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TASK 2: CASE STUDY REPORT (5,000 TO 7,500 WORDS) 80%
? Note: The word count does not include letter of transmittal, executive summary, references or appendices.
REPORT STRUCTURE AND PRESENTATION 5%
Your report should include a professional title page, computer generated Table of Contents (including List of Tables and List of Figures) and Appendices.
? Note: The Title Page, Table of Contents (including List of Tables and List of Figures, and Appendices must conform to the guidelines outlined in the Smith and Summers, Communications Skills Handbook 4th Edition, Chapter 3 – link provided on the StudyDesk, in Assignment 2 Extra Resources: Assignment 2 Report Writing Resources.
? Make sure to state the names of all students involved in the report on the title page.
REPORT LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND INTRODUCTION 5%
Your report should include a letter of transmittal, executive summary, and introduction to the report.
? Note: The Letter of Transmittal, Executive Summary and Introduction must conform to the guidelines outlined in the Smith and Summers, Communications Skills Handbook 4th Edition, Chapter 3 – link provided on the StudyDesk, in Assignment 2 Extra Resources: Assignment 2 Report Writing Resources.
REPORT SECTION 1 – BUSINESS STRATEGY 10%
What Information Technology Strategies should the Business consider to obtain / retain competitive advantage in their marketspace?
• Using Porter’s Five Forces Model, discuss how each of the five forces relates to Stan Lee’s business. Justify your answer.
• What should be the business’s focus? Discuss what the business’s focus is in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies. Justify your answer.
• What are the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and what are the types of metrics the business should be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management? Justify your answer.
• Discuss what are the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management. Justify your answer.
• Include a diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain based on the information you have from Assignment 1 and 2; to help Stan visualise what you are recommending.
(Use Baltzan et al Chapter 1 – Business Information Systems & Chapter 9 Section 2 – Enterprise Information Systems: SCM to assist you in answering this topic)
? You are expected to have access to the Baltzan et al 3rd Edition textbook as your starting point to answering all the above questions – use of Google search in place of the textbook may result in lower or failing marks.

REPORT SECTION 2 – E-BUSINESS AND MOBILE BUSINESS 10%
How can the Stan Lee’s business move from a mail order focused business to a e-business with an online presence?
• What are the benefits and challenges that Stan Lee’s business should be aware of before becoming an e-business?
• What are the characteristics of Web / Business 2.0? How should Stan Lee’s business address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business?
• What are the four types of e-business models, which type(s) of e-business model(s) should the business be considering implementing? Why?
• What tools should Stan Lee’s business use to measure their e-business success? Why
• Should the business also consider implementing m-business? What are the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware of?
(Use Baltzan et al Chapter 7 Section 1 - Enterprise Architecture to assist you in answering this topic)
? You are expected to have access to the Baltzan et al 3rd Edition textbook as your starting point to answering all the above questions – use of Google search in place of the textbook may result in lower or failing marks.
REPORT SECTION 3 – PRIVACY 10%
What privacy issues should the Stan Lee’s business be aware of when embarking on an e-business with an online presence?
• What Australian laws should Stan Lee be aware of regarding privacy? How do these laws affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers?
• How should Stan Lee’s business communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers?
• Provide two (2) examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment of customer privacy.
• Provide a draft communication that Stan Lee’s business could use to communicate their commitment to the privacy of customers.
• As the business’s potential client base is international, what other global information privacy issues should Stan Lee be aware of?
(Use Baltzan et al Chapter 11 Section 1 – Ethics & Privacy to assist you in answering this topic)
? You are expected to have access to the Baltzan et al 3rd Edition textbook as your starting point to answering all the above questions – use of Google search in place of the textbook may result in lower or failing marks.

