The EMA is due on Monday.
Instead of writing the penultimate draft from the notes, earlier drafts, diagrams and pics I have assembled I am spinning through people's blogs. On the MAODE modules this served a purpose because there are always a handful of people who get into the blog thing on H800, H808, H807 and H809. However I have only ever come across TWO people doing any MBA module here and never anyone who is doing or has done B822 'Creativity, Innovation & Change'. All I need, or benefit from is the knowledge that I am in the same place they are or were ... or are reaching, to help clear the fog so that I can give the thing some certain shape. One trick, I've done this, is to write my TMA into this blog space ... never publish, but somehow I feel, momentarily, I have grabbed my space on the Church Hall platform and I have no choice but to talk through what I've got.
What have I got?
- Five parts with a very clear sense of how many words per part are permitted and will work for what I think I know.
- A couple of drafts which very unusually for me gives a total some 1000 words under rather than 10000 words over the required total.
- A neat collection of course work references, quotes and diagrams.
- Evidence in the form of photos, more diagrams, and comments on the topic from discussions that I seeded 'businessy' groups in Linkedin.
- This stuff printed out and in digital form.
- Two hours before I need to get off to the swimming club where I swim an early morning Masters session then teach for a few hours.
- Focus on pulling stuff together for two hours.
- Do the swim.
- Then look at it afresh this afternoon.
- This is a REPORT, so keep each part objective, and contained by the word count.
- Stop fretting! A pass will do, but if I submit nothing a fail is inevitable
- It MUST go on Sunday as I'm in London all day Monday.
(P.S. At some stage I'll be wandering around the Hockney at the RA if anyone wants to meet up)
New commentThanks for your beautiful photo of clouds that you posted to my blog!!! Maybe you will have to become an official cloud spotter!!!!!
New commentI have a 'thing' about clouds! I have pics galore, studied Geography as an undergraduate ... and sail on the South Coast where cloud watching is of practical value, the scariest being the formation of a local tornado!