Profit and Loss Account

Wong Manufacturing Company

Problem Statement:

You need to consider how you will identify the range of issues and problems in the following problem statement:

Wong Manufacturing Company (WMC) ©Wong Manufacturing Company

Please Note:  this problem statement is fictional.  Any resemblance to actual names and places is purely coincidental.  The case problem is for the advanced study of MBA and Masters Students studying Leading Organisational Change.

WMC is a 55 year old company founded by Sofea Wong (with financial assistance and business guidance from her parents) in the early 1960s in Malaysia.  The principle business is in manufacturing and selling wholesale cotton and wool fabric to local retailers and buyers, including designers in Malaysia.  Before setting up her manufacturing business, Sofea had travelled the world and spent about 10 years in Australia studying and working in the Australian textile industry in Sydney and rural New South Wales.  It is from this experience that Sofea developed relationships with cotton and wool growers and saw an opportunity to source high quality cotton and wool raw materials from Australia and use these to create a high quality fabric manufacturing business in Malaysia.  Despite taking advantage of Malaysia’s lower cost wages, Sofea had always paid her staff above the local wage regulations which quickly earned her respect from her employees.  She also gained respect and admiration from local retailers and designers.  Sofea had established a highly successful local company based on strong family values that had always been well respected.

Sofea’s employees always enjoyed working for her and she had created and implemented many employment reward systems that were ahead of her time.  She implemented sick leave, holiday pay, rostered days off and child minding facilities as her workers were from poorer working families.  Tradition and tales about the company were perpetuated over the years to the extent that Sofea became a larger-than-life personality and everyone knew about her early years and beginnings of the company.  Everyone knew how she worked hard and how she treated all staff like family members.  There were many media articles and events that favoured Sofea and her successful business.  The WMC factory in Kuala Lumpur had grown to a workforce of over 1000 workers throughout the 1970s.  However, by the mid 2000s staff numbers had been substantially reduced to about 600 employees.  It was at this time that Sofea was suffering ill-health and was forced to hand over her business to her daughter Hana.

Hana had grown up in this business and knew all aspects of manufacturing.  Both Sofea and Hana made business decisions together and they employed the same business practices.  Like her mother, Hana had the respect of all employees, suppliers, retailers and designers.  During this time, the common business characteristics were high quality manufactured fabrics using unique fabric processing in manufacturing of high quality wool and cotton from rural New South Wales Australia.  All of WMC’s sales were to local industry retailers and local designers with consistent employee and customer loyalty and with relatively slow but consistent growth.  Since, the mid 2000s WMC has been challenged by increasing low-cost – high polluting suppliers from other countries exporting poor quality and low cost fabrics and garments in high volumes into Malaysia.  All of this has had an impact on the perception of quality, manufacturing, excessive pollution and reduced safety and employee standards – both in Malaysia and from importing countries.  The high pollution and environmental impacts of all manufacturing was being discussed at industry level and in the media.

To assist Hana operate the business she employed her two children: her daughter Mira and son Ryan.  Both siblings had been educated in Malaysia and at Sofea’s insistence – they completed Masters of Business Administration degrees in Australia.  In addition to their formal education, Ryan had also completed a post graduate degree in fashion design in Sydney.  In more recent times, Mira had been more vocal for change at WMC and Ryan had supported a move to increase the value-added component of design, customer reach and product depth from essentially large-batch production of cloth to making designer clothing for larger international markets.  This meant forward integration by not only manufacturing the textile cloth, but also moving to a new manufacturing stage of making and supplying retail firms with designer garments. To accommodate this change in manufacture, the siblings decided that a more environmentally efficient production that will reduce energy and water consumption, reduce waste, and implement recycling of products was the key to improving efficiencies at WMC.  Mira and Ryan were very keen to be socially and environmentally responsible and increase awareness through their actions.   Mira had introduced to the Board Members the idea of exporting to China, Japan and Indonesia the large-batch production output while simultaneously supplying designer and retail outlets across the world.  In this discussion, they portrayed their idea of a new and revised manufacturing plant with improved technology that would reduce their environmental ‘footprint’ and promote environmentally sustainable outcomes at WMC.

