This is a summary of the whole report. Outline the task and explain the research process used, what you found, and what your findings mean (Approximately 200 words). Table of contents(not included in the word count)List the headings of the main sections and sub-sections of your report. (Use the MSWord template provided in the unit site to learn to create heading styles and an automatic Table of Contents - TOC). IntroductionSet the scene; give some background information about the report/organisation; state the aim/purpose of the report. Provide an outline of the main sections in the body of the report (Approximately 150 words). Body Organise the body of the report into sections. You should have four sectionsand each section answers one question with a clear section heading. The analysis of each question should define and describe academic theory/concepts on the topic of the questions, describe what you found about the organisation, as well as your interpretation and analyses of what you found, with correctly cited references drawn from appropriate academic textbook and journal sources (see the list above). Remember to include at least one academic reference for each question (Approximately 2000 words). ConclusionSummarise what has been achieved in the report. Use the information from the body of your report to identify the anticipated future direction of the organisation in light of the environments discussed in the body of the report, and the ‘match’between you and that organisation in a graduate role (Approximately 150 words). Recommendations NOT required in this assignment. References (not included in the word count) A list of all of the in-text sources that you cited in the report using the Deakin Harvard referencing style: - support/referencing/harvard Appendices – No marks [optional] Any information (graphs, charts, tables or other data) you used in your report but did not include in the body. NOT required in this assignment
Page 6 of 9 MMM132 Assignment Marking Rubric: Report (30% - 30 marks) PERFORMANCE INDICATORS YET TO ACHIEVE MINIMUM STANDARD MEETS STANDARD EXCEEDS STANDARD No/poor attempt Needs improvement Satisfactory Good Very good Excellent Report structure, organisation and flow, including Executive Summary, Table of Contents, Introduction and Conclusion. ULO2 (Max 5 marks) Poor attempt Report does not follow the required format. There is no logical flow between sections. (0-1.4 marks) Report somewhat follows the required format. Report is disjointed and fragmented. (1.5-2.4 marks) An attempt is made to follow the required report structure/format. Report lacks flow and is somewhat disjointed and fragmented. (2.5-2.9 marks) A good attempt is made to follow the required report structure/format. Report flows quite well, but is disjointed or fragmented in some places. (3-3.4 marks) A very good attempt is made to follow the required report structure/format.
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