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Course of Study: Environment and Business Dissertation Topic:Sustainable Waste Management: The Issue of Commercial Trade waste. Dissertation Proposal: To develop Best sustainable Practice Guidelines for commercial waste recycling collection within a chosen UK Business. WORD LIMIT 12,000 words (plus appendices if relevant) Presentation guidelines To meet basic University guidelines you should adhere to the following when presenting your project report: • It should be written in a report format for a business audience. • It should also be an academic report including full citations and correct referencing. It should be fully referenced in text (using references to avoid unnecessary description of standard methods, previous studies, theories etc.). You should adopt the a consistent referencing style (APA or Harvard style) References do not count towards the word limit of the report. • Risk assessment forms should be included in your dissertation as an appendix. • The report should be presented with line spacing of at least one and a half on consecutively numbered pages with paragraphs justified. An 12 point font size should be used. Required Pages • The first pages of your report should follow the following template: a) Title Page which should give the following information:  Title  Name  Degree Programme and Module Code  Name of supervisor b) Departmental Coursework Submission Sheet (included as signed recognition that you are aware of plagiarism rules) c) List of Contents with page numbers; d) List of Acronyms; e) Executive Summary (should be no more than one page and should include the aim and nature of your research, main conclusions and recommendations); f) Acknowledgements Suggested Report Headings Note that these can and should be adjusted to suit your specific project purposes): • Introduction • Background and rationale for the project • Literature review • Method and approach • Results and findings • Recommendations and implementation plan • Conclusion Enterprise project Module additional Information. Module Objectives This module will enable students to gain the practical research experience required to develop and fully validate a sustainability-based enterprise, taking their enterprise idea from inception to start-up. Once the students have validated an enterprise idea, they will further develop this into a complete business research project report. This will include research on products or services to offer, sourcing of materials, methods of production and manufacture or service delivery, and sources of finance, marketing, and work patterns. This will include customer/ consumer market research. The key aims of the module are: 1. Identify and research a business opportunity in resolving an environmental (and potentially a social) issue; 2. Conduct original research that makes a significant contribution to business research and literature OR significantly informs the resolution of a sustainability problem for organizations Learning Outcomes On completion of this module you will be able to: – Present a focused enterprise project research report – Develop a project plan – Consolidate and apply your knowledge and understanding of the topic covered throughout your programme including: management, environmental management, entrepreneurship, finance, innovation, stakeholder management. – Apply specialist knowledge to business and environmental problems – Synthesise and summarize information critically and cogently; – Recognize any moral and ethical issues relevant to your work; – Specific Instruction for Dissertation!  I am sitting an Environment AND Buisness Undergraduate degree so it is important to understand that the project must focus around both  The Report must end in some sort of valid business proposal based on research findings as a way to better that particular commercial waste recycling system.  The Literature review must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the topic critically contrasting and comparing relevant Academic literature throughout, covering at least 7 relevant key areas.And helping (Roughly 3000 words long)• compare and contrast different authors’ views on an issue • group authors who draw similar conclusions • criticise aspects of methodology • note areas in which authors are in disagreement • highlight exemplary studies • highlight gaps in research • show how your study relates to previous studies • show how your study relates to the literature in general • conclude by summarising what the literature says The purposes of the review are:  • to define and limit the problem you are working on • to place your study in an historical perspective • to avoid unnecessary duplication • to evaluate promising research methods • to relate your findings to previous knowledge and suggest further research  Report style Project.  Break the Dissertation into sections; view the marking scheme for each section below.  Make up research if you must but include in the methodology involving Desk topresearch, interviews etc. This is discussed in the sample dissertation that I will send in a secondary file. The example dissertation is where I received the idea for my dissertation and has similar layout to how I would like mine to appear. (the example doesn’t include a thorough literature view like I expect in mine and its findings are also greatly outdated)  At-least 70 references with accurate Harvard style Referencing Enterprise projects are marked according to the following criteria. The section weighting are approximate and the importance of the different sections may vary dependent on the topic. Marks will be returned on the University’s 20 to 90 marking scale, details of which are provided in your Undergraduate Handbook. SOEE3310: ENTERPRISE PROJECT MARK SHEET 1 Formulation and Project structure (c. 10%) 1st 2i 2ii 3rd Fail Identification and justification of topic Clarity of aims and objectives Research project structure Comments: 2 Background and Knowledge of Literature (c. 20%) 1st 2i 2ii 3rd Fail Awareness of literature Critical understanding of literature and project context Appropriate citation and referencing of literature Ability to combine academic and other sources Comments: 3 Research Design & Method (c. 20%) 1st 2i 2ii 3rd Fail Appropriateness of project design Clear explanation and justification of methods Skill in application of research techniques / methods Adequacy of data acquired / used Comments: 4 Analysis & Interpretation (c. 20%) 1st 2i 2ii 3rd Fail Skill in analysis of data Importance / weight of research findings Insightfulness of interpretation Detail of discussion – level of ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate results Understanding of significance of data analysis Consciousness of limitations Comments: 5 Conclusions and Recommendations (c. 15%) 1st 2i 2ii 3rd Fail Substantive nature of conclusions Linkage of conclusions with aim & objectives Appropriateness of executive summary Comments: 6 Presentation (c. 15%) 1st 2i 2ii 3rd Fail Written style / clarity of expression Standard of overall presentation Referencing system used correctly and consistently Spelling, grammar and layout Figures and Tables (captions / referenced) Reading List Recommended readings will depend on the specific topic of your enterprise project. Specific taught module reading lists should be referred to. Reference material collected from websites, industry bodies, and organizational documents can be used where appropriate. Please note that as with all academic articles, business sources and websites must be cited and included in your reference list.

