Throughout the course of the subject, you developed a substantial project that assimilates the learning from your MBA subjects. In addition, you have recorded your journey in the form of journal entries. This final report is about reflecting on the process and experiences of putting your business capstone project together. Before you can attempt this assessment, it is essential that you understand clearly what reflective writing/thinking is. To help you with that, please read your learning resources in Module 6 in Blackboard.
In 1500 words or less, present a reflection on changes to your understanding as you applied theory from your MBA journey and the process of producing your project. Below are some suggested questions that you can use to help guide your reflective thinking.
ï‚· What did you learn and how useful it is in future for you?
ï‚· What was challenging and what was easy?
ï‚· Compared to the beginning of your capstone project, has your thinking changed? If so in what ways? Please note that these are guiding questions only. They are not intended to be all and everything about your reflection. It is advisable to do more research about reflective writing models and questions before you attempt this assessment. Present the report as your way of demonstrating the wider implications of your learning. That means your reflection should also look how your learning has impacted your future. Though reflective and written in the first person, the report still must observe academic writing conventions and be logically structured. The reflective report must use at least 20 references most of which must relate to reflection on theory and application.