Essays on Gathering the Self-Development to My Self Experience Coursework

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The paper "Gathering the Self-Development to My Self Experience" is a great example of management coursework.   This report provides insight and the personal evaluation progress in the study of M. sc Business and Management Program with a keen evaluation of Developing Professional Practice. The report is a hallmark in the assessment of personal growth in the unit of study. It is a moment of posing and asking oneself what has been achieved over the period after commencement of studies in the particular unit. The report highlights the important stages that an individual has gone through to be assertive and productive in the long run.

This report is also an avenue and opportunity to put in practice some of the important realizations that have been learnt about academic learning. It generally binds together the various aspects that have been encountered into a user experience that will bring up one's understanding of the unit and the master's program that he is taking. This report serves as a mirror which gives a glimpse of the advancement and reflective session for the individual progress through self-development (Bradbury, 2006). 1.

(a). Scope of the Report This report covers the personal development that has been attained in the developing of professional practice. It looks at the context of the organization that am working in and how the knowledge I have acquired will fit in the obligations and duties assigned to me at the workplace. It reviews the different aspects of the report that were looked at in the whole unit throughout the period of study. This is a student development file that highlights the context in which development is taking place, discussions of the implications and conclusions that look at strengths and development areas.

It also looks at areas of weakness and opportunities for improvement. It looks at the importance of self-development with a critical look at personal practice in the area. There is also a proposal for continuing professional development in the form of the development plan for the future. 2. Context Knowledge is crucial for change. Pursuing this kind of study in this unit will help me advance my career at Tesco plc retail chain where I work as an assistant branch manager.

This is a privately retain supply chin that specializes in foods and drinks although it has started to venture into other areas. The organization wants to maintain a premium prize command in the market and be leading in terms of customer share. This organization has gone international and it employees over one hundred and fifty thousand workers globally. Profitability and turnover per annum are enormous (Cory & Slater, 2003). A position in such organization comes with increased responsibilities and in order to cope with the demanding role the skills am going to acquire in a master degree program will assist me to deliver my services effectively and efficiently.

With an increased customer base it is very challenging to attend to all their needs and therefore as part of the management team, I need to have more ideas of dealing with these challenges and know the study of this program will prove to be a wise decision. The ever-changing customer needs to need a critical and sharp eye to effect necessary adjustment to cater for emerging needs. The skills acquired will be very crucial in the dispensing of my duties in the organization.

Through mind mapping, I have learnt how to generate more ideas and have a number of options when it comes to innovation as well as problem-solving.


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