Assignment topic: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES USING MOBILE COMPUTING Words: 1000 Please follow the steps below regarding your assignment 3. Reflective writing aims to get you to think about your learning and understand your learning experiences.

Assignment topic: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES USING MOBILE COMPUTING
Words: 1000
Please follow the steps below regarding your assignment 3.
Reflective writing aims to get you to think about your learning and understand your learning experiences.

When students writing Assignment 3 need to follow steps:
1. Evaluate the effectiveness and your usefulness of the learning experience
Make judgments that are clearly connected to observations you have made. Answer the questions:

– What is your opinion about learning experience?
– What is the value of this experience?
2. Explain how this learning process will be useful to you
Consider: In what ways might this learning experience serve you in:

– course
– program
– future career
– life generally

Answer the question: ‘How you will transfer or apply your new knowledge and
insights in the future?’
3. Describe objectively what happened in the learning process
Give the details of what happened in the learning process. Answer the question:
‘What you did, read, see, and hear?
4. Evaluate what you learn
Make judgments connected to observations you have made in the Business
Research. Answer the question: ‘How Business Research was useful for your
Research Learning Process?’
5. Explain your learning process:
New insights, connections with other learning, your feelings, hypotheses,
conclusions. Answer the questions:
‘What was the reason you did particular activities (Assignment 1, Assignment 2?
6. Explain Plan how this learning you will be applied
Comment on its relevance to your research subject, your course, future profession, life…
Answer the question: ‘How might this learning apply in your future?’
Marking Criteria’s Marks
Introduction and Reflective Journal Scope 5
Critically and depth of learning reflections reflective analysis 10
Conclusion 5
TOTAL MARKS 20

Assignment topic: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING SOCIAL NETWORKS IN BUSINESS Words: 1000 Please follow the steps below regarding your assignment 3.

Assignment topic:
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF USING SOCIAL NETWORKS IN BUSINESS
Words: 1000
Please follow the steps below regarding your assignment 3.
Reflective writing aims to get you to think about your learning and understand your learning experiences.

When students writing Assignment 3 need to follow steps:
1. Evaluate the effectiveness and your usefulness of the learning experience
Make judgments that are clearly connected to observations you have made. Answer the questions:

– What is your opinion about learning experience?
– What is the value of this experience?
2. Explain how this learning process will be useful to you
Consider: In what ways might this learning experience serve you in:

– course
– program
– future career
– life generally

Answer the question: ‘How you will transfer or apply your new knowledge and
insights in the future?’
3. Describe objectively what happened in the learning process
Give the details of what happened in the learning process. Answer the question:
‘What you did, read, see, and hear?
4. Evaluate what you learn
Make judgments connected to observations you have made in the Business
Research. Answer the question: ‘How Business Research was useful for your
Research Learning Process?’
5. Explain your learning process:
New insights, connections with other learning, your feelings, hypotheses,
conclusions. Answer the questions:
‘What was the reason you did particular activities (Assignment 1, Assignment 2?
6. Explain Plan how this learning you will be applied
Comment on its relevance to your research subject, your course, future profession, life…
Answer the question: ‘How might this learning apply in your future?’
Marking Criteria’s Marks
Introduction and Reflective Journal Scope 5
Critically and depth of learning reflections reflective analysis 10
Conclusion 5

Assessment Information Subject Code: MBA506 Subject Name: Thinking Styles, Negotiation and Conflict Management Assessment Title: Negotiation Role Play & Summary 2 Weighting: 30%

