Portfolio Questions 2018-1.pdf

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ACCT3002 Portfolio assessment Page 1 Semester 1, 2018 ACCT3002 Issues in Management Accounting Semester 1, 2018 Portfolio Requirements The Portfolio is an individual assessment. Students are to work on the questions individually. The Portfolio must be submitted through Turnitin within the Assessment tab in Blackboard. The portfolio submission is to contain: x A word processed document that has been spell- and grammar- checked; x Completed Portfolio Cover Page attached to the front of the portfolio (available in the Assignments folder on Blackboard); x Students should use the Chicago referencing style when preparing the assignments. More information can be found on this style from the Library web site: x The work you submit must be your own. Significant penalties are imposed where assignments are found to be plagiarised. The University policy on plagiarism and academic misconduct can be found on this webpage: x Failure to submit through Turnitin by the due date/time will automatically incur a penalty of 10% for every day or part thereof the assignment is late. Extensions to the portfolio submission due date will only be considered by the Unit Coordinator (Associate Professor Alina Lee) and will be granted only in extreme circumstance. Applications for assessment extensions must be received in writing prior to the due date and be accompanied by supporting evidence.
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ACCT3002 Portfolio assessment Page 2 Semester 1, 2018 Question 1. Jumanji is a global fashion design and retail business, best known for its ‘fast - fashion’ clothing. Fast fashion provides around 10 design seasons each year rather than the traditional 4 design seasons offered by many fashion retailers. Jumanji operates over 4,000 stores in 20 countries located throughout Europe, Asia and the USA. Jumanji does not have any factories. Instead Jumanji outsources all of the manufacture of its own designs to approximately 400 manufacturers throughout Europe and Asia. These outsourced manufacturers are long-term partners of Jumanji. Jumanji employs its own in- house design team which is based in Jumanji’s northern European Head Office. Jumanji’s design team controls the stages of design from merchandise planning through to establishing the design specifications of each item of clothing. Jumanji also has a number of production liaison offices which are located close to many of its outsourced manufacturers in Europe and Asia. Location of these production liaison offices, close to Jumanji’s key outsourced manufacturers, helps to optimise efficiency and minimise costs.
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