REPORT SECTION 4 – ETHICS 10%
What are the relationships that Stan Lee’s business should be aware of when using IT workers – how should they be managed, and what key ethical issues can arise in each.?
• What are the six (6) typical relationships that IT workers are involved in? How do they relate to Stan Lee’s business?
• How should IT workers manage each of the six (6) typical relationship?
• For each of the six (6) typical relationships, provide two (2) examples of ethical issues that can arise. How could each ethical issue affect the business?
• What is a professional code of ethics and how could employing IT workers from a professional association, like the Australian Computing Society, help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise?
(Use Baltzan et al Chapter 11 Section 1 – Ethics & Privacy [including Moisiadis et al Chapter 10 provided on the Study Desk] to assist you in answering this topic)
? You are expected to have access to the Baltzan et al 3rd Edition textbook as your starting point to answering all the above questions – use of Google search in place of the textbook may result in lower or failing marks.
REPORT: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BUSINESS 10%
Your report should include separate conclusions and recommendations sections.
• Conclusions provide a summary of your key findings from the body of the report.
• Recommendations provide a summary of the recommendations to the business based on the research conducted in the report.
? Note: The Conclusions and Recommendations must conform to the guidelines outlined in the Smith and Summers, Communications Skills Handbook 4th Edition, Chapter 3 – link provided on the StudyDesk, in Assignment 2 Extra Resources: Assignment 2 Report Writing Resources.
REPORT: REFERENCING AND APPROPRIATENESS OF SOURCES 20%
References are required and the Harvard AGPS standard of referencing must be used, including in-text referencing.
? Ensure that your Report is fully referenced, including any references to the textbook.
? Your Report must include a List of References using the Harvard AGPS standards. A useful link on referencing is from USQ’s Library site: http://www.usq.edu.au/library/referencing
? You must use at least ten (10) academically sound sources other than the textbook in completing this report.
? Any direct and paraphrased quotes must be referenced using Harvard AGPS style and listed in the List of References.
Do not repeat verbatim large portions of information from other sources such as the text or video – you must put the ideas/information in your own words. Only use small direct quotes where possible.
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Personal Research Journal / 5
Report: Structure and Presentation / 5
Report: Letter of Transmittal, Executive Summary and Introduction / 5
Report Section 1 – Information Technology Strategy / 10
Report Section 2 – E-Business and Mobile Business / 10
Report Section 3 – Privacy / 10
Report Section 4 – Ethics / 10
Report: Conclusions and Recommendations to the Business / 10
Report: Referencing and Appropriateness of Sources / 20
Presentation Design: Appropriate Structure and Design / 5
Presentation Content: Scope of the Report, Key Findings and Recommendations / 10

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? Note: Major Academic Misconduct will incur loss of all marks for the assignment and may lead to failure of the course.
? Students usually perform well in the assignment but a satisfactory performance in the exam is also required for students to pass this course.
? You are expected to have access to the Baltzan et al 3rd Edition textbook as your starting point to answering all the above questions – use of Google search in place of the textbook may result in lower or failing marks.

TASK 1
Each student in the group is to prepare a journal that records their activities and progress related to completing this assignment.
Each member of the group should include their journals separately in Appendix 1.
JOURNAL
Logical development of Journal & Journal Reference List as per Assignment Specifications.
5 4 3 ½ 2 ½ 1 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Compelling and well- structured account (at least 25 words per activity). Activities clearly described. Initiative clearly demonstrated. Good structure and comprehensive account of activities (at least 25 words per activity). Adequate structure and account of activities (at least 25 words per activity). Adequate structure but limited description of activities (between 5 and 25 words per activity). Poor structure and/or inadequate list of activities. Incoherent account (less than 5 words per activity). No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Reference list provided and correctly formatted. Referencing compliant with Harvard AGPS referencing method with some minor lapses. Minor errors in referencing method. Limited references provided and/or poorly formatted reference list. Lack of reference list or poorly formatted references. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
? You are expected to have access to the Baltzan et al 3rd Edition textbook as your starting point to answering all the above questions – use of Google search in place of the textbook may result in lower or failing marks.