Assessment Information
Subject Code: MBA506
Subject Name: Thinking Styles, Negotiation and Conflict Management
Assessment Title: Negotiation Role Play & Summary 2
Weighting: 30%
Total Marks: 30
Due Date: Monday of Week 14, 11.55 pm AEST
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Assessment Description
. ..
You will engage in a negotiation for a celebrity endorsement advertising campaign.
You may be nominated to represent the advertising corporation and will receive email instructions from the company CEO including:
1. Appointment to represent the company as their agent for the negotiation of the endorsement contract;
2. Specific instructions about the desired endorsement contract fee and advertising campaign timeframe;
3. Information about the projected revenue to be raised from the advertising campaign;
4. Contact details of the agent appointed to represent the celebrity.
Alternatively, you may be nominated to represent the celebrity and will receive email instructions from the celebrity’s manager including:
1. Appointment to represent the celebrity as their agent for the negotiation of the endorsement contract;
2. Specific instructions about the desired endorsement contract fee and advertising campaign timeframe;
3. Information about the projected revenue to be raised from the advertising campaign; 4. Contact details of the agent appointed to represent the advertising company.
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Assessment Information
Stage 1: Pre-negotiation
You must answer the following questions:
1. What is your client’s BATNA? What is your client’s reservation value?
2. What is the other party’s BATNA? What is the other party’s reservation value?
3. What is the ZOPA range? What is your strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the
ZOPA?
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Stage 2: Negotiation
You must:
1. Enter negotiations with their counterpart for the endorsement contract;
2. Maintain a communications log that captures the date, method, items discussed, and outcomes of each communication.
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Stage 3: Post negotiation
You must prepare a short report (1 page) to your client advising the outcome of the negotiation.
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Assessment Information
Criteria F (Fail)
0%-49% P (Pass) 50%-64% CR (Credit) 65%-74% D (Distinction)
75% – 84%
HD (High Distinction)
85%-100%
Mark
Assessment Content (Subject Specific) OUT OF 80 MARKS
Pre-negotiation Failure to identify either BATNAs, either reservation values, or ZOPA range. Illogical or poorly explained strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA. Reasonably accurate identification of both BATNAs, both reservation values, and ZOPA range. Further and more detailed contemplation required for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA. Close to accurate
identification of both
BATNAs, both reservation values, and ZOPA range. Strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA outlined in sufficient detail. Both BATNAs, both reservation values, and ZOPA range accurately identified. Logical strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA well explained. Precise identification of both BATNAs, both reservation values, and ZOPA range. Innovative and effective strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the
ZOPA clearly articulated. /20
Negotiation
Communications log Poorly drafted communications log demonstrating little to no effort to implement strategy for claiming the
greater proportion of the ZOPA and no adaptive behavior in response to negotiation process developments. Communications log indicates reasonable implementation of strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA but either requires more detail or greater effort in negotiation. Adaptive behavior in response to negotiation process developments are evident but could have been stronger. Competent implementation of strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA evidenced by communications log. Sufficient adaptive behavior demonstrated in response to negotiation process developments. Communications log demonstrates successful implementation of strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA. Negotiation process developments met with adaptive behavioral responses. Detailed communications log demonstrating effective implementation of strategy for claiming the greater proportion of the ZOPA together with highly adaptive behavior in response to negotiation process developments. /20
Negotiation
Multiple issue and contingency management Failure to identify feetimeframe combination that creates the most value for both parties to generate a Pareto efficient agreement. No contingency contract entered to reconcile the difference in opinion between the parties over anticipated revenue. Reasonable effort made to identify fee-timeframe combination that creates the most value for both parties to generate a Pareto efficient agreement.
Contingency contract discussed and
contemplated to reconcile the difference in opinion between the parties over anticipated revenue. Fairly accurate identification of fee-timeframe combination that creates the most value for both parties to generate a Pareto efficient agreement. Legitimate contingency contract created to reconcile the difference in opinion between the parties over anticipated revenue. Accurate identification of feetimeframe combination that creates the most value for both parties to generate a Pareto efficient agreement.
Logical and useful contingency contract created to reconcile the difference in opinion between the parties over anticipated revenue. Precise identification of feetimeframe combination that creates the most value for both parties to generate a Pareto efficient agreement. Clear and effective contingency contract entered to reconcile the difference in opinion between the parties over anticipated revenue. /20
