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3001EHR Negotiation




Question;GRIFFITH BUSINESS SCHOOL;Department of Employment;Relations and Human Resources;3001EHR Negotiation;Negotiation;Plan;?;This piece of assessment is worth 20% of;the total marks for this course.;?;The assignment is due on Wednesday 10;December 2014at 10:00amon-line;via Turnitin through the course;website.;Instructions;Submit your completed assignment in Microsoft;Word format on-line via Turnitin.;No hard copy submission is required to your Tutor or the Library.;Use Font Size 11 or 12 in Arial style;for your typed assignment with 1.5 line or double line spacing.;Use a footer containing your name;student number, tutor?s name, tutorial time, course name and course code.;APA or Harvard Referencing is;required. Consistency in;referencing is essential. Follow;the referencing style guide to ensure compliance with all of the;formatting requirements.;Plagiarism will be reported and;appropriate penalties imposed.;Assessment;Item: Negotiation Plan;Weighting: 20%;Length: 1,000 words (excludingreferencelist) plus or;minus 10% as per standard university policy.;Due: Wednesday 10 December 2014 at 10:00am via;Turnitin.;Assessment Requirements;With;your group member(s) plan how you intend to approach the Dairy Company;workplace negotiation exercise.;You should address each of;these issues in drafting your Negotiation Plan;Which are the most important issues for your group? Why?;Which are the least important to your group? Why?;Which overall strategy are you intending to adopt, ie distributive or;integrative? Why?;Which specific strategy are you intending to adopt in relation to each;issue? Why?;When will you use these strategies, ie which phases or in relation to which;issues? Why?;Discuss some of the tactics you anticipate using and why.;Identify the issues where conflict is likely to arise and discuss how;you intend resolving such conflict.;When;answering the ?why? sections of the above use the textbook and other academic;sources to justify your approach.;You must use a minimum of 5;academic references in your Negotiation Plan.;Please note that one of these references may include the textbook.;Format;The Negotiation Plan must be in;essay format;(not report format) using complete sentences and paragraphs. Headings are acceptable and encouraged. This is an individual assessment;submission NOT a group submission.;Structure;Introduction: a succinct outline of the;aims, purpose and structure of the paper and short summary of conclusions;reached. An introduction in papers of this length is usually only one or two;paragraphs. Your introduction must;include your reflection (analysis) and a brief discussion of why you will;argue this way in your essay.;Body of the paper: the analysis. The social;sciences technique of analysing involves more than just describing what;happened. In this course, it is used to explain;why events occurred, and to suggest implications;of the events. The purpose of conceptual literature generally in the social;sciences is broadly twofold: to predict and/or explain. The analysis in this;paper must use the negotiation conceptual literature to answer the question. It;is useful to critically evaluate the literature according to your experiences;of negotiation in the classroom ? did your experiences differ from the analysis;in the literature? If so how? Rely on your own observations, but ensure that;you support them by referring to the academic literature.;Conclusion: Some concluding statements;which summarise your overall evaluation. It should be a paragraph which;restates your argument and sums up your principal conclusions in the paper. The;conclusion should not introduce any new material or quotes.;Referencing;The;in-text citations and reference list for your essay should be consistent. You;should use a minimum of 5 academic sources. Below in this;document is an explanation as to different types of sources. It will help you;understand what is and what is not considered an academic source. Please speak to your tutor or the convenor if;you are still unsure. Students may use some non-academic sources in the essay;if they choose, but should still include a minimum of 5 academic sources for the essay to be acceptable. Students should;attempt to go beyond the text and materials provided on the Learning@Griffith;Course Website.;Please;note that references to Wikipedia or other non-academic sources are not;acceptable for analysis. Non-academic online references may only be used to;illustrate examples or comparisons, and must include the URL and details in;accordance with the guidelines.;Students;may choose either of the Harvard or APA referencing style. Information on both the Harvard and APA style;of referencing is available on the Learning@Griffith Course Website under the;link to the GBS resource bank.;Extensions;Students must contact their tutor;in the first instance. Documentary evidence that complies with University;policy must be provided. Pressure of work commitments will not be accepted;as a reason for an extension.;Feedback;on Assessment;The;marking of your assignment will be on-line using Turnitin with comments and a;mark provided.;Return;of Assessment Items;Students can access their;feedback and mark through the link on the course website through Turnitin. All assignments will be marked on-line and;accessible to students once released.;Academic;Misconduct;Please refer to the University?s;Course Website and the Course Profile for information on university policies;regarding academic misconduct such as plagiarism.;Academic Reference Books;Typically include;?;Textbooks;?;Government;reports and other publications;?;Quality;reference books by respected academics;Information from these sources may be used to provide a;structure for your argument and evidence to support it. The structure will help;your reader understand the development of your argument.;Academic Peer Reviewed References;Typically should be the;most cited and can include;?;Peer;reviewed journal;?;PhD;dissertations;Peer reviewed journal articles summarise the insights and learning;gained from solid detailed research on specific issues. Use these articles to;support or to critically analyse the issue you have presented with your;background. The research done by another author presents an alternative;approach that may be more effective. Your critical analysis will examine the;potential of the different approaches.;The;Reference Desk team in the library are available to help you find suitable;references on the particular issue you are considering in your assignment.;Background/Descriptive References;Typically include;? Company;websites, annual reports and media releases;? Professional;association and industry magazines or other publications;? News;articles;These may be used to provide a specific example of a;company or explanation of industry practice.;Wikipedia or similar online encyclopaedias are not;acceptable resources. Lecture slides are also not appropriate sources to;reference.


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