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1. Research Paper 1: Assessment criteria ASSESSMENT Weighting: Length/Limit: TOTAL 15% Maximum
of 1,000 words (Due: Friday, Week 7) 2 THIS IS AN INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT. Each week, you are
required to engage with the material by writing a short discussion of how the material relates to the topic(s) of
this subject and how it relates to your own personal experience. You create a blog each week, providing
evidence that you have reviewed and engaged with the e-learning activity. These blogs are assessed in the
following way

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2. Blogs are spot checked by your lecturer. 2. By the end of Week 6, students choose their best two blogs and
submit them as an assignment (due Friday Week 6). Each blog should be in two sections: Section 1 List the
key ideas you have extracted from the e-learning activity. Section 2 Apply those ideas to your own
experience or to an organisation you are familiar with. The written report of your two best blogs needs to be
1spaced and has a 1,000 word limit

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HI6005 Discussion Board Week1

In your blog, you should address the following two sections:

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(1) Section 1: list the key ideas you have extracted from the prescribed e-learning activity.

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(2) Section 2: apply those ideas to your own experience, to an organisation you know and to the topic(s) of this
subject.

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Visit the following URLs, and use Questions to consider to guide your thinking.

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Activity 1: Ford and Taylorism

URL:

Questions to consider:

1. Would workers in Australia, America or Europe accept the Taylorism in this form today?
2. Consider the design of scripts for use in Call Centres, can you see Taylorism in that? Explain.
3. This clip is showing history from 100 years ago. Some would say that the world has moved on
and these ideas are out of date. However, could there be parts of the world today for which these
ideas might be just what they need? Explain.

HI6005 Discussion Board Week 2

In your blog, you should address the following two sections:

(1) Section 1: list the key ideas you have extracted from the prescribed e-learning activity.

(2) Section 2: apply those ideas to your own experience, to an organisation you know and to the topic(s) of this
subject.

Visit the following URLs, and use Questions to consider to guide your thinking.

Activity 1: Thomas Friedman on Globalisation; 3 Eras of Globalisation; World is flat

Questions to consider:

1. What would be some of the key drawbacks or risks of living in the flat world of Globalisation 3.0
as Friedman describes it?
2. Do you agree with Friedmans iron rule of the flat world? Explain.
3. Is the level of globalisation uniform across the world? Explain.

Activity 2: Pankaj Ghemawat on Globalisation

URL:

Questions to consider:

1. Has your view on globalisation changed after listening to Professor Ghemawat? Explain.
2. Consider where you have seen the fears that people have about globalisation. Do you think these
fears may subside with some data points that may suggest otherwise?

Activity 3: Online tool to explore different countries 5 dimensions by Hofstede

URL:
Questions to consider:

1. How does the Australian culture compare to other world cultures (eg. Your home country or other
countries that you have visited)?
2. Do you agree with the survey results for the Australian culture? Why or why not?

Activity 4: The myth of national culture Counter argument to Hofstedes work by Professor Brendan
McSweeney at Royal Holloway, University of London

URL:

Questions to consider:

1. Do you agree with Professor McSweeneys view on national cultures? Why or why not?After
viewing the survey result done by Hofstede on your home country, who do you think offers a
more compelling argument on national cultures? Can a single culture be used to determine the
actions of entire population?

Activity 5: Riding the waves of culture Talk given by Fons Trompenaars at TEDxAmsterdam

URL:

Questions to consider:

1. Consider your experience with cultural conflict or culture shock. What were the different
viewpoints that you had to reconcile? And how did you overcome the differences?
2. What would be the benefits of connecting different viewpoints as Trompenaar suggests?

Activity 6: Building a cross-cultural web design for a wider audience (Christian Arno in Design on 22nd
Jun 2010)
URL:

Questions to consider:

1. Can the concept ofHigh and Low Context cultures be applied to other areas of business?
marketing and advertising, PR, customer and supplier relationship management, etc.

HI6005 Discussion Board Week 3

In your blog, you should address the following two sections:

1) Section 1: list the key ideas you have extracted from the prescribed e-learning activity.

2) Section 2: apply those ideas to your own experience, to an organisation you know and to the topic(s) of
this subject.
Visit the following URLs, and use Questions to consider to guide your thinking.

Activity 1: Corporate culture and strategy

URL: Culture clash: When corporate culture fights strategy, it can cost you

Questions to consider:

2. Can you think of any examples where you experienced various culture types (Market, Clan,
Adhocracy and Hierarchy culture)as a consumer to, or employee of, an organisation?
3. If so, what is your evaluation of the aligment between its corporate culture and strategy?

Activity 2: Definition of culture

URL: What is Organizational Culture? And Why Should We Care? http://blo.hbr.org/2013/05/what-is-


organizational-culture/

Questions to consider:

4. Why do you think peoples definition of culture may vary?


5. Which definition of culture do you agree with most and why?

Activity 3: Corporate culture instilled in HRM practices and customer satisfaction

URLs:

(1) Why Zappos Pays New Employees to QuitAnd You Should Too

(2) Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh talks about building a culture-based company

Question to consider:

6. What does building a culture-based company entail?

Activity 4: Toyotas corporate culture and the problem of spreading its culture

URL: MITs Steven Spear Discusses Toyotas Corporate Culture (Interview on Bloomberg TV)

Question to consider:

7. How would you describe Toyotas culture using the seven dimensions of organisational culture
and/ or the Cultural Web?
Activity 5:Cultural web and its use in practice (call centre)

URL: Using cultural models for changing corporate culture

Questions to consider:

8. Do you agree with the authors view on the effectiveness of cultural web model in changing
corporate culture (compared to other models of corporate culture) as presented in the article? Why or why
not?
9. What would be the benefits of using typology type instead?

HI6005 Discussion Board Week 4

In your blog, you should address the following two sections:

1) Section 1: list the key ideas you have extracted from the prescribed e-learning activity.

2) Section 2: apply those ideas to your own experience, to an organisation you know and to the topic(s) of
this subject.

Visit the following URLs, and use Questions to consider to guide your thinking.

Activity 1: Structure and strategy

URL: BCGs Yves Morieux view on Organisation Designx

Questions to consider:

1. Yves Morieux claims that structure follows strategy. Is this always the case?

Activity 2: Holacracy

URL: Zappos just abolished bosses. Inside techs latest management craze

Questions to consider:

1. Whats your understanding of holacracy? How would you describe it compared to bureaucracy
and team-based structure?
2. Discuss howContingency Factors of Organisational Design are at work in the case of Zappos?
3. In what ways do you think innovative culture is related to (agile) organisational structure?

HI6005 Discussion Board Week 5

In your blog, you should address the following two sections:

1) Section 1: list the key ideas you have extracted from the prescribed e-learning activity.
2) Section 2: apply those ideas to your own experience, to an organisation you know and to the topic(s) of
this subject.

Visit the following URLs, and use Questions to consider to guide your thinking.

Activity 1: The Milgram Experiment

URL:

(1) Milgram Experiment

(2) Milgram Experiment replicated in Australia (Psychology study by La Trobe University in the 1970s)

Questions to consider:

1. To what extent would you be capable of inflicting real pain (physical, mental and/or emotional) on
another human being?

Activity 2: Solomon Asch and Group Conformity

URL:

Questions to consider:

1. Does your own personal decision-making always reflect an objective process?


2. Does the desire to be accepted as a part of a group leave one susceptible to conforming to the
groups norms?
3. Identify and discuss situational factors that can enable a group to exert pressure strong enough to
change a members attitude and behaviour.