Post-negotiation Report indicates negotiation not
successfully concluded or less than 30% of ZOPA claimed. Reasonably well drafted report indicating successful negotiation with over 30% of ZOPA claimed. Competent report indicating successful negotiation with over 50% of ZOPA claimed. Well drafted report indicating successful negotiation with over 70% of ZOPA claimed. Clear and concise report indicating successful negotiation with over 90% of ZOPA claimed. /20
Structure Format and Presentation (Consistent across all courses) OUT OF 20 MARKS
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Answer clearly and logically presented Serious lack of organization. Body paragraphs do not refer back to or relate to main arguments. Writing is formulaic, i.e. “in conclusion,” “another example is….” Writing style could be more effective. Organization is hard to follow; there is little progression of ideas. Little or no transitions between paragraphs. Need to more effectively weave main arguments throughout and relate body paragraphs. Paragraphs are generally well organized. Better transitions needed. The progression of ideas could be more thoughtful. Paragraphs relate back to main arguments to prove argument. Ideas & arguments are well structured. Thoughtful progression of ideas and details. Sound transitions between paragraphs. Major arguments are effectively made. Ideas & arguments are effectively structured. Thoughtful progression of ideas and details. Excellent transitions between paragraphs. Concluding comments leave the reader thinking. Major arguments are effectively woven throughout everybody paragraph, with ideas always related back to main arguments. /4
Appropriate theory and research used to answer question posed The critique does not have appropriate structure and lacks
direction. No significant observations made from appropriate theory and research. Poor writing and expression of arguments. Reasonable critique which examines the relevant issues and makes reasonable observations made from appropriate theory and research. Reasonable writing and expression of arguments. Good critique examines the relevant issues and makes good observations from appropriate theory and research. Good writing and expression of arguments. A very good critique considered all the relevant issues and made important observations made from appropriate theory and research. Very good writing and expression of arguments. Fully considered all the relevant issues and made significant observations made from appropriate theory and research. Excellent writing and expression of arguments. /4
Correct academic writing style used, including correct spelling, grammar and punctuation Needs more sentence variety. Little or no thought given to diction. Tone or language is conversational. Contains much informal language. Uses “I” or
“you.” Contains many examples of unclear or awkward phrasing. Needs more sentence variety. Attention needed with diction. Contains informal language or conversational tone, or uses “I” or “you.” Unclear or awkward sentence phrasing. Sentence variety is adequate. Tone is appropriate. Diction is clear, but could be more effective. Language is academic, and writing is clear and effective. Very little or no unclear or awkward phrasing. Sentence variety is effective and good. Tone is appropriate and consistent. Diction/ vocabulary is appropriate and effective. Language is academic. Writing is clear, and concise. Sentence variety is effective and sophisticated. Tone is appropriate and consistent. Diction/ vocabulary is sophisticated and effective. Language is academic. Writing is clear, concise, and strong. /4
Format of answer consistent with question requirements and
KBS guidelines No efforts made to follow submission and editing, spacing, etc requirements. Meets most editing, spacing, fonts, and other editing requirements. Some requirements not met. Meets editing, spacing, fonts, and other editing requirements. Meets almost all editing, spacing, fonts, and other editing requirements. Meets all editing, spacing, fonts, and other editing requirements. /3
In-text referencing and reference list follows Harvard style and consistent with KBS guidelines Inappropriate referencing. Not in-line with requirements of Harvard style and consistent with KBS guidelines. Reasonably appropriate referencing, generally in-line with requirements of Harvard style and consistent with KBS guidelines. Good referencing, largely inline with requirements of Harvard style and consistent with KBS guidelines. Very good referencing, 100% in-line with requirements of Harvard style and consistent with KBS guidelines. Excellent/appropriate referencing, 100% in-line with requirements of Harvard style and consistent with KBS guidelines. /3
Word count is within + / – 10% of requirement Word count is within + / – more than 15% of requirement Word count is within + / – 15% of requirement Word count is within + / – 10% of requirement Word count is within + / – 5% of requirement Word count is within
+ / – 0% of requirement /2
Comments:
/80
/20
/100
Assessment Marking Rubric
