Individual Critical Analysis, Learning Reflection and Application to Practice papers: You are required to submit TWO 2-3 page (single spaced, one inch margins) â€•Critical Analysis, Learning Reflection, and Application to Practiceâ€– (CALRAP) paper of the readings assigned to any TWO cases (your choice) of Sessions 2 to 4, with the single restriction that the first of these CALRAP papers must address one of Sessions 2-4. See the last three pages of this syllabus for guidelines on how to complete these CALRAP papers. Note that you may choose to submit up to three CALRAP papers, and have the best two papers grade count toward your course grade. A CALRAP paper for a particular session must be submitted on Blackboard prior to the beginning of that class session.
Understanding of the readings [20%]
Your CALRAP paper demonstrates that you understand the main assumptions, arguments (claims & lines of reasoning), and lessons contained within each of the readings. You comprehend what the authors were trying to convey.
Critical Analysis: substantive questioning and argumentation [20%]
You are able to question the assumptions, arguments and/or implications of the readings. You find problems, flaws or omissions in the authorâ€™s fundamental assumptions, arguments or implications. You are able to build a case for developing different assumptions, arguments or implications.
Integration and reflection on the key insights and lessons across the articles [20%]
You attempt to compare, contrast and integrate across the assigned readings. You discuss what you have learned about the session topic as a consequence of reading and reflecting upon the assigned readings.
Application to Practice [20%]:
You are able to apply the key insights and lessons from the readings to real business contexts, either those drawn from personal experience, or those described in the assigned case study, and describe the key implications for business and management practice