This conflicted somewhat with the view that cheap imports would hold sway and that customers wanted low-cost products from China and Bangladesh with the Board often pointing to low-cost retailers such as Cotton-On in Australia and JC Penny in the United States of America (USA).  Mira and Ryan were persistent in pointing out the opportunities for WMC to sell directly to customers via the web and to implement business to Business (B2B) relationships with quality seeking buyers and the opportunity to provide products that considered the environment in its production.

Ryan had also highlighted the increasing need for more visibility at Malaysian Fashion Week attracting up to 50,000 clients.  Increasingly, Mira had identified problems with manufacturing safety and control issues and pollution in countries like Bangladesh with major brands such as Benetton in Italy, H&M from Sweden, Nike, JC Penny and Walmart in the USA, David Jones and Myer in Australia seeking alternative suppliers.  According to Mira, WMC could take advantage of their name by building new relationships with retailers and designers since many were looking for long-term relationships of quality suppliers and the reliability that comes with large volume fabric and garment production.  Mira and Ryan were also wanting to influence their suppliers to assist them to consider their environmental impact as well.  Basically, Mira and Ryan were trying to drive growth and increase spending (in the short term) to implement environmentally sound production practices and this has led to disagreement with Board members.  At stake was WMC’s traditional approach to manufacturing positioned around large-batch production in cotton and wool textiles and fabrics to making designer and retail garments – without consideration of the natural environment!  This promoted many Board members to comment privately that Mira and Ryan were trying to be “too smart too soon” arguing the company would not cope.  Similarly, product and manufacturing change needed to be supported by dramatic staff decreases and management restructuring to stream-line cost and efficiency, manage two-way product stretches between the old and new production, improve their environmental impact while tackling competition from other suppliers.

While Hana and Sofea were immensely proud of their children and grandchildren, in a short period of time they had created mayhem in the management ranks prompting local analysts to downgrade the value of company stock and medium to long-term outlook.

Task Required:

Based on less than perfect information supplied about the WMC problem statement, you are required to act as an external change consultant to assist WMC address the issues and challenges:

  1. Develop at least five (5) realistic assumptions that you can add to the issues and problems expressed. These might typically be related to management, change processes, managerial information systems, technology, competitors, Customer’s and so on.  Use at least two (2) sentences to describe each assumption (200 words).Referring to Hayes (2014) Chapter 3 and Stoughton & Ludema (2012) discuss how WMC anticipated the need for change. Which typology of change (using Figure 3.4 Types of Organisational Change p56) might best describe the approach that WMC should adopt?  (600 words).
  1. With reference to the indicators of effectiveness (Hayes 2014 Chapter 4), explain how WMC has or has not been effective and discuss how this can be improved. (600 words)
  2. In reference to Hayes (2014) Chapter 10 and Malhortra & Hinings (2015) Reading 9 discuss the importance of enlisting support from key stakeholders. What advice would you give to WMC at this time? (600 words)

Please note:  use a minimum of 10 references (including the one’s listed above) to support your answers.

MGT 8033 Case Study 1 Marking Criteria Sheet

Name:Student Number:Mark:      / 100
CRITERIAFAIL
Less than 50%
PASS
50% – 64%
CREDIT
65% – 74%
DISTINCTION
75% – 84%
HIGH
DISTINCTION
85% and over
TOTAL
Task 1:

 

Develop at least five (5) realistic assumptions that you can add to the issues and problems expressed.  These might typically be related to management, change processes, managerial information systems, technology, competitors, Customer’s and so on.  Use at least two (2) sentences to describe each assumption (200 words).

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s.

 

Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered.

Misunderstood the task focus. Included mostly irrelevant material.

 

Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines).

Basic to fair understanding of task/s.