TASK 2
Develop a report to provide The Doctor with information about the topics that he sees as key to his business growth.
REPORT: STRUCTURE AND PRESENTATION
Logical development of the Report Structure and Presentation including a professional title page, computer generated Table of Contents (including List of Tables and List of Figures) and Appendices as per Assignment Specifications.
5 4 3 ½ 2 ½ 1 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Report Structure shows professional presentation of material resulting in clarity of message and information. Report Structure carefully and logically organised.
Report Structure shows organisation and coherence.
Report Structure shows some attempt to organise in a logical manner.
Report Structure is Disorganised / incoherent.
No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Excellent clarity of expression. Grammar and spelling accurate, suitable tone and style for target audience. Expression fluent. Grammar and spelling accurate except for minor lapses in target audience focus. Grammar and spelling mainly accurate, at times language is unclear and/or unsuitable for target audience. Grammar and/or spelling contains errors. Language use is poorly executed or uses too much jargon. Frequent mistakes in grammar and/or spelling. Style not appropriate for target audience. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Title page and computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures accurate and show professional appearance. Title page and computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures accurate. Adequate title page and computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures. Some flaws in title page and/or computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures. Poor formatting, or missing title page, computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Appendices are clearly labelled and referenced. Appendices used to provide appropriate supporting material Adequate use of appendices to improve report readability. Some limited reference to the appendices in the report Appendices not clearly identified or referenced. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.

REPORT: LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND INTRODUCTION
Logical development of the Letter of Transmittal, Executive Summary, and Introduction to the report as per Assignment Specifications.
5 4 3 ½ 2 ½ 1 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Letter of Transmittal professionally developed and clearly establishes contact with the Business owner, contains a positive opening, provides a brief overview of the report and ends with a good will message. Letter of Transmittal mostly professionally developed and establishes contact with the Business owner, contains a positive opening, provides a brief overview of the report and ends with a good will message. Letter of Transmittal establishes contact with the Business owner, contains a positive opening, provides a brief overview of the report and ends with a good will message. Some flaws in the Letter of Transmittal contact with the Business owner, positive opening, brief overview of the report, good will message. Poor formatting or missing elements in the Letter of Transmittal contact with the Business owner, positive opening, brief overview of the report, or good will message. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Executive Summary professionally developed and of appropriate length. Clearly provides the purpose of the report, the type of analysis conducted, the significant findings and recommendations Executive Summary mostly professionally developed and of appropriate length. Clearly provides the purpose of the report, the type of analysis conducted, the significant findings and recommendations Executive Summary of appropriate length. Mostly provides the purpose of the report, the type of analysis conducted, the significant findings and recommendations. Some flaws in the Executive Summary length, purpose of the report, type of analysis conducted, significant findings, or recommendations Poor formatting, or missing elements in the Executive Summary, purpose of the report, type of analysis conducted, significant findings, or recommendations No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Introduction professionally developed and broken into three (3) labelled sections. Clearly provides the authorisation and purpose of the report, the limitations (hindrances) encountered, and the scope of the report. Introduction mostly professionally developed and broken into three (3) labelled sections. Clearly provides the authorisation and purpose of the report, the limitations (hindrances) encountered, and the scope of the report. Introduction broken into three (3) labelled sections. Mostly provides the authorisation and purpose of the report, the limitations (hindrances) encountered, and the scope of the report. Some flaws in the Introduction structure, the authorisation and purpose of the report, the limitations (hindrances) encountered, or the scope of the report Poor formatting, or missing elements in the Introduction, the authorisation and purpose of the report, the limitations (hindrances) encountered, or the scope of the report No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.