Course of Study: Environment and Business

 

Dissertation Topic:Sustainable Waste Management: The Issue of Commercial Trade waste.

 

Dissertation Proposal: To develop Best sustainable Practice Guidelines for commercial waste recycling collection within a chosen UK Business.

 

WORD LIMIT                                                   12,000 words (plus appendices if relevant)

 

Presentation guidelines

To meet basic University guidelines you should adhere to the following when presenting your project report:

  • It should be written in a report format for a business audience.
  • It should also be an academic report including full citations and correct referencing. It should be fully referenced in text (using references to avoid unnecessary description of standard methods, previous studies, theories etc.). You should adopt the a consistent referencing style (APA or Harvard style) References do not count towards the word limit of the report.
  • Risk assessment forms should be included in your dissertation as an appendix.
  • The report should be presented with line spacing of at least one and a half on consecutively numbered pages with paragraphs justified.  An 12 point font size should be used.

 

Required Pages

  • The first pages of your report should follow the following template:

a)      Title Page which should give the following information:

  • Title
  • Name
  • Degree Programme and Module Code
  • Name of supervisor

b)      Departmental Coursework Submission Sheet (included as signed recognition that you are aware of plagiarism rules)

c)      List of Contents with page numbers;

d)      List of Acronyms;

e)      Executive Summary (should be no more than one page and should include the aim and nature of your research, main conclusions and recommendations);

f)       Acknowledgements

 

Suggested Report Headings

Note that these can and should be adjusted to suit your specific project purposes):

  • Introduction
  • Background and rationale for the project
  • Literature review
  • Method and approach
  • Results and findings
  • Recommendations and implementation plan
  • Conclusion

 

 

Enterprise project Module additional Information.

 

Module Objectives

This module will enable students to gain the practical research experience required to develop and fully validate a sustainability-based enterprise, taking their enterprise idea from inception to start-up. Once the students have validated an enterprise idea, they will further develop this into a complete business research project report.

 

This will include research on products or services to offer, sourcing of materials, methods of production and manufacture or service delivery, and sources of finance, marketing, and work patterns. This will include customer/ consumer market research.

