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E.Provide an overview of the documentation, communication requirements and any other strategies you willuse to ensure performance initially and monitor ongoing performance (HM_Template 3_Appendix 6)3 MarksF.Explain the requirements for intellectual property rights and responsibilities in recruitment and acquisitionof resources and services which could include the use of logos, brands, products, images and/or tradingnames (HM_Template 3_Appendix 2)3 MarksAnswer Intellectual property rights and responsibilitiesHM_Operational Management, Assessment Task II_v2Page 32Last updated on 16thSept 2019
Within any organisation, intellectual property is usually protected by a number of policies, procedures or sources of information which seek to enforce and retain the intellectual property rights of the organisation. Let’s look at some of the types of procedure, policy or information that you might come across within either your own or other organisations you may be dealing with.Policies, procedures and information may include: