Essay on Personal Decision-Making (2000 words)

You must critically reflect on why you chose to pursue postgraduate courses at the University of Newcastle for this examination.

First, you must briefly outline the reasons why you chose to pursue postgraduate study at the University of Newcastle using the academic essay format.
Second, use and synthesize the pertinent academic theories, models, and frameworks discussed in this course to identify the main causes and symptoms of the decision-making issues in your decision summary and to assess their causes. (Note: Do not overuse the theories you have already discussed in previous assignments in this course.)
Finally, you must consider how you could have approached these problems differently if you had been exposed to the academic theories, models, and frameworks discussed in this course at the time.
The assignment must be prepared in the style of an academic essay.
The first-person narrative style is appropriate for your academic essay because it is introspective in nature. You must still write in a formal, objective academic style, even though first-person narration is acceptable (see page 47 in the student manual).
For assistance with academic writing, APA 6th referencing, and academic essays, consult the student manual. In particular, you might find the Causative (macro) issues and Symptomatic (micro) difficulties sections in the section on Case Studies, starting on page 65, helpful.
• Writing in reflection, starting on page 57
• Academic Essays, starting on page 61
• References, with APA 6th layout, starting on page 27.
• Page 16 and later: research

Third Assignment: Learning Objectives
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1. Recognize and describe distinct approaches to and perspectives on decision-making.
2. Create and support a written argument using pertinent literature.
3. Use critical judgment, logical analysis, strategic thought, and inventive problem-solving techniques while making decisions.
4. Consider your own and other managers’ managerial choices.

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