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topics in your chosen business. The topics will be drawn from lecture sessions 2-5. The workbook template is provided in the Assessment link of Learn JCU and is accessed within the Pebble Pad link. Detailed instructions will be provided in the first week by your lecturer/tutor. ASSESSMENT TASK 1: CRITERIA SHEET See rubric in Section 6. ASSESSMENT TASK 2: Small Business Workbook 2 Aligned subject and course learning outcomes SLO1: analyse key drivers of change to business practices in a tropical context SLO4: examine key features of the four functions of management in the context of organisational structures CLO K1: Demonstrate essential knowledge necessary for a career in business related professions CLO K2: Synthesise underlying principles and concepts for making business decisions CLO S2: Apply critical thinking to address issues in business. CLO S3: Convey information clearly and fluently, in high quality written form appropriate for their audience. Group or individual Individual Weighting 25% Due date 18 January, 2016 (Week 9), 12 (noon) ASSESSMENT TASK 2: DESCRIPTION Assessment Task 2 is a continuation of Assessment Task 1. Students will use the same small business from Task 1 but choose different topics from the list provided in the workbook. The topics will be drawn from lecture sessions 6- 10. ASSESSMENT TASK 2: CRITERIA SHEET See rubric in Section 6. ASSESSMENT TASK 3: Final Exam Aligned subject and course learning outcomes SLO1: Analyse key drivers of change to business practices in a tropical context. SLO2: Explain how organisations can be ethically, corporately and socially responsible in achieving sustainable practice. SLO3: Discuss the principles of diversity management. SLO4: Examine key features of the four functions of management in the context of organisational structures. SLO5: Appreciate business and management principles that apply specifically in a tropical environmental context. CLO K1: Demonstrate essential knowledge necessary for a career in business related professions. CLO K2: Synthesise underlying principles and concepts for making business decisions. CLO S2: Apply critical thinking to address issues in business. Weighting 50% Date In SP23 examination period Duration 2.5 hours see Special Consideration, Supplementary, Deferred and Special Examinations Requirements College of Business, Law & Governance BU1104 Page 8 of 14 2016
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< > ASSESSMENT TASK 3: DESCRIPTION The final examination will take place in the examination period and will be a closed book exam. Students will be allowed to bring in one A4 sheet of paper with written notes into the exam room. The exam will comprise short answer questions from sessions 2–11 based on a seen case study. ASSESSMENT TASK 3: CRITERIA In order to pass this subject overall, you must obtain a final mark of at least 50% to pass the subject . The final examination is worth a total of 50 marks.
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