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AssessmentTask 2Apply critical thinkingfor complex problemsolvingBSBCRT611
Student DeclarationTo be filled out and submitted with assessment responsesI declare that this task and any attached document related to the task is all my own work and Ihave not cheated or plagiarised the work or colluded with any other student(s)I understand that if I am found to have plagiarised, cheated or colluded, action will be takenagainst me according to the process explained to meI have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout these assessmenttasks.I have read and understood the assessment requirements for this unitI understand the rights to re-assessmentI understand the right to appeal the decisions made in the assessmentUnit TitleUnit CodeStudentnameArslan ZafarStudent IDnumber64153StudentsignatureArslanDateTask Number2BSBCRT611 - Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving V3 2021Page 2RTO Provider: 91153- CRICOSCode: 02672Kgreenwichcollege.edu.au
------OFFICE USE ONLY-----For Trainer and Assessor to complete:Student requested reasonable adjustment for the assessmentCompleted successfullyDid the student satisfactorily:CommentsYNDNSThe student has satisfactorily completedand submitted the following:Brief -scope of the resolution process inTask 2.1.2Observation checklist in Task 2.2.1List of selected ideation techniqueswith justification in Task 2.2.1List of ‘how might we’ questions in Task2.2.1List of criteria for an evaluation in Task2.2.1Alternative solutions list in Task 2.2.1List of shortlisted solutions in Task 2.2.1Evaluation of shortlisted solutionsagainst criteria in Task 2.2.2Evaluation of advantages andlimitations of shortlisted ideas in Task2.2.2Decision tree diagram to select asolution in Task 2.2.2Feedback register template in Task2.2.2Brief proposal – Version 1 in Task 2.2.3Updated feedback register in Task 2.3.1Brief proposal – Version 2 in Task 2.3.1Email to the Board of Directors in Task2.3.2Reflection in Task 2.3.3Demonstrated ability to:Identify complex issues for resolutionwithin the scope of job role and inconsultation with relevant stakeholdersDocument task objectives and risksinvolved in pursuing the identifiedissueResearch legislative frameworks andBSBCRT611 - Apply critical thinking for complex problem solving V3 2021Page 3RTO Provider: 91153- CRICOSCode: 02672Kgreenwichcollege.edu.au
Completed successfullyDid the student satisfactorily:CommentsYNDNSorganisational policy or proceduresapplicable to the identified issueCalculate required resourcesThis is evidenced by:Active participation in the briefing withthe CEO (Role-Play) – refer to feedbackon this marking sheetBrief -scope of the resolution process inTask 2.1.2Demonstrated ability to:Facilitate an ideation session withrelevant stakeholdersThis is evidenced by:Observation checklist in Task 2.2.1List of selected ideation techniqueswith justification in Task 2.2.1List of ‘how might we’ questions in Task2.2.1List of criteria for an evaluation in Task2.2.1Alternative solutions list in Task 2.2.1List of shortlisted solutions in Task 2.2.1Demonstrated ability to:Evaluate formulated solutions foradvantages and limitations usingcritical thinking techniquesApply decision-making processes toselect most viable solutionThis is evidenced by:Evaluation of shortlisted solutionsagainst criteria in Task 2.2.2

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