This online quiz will assess your knowledge of key content areas (Week 1 & 2 content) and to identify further support needs. For successful completion of the quiz, you are required to study the material provided (lecture slides, tutorials, and reading materials), engage in the unit’s activities, and in the discussion forums. The prescribed textbook is the main reference along with the recommended reading material.
Students are required to provide a written constructive criticism or judgement on a given topic by the lecturer. The assessment includes the following key components:
1. Conduct literature review around the business ethics and corporate social responsibility of small or multinational businesses.
2. Critically evaluate the ethics and corporate social responsibility practices of the case organisation selected by the lecturer.
3. Analyse the ethics issues and utilise the relevant theories (e.g. Decision Making Model, Stakeholder Theory) to improve decision making for the chosen organisation.
The business report format is required for the individual assignment.
The headings and subheadings are strongly recommended to structure the business report. The Harvard Referencing Style is required. For detailed requirement, please refer to the guidelines of how to write Business Report and academic writing style. It is strongly recommended to review SLS learning Enhancement Section in APIC Canvas. The link of Business Report Guideline was provided in the assessment section of this subject in the Canvas.
Assessment Details: Student will be doing debate on the topics provided by the Lecturer. Each group need to debate for 30 Minutes. There will be 3-4 students in one group. Debate Guideline Students should form a group with a maximum of four students in a group. The group will be given a topic to debate. The Group has to prepare the debate and the arguments to support their position before the assessment day. Debate Preparation
• Take notes and prepare logical arguments.
• Gather supporting evidence and examples for position taken.
• Anticipate counter arguments and prepare rebuttals.
• Within your team, plan order and content of speaking in debate Debate Structure Debate opens with the affirmative team (the team that supports the resolution) presenting their arguments (15 minutes), followed by a member of the opposing team (about 15 minutes). This pattern is repeated for the second speaker in each team. Finally, each team gets an opportunity for rebutting the arguments of the opponent. Debate Rules
• There cannot be any interruptions. Speakers must wait for their turns.
• Speakers should speak slowly and clearly.
• Members of the audience should be given an opportunity to ask questions and to contribute their own thoughts and opinions on the arguments presented.
• Speakers must debate respectfully and enthusiastically.
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