Demonstrate an understanding of the way in which the globalisation of economic exchange and production is reshaping the nature of work

Details:

Students are expected to  read the three assigned readings on the Future of Work and produce a PowerPoint informed by the material found in the  assigned readings and answer the following question:

How is the world of work changing and what are the implications for your future career opportunities? 

Each student will be expected to produce a PowerPoint of no more than 10 slides and use the notes section of your PowerPoint to write an explanation of each slide as if you were presenting the presentation orally.  Your written explanation (i.e. notes) should be between 700-800 words with Harvard-style in-text referencing when referring to the assigned readings.  Please include a reference list as your last slide.

Assessment criteria will be:

  • Ability to evaluate and critically reflect on the set readings 
  • Ability to identify the different perspectives on the changing future of work and how changing business practices are impacting on work and employment.
  • Ability to identify the main issues/arguments presented in the readings. 
  • Ability to apply these different perspectives and arguments to your own job experiences or future job expectations
  • Clarity of PowerPoint and written explanation of each slide.

Essential Readings:

  • ILO (2020) COVID-19 and the world of work. Fourth edition. Geneva: ILO Link (Links to an external site.)  https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/—dgreports/—dcomm/documents/briefingnote/wcms_745963.pdf
  • Kelly, P. (2017) ‘Growing up after the GFC: responsibilisation and mortgaged futures’ Discourse 38 (1): 57-69 Link (Links to an external site.)  https://primo-direct-apac.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=TN_informaworld_s10_1080_01596306_2015_1104852&vid=RMITU&search_scope=Books_articles_and_more&tab=default_tab&lang=en_US&context=PC
  • The Guardian(2015). ‘Five ways work will change in the future’ Link https://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/nov/29/five-ways-work-will-change-future-of-workplace-ai-cloud-retirement-remote

 Learning Objectives Assessed:

This assignment assesses Learning Objectives:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the way in which the globalisation of economic exchange and production is reshaping the nature of work; 
  2. Critically examine and assess the impact of different management practices on workers and the nature of work;

Assessment criteria will be:

  • Ability to evaluate and reflect on the set readings and video material
  • Ability to identify the different perspectives on the changing future of work 
  • Ability to identify the main issues/arguments presented in the readings and video material
  • Ability to apply these different perspectives and arguments to your own job experiences or future job expectations
  • Clarity of PowerPoint and written explanation of each slide. 
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