Demonstrate a critical approach to management theories, Project Management

Your Integrated Management Project will be marked initially by a tutor. The marked project may then moderated by another tutor to ensure consistency between markers. A sample of the Integrated Management Projects is periodically sent to the external examiner to ensure that consistency is maintained over time and that the quality of projects meets externally validated benchmarks. Your project will be judged on the following criteria:

  • presentation of a coherent report leading logically through various sections from the objectives to the conclusions and recommendations
  • the appropriateness of the methods of investigation used and the quality of any data collected and presented
  • the skill with which the data is analysed and the appropriateness of the methods used for the analysis
  • the practicability of the recommendations
  • the ability to meet the IMP requirements
  • the skill with which concepts, models and frameworks introduced on the MBA programme are applied in the project
  •  the quality of the presentation
  • the range of literature and sources consulted outside the course material
  • the amount of creativity exhibited in the choice and development of strategy
  • the ability to demonstrate a critical approach to management theories and to reflect retrospectively on their application and to adapt them to your own needs
  • the ability to demonstrate how the Integrated Management Project links with your personal development objectives Following the formal assessment procedure, you will receive electronically comments and feedback, which will also include your grade for the Integrated Management Project.

Your Integrated Management Project will be graded according to the marking scheme for the Henley MBA. To achieve a pass, you require a grade of D- or above (equals 50% or above) for the IMP and an overall mark of 50% on Stage 2 of the MBA, or Postgraduate Diploma, as a whole.

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