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Module Code BAE_4_LDP
Module Title LSBU Discovery Project
Lecturer Ann Healey
% of Module Mark 50%
Distributed 25/01/22
Submission Method Submit on Moodle
Submission
Deadline
2:00pm on Wednesday 11th May 2022
Release of
Feedback
Feedback will be available online by
Wednesday 1st June 2022
Release of Marks
Provisional marks will be available in the
Gradebook on Moodle from
Wednesday 1st June 2022
Assessment:
PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.

SUBMISSION & ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS:
You must submit your Word Document by 2pm on Wednesday 11th May 2022 on
Moodle.

This assignment is an individual assignment where you will reflect on your decisions,
actions, thoughts and professional development, throughout your group work within
this module.

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You must submit a reflective report of 1,500 words on the development of your
professional skills throughout the LSBU Discovery Project module.

To complete this coursework, you must:

1. Write a short introduction that explains the importance of professional
development and outlining the main aims of the report.
2. State the importance of being able to identify and solve problems in business
and explain how you developed your problem-solving skills in this module.
You must provide evidence of any frameworks or processes that you used, in
your Appendix.
3. Explain and evaluate the project management skills you have learned through
the module. You must provide evidence of any project management
frameworks or processes that you have used in your Appendix.
4. Explain how coaching skills can be used to support both individual and team
success and evaluate your use of these skills through the module to ensure
yours and your team’s success.
5. Write a short conclusion explaining your key learning from this module as
identified in your report.

ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS

1. You must use Microsoft Word to submit your report.
2. Your report should have a cover page, that has the title of the module and
Coursework 2. You should not put your name or student ID on the cover
page.
3. After the cover page, you should have a table of contents that reflect your
numbered headings throughout.
4. For the main body of your report, all text (excluding headings) should be black
Cali
i or Arial font style, size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. Headings should be
larger and may be black or blue.
5. References start on a new page after the report and MUST be done in LSBU
Harvard style (full guides are on the LSBU Li
ary pages online).
6. Your MUST have an Appendix with evidence of your activities throughout the
module, where you have developed your professional skills.
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Assessment Details:
Type: Report
Resources: Background reading and resources are stated
elow the marking ru
ic.
Word Count and
Formatting
Work submitted should fall within 10% of the 1500
words required (between 1350 and 1650 words).
For every 150 words above 1650, a 5% mark
penalty will be imposed.

Work should have a cover page, table of contents
and appropriate headings throughout.

Font should be black, regular, Arial or Cali
i, size
12, with 1.5 line spacing with the exception of
headings, which should be larger, and may be blue
or black.

All students should submit an Appendix, with
evidence of the activities completed within the
module.

Work must be referenced, and neither the refrence
section nor the appendix will not count towards the
overall word count.

Referencing: Harvard Referencing should be used, see your
Li
ary Subject Guide for guides and tips on
eferencing.
Regulations: Make sure you understand the University
Regulations on expected academic practice and
academic misconduct. Note in particular:
▪ Your work must be your own. Markers will be
attentive to both the plausibility of the sources
provided as well as the consistency and
approach to writing of the work. Simply, if you
do the research and reading, and then write it
up on your own, giving the reference to
sources, you will approach the work in the
appropriate way and will cause not give
markers reason to question the authenticity of
the work.
▪ All quotations must be credited and properly
eferenced. Paraphrasing is still regarded as
plagiarism if you fail to acknowledge the source
for the ideas being expressed.

TURNITIN: When you upload your work to the
https:
libguides.lsbu.ac.uk/subjects/home
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www.lsbu.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/84347/academic-regulations.pdf
http:
www.lsbu.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/84347/academic-regulations.pdf
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Moodle site it will be checked by anti-plagiarism
software.
Learning Outcomes
This assessment will fully assess the following learning outcomes for this module.
• Apply idea generation techniques, and critical thinking to identify key issues
and, develop, evaluate, select and communicate solutions to issues within a
usiness project.
• Evaluate, elect and apply key project management techniques and tools such
as PID, WBS, Gantt Charts, CPA to a business project.
• Evaluate and reflect upon decisions and actions to respond more effectively to
changes in the business environment
• Identify, develop and apply effective and appropriate coaching techniques to
enable successful team development and management skills including
awareness of personality differences and sensitivity to cultural norms.


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Assessment Criteria and Weighting
Marking criteria have been developed to help tutors give you clear and helpful feedback on your
work. They will be applied to your work to help you understand what you have accomplished, how
any mark given was a
ived at, and how you can improve your work in future.