REPORT SECTION 1 – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY
Logical development of your response to the question “What Information Technology Strategies should Stan Lee’s business should consider to obtain / retain competitive advantage in their marketspace?” as per Assignment Specifications.
• Using Porter’s Five Forces Model, discuss how each of the five forces relates to Dr Stan Lee’s business. Justify your answer.
• What should be the business’s focus? Discuss what the business’s focus is in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies. Justify your answer.
• What are the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and what are the types of metrics the business should be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management? Justify your answer.
• Discuss what are the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management. Justify your answer.
o Include a diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain based on the information you have from Assignment 1 and 2; to help Stan visualise what you are recommending.
(Baltzan et al Chapters 1 & 9 Section 2 – Business Information Systems / Enterprise Information Systems: SCM)
10 8 ½ 6 ½ 5 3 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Provides excellent discussion of how each of Porter’s Five Forces Model relates to the business: 1) Threat of new entrants; 2) Threat of substitute products or services; 3) Bargaining power of customers (buyers); 4) Bargaining power of suppliers; and 5) Intensity of competitive rivalry Clearly discusses how each of Porter’s Five Forces Model relates to the business: 1) Threat of new entrants; 2) Threat of substitute products or services; 3) Bargaining power of customers (buyers); 4) Bargaining power of suppliers; and 5) Intensity of competitive rivalry Adequate discussion of how each of Porter’s Five Forces Model relates to the business: 1) Threat of new entrants; 2) Threat of substitute products or services; 3) Bargaining power of customers (buyers); 4) Bargaining power of suppliers; and 5) Intensity of competitive rivalry Limited discussion of how each of Porter’s Five Forces Model relates to the business: 1) Threat of new entrants; 2) Threat of substitute products or services; 3) Bargaining power of customers (buyers); 4) Bargaining power of suppliers; and 5) Intensity of competitive rivalry Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of how each of Porter’s Five Forces Model relates to the business: 1) Threat of new entrants; 2) Threat of substitute products or services; 3) Bargaining power of customers (buyers); 4) Bargaining power of suppliers; and 5) Intensity of competitive rivalry No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.

Provides excellent discussion of what should be the business’s focus in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies: 1) Cost Leadership Strategy; 2) Differentiation Strategy; and 3) Focus strategies Clearly discusses what should be the business’s focus in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies: 1) Cost Leadership Strategy; 2) Differentiation Strategy; and 3) Focus strategies Adequate discussion of what should be the business’s focus in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies: 1) Cost Leadership Strategy; 2) Differentiation Strategy; and 3) Focus strategies Limited discussion of what should be the business’s focus in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies: 1) Cost Leadership Strategy; 2) Differentiation Strategy; and 3) Focus strategies Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of what should be the business’s focus in relation to Porter’s Three Generic Strategies: 1) Cost Leadership Strategy; 2) Differentiation Strategy; and 3) Focus strategies
Provides excellent discussion of the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and the types of metrics should the business be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management Clearly discusses the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and the types of metrics should the business be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management Adequate discussion of the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and the types of metrics should the business be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management Limited discussion of the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and the types of metrics should the business be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the benefits to the business of Supply Chain Management and the types of metrics should the business be using to measure the performance of their Supply Chain Management
Provides excellent discussion of the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management Clearly discusses the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management Adequate discussion of the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management Limited discussion of the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the Upstream and Downstream steps involved in the business’s Supply Chain Management
Excellent development of the diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain. Clear development of the diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain. Adequate development of the diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain. Some flaws in the development of the diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain. Incomplete or inappropriate development of the diagram of the business’s current Supply Chain.

