MAS3567 : Advanced Human Resource Perspectives – HRM Assignment
Academic integrity is an adherence to five fundamental values: honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility in all work. Academic integrity is fundamental to the operation of all scholarship, whether it be original research or undergraduate assignments. It ensures that proper credit is given to those who do the work and that their intellectual contribution is acknowledged. It ensures that proper evaluation and feedback of performance can be given, and it buttresses the worth and reputation of academic awards on the basis they have been honestly earned. Murdoch University regards academic integrity as a fundamental value of student learning. It requires all students enrolled in the University to adhere to academic integrity in fulfilling each assessment task.
The University regards most seriously any acts of dishonesty relating to assessment of University courses and research. This includes plagiarism, unauthorized collaboration, examination misconduct, theft of other students’ work and misconduct in research. Acting unfairly or dishonestly in assessment is defined as misconduct under University statute.
a) To present a Human Resources Change Report with 10 sections, each dealing with a different critical task for the success of the change program.
b) In a group, present your findings to an examiner, and respond to the panel’s questions to explain and justify the positions you adopted in the report.