word’s Tools menu and click on Word Count.)
2. Presentation of Assignments
Assignments should meet normal academic and professional standards of presentation,
including:
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a) All pages, excluding the cover page, should be numbered;
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b) Page margins should be 2.54 cm (default margin settings) on all four edges and
double spaced;
•
c) Times New Roman font type and font size of 12 points should be used;
•
d) Assignments should be free of typographical and grammatical errors;
•
e) Harvard referencing system should be used.
3. Submission Procedure
Students are required to submit their electronic copy of assessment to Turnitin via the Internet as
part of the submission process for assignment. Your assignment will then be automatically
compared to work of your classmates, previous students from Macquarie and other universities,
with material available on the Internet, both freely available and subscription-based electronic
journals.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Before submission, name your electronic file in a Word document with the correct file name, that
is, your TUTOR’S SURNAME first then YOUR SURNAME, then your student ID WITH ONLY AN
UNDERSCORE FOR SPACING, e.g., WHITE_JONES_20141234. To avoid any potential
plagiarism issues you or your group can submit the assignment more than once up to the due
date.
4. Important Note on Late Submission:
No extensions will be granted. There will be a deduction of 10% of the total available marks
made from the total awarded mark for each 24 hour period or part thereof that the submission is
late (for example, 25 hours late in submission – 20% penalty). This penalty does not apply for
cases in which an application for special consideration is made and approved. Late submissions
will be accepted up to 96 hours after the due date and time.
5. Turnaround Time
Assignment will be marked and returned in Week 8.
Marking rubrics can be seen on iLearn.
Final Examination
Assessment Type: Examination
Indicative Time on Task: 20 hours
Due: University Examination Period
Weighting: 40%
A 2-hour final examination is included as an assessment task for this unit to provide assurance
that the product belongs to the student and the student has attained the knowledge and skills
tested in the exam. The exam contains two parts:
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Case study
•
Short answer questions
Important Note on Late Submission:
•
If students do not sit an exam, 0 (zero) marks are awarded for this assessment.
•
The only exception to not sitting an examination at the designated time in the University
Examination Timetable is because of documented illness or unavoidable disruption. In
these circumstances you may wish to consider applying for special consideration.
•
This penalty does not apply for cases in which an application for Special Consideration is
made and approved. Note: applications for Special Consideration Policy must be made
within 5 (five) business days of the due date and time.

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