 

May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies.

 

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing if used.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical points pertaining to the task.

 

Rudimentary assumptions discussed.

 

Assumptions are realistic and believable given the case scenario.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing if used.

Strong understanding of the task/s.

 

Assumptions are appropriate and will add to the case discussion.

 

Assumptions are clear throughout the case analysis and inform the discussion.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing if used.

Unequivocal understanding of the task.

 

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent assumptions derived  from the case to support answer.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing if used.

MARK  / 15<7.57.5 – 9.69.8 – 1111.25 – 12.612.8+
Task 2:  

Referring to Hayes (2014) Chapter 3 and Stoughton & Ludema (2012) discuss how WMC anticipated the need for change.  Which typology of change (using Figure 3.4 Types of Organisational Change p56) might best describe the approach that WMC should adopt?  (600 words).

 

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s. Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered. Misunderstood the assignment focus. Included mostly irrelevant material. Did not use the prescribed text/journal articles as the primary theory source.  No integration of theory to the case example.  Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines). Included less than the prescribed number of credible theory sources (peer reviewed books, journal articles).

Limited examples from the case to support answer.

Inaccurate Harvard AGPS referencing style

Basic to fair understanding of task/s. May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies in theory.

Included some additional references although integration of all or some of these references needs improvement.

 

Citations were mostly from the text/prescribed journal readings

Included some irrelevant material.

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical analysis of some relevant issues pertaining to the task.

Rudimentary critical analysis. Maybe minor inaccuracies in theory/ies.

Good use of examples from the case to support answer.

 

Uses the full number of prescribed references,

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing

Strong understanding of the task/s.  Answers all parts very well.

 

Clear evidence of wider reading.  References are well integrated into the discussions.

Very good use of examples from the case to support answer.   A good selection of scholarly sources.

Accurate Harvard  AGPS referencing

Unequivocal understanding of theory/ies.

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent examples from the case to support answer.

 

Goes beyond the prescribed number of references.

 

References well selected, interpreted & clearly integrated.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing.

MARK / 25<1212.5 – 1616.5 – 18.519 – 2121.5+

 

Task 3:

 

With reference to the indicators of effectiveness (Hayes 2014 Chapter 4), explain how WMC has or has not been effective and discuss how this can be improved.  (600 words)

 

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s. Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered. Misunderstood the assignment focus. Included mostly irrelevant material. Did not use the prescribed text/journal articles as the primary theory source.  No integration of theory to the case example.  Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines). Included less than the prescribed number of credible theory sources (peer reviewed books, journal articles).

Limited examples from the case to support answer

Inaccurate Harvard AGPS referencing style

Basic to fair understanding of task/s. May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies in theory.

Included some additional references although integration of all or some of these references needs improvement.

 

Citations were mostly from the text/prescribed journal readings

Included some irrelevant material.

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical analysis of some relevant issues pertaining to the task.

Rudimentary critical analysis. Maybe minor inaccuracies in theory/ies.

Good use of examples from the case to support answer.

 

Uses the full number of prescribed references,

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing

Strong understanding of the task/s.  Answers all parts very well.

 

Clear evidence of wider reading.  References are well integrated into the discussions.

Very good use of examples from the case to support answer.   A good selection of scholarly sources.

Accurate Harvard  AGPS referencing

Unequivocal understanding of theory/ies.

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent examples from the case to support answer.

 

Goes beyond the prescribed number of references.

 

References well selected, interpreted & clearly integrated.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing.

MARK / 25<1212.5 – 1616.5 – 18.519 – 2121.5 +
Task 4:

In reference to Hayes (2014) Chapter 10 and Malhortra & Hinings (2015) Reading 9 discuss the importance of enlisting support from key stakeholders. What advice would you give to WMC at this time?  (600 words)

 

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s. Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered. Misunderstood the assignment focus. Included mostly irrelevant material. Did not use the prescribed text/journal articles as the primary theory source.  No integration of theory to the case example.  Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines). Included less than the prescribed number of credible theory sources (peer reviewed books, journal articles).

Limited examples from the case to support answer

Inaccurate Harvard AGPS referencing style

Basic to fair understanding of task/s. May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies in theory.

Included some additional references although integration of all or some of these references needs improvement.

 

Citations were mostly from the text/prescribed journal readings

Included some irrelevant material.

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical analysis of some relevant issues pertaining to the task.

Rudimentary critical analysis. Maybe minor inaccuracies in theory/ies.

Good use of examples from the case to support answer.

 

Uses the full number of prescribed references,

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing

Strong understanding of the task/s.  Answers all parts very well.

 

Clear evidence of wider reading.  References are well integrated into the discussions.

Very good use of examples from the case to support answer.   A good selection of scholarly sources.

Accurate Harvard  AGPS referencing

Unequivocal understanding of theory/ies.

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent examples from the case to support answer.

 

Goes beyond the prescribed number of references.

 

References well selected, interpreted & clearly integrated.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing.

MARK / 25<1212.5 – 1616.5 – 18.519 – 2121.5 +
Structure, written expression and presentation.

 

Poor structure and lacking logical progression of the theme.  A lot of irrelevant content. Not adhering to assignment requirements.

 

Excessive spelling, grammatical errors, poor syntax. Poorly presented, a lot of typing errors.

 

Not all required information included eg. page numbering and line spacing.

 

Over or under word count.

 

No or few references.  Did not conform to Harvard AGPS referencing format.

Some evidence of structure and progression of theme.

Theories not clearly integrated.  Might have minor irrelevant content.

 

Fair understanding of grammar, sentence & paragraph construction. Some spelling or typing errors. Margins too small/big cluttered or stark appearance.

Evidence of structure and progression of theme. May have some patches where theories need better integration.

 

Sound level of fluency in writing (may have one or two awkward sentences). No obvious errors in spelling, grammar or syntax.

 

Well presented.

Clear structure and progression of theme. Well constructed case study that reinforces important key issues.

 

No irrelevant content.

 

Clear and fluent writing.

 

Professional presentation (not overdone).

Structured, critical; argument; excellent progression of theme.

 

Excellent development and flow of argument paragraph by paragraph.

No irrelevant content.

Well constructed and crafted piece of work, a pleasure to read.

Professional presentation (not overdone).

MARK / 10<5 5 – 66.5 – 77.5 – 88.5 +
General comment:

 

 

 

 

 

Individual Case Study 2

Description

 

Mark

out of

 

Wtg%Due dateNotes
Individual Case Study 2 (2000 words)

 

Strict adherence to the word limit is essential with a 10% margin either way – only.

 

10045Thursday 12th October

2017

See below

You should write the case study in such a way that you start your answers from line 1.  That is, there is no need to large introductions that we see in essays.  You should apply the principles you have learned from the lecture material/tutorials/readings that are specific to the case study.  Case Study 2 answers should be written in narrative form (i.e. sentences must be used, avoid bullet points), and should be 2000 words, give or minus a 10% margin only and single spaced.  Each case study should be referenced by including a list of references at the end of the case.  More marks are gained by the quality of research applied in practice and the overall quality of the answer.  Please Note: Overall word count does not include Tables and Figures which you are free to use if required. You should include in your case study:

  1. A template for Case Study 2 has been provided on the study desk. It includes: cover sheet with your Name, Student Number, Course Name, Lecturer, Semester and Date of Submission and the Marking Criteria Sheet;
  1. Your assignment should be submitted using the Study Desk via the Turnitin link – which has been provided;
  1. Please quote the relevant texts and readings to support your answers. Answers in the narrative section of your case answers unsupported by readings will be regarded as guesswork and generalisations and will not pass the case assessment;
  1. If you feel you need to attach some other interesting report or facts not required in the main body of your case answer, please add this as an appendix. Then in your text close to where you discuss this, you should add in brackets (please refer Appendix 1) – for example.  Pleas see the Style Guide below for how to use references in your case studies.  Task/Questions for the case can be found at the conclusion of the case.

