App walkthrough with following question:
Why should we be concerned with the past and present influence of Taylorism on work organization and employee relations? What advice would you give to managers who favour Taylorism or Fordism in spite of criticism, practices and behaviours?
Create a new project by giving it a name and then press the right arrow. Use Open if you have already started a project.
Copy and paste your coursework assignment into the box and press Go. The table will list each word individually.
Press and hold a word to look up dictionary for its definition and synonyms.
Select a single word or phrase to analyse using the switch and then press anywhere in table to continue. Pick ‘Taylorism’.
There are 2 types of analysis using a Q&A approach.
Select Core to describe, analyze and evalute Taylorism or Philosophy for a philosophical approach from the main branches of philosophy.
Select Core then ‘A – Description’ for questions to describe Taylorism.
Tap on Modifier to modify word to a certain aspect of the word. The first column can change the word Taylorism to focus on its aims, assumptions, concepts, conclusions, implications, inferences, effects, issues, knowledge and views. The second column adds a question to benchmark Taylorism against a set of standards for accuracy, clearness, importance, fairness, in-depth, logic, precision, relevancy and viewpoints.
Tap on a question. Here you can edit the question, add your answer and references used and save.
Return to Problem screen using navigation and tap on Menu > analysis to see to your analysis. In Menu you can also look at your arguments and writing.
Tapping on any saved analysis will automatically segue to next process of building your argument and forwarding the answer for ‘B – Structure’ and ‘C – Reflection’.
Build your argument from your analysis from 6 types in ‘A – Types’: Basic, V, T, Multi step, Multi conclusion & Complex.
Select premise or conclusion to activate (box turns red) and then tap on any row in the list of your analysis to fill the box. Press Save.
Press info button to learn the structure of an argument.
Press ‘B – Structure’ the questions will be based on your analysis selected, in this case ‘Efficiency’. Answer the questions and save.
Use questions in ‘C – Reflection’ to reflect on your analysis.
There is 2 ways building your argument you could process your analysis in the following order A,B,C or C,A,B.
Navigate back to problem screen and tap Menu>Arguments to see your arguments. Press argument ‘Efficiency’ to segue to writing process. Note that argument selected will appear in ‘B – Paragraph + keyword’ and ‘F – Paraphrase’
Navigate first to ‘A – Overview’ > ‘6 – Standard essay model’ to look at how everything fits together for your essay.
Navigate back to Write process.
At this point you are ready to write. So export your arguments using Menu > export, this will create a csv file so print this or open your spreadsheet app.
‘B – Paragraph’ and ‘B – Paragraph + keyword’ will help you decide how to deliver your argument by building ‘1 – Solid paragraphs’ using a single or combo of the following paragraph types:
‘2 – Illustration and Restatement’
‘3 – Comparison, contrast and analogy’
‘4 – Cause and effect’
‘5 – Definition’
‘6 – Analysis’
‘7 – Qualification’
To build paragraphs you will craft your sentence using ‘C – Sentence’.
To transition between sentences and paragraphs and within sentences use ‘D – Transitions’.
To starting your sentences use ‘E – Common prepositions’.
To paraphrase ideas and make your own sentences better use ‘F – Paraphrase’.