The individual essay will be based on analysing the �Googling Out of Control� case study in conjunction with the YouTube NBC news video clip titled �Work in Google�. The case study is provided via WebLearn and the YouTube web-link for the video clip is:
You must use relevant theories and/or theoretical perspectives to support your analysis throughout the essay. Your statements and theoretical support should be referenced throughout the essay with a list of your references at the end. Please use the Harvard system of referencing throughout your essay.
You must show evidence of wide reading (e.g. evidence from a wide range of sources i.e. appropriate texts and academic journals) within your essay and in your bibliography section.
The essay should be in your own words and you should note that no collaboration on the written piece of work is allowed. You should note further that any form of plagiarism is unacceptable - if you quote from a text or journal this should be fully cited or referenced in the conventional academic style. Coursework should not be perceived as an opportunity to show how adept you are at copying from colleagues or from a texts or journals. Any incidents of plagiarism will be referred and investigated by the university case work office according to the assessment regulations. Consult the University assessment regulations for an indication of penalties for plagiarism which also includes failing the module. Please check with your seminar tutor if you are unsure of materials and see guidance provided in the formal seminars on how to avoid plagiarism.
Word limit is 2000 words. Please indicate the word limit at the end of your essay. Please refer to the assessment criteria below for further guidance.
here are the list of the books that you are require to use :
�Bloisi W, Cook CW & Hunsaker PL (2006) Management and Organisational Behaviour, 2nd ed. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill
�Crowther D & Green M (2004) Organisational Theory London: CIPD
�Dawson S (1996) Analysing Organisations, London, Macmillan.
�Hatch MJ with Cunliffe AL (2006) Organization Theory: Modern, Symbolic and Postmodern Perspectives, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
�Huczynski A & Buchanan D (2010) Organizational Behaviour,7th ed. Harlow: Pearson Education Ltd.
� Mullins LJ (2007) Management and Organisational Behaviour, 8th edition, Harlow: FT Prentice Hall
�Robbins SP (2010) Organizational Behavior, Harlow: FT Prentice Hall.
�Thompson P and McHugh D (2002) Work Organisations, London: Macmillan
you must use spme of these books.
selected journals :
?Journal of Organisation Behaviour