Individual Case Study 2

Use the WMC case information from Case Study 1.Task Required:

Based on your analysis of WMC in Case Study 1, you are now required to continue your external change advice to WMC.  Case Study 2 requires you to identify theories that will assist with change intervention ideas to solve the company’s range of change issues. 

Use the same list of issues and assumptions from Case Study 1.  However, if needed, add additional relationship and behavioural assumptions based on less than perfect information as follows:

  • Based on Hayes (2014) Chapter 9 and Battilana, Gilmartin, Sengul, Pache & Alexander (2010) journal article, identify appropriate leadership approaches and competencies when implementing planned organisational change at WMC. (700 words)
  • Based on your analysis of WMC, what types of interventions will assist and improve organisational effectiveness? Discuss in relation to Hayes (2014) Chapter 16.  (650 words)
  • Using Hayes (2014) Chapter 27 and Branmark & Benn (2012) Reading 8,  discuss how WMC can sustain change?  How will strategies be identified and problems addressed.  (650 words).

Please note:  use a minimum of 10 references (including the one’s listed above) to support your answers

MGT 8033 Case Study 2 Marking Criteria Sheet

Name:Student Number:Mark:      / 100
CRITERIAFAIL
Less than 50%
PASS
50% – 64%
CREDIT
65% – 74%
DISTINCTION
75% – 84%
HIGH
DISTINCTION
85% and over
TOTAL
Task 1:  

Based on Hayes (2014) Chapter 9 and Battilana, Gilmartin, Sengul, Pache & Alexander (2010) journal article, identify appropriate leadership approaches and competencies when implementing planned organisational change at WMC.  (700 words)

 

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s. Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered. Misunderstood the assignment focus. Included mostly irrelevant material. Did not use the prescribed text/journal articles as the primary theory source.  No integration of theory to the case example.  Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines). Included less than the prescribed number of credible theory sources (peer reviewed books, journal articles).

Limited examples from the case to support answer.

Inaccurate Harvard AGPS referencing style

Basic to fair understanding of task/s. May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies in theory.

Included some additional references although integration of all or some of these references needs improvement.

 

Citations were mostly from the text/prescribed journal readings

Included some irrelevant material.

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical analysis of some relevant issues pertaining to the task.

Rudimentary critical analysis. Maybe minor inaccuracies in theory/ies.

Good use of examples from the case to support answer.

 

Uses the full number of prescribed references,

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing

Strong understanding of the task/s.  Answers all parts very well.

 

Clear evidence of wider reading.  References are well integrated into the discussions.

Very good use of examples from the case to support answer.   A good selection of scholarly sources.

Accurate Harvard  AGPS referencing

Unequivocal understanding of theory/ies.

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent examples from the case to support answer.

 

Goes beyond the prescribed number of references.

 

References well selected, interpreted & clearly integrated.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing.

MARK / 30<1515 – 1919.5 – 2222.5 – 2525.5 +
Task 2:

Based on your analysis of WMC, what types of interventions will assist and improve organisational effectiveness?  Discuss in relation to Hayes (2014) Chapter 16.  (650 words)

 

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s. Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered. Misunderstood the assignment focus. Included mostly irrelevant material. Did not use the prescribed text/journal articles as the primary theory source.  No integration of theory to the case example.  Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines). Included less than the prescribed number of credible theory sources (peer reviewed books, journal articles).

Limited examples from the case to support answer

Inaccurate Harvard AGPS referencing style

Basic to fair understanding of task/s. May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies in theory.

Included some additional references although integration of all or some of these references needs improvement.

 

Citations were mostly from the text/prescribed journal readings

Included some irrelevant material.

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical analysis of some relevant issues pertaining to the task.

