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MGT 3160 – Services Management

Assignment 2  

Assignment Number 2 accounts for 35% of your overall grade for this Module

This assignment is to be handed in 26 February 2013, before 5.00pm to the student office and be uploaded to turnitin.  

Please make sure you keep a copy of your final draft.   The assignment will not be returned to you.

Your assignment must
• be your original work (please talk to me if you have any doubts about what this means)
• have all relevant information on the cover (name, student number, module name and number, assignment title, due date, word count)  
• have a Middlesex University Feedback Form in the front, stapled in the top left-hand corner
• not have any folders, bindings or fastenings – a simple staple is enough; if your must cover your assignment then use a simple plastic pocket
• be close to 2500 words (within 10%) not including the bibliography
• have proper references, preferably in the Harvard style
• be written in formal English – although there are no specific marks allocated for grammar, punctuation and spelling, overall impression is important and can affect marks awarded.   Concise and cogent arguments are encouraged.   Incoherent sections may not be awarded any marks.

Remember to submit your work at the Student Services desk and make sure you get a receipt.   Keep the receipt in a safe place.   This is the only proof you have of submitting your work on time.

The assignment will be marked according to the following main criteria:
• the extent to which service management ideas, theories and techniques are well argued specifically in terms of purpose, application, potential limitation and how they might contribute to the success of a business
• the use of appropriate sources of information (e.g. reputable business journals, research reports, academic journals and professional journals)
• the degree to which the information put forward in the critique is synthesised, critically evaluated and...

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