 

The key aims of the module are:

  1. Identify and research a business opportunity in resolving an environmental (and potentially a social) issue;
  2. Conduct original research that makes a significant contribution to business research and literature OR significantly informs the resolution of a sustainability problem for organizations

 

 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this module you will be able to:

–       Present a focused enterprise project research report

–       Develop a project plan

–       Consolidate and apply your knowledge and understanding of the topic covered throughout your programme including: management, environmental management, entrepreneurship, finance, innovation, stakeholder management.

–       Apply specialist knowledge to business and environmental problems

–       Synthesise and summarize information critically and cogently;

–       Recognize any moral and ethical issues relevant to your work;

 

 

Specific Instruction for Dissertation!

 

  • I am sitting an Environment AND Buisness Undergraduate degree so it is important to understand that the project must focus around both
  • The Report must end in some sort of valid business proposal based on research findings as a way to better that particular commercial waste recycling system.
    • The Literature review must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the topic critically contrasting and comparing relevant Academic literature throughout, covering at least 7 relevant key areas.And helping  (Roughly 3000 words long)• compare and contrast different authors’ views on an issue
      • group authors who draw similar conclusions
      • criticise aspects of methodology
      • note areas in which authors are in disagreement
      • highlight exemplary studies
      • highlight gaps in research
      • show how your study relates to previous studies
      • show how your study relates to the literature in general
      • conclude by summarising what the literature says

The purposes of the review are:

  • • to define and limit the problem you are working on
    • to place your study in an historical perspective
    • to avoid unnecessary duplication
    • to evaluate promising research methods
    • to relate your findings to previous knowledge and suggest further research

 

  • Report style Project.
  • Break the Dissertation into sections; view the marking scheme for each section below.
  • Make up research if you must but include in the methodology involving Desk topresearch, interviews etc. This is discussed in the sample dissertation that I will send in a secondary file. The example dissertation is where I received the idea for my dissertation and has similar layout to how I would like mine to appear. (the example doesn’t include a thorough literature view like I expect in mine and its findings are also greatly outdated)
  • At-least 70 references with accurate Harvard style Referencing

 

 

 

Enterprise projects are marked according to the following criteria. The section weighting are approximate and the importance of the different sections may vary dependent on the topic.  Marks will be returned on the University’s 20 to 90 marking scale, details of which are provided in your Undergraduate Handbook.

 

SOEE3310: ENTERPRISE PROJECT

MARK SHEET

1 Formulation and Project structure (c. 10%)  

1st

2i

2ii

3rd

Fail

  Identification and justification of topic          
  Clarity of aims and objectives          
  Research project structure          
Comments:

 

2 Background and Knowledge of Literature  (c. 20%)  

1st

2i

2ii

3rd

Fail

  Awareness of literature          
  Critical understanding of literature and project context          
  Appropriate citation and referencing of literature          
  Ability to combine academic and other sources          
Comments:

 

3 Research Design & Method (c. 20%)  

1st

2i

2ii

3rd

Fail

  Appropriateness of project design          
  Clear explanation and justification of methods          
  Skill in application of research techniques / methods          
  Adequacy of data acquired / used          
Comments:

 

4 Analysis & Interpretation (c. 20%)  

1st

2i

2ii

3rd

Fail

  Skill in analysis of data          
  Importance / weight of research findings          
  Insightfulness of interpretation          
  Detail of discussion  – level of ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate results          
  Understanding of significance of data analysis          
  Consciousness of limitations          
Comments:

 

5 Conclusions and Recommendations (c. 15%)  

1st

2i

2ii

3rd

Fail

  Substantive nature of conclusions          
  Linkage of conclusions with aim & objectives          
  Appropriateness of executive summary          
Comments:

 

6 Presentation   (c. 15%)  

1st

2i

2ii

3rd

Fail

  Written style / clarity of expression          
  Standard of overall presentation          
  Referencing system used correctly and consistently          
  Spelling, grammar and layout          
  Figures and Tables (captions / referenced)          

 

 

Reading List

Recommended readings will depend on the specific topic of your enterprise project. Specific taught module reading lists should be referred to. Reference material collected from websites, industry bodies, and organizational documents can be used where appropriate. Please note that as with all academic articles, business sources and websites must be cited and included in your reference list.

 

 

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