Assignment 2 Criteria and Weighting


Each task is being marked according to the following ru
ic:


Task Mark
Allocation

Introduction
• Explanation of the importance of professional development
• Aims of the report clearly stated


10%

Reflection on the development of professional skills

2. Problem solving skills
• Explanation of the importance of identify and come up with new
solutions to solve business problems. Explanation of you developed
problem solving/ideas generations skills for in this module.
• Appendices must be included, providing evidence of the completion
of problem solving/ideas generation activities within the module (e.g.
problem analysis, ideas generation techniques, and any other
elevant activities)





20%

Reflection on the development of professional skills

3. Project management skills
• Explanation and evaluation of the project management skills you
have learned through the module.
• Appendices must be included, providing evidence of the completion
of project management skills within the module (e.g. Gantt Chart,
Project Initiation Document, and any other relevant activities)


20%

Reflection on the development of professional skills

4. Coaching skills
• Explanation of how coaching skills can be used to support both
individual and team success. Evaluation of your use of these skills
through the module to ensure yours and your team’s success.
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• Appendices must be included, providing evidence of the development
of coaching skills within the module (e.g. Effective questioning, goal
setting, the GROW model and any other relevant activities)


Conclusion

• Conclusion provides an accurate summary of the key learning from
the report


10%

Academic skills

• Word count within 10% of 1500 words (not including table of
contents, headings, references or appendices)
• Work logically developed and clearly explained
• Use of co
ect grammar
• Use of appropriate academic sources
• Use of citations where appropriate to acknowledge sources, linked to
eferences in Harvard style
• Use of Appendix with evidence to support claims. Appendix refe
ed
to in the report.
• Co
ect format of report with cover page, table of contents,
appropriate headings, references and appendices
• Use of consistent font through (Ariel or Cali
i, size 12) with 1.5 line
spacing
• Where appropriate, use of clearly labelled and cited academic
images that support understanding of content



20%


Please note that all marks go through a rigorous and fair moderation procedure which involves
oth internal moderation and moderation from an external examiner.

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How to get help

We will discuss this Assessment Brief in class. However, if you have related
questions, please contact me Ann Healey email XXXXXXXXXX as
soon as possible.

Resources
Core Reading:
Boysen-Rotelli, S XXXXXXXXXXAn introduction to professional and executive
coaching. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing

Simon, P. and Mu
ay-Webster, R XXXXXXXXXXStarting out in Project
Management. 3rd ed. Buckinghamshire: Association for Project Management

Pallas, J XXXXXXXXXXThe Perfect Little Project Management Toolkit: the only tools
you need to start managing successful project teams, today!! Atlanta: JD
Pallas Consulting, LLC

Optional Reading:

Cottrell, S XXXXXXXXXXCritical Thinking Skills: Effective analysis, argument and
eflection. 3rd ed. London: Palgrave

Schroeder, B XXXXXXXXXXSimply Brilliant: powerful techniques to unlock your
creativity and spark new ideas. New York: AMACOM

Schroeder, B XXXXXXXXXXSimply Brilliant: Powerful Techniques to Unlock Your
Creativity and Spark New Ideas. New York: American
Management Association

Li
ary support for students:
You are encouraged to book additional workshops to learn how to find
esearch materials and reference them: MyLSBU > Li
ary > Events and
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Answer To : i need this assignment within 2 days please . Please follow all the instructions mentioned in...

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LSBU Discovery Project
Coursework 2
Name:
Student ID:
Table of Contents
1. Introduction…………………………………………………………………….. 3
2. Reflection on the development of professional skills……………………… 3
2.1 Problem Solving Skills………………………………………………. 3, 4
2.2 Project Management Skills…………………………………………. 4, 5

2.3 Coaching Skills………………………………………………………. 5, 6
3. Conclusion……………………………………………………………………... 6, 7
References………………………………………………………………………… 8
Appendix…………………………………………………………………………… 8, 9
1. Introduction
Professional Development (Boysen 2018) is refe
ed to as continuing education and training after the professional (i.e., person) has entered the workforce, this is done to develop new and updated skills, to stay up to date with the trends, and last, but not least keep advancing in their career.
Professional development is important because it allows the people in the workforce to stay updated with the latest trend and skills. Not only this but many professional certifications require continuous professional development to renew the licence or certification.
Professional development is very important and aims for the following:
· Update your skills to keep them updated
· Increase efficiency
· Keep you competitive with the new workforce
2. Reflection on the development of professional skills
2.1 Problem Solving Skills
Problem-solving skills are the most important skills in professional development because they allow the professional to solve the complex business problem that arises regularly. Problem-solving skills are part of professional development because these skills need to be updated regularly with the new technologies as they are needed to come up with a new solution to solve the problem at hand.
Importance of problem identification
Problem identification is the most important part of problem-solving because this sets up the need for the techniques that will be used to solve the problem. Problem identification is done using problem analysis (Appendix 1). Also, because problem identification is the first step therefore it is very crucial to start the design process by proper identification of the problem and solving the problem.
Importance of new solutions
After the problem identification, the next step is to design a solution, and new solutions are something which become more and more important because new problems require new solutions and this is only done through the continuous ideas generation, which is then selected and implemented to solve the problem.
Skills developed in the module
The problem-solving skills (Carpenter 2020) developed in the module are very helpful and the skills developed are:
· Problem Analysis
· Decision Making
· Communication, Team building
· Research
The above-mentioned skills are the must which should be developed by every professional because they are important at each career level where new problems keep popping up and solutions are required.
2.2 Project Management...
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