MGMT6002 Assignment One BriefPage1of4ASSESSMENTBRIEFSubjectCode and TitleMGMT6002 Influencing and Making DecisionsAssessmentAssignment One: Reflective AnalysisIndividual/GroupIndividualLength3000 WordLimitLearning Outcomes?Select and evaluate the usefulness of a range ofdecision making tools and reflect on your decisionmaking styles and contrast with other styles anddetermine the respective levels of rationality andintuition utilisedSubmissionBy 23:59 (SYD time) Friday of the end of Module 3Weighting50%Total Marks50marksContext:The firsthalf of this subject focuses on the individual andthespecific processes—cognitiveor otherwise—that individuals engage in when faced with a decision to make. Your task inthis first assessment is to reflect on those processesin the context of your own experienceand in accounts found in wider reading,andto identify and critique the specific models andframeworks available to you as a decision-maker. Instructions:Construct a reflective analytical report, founded on solid researchof decision-makingmethods, models, frameworks and taxonomies found both in the subject and in widerscholarly reading you undertake. The report is to be limited to 3000 words, exclusive of formal document sections (i.e. titlepage, executive summary,table of contents, references list, appendices, etc.),citations,tables and graphs. Students should submit one file through Turnitin. There are a number of forms the report could take. The exact form the report willdependon the additional researchthe student will undertake; students should aim for thedemonstration of deep learning, founded ontheory throughthorough reading of scholarlyliterature, rather than on getting any aspect of the brief ‘right.’ Students should commence this assignment early, keep regular backups and ensure theysubmit the correct, final version. Students should use this brief as the instruction set for theassignment requirements. Additionally, the rubric below can be used to describe whatMGMT6002 Assignment One BriefPage2of4unacceptable, functional, proficient, advanced and exceptional assignments might look likeaccording to the criteria in the leftmost column of each row. As this is a Masters level subject, students are expected to engage with high-qualityacademic journal articles, using the TorrensUniversity Library. Textbooks, Wikipedia and, ingeneral, anything that can be obtained through an open Google search page are consideredsupplementary material, unbecoming of a postgraduate.