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Assessment Information Subject Code: MKT201 Subject Name: Integrated Marketing Communications Assessment Title: Length: Individual Short-Term IMC Program Plan 15 slides (no more) Weighting: 40% Total Marks: Submission: 100 Online via Turnitin Due Date: Week 13 (Monday 12th of June, 2017, 15:55 PM AEST) Assessment Description. The purpose of this short-term IMC plan is to further develop your ability to critically evaluate current IMC programs and to provide solutions based on learned IMC theories and concepts. This is a great opportunity to practice your planning skills in developing an IMC campaign with inclusion of budgetary and timing constraints. Based on your report findings in assessment 1 and your creative brief, you are required to design a 6 month IMC program for Samsung’s redesigned message addressing the recent “exploding battery” crisis. To make your learning experience as close as possible to a “real” word business, you are restricted to a budget of $50 000. Your short-term plan must include the following: Part I: Marketing communication goal and objective/s Redesigned message (refer to your assessment 2) Key target audiences Part II: Choice of Marketing Communication Mix 6 month media schedule based on the media mix criteria including time and budgetary restrictions Reach Frequency Continuity Part II: Suggestion of at least three campaign evaluation methods In preparing your slide deck, you will need to reference at least 10 sources of information. These may include corporate websites, government publications, industry reports, census data, journal articles, newspaper articles, and textbook material. Please note that Wikipedia is not to be used. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969 This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (‘Act’). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86 098 181 947 is a registered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B. Assessment Information Assignment Submission Students must submit their individual portfolio via Turnitin on Monday 12th of June, 2017, 15:55 PM AEST This file must be submitted as a ‘PDF’ document to avoid any technical issues that may occur from incorrect file format upload. Uploaded files with a virus will not be considered as a legitimate submission. Turnitin will notify you if there is any issue with the submitted file. In this case, you must contact your lecturer via email and provide a brief description of the issue and a screen shot of the Turnitin error message. You are also encouraged to submit your work well in advance of the deadline to avoid any possible delay with the Turnitin similarity report or any other technical difficulties that may occur. Late assignment submission penalties Penalties will be imposed on late assignment submissions in accordance with Kaplan Business School “late assignment submission penalties” policy. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969 This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (‘Act’). The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further reproduction or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright protection under the Act. Kaplan Business School is a part of Kaplan Inc., a leading global provider of educational services. Kaplan Business School Pty Ltd ABN 86 098 181 947 is a registered higher education provider CRICOS Provider Code 02426B. Assessment Information Assessment Marking Rubric – Individual Short-term IMC Plan 40% Criteria NN (Fail) 0%-49% P (Pass) 50%-64% CR (Credit) 65%-74% DN (Distinction) 75%-84% HD (High Distinction) 85%-100% Critical Analysis and Evaluation /40 Your analysis lacked depth. This has impacted on the quality of your evaluation You have drawn some useful evaluation although a more comprehensive analysis would have been helpful From your comprehensive analysis, you have drawn mostly useful evaluation From your comprehensive analysis, you have drawn convincing evaluation From your comprehensive analysis, you have drawn dynamic and convincing evaluation Plan’s Viability /40 It is unlikely that your plan would be considered and/or implemented It is possible that some of your plan would be considered It is likely that some of your plan would be implemented It is likely that all or most of your plan would be considered and implemented It is extremely likely that all or most of your plan would be considered and implemented Slide Deck Format /20 o Spelling and/or grammar is consistently incorrect, impacting on the flow and readability of your analysis o Ideas/themes have not been developed o The format chosen for your slide deck lacks thought and consideration for the intended audience o In-text referencing and/or reference list is mostly incorrect or non-existent o Even though grammar and spelling are an issue, they do not detract very much from the readability of your analysis o Ideas/themes have been developed, but your composition lacks connections and integration. o The format chosen for your slide deck is appropriate, but major improvements would enhance its presentation o An earnest attempt at intext referencing is obvious but there are major errors o Mostly correct grammar and spelling are very good but with occasional errors o Ideas/themes have been developed, but connections are not always obvious. o The format chosen for your slide deck is appropriate but some improvements would enhance its presentation o Mostly correct in-text referencing and reference list with minor errors throughout and the occasional major error o Errors in grammar and spelling are rare o There is a logical connection between your statements, adding to the readability and credibility of your analysis o Your slide deck is professionally presented and has been submitted in the appropriate format o In-text referencing and the resultant reference list are correct, with only the occasional minor error o Correct grammar and spelling throughout the analysis with no obvious errors o There is an obvious and logical connection between your statements, enhancing the structure, synthesis, credibility, and readability of your analysis o Your slide deck is professionally presented and exceeds expectations in what is evidently suitable for a high-grade commercial environment o In-text referencing and the resultant reference list are correct, with no errors Feedback and Grades will be released via Turnitin COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA Copyright Regulations 1969 This material has been reproduced and communicated to you by or on behalf of Kaplan Business School pursuant to Part VB of the Copyright Act 1968 (‘Act’). 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Assessment Information