Rudimentary critical analysis. Maybe minor inaccuracies in theory/ies.

Good use of examples from the case to support answer.

 

Uses the full number of prescribed references,

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing

Strong understanding of the task/s.  Answers all parts very well.

 

Clear evidence of wider reading.  References are well integrated into the discussions.

Very good use of examples from the case to support answer.   A good selection of scholarly sources.

Accurate Harvard  AGPS referencing

Unequivocal understanding of theory/ies.

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent examples from the case to support answer.

 

Goes beyond the prescribed number of references.

 

References well selected, interpreted & clearly integrated.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing.

MARK / 30<1515 – 1919.5 – 2222.5 – 2525.5 +
Task 3

 

Using Hayes (2014) Chapter 27 and  Branmark  & Benn (2012) Reading 8,  discuss how WMC can sustain change?  How will strategies be identified and problems addressed.  (650 words).

 

Lacks a demonstrated understanding of the task/s. Not all issues relevant to the task/s have been answered. Misunderstood the assignment focus. Included mostly irrelevant material. Did not use the prescribed text/journal articles as the primary theory source.  No integration of theory to the case example.  Included irrelevant sources (web pages, study books, articles from magazines). Included less than the prescribed number of credible theory sources (peer reviewed books, journal articles).

Limited examples from the case to support answer

Inaccurate Harvard AGPS referencing style

Basic to fair understanding of task/s. May not have answered all the issues relevant to the task. May be some irrelevancies and or inaccuracies in theory.

Included some additional references although integration of all or some of these references needs improvement.

 

Citations were mostly from the text/prescribed journal readings

Included some irrelevant material.

Only minor errors in Harvard AGPS referencing.

Sound understanding of the task.

 

Answers all parts of the task but still misses critical analysis of some relevant issues pertaining to the task.

Rudimentary critical analysis. Maybe minor inaccuracies in theory/ies.

Good use of examples from the case to support answer.

 

Uses the full number of prescribed references,

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing

Strong understanding of the task/s.  Answers all parts very well.

 

Clear evidence of wider reading.  References are well integrated into the discussions.

Very good use of examples from the case to support answer.   A good selection of scholarly sources.

Accurate Harvard  AGPS referencing

Unequivocal understanding of theory/ies.

Excellent critical analysis of relevant issues pertaining to the task/s.

 

Excellent examples from the case to support answer.

 

Goes beyond the prescribed number of references.

 

References well selected, interpreted & clearly integrated.

 

Accurate Harvard AGPS referencing.

MARK / 30<1515 – 1919.5 – 2222.5 – 2525.5 +
Structure, written expression and presentation.

 

Poor structure and lacking logical progression of the theme.  A lot of irrelevant content. Not adhering to assignment requirements.

 

Excessive spelling, grammatical errors, poor syntax. Poorly presented, a lot of typing errors.

 

Not all required information included eg. page numbering and line spacing.

 

Over or under word count.

 

No or few references.  Did not conform to Harvard AGPS referencing format.

Some evidence of structure and progression of theme.

Theories not clearly integrated.  Might have minor irrelevant content.

 

Fair understanding of grammar, sentence & paragraph construction. Some spelling or typing errors. Margins too small/big cluttered or stark appearance.

Evidence of structure and progression of theme. May have some patches where theories need better integration.

 

Sound level of fluency in writing (may have one or two awkward sentences). No obvious errors in spelling, grammar or syntax.

 

Well presented.

Clear structure and progression of theme. Well constructed case study that reinforces important key issues.

 

No irrelevant content.

 

Clear and fluent writing.

 

Professional presentation (not overdone).

Structured, critical; argument; excellent progression of theme.

 

Excellent development and flow of argument paragraph by paragraph.

No irrelevant content.

Well constructed and crafted piece of work, a pleasure to read.

Professional presentation (not overdone).

MARK / 10<5 5 – 66.5 – 77.5 – 88.5 +
General comment:

 

 

 

 

 

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