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MN6066, Practice of Management, Theme 3: Personal Development / Assignment 03: Personal Creativity Plan (PCP)

MN6066, Practice of Management, Theme 3: Personal Development / Assignment 03: Personal Creativity Plan (PCP)

Distribution: w/b Monday 29th March, Week 22 / Submission: Friday 12th May 2021, 3pm (Week 27), via Turnitin

Background:

Throughout our module and course, we have studied academic development, professional development, management theory and practice, management psychology, critical theories, creativity theories, and completed psycho-metric tests.  The idea behind all this is to link them to you personally, to allow you to reflect on your own personal, academic, professional, and creative abilities, and how they can be developed in your future professional career as a manager.  Everyone is different, so this is a highly personal and individual assignment. 

Task:

Using, applying, and referring to each of the items and tasks we have completed in Theme 3: Personal Development, plus referring to your previous pair / team tasks where appropriate, and your *Essential Additional Online Readings* (see below), your task is to produce an individual Personal Creativity Plan (PCP), 2,000-words, following this structure:

Introduction: (approx. 200 words), where you explain, with examples, what you have done this year in your Module and Course overall to develop your academic, professional, personally, and creatively, and as a potential manager.

Main Body:

Reflection on the Theme 3 tasks and materials: (approx. 500 words), where you explain, with examples, what you have learned from the tasks / theories / materials we have covered in Theme 3, and how they can help develop creativity in you and your team colleagues now and in the future (refer to Amabile / Rogers / http://www.testmycreativity.com/ https://mycreativetype.com/).

(ii) Reflection on team-work: (approx. 500 words), where you explain, with examples, how you have contributed to your pairs / teams throughout the Module in Theme 1 and Theme 2, what you have learned from your teams / pairs, and how you can influence creative team development in the future (refer to Amabile / Rogers / http://www.testmycreativity.com/ https://mycreativetype.com/ plus appropriate items under *Essential Additional Online Readings*).

(iii) Personal Creativity: (approx. 500 words), where you explain, with examples, how you plan to continue your own Personal Creativity (PC) in the future, beyond your studies, and into your life-long creative professional career (you can refer to Amabile / Rogers / http://www.testmycreativity.com/ / https://mycreativetype.com/ plus items under *Essential Additional Readings*,  plus items and materials from anywhere on the Module and your Course).

Conclusion: (approx. 200 words), where you explain, with examples, how studying business management theories, critical and creativity theories, management psychology, and using psycho-metric tests, can help develop you and your colleagues academically, professionally, and creatively, and as a potential manager (you can refer to Amabile / Rogers / http://www.testmycreativity.com/ / https://mycreativetype.com/ plus items under *Essential Additional Readings*, plus items and materials from anywhere on the Module and your Course).

Notes:

- Use Arial 11, 1.5 spacing, and follow the Harvard system of referencing, see: https://student.londonmet.ac.uk/media/london-metropolitan-university/london-met-documents/professional-service-departments/library-services/referencing/HarvardReferencingGuideFull2016-05.pdf

-  You must refer to and reference the wide range of the items / materials / tasks / theories / assignments we have covered throughout the MN6066 Module.  Do not outside of these MN6066 items and materials.

-  You must also make use of visuals, such as graphs, images, tables, and charts, to enhance your written text – that way, your PCP will be much more visually appealing.

*Essential Additional Online Readings*:

Pedler, M et al (2013) A Manager’s Guide to Self-Development, 6th Edition, McGraw-Hill, available FREE as an e:book via the London Met Library, at:

https://www.vlebooks.com/Vleweb/Product/Index/419851?page=0

Personal Development, Chartered Management Institute (CMI), at:

https://www.managers.org.uk/knowledge-and-insights/research/personal-development-planning/

Royal Society of Arts (RSA), Carl Rogers, Creativity, and the RSA, at:

https://www.thersa.org/blog/2014/09/carl-rogers-creativity-and-the-rsa

Spungin, J and Furgason, L (2019) Re-learning Creativity for Business Impact, at:

https://www.london.edu/think/relearning-creativity-for-business-impact

What Does a Creative Manager Do? at:

https://www.zippia.com/creative-manager-jobs/what-does-a-creative-manager-do/

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See below for Marking Sheet and Assessment Criteria

                                                                                                                                                 

MN6066The Practice of Management

Assignment 03, Week 27

Individual Personal Creativity Plan (PCP) 

Tutor name:

Due Date: Week 28, Friday 14th May 2021, 3pm

 Assessment Criteria 

 Comments

Quality of introduction, clearly stating personal learning and development

 

Clear and appropriate use of tasks and materials studied, i.e. (Amabile / Rogers / www.testmycreativity.com, https://mycreativetype.com/), plus other sources as itemised under *Essential Additional Reading*)

Clear analysis of the importance of team-work, pair-work, and individual work

Clear analysis of on-going Personal Creativity Plan (PCP) for future career

Quality of structure, presentation (including visuals: graphs, images, tables, charts), academic writing, use of designated materials, and referencing

Overall Comments / 2nd-marker comments

Agreed Mark:

 

Signed / date:

     


Reminder:

“The purpose of this assignment is to develop Level 6 (Year 3) abilities in team-work, research, communication, academic analysis, and a professional approach to study.”


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