Subject Code: MKT201
Subject Name: Integrated Marketing Communications
Assessment Title: Length: Individual Short-Term IMC Program Plan 15 slides (no more)
Weighting: 40%
Total Marks:
Submission: 100
Online via Turnitin
Due Date: Week 13 (Monday 12th of June, 2017, 15:55 PM AEST)
Assessment Description.
The purpose of this short-term IMC plan is to further develop your ability to critically evaluate current IMC programs and to provide solutions based on learned IMC theories and concepts. This is a great opportunity to practice your planning skills in developing an IMC campaign with inclusion of budgetary and timing constraints.
Based on your report findings in assessment 1 and your creative brief, you are required to design a 6 month IMC program for Samsung’s redesigned message addressing the recent “exploding battery” crisis. To make your learning experience as close as possible to a “real” word business, you are restricted to a budget of $50 000.
Your short-term plan must include the following:
Part I:
Marketing communication goal and objective/s
Redesigned message (refer to your assessment 2) Key target audiences
Part II:
Choice of Marketing Communication Mix
6 month media schedule based on the media mix criteria including time and budgetary restrictions
Reach
Frequency
Continuity
Part II:
Suggestion of at least three campaign evaluation methods
In preparing your slide deck, you will need to reference at least 10 sources of information. These may include corporate websites, government publications, industry reports, census data, journal articles, newspaper articles, and textbook material.
Please note that Wikipedia is not to be used.
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Assessment Information
Assignment Submission
Students must submit their individual portfolio via Turnitin on Monday 12th of June, 2017, 15:55
PM AEST
This file must be submitted as a ‘PDF’ document to avoid any technical issues that may occur from incorrect file format upload. Uploaded files with a virus will not be considered as a legitimate submission. Turnitin will notify you if there is any issue with the submitted file. In this case, you must contact your lecturer via email and provide a brief description of the issue and a screen shot of the Turnitin error message.
You are also encouraged to submit your work well in advance of the deadline to avoid any possible delay with the Turnitin similarity report or any other technical difficulties that may occur.
Late assignment submission penalties
Penalties will be imposed on late assignment submissions in accordance with Kaplan Business School “late assignment submission penalties” policy.
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Assessment Information
Assessment Marking Rubric – Individual Short-term IMC Plan 40%
Criteria NN (Fail)
0%-49% P (Pass) 50%-64% CR (Credit) 65%-74% DN (Distinction)
75%-84% HD (High Distinction) 85%-100%
Critical Analysis and Evaluation
/40 Your analysis lacked depth. This has impacted on the quality of your evaluation You have drawn some useful evaluation although a more comprehensive analysis would have been helpful From your comprehensive analysis, you have drawn mostly useful evaluation From your comprehensive analysis, you have drawn convincing evaluation From your comprehensive analysis, you have drawn dynamic and convincing evaluation
Plan’s
Viability
/40 It is unlikely that your plan would
be considered and/or implemented It is possible that some of your plan would be considered It is likely that some of your plan would be implemented It is likely that all or most of your plan would be considered and implemented It is extremely likely that all or most of your plan would be considered and implemented
Slide Deck
Format
/20 o Spelling and/or grammar is consistently incorrect, impacting on the flow and
readability of your analysis
o Ideas/themes have not been developed
o The format chosen for your slide deck lacks thought and consideration for the intended audience
o In-text referencing and/or reference list is mostly incorrect or non-existent
o Even though grammar
and spelling are an issue, they do not detract very much from the readability of your analysis
o Ideas/themes have been developed, but your composition lacks connections and integration.
o The format chosen for your slide deck is appropriate, but major improvements would enhance its presentation
o An earnest attempt at intext referencing is obvious but there are major errors o Mostly correct grammar and spelling are very good but with occasional errors
o Ideas/themes have been developed, but connections are not always obvious. o The format chosen for your slide deck is appropriate but some improvements would enhance its presentation
o Mostly correct in-text referencing and reference list with minor errors throughout and the occasional major error o Errors in grammar and
spelling are rare
o There is a logical connection between your statements, adding to the readability and credibility of your analysis
o Your slide deck is professionally presented and has been submitted in the appropriate format
o In-text referencing and the resultant reference list are correct, with only the occasional minor error o Correct grammar and
spelling throughout the analysis with no obvious errors
o There is an obvious and logical connection between your statements, enhancing the structure, synthesis, credibility, and readability of
your analysis
o Your slide deck is professionally presented and exceeds expectations in what is evidently suitable for a high-grade commercial environment
o In-text referencing and the resultant reference list are correct, with no errors
Feedback and Grades will be released via Turnitin
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ASSESSMENT 2 BSB4201 5 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management Subject/module Workplace Operations Assessment method Written or Oral Questions Due date Session 8

