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T-1.8.1_v3 CONTEXT & SCENARIO You have recently joined the simulated work organisation (or the organisation of your choice) as the Operational Manager at one of the stores in an Australian State. Your job role is to develop operational plans, manage operations of the store and monitor the operational performance of the store. Your trainer will act as your supervisor for this simulated assessment. You will be progressively completing tasks one after another within the simulated environment (or your preferred workplace) to complete the assessment tasks. Currently your store has approximately 55 staff members working in each shift but your group operations general manager has mentioned you that the store sales are growing and approximately 20 more staff may be required. There are two shifts that run (Day and Evening) in your store. The various departments and approximate staff allocations (allocations change due to demand and peak periods) in the store are: Department No of Staff in each shift No of supervisor or team leader Checkout team 5 1 Bakery team 4 1 Produce team 4 1 Health, Beauty and Baby team 3 1 General Merchandise team 4 1 Online support team 2 1 Customer Service / Administration team 3 2 (including you) Deli team 3 1 Seafood, Meat, Poultry 4 1 Logistics team 4 1 Night fill / Day fill / Stocktaking team 4 1 Further details on the staff pay rates and the employment agreement of various roles are available at - %20Print%20Version.pdf . The Group Operations General Manager has provided you with a plan that will execute to manage the smooth operations of the store. As each store has individual KPIs and KRAs, your job after your one month of training and induction will be to manage the overall store. For the smooth operations of the store and managing all the team members in your store you will: develop and implement an operational plan using a variety of information sources and consultation communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders to explain the plan and supporting information, seek approvals, negotiate variations and engage work teams develop and implement strategies to achieve the operational plan within the organisation’s policies, practices and procedures Stakeholders in this context (for the case organisation Academies Australasia) Operational Manager – You Operational Management, Assessment 1 v2 Last updated on 10/09/2019 Page 14
T-1.8.1_v3 General Manager, Group Operations – Your trainer Stakeholders (team members, shift supervisors/team leaders, internal and external stakeholders, visitors, management) – Your fellow classmates What is required?
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