REPORT SECTION 2 – E-BUSINESS AND MOBILE BUSINESS
Logical development of your response to the question “How can the Stan Lee’s business move from a mail order focused business to a e-business with an online presence?” as per Assignment Specifications.
• What are the benefits and challenges that Stan Lee’s business should be aware of before becoming an e-business?
• What are the characteristics of Web / Business 2.0? How should Stan Lee’s business address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business?
• What are the four types of e-business models, which type(s) of e-business model(s) should the business be considering implementing? Why?
• What tools should Stan Lee’s business use to measure their e-business success? Why?
• Should the business also consider implementing m-business? What are the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware of?
(Baltzan et al Chapters 2 & 3 – A Brave New Connected World / E-Business & Mobile Business to assist you in answering this topic)
10 8 ½ 6 ½ 5 3 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Provides excellent discussion of the benefits and challenges that the business should be aware of before becoming an e-business. Clearly discusses the benefits and challenges that the business should be aware of before becoming an e-business. Adequate discussion of the benefits and challenges that the business should be aware of before becoming an e-business Limited discussion of the benefits and challenges that the business should be aware of before becoming an e-business Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the benefits and challenges that the business should be aware of before becoming an e-business No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Provides excellent discussion of characteristics of Web / Business 2.0 and how the business should address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business Clearly discusses the characteristics of Web / Business 2.0 and how the business should address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business Adequate discussion of the characteristics of Web / Business 2.0 and how the business should address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business Limited discussion of the characteristics of Web / Business 2.0 and how the business should address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the characteristics of Web / Business 2.0 and how the business should address these characteristics when setting themselves up as an e-business
Provides excellent discussion of the type(s) of e-business model(s) the business should be considering implementing, and clearly justifies why to the business Clearly discusses the type(s) of e-business model(s) the business should be considering implementing, and justifies why to the business Adequate discussion of the type(s) of e-business model(s) the business should be considering implementing, and justifies why to the business Limited discussion of the type(s) of e-business model(s) the business should be considering implementing, or justification of why to the business Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the type(s) of e-business model(s) the business should be considering implementing, or justification of why to the business
Provides excellent discussion of the tools the business should use to measure their e-business success and clearly justifies why the business should use these metrics. Clearly discusses the tools the business should use to measure their e-business success and justifies why the business should use these metrics. Adequate discussion of the tools the business should use to measure their e-business success and justifies why the business should use these metrics. Limited discussion of the tools the business should use to measure their e-business success or justification of why the business should use these metrics. Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the tools the business should use to measure their e-business success or justification of why the business should use these metrics.
Provides excellent justification as to whether the business should also consider implementing m-business, and discussion of the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware. Clearly justifies whether the business should also consider implementing m-business, and clearly discusses the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware. Adequate justification as to whether the business should also consider implementing m-business, and discussion of the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware. Limited justification as to whether the business should also consider implementing m-business, or discussion of the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware. Incomplete or inappropriate justification as to whether the business should also consider implementing m-business, or discussion of the benefits and challenges Stan Lee will need to be aware.

REPORT SECTION 3 - PRIVACY
Logical development of your response to the question “What privacy issues should the Stan Lee’s business be aware of when embarking on an e-business with an online presence?” as per Assignment Specifications.
• What Australian laws should Stan Lee be aware of regarding privacy? How do these laws affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers?
• How should Stan Lee’s business communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers?
• Provide two (2) examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment of customer privacy.
• As the business’s potential client base is international, what other global information privacy issues should Stan Lee be aware of?
(Use Baltzan et al Chapter 11 Section 1 – Ethics & Privacy to assist you in answering this topic)
10 8 ½ 6 ½ 5 3 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Provides excellent discussion of the Australian laws Stan Lee should be aware of regarding privacy, and explains how these laws will affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers Clearly discusses the Australian laws Stan Lee should be aware of regarding privacy, and explains how these laws will affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers Adequate discussion of the Australian laws Stan Lee should be aware of regarding privacy, and explains how these laws will affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers Limited discussion of the Australian laws Stan Lee should be aware of regarding privacy, or explains how these laws will affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the Australian laws Stan Lee should be aware of regarding privacy, or explains how these laws will affect how the business collects and uses information collected from its customers No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Provides excellent discussion how the business should communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Clearly discusses how the business should communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Adequate discussion of how the business should communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Limited discussion of how the business should communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of how the business should communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers
Identifies two (2) excellent examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment of customer privacy Identifies two (2) good examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment to customer privacy Adequate identification of two (2) examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment to customer privacy Limited identification of two (2) examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment to customer privacy Incomplete or inappropriate identification of two (2) examples of how similar businesses achieve this communication of commitment to customer privacy
Provides an excellent draft communication that the business could use to communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Good draft communication that the business could use to communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Adequate draft communication that the business could use to communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Limited draft communication that the business could use to communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers Incomplete or inappropriate draft communication that the business could use to communicate its commitment to the privacy of customers
Provides excellent discussion of other global information privacy issues Stan Lee should be aware of. Clearly discusses of other global information privacy issues Stan Lee should be aware of. Adequate discussion of other global information privacy issues Stan Lee should be aware of. Limited discussion of other global information privacy issues Stan Lee should be aware of. Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of other global information privacy issues Stan Lee should be aware of.

REPORT SECTION 4 - ETHICS
Logical development of your response to the question “What are the relationships that Stan Lee’s business should be aware of when using IT workers – how should they be managed, and what key ethical issues can arise in each.” as per Assignment Specifications.
• What are the six (6) typical relationships that IT workers are involved in? How do they relate to Stan Lee’s business?
• How should IT workers manage each of the six (6) typical relationship?
• For each of the six (6) typical relationships, provide two (2) examples of ethical issues that can arise. How could each ethical issue affect the business?
• What is a professional code of ethics and how could employing IT workers from a professional association, like the Australian Computing Society, help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise?
(Use Baltzan et al Chapter 11 Section 1 – Ethics & Privacy [including Moisiadis et al Chapter 10 provided on the Study Desk] to assist you in answering this topic)
10 8 ½ 6 ½ 5 3 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Provides excellent discussion of all six (6) typical relationships that IT workers are involved in, and an excellent outline of how each relates to Stan Lee’s business Clearly discusses all six (6) typical relationships that IT workers are involved in, and outlines how each relates to Stan Lee’s business Adequate discussion of the typical relationships that IT workers are involved in, and outlines how each relates to Stan Lee’s business Limited discussion of the typical relationships that IT workers are involved in, or how each relates to Stan Lee’s business Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the typical relationships that IT workers are involved in, or how each relates to Stan Lee’s business No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Provides excellent discussion how IT workers should manage each of the six (6) typical relationship Clearly discusses how IT workers should manage each of the six (6) typical relationship Adequate discussion of how IT workers should manage each of the six (6) typical relationship Limited discussion of how IT workers should manage each of the six (6) typical relationship Incomplete or inappropriate discussion how IT workers should manage each of the six (6) typical relationship

Identifies two (2) excellent examples of ethical issues that can arise in each of the six (6) typical relationships, and explains how each ethical issue could affect the business Identifies two (2) good examples of ethical issues that can arise in each of the six (6) typical relationships, and explains how each ethical issue could affect the business Adequate identification of two (2) examples of ethical issues that can arise in each of the six (6) typical relationships, and explanation of how each ethical issue could affect the business Limited identification of two (2) examples of ethical issues that can arise in each of the six (6) typical relationships, and explanation of how each ethical issue could affect the business Incomplete or inappropriate identification of two (2) ethical issues that can arise in each of the six (6) typical relationships, and explanation of how each ethical issue could affect the business
Provides excellent discussion on professional code of ethics, and how employing IT workers from a professional association can help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise Clearly discusses professional code of ethics, and how employing IT workers from a professional association can help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise Adequate discussion on professional code of ethics, and how employing IT workers from a professional association can help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise Limited discussion on professional code of ethics, and how employing IT workers from a professional association can help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise Incomplete or inappropriate discussion on professional code of ethics, and how employing IT workers from a professional association can help Stan Lee’s business avoid the ethical issues that can arise

REPORT: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Logical development of the Conclusions and Recommendations to the report as per Assignment Specifications.
10 8 ½ 6 ½ 5 3 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Conclusions professionally developed. Clearly provides a summary of the main points or findings of the report, and are consistent with the outline given in the Introduction. Conclusions mostly professionally developed. Clearly provides a summary of the main points or findings of the report, and are consistent with the outline given in the Introduction. Conclusions mostly provides a summary of the main points or findings of the report, and are consistent with the outline given in the Introduction. Some flaws in the Conclusions’ summary of the main points or findings of the report, or the consistency with the outline given in the Introduction Poor formatting, or missing elements in the Conclusions’ summary of the main points or findings of the report, or the consistency with the outline given in the Introduction No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Recommendations professionally developed and clearly based on the conclusions. Clearly provides suggested options for solving the problems outlined in the report. Recommendations mostly professionally developed and clearly based on the conclusions. Clearly provides suggested options for solving the problems outlined in the report. Recommendations based on the conclusions. Providing suggested options for solving the problems outlined in the report. Some flaws in the Recommendations based on the conclusions, or the suggested options for solving the problems outlined in the report. Poor formatting, or missing elements in the Recommendations based on the conclusions, or the suggested options for solving the problems outlined in the report. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.