ASSESSMENT 2
BSB4201 5
Certificate IV in Leadership and Management
Subject/module Workplace Operations
Assessment method Written or Oral Questions
Due date Session 8
Weighting
Units of Competency BSBMGT402
Implement operational plan
Instructions
1 Assessments should be completed as per your trainer’s instructions.
2 Assessments must be submitted by the due date to avoid a late submission penalty.
3 Plagiarism is copying someone else’s work and submitting it as your own. You must write your answers in your own words or appropriately reference your sources. A mark of zero will be given for any assessment or part of an assessment that has been plagiarised
4 A list of references must be included
5 You may discuss your assessments with other students, but submitting identical answers to other students will result in a failing grade. Your answers must be yours alone.
6 Your trainer will advise whether the assessment should be digitally uploaded or submitted in hard copy. Assessments that are digitally uploaded should be saved in pdf format.
7 You must pass both assessments in the subject to pass the subject
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Written or Oral Questions
Answer each question in as much detail as possible, considering your organisatlonal requirements for each one.
(5 marks each)
1. Why is it important for managers to plan in advance?
2. Outline the ways an Operational Plan can be implemented.
3. What factors may assist in the achievement of Key Performance Indicators?
4. What scenarios may arise that highlight the need for a contingency plan?
5. Imagine you have been asked to put together a proposal to senior management. Where would you source your information?
6. What areas should you not ask questions about when interviewing potential employees (in accordance with diversity policies and anti-discrimination legislation)?
7. What should new employees be informed of during a new employee induction?
8. What resources are needed to be able to successfully induct new employees into an organisation?
9. Suggest at least on way that you could monitor your department’s budget?
10. What factors may result in a decreased budget?
1 1. Describe a system you would use to measure the performance of your employees and workplace outcome.
12. If an employee was struggling with a particular task, what strategy would you use to help them?
13. What should this achieve?
14. In what circumstances may you have to alter your Organisational Plan?
15. What could be the possible outcomes if company records were inaccurate?
Assessment 2 total: 75 marks
Notes:

