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COIT20252 Business process management

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COIT20252 Business Process Management

Assessment Tasks
1 E-Portfolio
Assessment Type
Portfolio
Task Description
The purpose of this assessment is for you to develop a portfolio demonstrating your learned knowledge in the discipline
of business process management. An e-portfolio is a learning tool that enables students to accumulate evidence of
learning achievement. In this unit, Mahara will be used as the learning tool. Please refer to the Moodle unit website for
detailed instructions on how to create a Mahara portfolio. Your portfolio should capture rich ideas, resources and
innovative practice around business process management within the frame of the topics identified in the E-portfolio
Assessment Details document in Moodle. Please refer to the unit’s Moodle site for a detailed description of the task.
Assessment Due Date
1pm Friday of the relevant week
Return Date to Students
Within two weeks of submission
Weighting 30%
Assessment Criteria
Your e-portfolio will be assessed on the demonstration of knowledge & understanding of the topic as depicted through
the choice of relevant items, technical literacy, justification outlining summary and reasoning for the choice of items,
communication and information literacy skills and use of correct referencing.
Please refer to the Moodle unit website for specific marking criteria for this assessment. If your work is found to be
copied from another source, plagiarism penalties will be applied as per University policy. Therefore, it is in your best
interests to do your own work.
Referencing Style
Harvard (author-date)
Submission
Online
Learning Outcomes Assessed
Define and describe the core concepts of business process management in organisations
Distinguish between various methods, tools and techniques used for process identification, modelling and
redesign
Graduate Attributes
Knowledge
Communication
Cognitive, technical and creative skills
Research
Self-management
2 Presentation
Assessment Type
Presentation
Task Description
In this assessment item, you are required to create and deliver an oral presentation around the case study provided for
the Case Study Report Assessment. In the presentation, you are required to demonstrate an understanding of the case
study with critical context and most importantly demonstrate your presentation skills. Please refer to the unit’s Moodle
site for a detailed description of the task.
Assessment Due Date
During weeks 6 to 9
Return Date to Students
Within two weeks of the presentation
Weighting 20%
Assessment Criteria
Your presentation will be assessed according to the degree to which you demonstrate your capability in the following
areas:
1. Visual Appeal
2. Presenter Dynamics and Comprehension
3. Presentation Skills
4. Content and Coverage
5. Presentation Structure/Organisation
Please refer to the Moodle unit website for specific marking criteria for this assessment. If your work is found to be
copied from another source, plagiarism penalties will be applied as per University policy. Therefore, it is in your best
interests to do your own work.
Referencing Style
Harvard (author-date)
Submission
Online Group
Submission Instructions
All students in the group need to upload a copy of their presentation into Moodle by 5:00pm on the day of their
presentation.
Learning Outcomes Assessed
Identify and evaluate organisational change issues that may arise owing to implementing new business
processes and propose solutions
Demonstrate team work and communication skills through case study analysis and presentation.
Graduate Attributes
Knowledge
Communication
Cognitive, technical and creative skills
Research
Self-management
3 Case Study Report
Assessment Type
Written Assessment
Task Description
You are required (as a group with up to four members) to write a report based on a given case study. In this report, you
are required to evaluate current processes and propose improvements. You need to demonstrate your analytical skills to
evaluate the processes and utilise your communication skills to communicate the findings clearly. Please refer to the
Moodle unit website for more details relating to the case study for this term.
Note: In some cases, group formation may not be possible. If you have a genuine problem and you are unable to participate in
a group, you:
* as an on-campus student, need to contact your campus lecturer by Friday week 4
or
*as an off-campus (Distance) student, need to contact the unit coordinator by Friday week 4.
Assessment Due Date
Week 12 Wednesday (5 Jun 2019) 1:00 pm AEST
Return Date to Students
Certification of Grades Day (12 July)
Weighting 50%
Assessment Criteria
Your report will be assessed on your demonstrated capability in the selection and use of scholarly publications, your
understanding of the content with rational arguments based on a critical evaluation, and a combination of your
communication, presentation and referencing skills. Please refer to the Moodle unit website for specific marking criteria
for this assessment.
If your work is found to be copied from another source, plagiarism penalties will be applied as per University policy.
Therefore, it is in your best interests to do your own work.
Referencing Style
Harvard (author-date)
Submission
Online Group
Submission Instructions
All group members must submit the same report on Moodle.
Learning Outcomes Assessed
Define and describe the core concepts of business process management in organisations
Apply appropriate techniques to model and interpret existing ‘as-is’ against possible ‘to-be’ process scenarios
Identify and evaluate organisational change issues that may arise owing to implementing new business
processes and propose solutions
Demonstrate team work and communication skills through case study analysis and presentation.
Graduate Attributes
Knowledge
Communication
Cognitive, technical and creative skills
Research
Self-management
Ethical and Professional Responsibility
Leadership

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