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Group Final Project

Due: November 22nd 2015


Marks: 15%
For an organisation, functional division or major business process (i.e. entity) of your choice
(a) Assess the information system of the entity, clearly showing current uses and impact of its IS to
a. decision making
b. performance management
c. teamwork, collaboration and synergy
d. operations reporting
e. communication (internally and/or externally)
(b) Recommend specific initiatives the entity can adopt to improve performance in any one or
combinations of these areas, clearly outlining
a. The technologies to be used
b. The likely impact on existing processes
c. Budget projections
d. Staffing / outsourcing requirements
(c) Outline the approach you would take to ensure the process changes are realised.

Presentation Rubric
Presentation
Answers
Assignment

5
Project includes
all material
needed to gain a
comfortable
understanding of
the topic. It
references
theoretical
models and is a
highly effective
study guide.

4
Project
includes most
material
needed to
gain a
comfortable
understanding
of the material
but is lacking
one or two key
elements. It
may reference
theoretical
models and is
an adequate
study outline.

3
Project is
missing more
than two key
elements. It
may reference
theoretical
models in an
undeveloped
way and would
make an
incomplete
study guide.

1-2
Project is
lacking several
key elements,
does not
adequately
reference
theoretical
models and
has
inaccuracies
that make it a
poor study
guide.

Organisation

Student
presents

Student
presents

Audience has
difficulty

Audience
cannot

information in
logical,
interesting
sequence that
audience can
follow.

information in
logical
sequence that
audience can
follow.

following
presentation
because
student jumps
around.

understand
presentation
because there
is no sequence
of information.

Effectiveness

Student
presents
information in
logical,
interesting
sequence that
audience can
follow.

Student
presents
information in
logical
sequence that
audience can
follow.

Audience has
difficulty
following
presentation
because
student jumps
around.

Audience
cannot
understand
presentation
because there
is no sequence
of information.

Focus Clarity

Purpose of
presentation is
clear from the
outset.
Supporting ideas
maintain clear
focus on the
topic.

Topic of the
presentation
is clear.
Content
generally
supports the
purpose.

Presentation
lacks clear
direction. Big
ideas not
specifically
identified.

No focus at all.
Audience
cannot
determine
purpose of
presentation.

Presentation

Presentation is
clear and
professional,
enhancing the
message.

Presentation
is mostly clear
and
professional.

Significant
Presentation is
problems with
unclear and/or
clarity and/or
unprofessional.
professionalism
of presentation.

Q&A

Speaker
expands upon
previous
statements.
Cites additional
examples to
answer question.

Thoughtful,
concise
responses.
Conveys
knowledge of
subject.

Responses not
clear or do not
add to
comprehension
of the listener.

Could not
answer
questions or
answers are
irrelevant.