Reflection MBA

the reflection about MBA journey that I learned form MBA please read the blow.

For the Reflective Assessment 2, there is no suggested format. You are free to use your creativity and imagination in this regard. However, below are some guidelines for reflection:

You are required to provide a 2,000-word Reflection in relation to your MBA ‘journey’.

This is an opportunity to think back on your learning experience and self-evaluate in terms of strengths and weaknesses. There is no prescription of format or content, but the following might help.

Ask questions such as:

  • What have I learnt?
  • What could I do to improve and how?

Learning theory can be helpful in providing a framework of analysis.

Consider, for example, Kolb’s Learning Cycle – experiential learning theory, 1984 and Rolfe et al’s Reflective Cycle, 2001 – What? So, what? Now what?

Having undertaken the reflection/self-evaluation think about providing a personal development plan which includes realistic goals and time lines and aids the monitoring of progress.

Reflection and self-evaluation are the key -supported by learning theory. Avoid description.