Leading and Managing Change: Possibilities and Challenges{ teamwork)

Leading and Managing Change: Possibilities and Challenges{ teamwork)

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Title: Leading and Managing Change: Possibilities and Challenges
If you are not currently working in a school, then a more academic assignment should be written. This relies more on a thorough Literature Review.
Introduction (500 words)
• Identifying the main topic: teamwork in the context of leading and managing change.
• Outline the aims and objectives of your study. Include the main question you will be addressing in the assignment.
• Explain why this topic is important
• Context
• Outline of the study

Literature Review (3500 words)
• Structured review of literature relevant to your topic and also include ideas about leading and managing change from a wider perspective.
• Adopt a thematic approach (avoid writing Bloggs said this, Jones argued that, Smith claimed the other)
• Definitions
• Main features of the topic. Use sub-headings to structure the text
• Summary (From this review, the following points have been identified)
Include from your experiences, which is relevant to the idea from the literature review. And reflection on it.
Conclusions (1000 words)
• Return to the main question
• Provide an overview of the main outcomes of the study
• Set out the implications for professional practice
Include some recommendations for further work
What makes an M level assignment?
• Criticality
• Reflection on professional practice
• Engagement with the literature
• Engagement with research
You are critically engaged with the literature when:
• It is embedded into your argument. In your submission you need to provide enough appropriate evidence for your claims/assertions/ideas. To do this, you need to use a range of appropriate literature, to help develop your argument and justify your claims.
• You recognise links, contrasts and comparisons between what you read.
• You critique, compare and evaluate rather than summarise your findings.

• How do I access research papers?
• Some key Educational Leadership and Management journal articles are to be found in: School Leadership and Management; The BELMAS journal called Educational Management, Administration and Leadership; Management in Education

• I SUGGEST THAT YOU USE DIRECT QUOTATIONS FROM PUBLISHED WORK SPARINGLY. Instead, try to use the literature to develop an argument of your own. You can also use the literature to help you develop your own writing style – look at how published articles are structured and the writing style that is used. Some useful academic writing phrases are available on the following web-site;
• https://www.phrasebank.manchester.ac.uk/

the main references are:
‘LEADING AND MANAGING TEAMS’

Belbin, M. (2013) (3rd ed.) Management Teams: Why They Succeed or Fail, Abingdon: Routledge.

Bush, T. (2003) Theories of Educational Leadership and Management, London: Sage Publications.

Bush, T. and Middlewood , D. (2005) Leading and Managing People in Education, London: Sage Publications.

Cardno, C. (2002) ‘Team learning: opportunities and challenges for school leaders’, School Leadership and Management, 22, 2, p.211 – 223.

Katzenbach, J.R. and Smith, D.K. (1993) The Wisdom of Teams: Creating a High Performance Organisation, Boston, Mass: Harvard Business School Press.

Katzenbach, J.R. and Smith, D.K. (1998) The Wisdom of Teams: London: McGraw-Hill International.

Kydd, L., Anderson. L. and Newton, W. (2003) Leading People and Teams in Education, London: Paul Chapman Publishing.

Larson, C.E. and Lafasto, F.M.J. (1989) Teamwork: What must go right; What can go wrong, Newbury Park, California: Sage Publications.

O’Neill, J. (2003) ‘Managing through teams’ in Kydd, L., Anderson. L. and Newton, W. Leading People and Teams in Education, London: Paul Chapman Publishing.

Tuckman, B.W. (1965) ‘Development sequences in small groups’, Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 63, p.384 – 399.

Woods, P. (2004) ‘Democratic leadership: drawing distinctions with distributed leadership’, International Journal of Leadership in Education: Theory and Practice, vol. 7, no. 1, p.3 – 26.

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