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10 ASSESSMENT 1 BSB4201 5 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management Subject/module Workplace Operations Assessment method Written or Oral Questions Due date Session 5 Weighting Units of Competency BSBMGT402

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ASSESSMENT 1
BSB4201 5
Certificate IV in Leadership and Management
Subject/module Workplace Operations
Assessment method Written or Oral Questions
Due date Session 5
Weighting
Units of Competency BSBMGT402
Implement operational plan
Instructions
1 Assessments should be completed as per your trainer’s instructions.
2 Assessments must be submitted by the due date to avoid a late submission penalty.
3 Plagiarism is copying someone else’s work and submitting it as your own. You must write your answers in your own words or appropriately reference your sources. A mark of zero will be given for any assessment or part of an assessment that has been plagiarised
4 A list of references must be included
5 You may discuss your assessments with other students, but submitting identical answers to other students will result in a failing grade. Your answers must be yours alone.
6 Your trainer will advise whether the assessment should be digitally uploaded or submitted in hard copy. Assessments that are digitally uploaded should be saved in pdf format.
7 You must pass both assessments in the subject to pass the subject
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Written or Oral Questions
Answer each question in as much detail as possible, considering your organisatlonal requirements for each one.
1. Give examples of outside parties a manager may consult in a contingency plan for removal of asbestos from their company. (2 marks)
2. Outline the areas a contingency plan should ideally cover. (5 marks)
3. When recruiting a new employee, what considerations need to be made in justifying their addition to the staff? (5 marks)
4. What is a Performance Management Plan used for and what may be the consequences of the results? (4 marks)
5. What are three ways performance can be measured? (3 marks)
6. What strategies can be used to improve productivity? (3 marks)
7. Is coaching or mentoring a staff member more efficient in the long-term?
Why? (5 marks)
8. List 10 qualities that are required of a successful mentor or coach. (10 marks)
9. Where and how should information be kept? (5 marks)
10. What are the purposes of Key Performance Indicators? (5 marks)
Assessment 1 total: 47 marks
Notes:

