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Organisational Behaviour (MNG82001)
Assignment 1 (Part C) – Guidelines and Marking Criteria
Title: Assignment 1 (Part C) – Literature Review
Marks: 20 (which is 20% of the unit grade)
Due: Prior to 9am Monday 15th April, 2019 (Week 7).
Task: Undertake a Literature Review (1500 words +/- 10%) on – ‘Strategies for Building Organisational Commitment’.
The review is to focus solely on refereed academic journal articles.
Note: Students should make themselves fully aware of the penalties that may be applied for cases of Academic Misconduct, such as submitting work that is not their own. Access this document for further information.
Purpose: As students of Organisational Behaviour it is important that you are able to effectively identify, collate and disseminate credible information on a range of issues that have strong theoretical and/or practical relevance to the field. Such information will often provide the basis for effective planning and decision-making.
Format: The single ‘word’ document (i.e. doc. or docx) submitted for this assignment is to contain the following components and formatting features:
- Assignment ‘Title Page’ – identifying the unit name & code, assignment title, student name & ID, your Tutor, Campus location, and the word count of the review. This is a document that students develop themselves; i.e. there is no ‘Title Page’ template. Note: An Assignment Coversheet is not
- Content; i.e. your Literature Review (1500 words +/- 10%). Reviews that exceed 1650 words will be returned to the student for editing and resubmission.
- Develop a ‘catchy’ Title; one that signals the central theme or focus of the review. Thereafter you can include any subheadings that might help to effectively structure the discussion. No Table of Contents is required.
- In-text and Reference List skills must be demonstrated (use the School-preferred referencing style).
- The report is to include a minimum of six distinct references from academic journals. You may cite your textbook and sources identified in it but they do not contribute towards the reference count. Quoting is only permitted when providing the definition of a concept. Paraphrase all other information that you obtain from your various sources.
- Reference List. Note: this content is not included in the word count.
Adopt the following formatting features for your document:
- Apply page numbers. The ‘Title Page’ should not be numbered. Page 1 comes after the ‘Title Page’.
- Font style: Times New Roman, 12pt, justified, 1½ line spacing.
- Margins – top and bottom to be 2.54cm. Left and right to be 2.54cm. No page boarders.
- Spelling – if using a Microsoft package, specify Australian English language/grammar when running your spell-check.
- Writing and grammar must conform to the standards of a professional report.
 Students are required to retain copies of all articles cited in their LR. Markers may request them and if not provided, a substantial penalty may be applied.
 Pdf documents will not be accepted.
 It is particularly important that you provide the library database weblink for each article in your Reference List.