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MODULE TITLE: Knowledge Innovation Management
Learning Outcomes addressed:
On successful completion of this module, the student will be able to:
1. Critique the field of Knowledge and Innovation Management, its guiding perspectives, principles and other aspects of this body of knowledge;
2. Assess and evaluate, within the organisational environment, the relationship between knowledge and I innovation;
3. Critically evaluate the importance of organisational learning in relation to knowledge management and the role of information and knowledge sharing within this context;
4. Reflect upon their own knowledge and that of others, and ways of managing or handling this knowledge;
5. Interpret current thinking related to the field of knowledge management.
Evaluate related theory, and suggest how to develop and support a suitable organisational culture for Knowledge Management in an organisation of your choice. Ensure that your arguments are fully supported by a critical literature review.
The essay must include a critical analysis of articles from peer reviewed journals that indicate the current (within the last 5 - 7 years 2009-2016) arguments related to your chosen topic as well as other suitable literature. Over-reliance on web articles would not be considered suitable for this assessment, nor is Wikipedia. Consultancy papers may only be used to develop an existing theoretical argument or as an illustration of practice.
LAYOUT (what do to)
CHOOSE A COMPANY WITH NO KNOWLEDGE INNVOATION MANAGEMENT! Then using three topic say how they can use this in what way.
A. Write a few sentences that lead into the main point of your essayB. End the paragraph with your argument statement (eg 3 main points you are going to support) 1. First point in argument 2. Second point in argument 3. Third point in argument
Paragraph 1 : Knowledge systems(500words)
A. Topic One - First Point in Argument
1. Support your point with either quotations or solid evidence
2. Have at least five sentences
Use SECI model to analysis the point(relate) no definition only evaluation
Paragraph 2 : Communities of Practice (Cop) (500words)
B. Topic Two - Second Point in Argument
Paragraph 3: Trust (500words)
C. Topic Three - Third Point in Argument
A. Write a few sentences summarizing your essayB. Restate your argument and how you proved your point
- DO not use apple or IBM! Choose a company which has no good knowledge management
- First evaluate the theory then suggest how you can develop and support it can help an organisation that we have chosen
- Must have good recommendation on how they can do better also suggest what rivals they are doing and how they are doing good and if your company does this then they can also improve the outcome
- Use articles and discuss whether they agree or disagree with that point
- Use consultancy papers to support your argument
A Guide to the Five Paragraph EssayBy Anne BrooksherDec 11, 2003, 16:22 PST
Writing the Five-Paragraph Essay (adapted) A good, clear format can make any essay easy to write. Structuring your ideas clearly, creating a strong argument statement, and providing lots of support make the essay easier to read. The five-paragraph essay provides a format into which ideas will fit. By using this format you will increase your organisation, your reader`s attention and understanding, and thus your grade. The Five-Paragraph Format The five-paragraph format is a tried and true way to structure an essay. The first paragraph is the introduction. It should include a basic overview of the subject matter, as well as an idea of what will be discussed in the body of the work. The paragraph should conclude with a strong argument. The body of the essay should include approximately three paragraphs, each with one well-developed thoughts. The conclusion will sum up the material covered in the body and restate the argument. By following this basic format, any essay can become easy to write. The IntroductionThe introduction is the first thing a reader sees. It sets the tone for the entire piece by laying out not only what will be written, but also how it will be written. Discuss what the body of the essay will include. This is a brief summary of what the subject is, and your opinion about the subject. Finally, conclude with a directly stated argument. This is one sentence including what the point of the essay is and how you plan on proving it. The Introduction should also contain a ‘road-map’ of the contents to follow. The BodyThe body is the true meat of your essay. This is where you lay out your ideas and make your point. Begin your paragraph with a topic sentence. State the point you`re trying to make in this paragraph, along with how you intend to do that. If there is one thing to remember when writing your essay, it should be SUPPORT, SUPPORT, SUPPORT. Just like the essay has three supporting paragraphs, your paragraph should have three supporting points. All points should include citations ie sources from which your ideas come - references. As long as you support the citation you`ve made, quotes can help you when not used to excess – keep them short and pithy and remember to cite the page number of the reference from which you have drawn them. Conclude the paragraph with a wrap-up sentence revisiting the point of the paragraph. ConclusionEnd your essay as neatly as you can. Restate the argument you laid out in the introduction. Talk about the points you`ve made in the essay and to what conclusion those points ultimately lead. This is a great opportunity to look back over your essay and see whether you met the promise of your argument. Did you discuss all the things you planned to? Did you support each with evidence from the text? Finally, did the things you wrote about in your essay point to one ultimate conclusion? The conclusion is the last chance you have to make your point. Make the piece as memorable as possible. Good luck!
Five paragraphs is clearly insufficient for a 2000-2500 word essay – think instead about 5 sections.
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