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BSB42015 CERTIFICATE IV IN LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT I WORKPLACE OPERATIONS VI .3

BSBRES401A Analyse and Present Research Information Assessment Tool 1- Portfolio of Activities These activities are to be completed in a simulated workplace environment.

BSBRES401A Analyse and Present Research Information
Assessment Tool 1- Portfolio of Activities
These activities are to be completed in a simulated workplace environment. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times. Students are expected to observe the following requirements while in session:
• Use appropriate interpersonal skills
• Be respectful to fellow members
• Follow ‘student code of conduct’
SECTION 1: GATHER AND ORGANISE INFORMATI
Activity 1
1. Place the following 7 steps for effectively collecting, organising, recording and reporting information in their correct order.
• Formulate the research design
• Define the scope of the problem
• Prepare and analyse the data/ information
• Collect the required data/ information
• Define the problem/ objective
• Prepare and present the report
• Develop an approach to the problem/ objective
Activity 2
2. Identify whether the following sources of/ types of information are internal or external.
o Employee files
o Intranet
o Public library
o Procedure manuals
o Internet
o Newspaper articles
o Clients
o Sales reports
o Professional organisations
o Colleagues/ other staff
o Memos
o Asset records
o Journals
o Legislation
o Organisational Files
3. Indicate whether the following statements are true or false.
o The acronym IPP stands for Intimate Personal Property.
o The term ‘corporate memory’ refers to information/ knowledge of staff that is not formally recorded.
o According to the Privacy Act 1988, records of personal information must be protected against misuse, loss and unauthorised access.
o A database can only be accessed with a password.
o The term ‘accuracy’ refers to how complete information is.
o The Privacy Act 1988 does not apply to personal information held on databases.
o Paper-based files cannot be protected against unauthorised access.
o The Privacy Act 1988 states that an organisation can only collect personal information that directly relates to the activities of that organisation.
o Intranets are organisational networks that can be viewed by the general public.
o The Privacy Act 1988 requires individuals to provide personal information to their organisation even if it unreasonably intrudes upon the personal affairs of the individual.
Activity 3
4. List 5 sources of secondary information.
5. List 5 methods you could use to gather primary information.
6. What is the purpose and process of the following sources:
• Observation
• Interviews
• Questionnaires and surveys
• Focus groups
• Professional associations
Activity 4
7. List 5 examples of internal information that might be found online.
8. List 5 examples of external sources of online information.
Activity 5
9. Give 2 reasons why it is useful for an organisation to have an intranet.
10. Explain why it is useful for an organisation to have an extranet.
11. Explain why it is useful to bookmark or add a particular site address to your favourites.
12. What equipment do you need in order to connect to the internet?
Activity 6
13. What types of classification systems are used in your workplace for filing or archiving information?
SECTION 2: RESEARCH AND ANALYSE INFORMATION
Activity 7
14. Rewrite the following hypothesis as:
a. Null hypothesis.
b. Purpose statement.
Employee sick leave will be reduced if staff are given a weekly massage.
15. Define the term ‘hypothesis’.
Activity 8
16. What is a ‘Lessons Learned’ database?
Activity 9
17. Imagine you work for an organisation which is hosting a conference in Auckland. You have been given the task of organising the conference. To save time and money you have decided to use the internet to locate products, services and information. Answer the following multiple choice questions.
• The former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating will be the keynote speaker at the conference. You have been asked to research his career online and create a biography that can be distributed to attendees. Which of the following searches would yield the most relevant results?
^ Former prime ministers
^ ‘Paul Keeting’
^ Labor party
• ‘Paul Keating’
^ Australian politicians
• You need to find a conference venue but you do not want to hold the conference in a hotel. Which of the following searches would yield the most relevant results?
^ Conference venues AND New Zealand
^ Conference venues AND Auckland
• Conference venues AND Auckland AND hotels
• Conference organisers AND New Zealand NOT hotels
• Conference venues AND Auckland NOT hotels
• The managing director has asked you to organise accommodation for them. They expect you to find first rate accommodation in the centre of Auckland. Which of the following searches would yield the most relevant results?
• Hotels AND cbd AND new Zealand AND luxury
• Hotels AND Auckland AND luxury AND cbd
• Accommodation AND Auckland
• Really nice accommodation AND Auckland AND cbd
^ Accommodation AND Auckland AND cbd
• They have also asked you to organise transportation for them. You are unsure which keywords to use. Which of the following searches would yield the most relevant results?
• Hire car NOT limousine
• Limousine hire car
• Hire car OR limousine
• Lease vehicles
• Transport links
• You have been asked to find a caterer that specialises in Maori seafood buffets. You have conducted a search using the keywords ‘caterer AND Auckland’. The search has yielded over 300,000 results. What should you do?
• Contact the first 10 caterers as they are listed in order of quality.
• Find a caterer by another means.
• Undertake a new search using the search term ‘conference AND Auckland NOT Maori seafood’.
^ Conduct a search within the search using the term ‘Maori seafood buffet’ to reduce the number of results.
^ Cook the food yourself
Activity 10
18. Identify whether the following statements are fact or opinion.
a. In 2005, more rain fell in Tasmania than in any other state or territory.
b. All people over the age of 18 should have a life insurance policy in place.
c. Sharks are fascinating animals to study.
d. The cost of petrol is too high.
e. Between May 2006 and May 2007, the average earnings of females in Australia rose by 4%.
f. Cats are easier to look after than dogs.
g. During an asthma attack, muscles around the airways tighten up.
h. Governments must invest more money in the environment.
i. Diamonds are the hardest substance known to humans.
j. Saturn takes longer to travel around the Sun than Earth does.
19. Match the following terms to their explanations:
k. The level of consensus among the data.
1. The average score for a set of responses.
m. The distribution of responses around the mean.
Explanations:
o Standard deviation
o Frequency distribution
o Mean
Activity 11
20. What needs to be supplied to show that assumptions, recommendations or conclusions are valid?
SECTION 3: PRESENT INFORMATION
Activity 12
21. What are the advantages of telephone, internet and video conferences? Activity 13
22. List 4 things you can do to ensure that reports are clear and easy to understand. Activity 14
23. What is a communication plan?
24. What questions should be asked when creating a communication plan?
25. What are the benefits of freely sharing information?
Activity 15
26. Why is it important to obtain feedback about the solutions that have been proposed and implemented?

BSBINN301A Promote Innovation in a Team Environment Assessment Tool 3: Projects This project should be tjped in times new roman, 12 font and should he justified align. You are required to address the dot points; your project should not exceed 1500 words.

BSBINN301A Promote Innovation in a Team Environment
Assessment Tool 3: Projects
This project should be tjped in times new roman, 12 font and should he justified align. You are
required to address the dot points; your project should not exceed 1500 words.
Project 1
Write a paper answering each of the questions below in detail.
o Recently the production levels of your work group or team appear to have decreased. You need, therefore, to increase the quality and quantity of outputs.
o Describe, in detail, the procedures you could use to solve this problem. Consider the various approaches you could take and the ways in which you can generate the most innovative problem solutions.
o Explain the strategies you might use and give reasons for using these methods. Why do you consider that they are the most efficient and effective ways of involving the team in the problem solution? How should you ensure that the team members cooperated and collaborated?
o How could you encourage the team to look further than the immediate problems and to consider innovative improvement activities that could be built into future work initiatives?
o How would you reward and recognise innovative ideas and contributions from team members and why is it necessary to do this?
o Would you give feedback to team members who made suggestions that were not feasible or could not be used? How? Why?