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Assignment instructions Module report assessment Please upload to Turnitin and the VLE virtual submission box by due date. Late work will be marked per University Regulations. Due Date: 30.4.2021 (Please note: This work is worth 90% of your total final module mark.) Report submitted to: Turnitin Feedback Studio – Link on Moodle  Report Task You are required to undertake research on two innovative organisations in the same sector (for example, BMW and Toyota) who have headquarters in different countries. You will write a 4,000 word report on the management of innovation in those organisations that must include the following sections: 1.    An introduction to the two organisations and some of their main innovative end results. 2.  Map and critique the innovation space of the two organisations setting out existing practice (i.e. outputs/outcomes). 3.  Critically discuss the innovation strategy and management process employed in the organisations using Tidd and Bessant’s 4 step model (search, select, implement and capture). 4.  Identify recommendations to improve the innovation management of the two organisations. 5.    Provide a short conclusion to your innovation report assignment. Key Points 1. Individual Work You are to work individually. 2. Research approach You should find the required information on the organization via secondary/desk (i.e. web, journal articles) research. Where needed you can use primary research to fill in any knowledge you are missing from secondary sources. You must clearly provide evidence to support the critical discussion in your report. English language sources are preferable, non-English sources are acceptable as long as a translation of the reference is provided. 3. Writing the Report Write up your work in a report format.  Your report should explicitly include all the items listed in the marking schedule below.  It should be a maximum of 4,000 words in length. The word count excludes the following: references, appendices, table of content. Please include the word count on the title page.  3.1 Report format  Front cover includes: module title and number, matriculation number, word count, report title Layout: 1.5 spacing, font arial, font size 12, pages are numbered.  4. Referencing & Plagiarism It is essential that you provide appropriate referencing to avoid both the impression of plagiarism or that you are fabricating work.  Please refer to ‘Be wise, don’t plagiarise’ at  Referencing criteria are also listed on Moodle. Please follow the APA referencing system. If you have any further questions related to referencing please ask your module leader, tutor or the Business school librarian. 5. Turnitin You are required to submit the final version of your report to Turnitin Feedback Studio, the process is as follows: As Turnitin may be new to you, please review the instructions on the site well in advance of the due date to ensure you understand the process. The link to Turnitin will be available on Moodle. You will be able to upload drafts and you can submit as many drafts as you like (a new draft simply overwrites the previous submission) until the due date for the final report. (Please Note: the generation of an ‘Originality Report’ by Turnitin can take up to 24 hours). Please ensure that your last submission to Turnitin is identical to the final copy of your work, therefore upload the final version of your work to the final submission inbox for Turnitin only when satisfied that it will not be changed.Please do not use Turnitin facilities in other modules, as this will show up as matched text. If you have any questions on the use of the submission system please ask your module leader or tutor well in advance of the submission date.  Additional Guidance  This component is an academic assignment and should be written in an appropriate style (e.g. using 3rd person) You are required to present using a clear coherent structure.You are required to use the APA referencing style (6th edition) throughout and can find guidance on this via the library a word count should be provided on the front cover of your report.  Please refer to your programme moodle page or email for details on late submission penalties and procedures. Guidance on answering multiple choice questions As part of your module assessment, you will be answering multiple choice questions for ten of the study units. The following is some advice regarding how best to do this. Read all the relevant class materials carefully, trying to work out what the text is covering and the main points conveyed. At this stage you should be focussing on the key points and the main thread of the arguments. Underline what appear to be the key points or topic sentence(s) in each section as you read.Then work through each of the multiple choice questions in each of the 10 learning units in turn. Think through your answer(s) before you indicate what you consider to be the correct response.Do not expect to get all the questions right, even if you are aiming for a good mark. Concentrate on the question in hand. Do not become distracted by the questions you have passed over or have not yet done. Do not panic. Some of the questions are designed to be challenging even for the best of students. If you are unsure, opt for the answer you first thought was right.Marks are not deducted for incorrect answers but only given for right answers, so make sure you attempt an answer for all the set questions.None of the multiple choice questions are designed to trick you as you can see from this sample multiple choice question: Which of the following is not associated with successful implementation of innovation projects? Systematic process for progressing new productsEarly involvement of all relevant functionsCross-functional team workingHigh salaries for R&D directors. From reading the class text and study guide you will be able to identify that the right answer is D because high salaries for R & D directors is not normally associated with the successful implementation of innovation projects.


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