REPORT: REFERENCING AND APPROPRIATENESS OF SOURCES
Logical development of the Referencing and Appropriateness of Sources as per Assignment Specifications.
20 17 13 10 7 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
In-text referencing fully compliant with Harvard AGPS referencing method. In-text referencing compliant with Harvard AGPS referencing method with some minor lapses. In-text sources are mostly referenced correctly. Minor errors in referencing method. Gaps in in-text referencing – including incorrect structure and missing references included in the List of References. Unsatisfactory in-text referencing. Few or no references or inconsistent reference method. This may be the result of plagiarism. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
List of References fully compliant with Harvard AGPS referencing method. List of References compliant with Harvard AGPS referencing method with some minor lapses. List of References sources are mostly correct. Minor errors in referencing method. Gaps in List of References – including incorrect structure and missing references included in the in-text references. Unsatisfactory List of References. Few or no references or inconsistent reference method. This may be the result of plagiarism. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Wide range of appropriate sources (more than 10) appropriately analysed, applied and discussed. Variety of appropriate sources (more than 10) appropriately analysed, applied and discussed. Clear evidence of research and application of textbook concepts. References in the report are purely descriptive indicating limitations of understanding. No evidence of research or irrelevant sources cited. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.

TASK 3
Develop a business presentation to the client, The Doctor, outlining the project scope, key findings and key recommendations from the Case Study Report.
PRESENTATION DESIGN: APPROPRIATE STRUCTURE AND DESIGN
Professional development of a business presentation to the client with appropriate structure and design as per the Presentation considerations given in the Practical Skills Appendices.
5 4 3 ½ 2 ½ 1 ½ 0
High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
An outstanding attempt – logically developed presentation structure and design. An excellent presentation structure that meets all the specified criteria of good presentation design given in the Practical Skills appendices. More than competently meets the criteria given in the Practical Skills appendices with only minor mistakes or omissions. Competently meets the criteria as given in the Practical Skills appendices with few minor mistakes or omissions. Limited, does not meet the criteria as given in the Practical Skills appendices. Did not sufficiently meet the criteria to pass.
PRESENTATION CONTENT: SCOPE OF THE REPORT
Development of appropriate content in business presentation notes areas of each slide outlining the project scope, key findings and key recommendations from the Case Study Report.
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High Distinction: Distinction: Credit: Pass: Fail: Not Submitted:
Provides excellent discussion of the scope of the presentation, clearly outlining why the report was developed, for whom, and the key topics the report addresses. Clearly discusses the scope of the presentation, outlining why the report was developed, for whom, and the key topics the report addresses. Adequate discussion of the scope of the presentation, why the report was developed, for whom, and the key topics the report addresses with only minor mistakes or omissions. Limited discussion of the scope of the presentation, with few minor omissions of why the report was developed, for whom, and the key topics the report addresses. Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the scope of the presentation, why the report was developed, for whom, and the key topics the report addresses. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Provides excellent discussion of the key findings of the presentation, clearly outlining each of the key findings from the report (matches the report conclusions) Clearly discusses the key findings of the presentation, outlining each of the key findings from the report (matches the report conclusions) Adequate discussion of the key findings of the presentation, discussing each of the key findings from the report and matching the conclusions discussed in the report with only minor mistakes or omissions. Limited discussion of the key findings of the presentation, with few minor omissions, limited outline of each of the key findings from the report and / or does not match the conclusions discussed in the report. Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the key findings of the presentation, and / or limited use of each of the key findings from the report. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Provides excellent discussion of the key recommendations of the presentation, clearly outlining each of the key recommendations from the report (matches the report recommendations) Clearly discusses the key recommendations of the presentation, outlining each of the key findings from the report (matches the report recommendations) Adequate discussion of the key recommendations of the presentation, discussing each of the key recommendations from the report and matching the recommendations discussed in the report with only minor mistakes or omissions. Limited discussion of the key recommendations of the presentation, with few minor omissions, limited outline of each of the key recommendations from the report and / or does not match the recommendations discussed in the report. Incomplete or inappropriate discussion of the key recommendations of the presentation, and / or limited use of each of the key recommendations from the report. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.