effective management practices in organisations operating in an unpredictable business environment and look at risk leverage as specific point .

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title: effective management practices in organisations operating in an unpredictable business environment and look at risk leverage as specific point .

– research paper. Two parts A and B .
– part A: literature review. Part B: case study.
– focus on risk leverage with the title.
The paper should include :
-title page.
-table of contents with page numbers.
-introduction.( should clearly set out objectives, context, content and structure of the work).
-literature review.( should be well structure , should be critical and analytically rather than merely descriptive, should relate discussion to hospitality sector , depth of research).
-case study.( provide broad outline of the organisation being examined(max.1 paragraph), provide a brief methodology section regarding primary research undertake critically review the case in relation to the literature themes).
-conclusions.( conclusion drawn and their implications assessed).
-layout/organisation, referencing/bibliography, appendices. coherence and cohesion , perfect grammar.
-list of references/bibliography. (at least 20 references , prefer between 2010-2014 years).
-word count for part A and part B is 1500 words each. Total 3000 words( not including title page ,table of contents, list of references and appendices).

part A: should address the main issues and area of debate in the literature, particularly drawing from refereed journal article.

part B: requires students to select a hospitality organisation of their choice and apply/discuss how it is addressing the issue /themes that were explored in part A.

students are required to undertake some limited primary research ( e.g.an interview with a senior manager of your chosen organisation or undertake a small survey). student will need to briefly address the methodology undertaken and should include for example, an interview theme sheet or a questionnaire as an appendix.