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Group or individual Group Weighting 30% Due date 20/09/2018 ASSESSMENT TASK 2: DESCRIPTION This is a group project. The objective of this project is to apply modelling principles, spreadsheet engineering technique and modelling skills covered in subject to examine, analyse and solve business problems. Students will be given data related to a simulated real world business operation. Students are required to use appropriate models and spreadsheet tools critically analyse the business data, present the findings and make recommendations to the stakeholders. Groups (2 to 3 students) are formed in the first lecture. Group members are formed by joint selection process where the lecturer and the students together decide the group composition to ensure a mix of experience and background. Once the groups are formed, it is the responsibility of group members to discuss and document their member responsibilities, meeting schedules and group interactions. A copy is then given to the lecturer as a reference in the case group conflict arises. The project will be graded as a group effort where all members will obtain the same mark, unless conflict arises. Groups are to inform the lecturer immediately when conflict arises so it can be deal with quickly. If necessary, peer evaluation will be used where each member are required to evaluate other group members contribution in the project. The project grade is then be allocated based on individual contributions. ASSESSMENT TASK 2: CRITERIA SHEET See Rubrics in Section 6. ASSESSMENT TASK 3: EXAMINATION Aligned subject learning outcomes SLO K1: Demonstrate the principles of modelling in business decision making processes; CLO K1: Demonstrate essential knowledge necessary for a career in business related professions; CLO K2: Synthesise underlying principles and concepts for making business decisions; Aligned professional standards/ competencies - guidelines/section-3-professional-skills-competency-areas-and-learning-outcomes . Weighting 55% Date University’s Examination Period Page 11 of 18
Duration 2 hours See Special Consideration, Supplementary, Deferred and Special Examinations Policy ASSESSMENT TASK 3: DESCRIPTION You will be required to complete a two-hour end of teaching period exam during the University’s exam period. The University will determine the date and time of the final exam and will provide exam timetables towards the end of the teaching period. FIVE (5) questions are provided in the examination paper and you are required to ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. Questions are drawn from texts and lecture materials. The style of questions will test your knowledge on modelling concept and applying the concept to a situation, providing examples and/or outline its implications. Weekly workshops and tutorial questions provide good examples.

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