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brief to the key stakeholdersInformationpresentedmustcorrespondtoinformation in the solution proposal brief the learnersubmitted inWorkplace Project Task 4.Specifically, learner must discuss details of thefollowing:YESNOa.Each possible solution for the complexworkplace issue identified inWorkplaceProject Task 3YESNOb.Advantages identified for each possiblesolution outlinedYESNO
International Institute of Business &Information Technology48Authorised by: General ManagerIssue Date2020Doc NameBSBCRT611 Student AssessmentVersion 3.2International Institute of Business & Information TechnologyRTO No: 6538/ ABN:64 085 266 771/ 085 266 771Head Office: Ground Floor, 841 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000c.Limitations identified for each possiblesolution outlinedYESNOd.At least one solution to implement in orderto resolve the complex workplace issueYESNO19.Seeks feedback from each key stakeholder on thesolution proposal briefFeedback must include:YESNOa.Areas of the problem-solving process thatwas done wellThis refers to procedures or steps in theproblem-solving process that was executedeffectively or had exceptional results.YESNOb.Areas of the problem-solving process thatthe learner encountered difficulties inThis refers to procedures or steps in theproblem-solvingprocessthatdidnotachieveexpectedresultsorcausedconcerns in the creation of the solutionproposal briefYESNOc.Areas of the proposed solution that requirechanges or improvementThis refers to the identification of at leasttwo areas of the proposed solution briefthat must be amended in order to receiveapproval for implementation. This mustcorrespond to the areas of the problem-solvingprocessthatthelearnerencountered difficulties in.YESNO
International Institute of Business &Information Technology49Authorised by: General ManagerIssue Date2020Doc NameBSBCRT611 Student AssessmentVersion 3.2International Institute of Business & Information TechnologyRTO No: 6538/ ABN:64 085 266 771/ 085 266 771Head Office: Ground Floor, 841 George Street, Sydney NSW 200020.Usescommunicationtechniquesappropriatetoaudience to communicate:YESNOc.ClearlyDuring ideation session, learner:YESNOFollows logical sequence whendiscussion and does not jumpfrom topic to topicAvoids the use of jargons ortechnical termsEnsures explanations are conciseyet meaningfulYESNOd.PersuasivelyDuring ideation session, learner:YESNOProvides sufficient evidence tosupport their statementsAnswers questions raised by theaudienceaboutconceptsdiscussedExplainshowresolvingthecomplex workplace issue benefitsthe audienceYESNO
International Institute of Business &Information Technology50Authorised by: General ManagerIssue Date2020Doc NameBSBCRT611 Student AssessmentVersion 3.2International Institute of Business & Information TechnologyRTO No: 6538/ ABN:64 085 266 771/ 085 266 771Head Office: Ground Floor, 841 George Street, Sydney NSW 200021.Usescommunicationtechniquesappropriateto

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