1. What did your group gain from this peer review process?
Of course, our project is not perfect so this peer review process helped us to identify areas of improvement. For example, Bryan Chung, Jasmin and Hasmah gave us suggestion on how we should tweak our project. Bryan Chung said that we should put our cross cultural collaborations under the appendix, Hasmah told us to reduce the word count and Jasmin suggested that we should link our case study with our project outcome. Their advice is key to the success of our project as they identified areas of improvement that we otherwise would have missed, as the saying goes 'the third party sees things clearer'.
2. What were the strengths and areas for development of your project?
I think the aims and rationales of our project is really good because we structured it in a table form that is both accurate and easy to understand.We also included statistic of our research into a comprehensive world map which acts as a visual aid. This turns the dry subject of facts and figures to something appeals to readers. However, we should be careful with our word count as we have exceeded the 2000 word limit. We should also link our case study with our project outcome so that the report flows better and is justified.
3. How will your group move forward now?
We should absorb all the suggestions that are put forward while they are still fresh and make appropriate tweaks. After all, it's about make the project better so hopefully we can achieve this after following the suggested solutions.