The Project Management Assignments require students to develop a number of pieces of documentation relating to a particular case study. To reflect the wide variety of ways in which project management techniques can be applied, we are allowing students to choose between four different fictitious scenarios. Choose one of the four and then answer all of the assignment questions, to be submitted at two separate points in the semester – week 6 and after Easter break, worth 40% and 60% of the module total mark respectively. You must use the same case scenario for all questions as it is expected that you will link your two pieces of work.
Case scenario 1
You are the Project Manager for an indoor sporting event, organising a sort of ‘Olympics’ between London/Birmingham/M
Assessment Type: Research Project — 2500 + 10% – word report — Individual Assessment Purpose: This assessment is designed to allow students to research current alternative theoretical approaches in strategic management, and evaluate them in terms of suggested benefits, but also identify and explain their limitations. This assessment relates to learning outcomes a, c, d and e. Value: 30% Due Date: Week 10 5.00 pm Friday. Submission: Upload a soft copy — Word .doc or .docx — to Moodie and Turnitin Topic: Examine the impact of strategic analysis and business ethics on the strategic management process. Task Details: Students are required to research and discuss different strategic approaches (at least two or three) in strategic management process and examine the impact of strategic analysis and business ethics in formulation of a strategic plan. Students should identify at least one organisation, where each process has been implemented and evaluate
1 1 : 2 7 moodle.koi.edu.au .11 S.’ Discuss ethical issues such as consumer privacy, reliability of services, datamining, and data ownerships. Support your discussion with at least 4 example situations. 1.1,5, Discussions on privacy revolve around the idea of access. Privacy is the zone of inaccessibility that surrounds a person. Given that ICT projects involve privacy, discuss how archivists can manage privacy in ICT projects. Support your discussion with at least 4 example situations. 4 or 9 Use a consistent referencing style (IEEE OR Harvard) ICT303 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN COMPUTING T32116/10/2021 11:37 ‘AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT PTY LTD CO ABN: 72 132 629 979 1CT303 Assessment 5 Marking Rubric: Case Study Report — Value 15% Criteria Fail Pass Credit Evidence of research Relevance of content: Applicatbn of concepts and principles: Clarity of (0 – 49%) Less than 6 relevant read
Should Academic literacy courses be compulsory for first year University students?
The focus is on the importance of academic literacy courses which are important for the students of University of higher education. The research is on thematic analysis of focus group interviews with emerging themes on academic writing and then playing out identifies through the writing of different genres. The focus of academic literacy is based on the student ability to communicate in the academic discourse community and then work on reading, evaluating information and presenting the debates or creating a proper knowledge with the speaking and writing. The academic literacy is more important with learning about the technical standards. It is about understanding the way to live on different norms, codes and the community discour
Complete your assigned readings before you complete the assessment.
Prepare a paper (700 to 1,050 words) discussing the case and incorporating answers to the questions below. It is important to address each of the questions presented. CSU requires that students use the APA format in writing course papers. Therefore, the APA rules for formatting, quoting, paraphrasing, citing, and listing of sources are to be followed. The Reference List is not included in the required paper length. Your paper must contain at least five references, which may include your course textbook, internet sources, books, and professional journals or other appropriate resour
This assessment item seeks to ensure that all students enrolled in the Capstone unit are adept at sourcing relevant and current literature using academic search portals, such as Pro-Quest, and other places where high quality secondary data resides. Furthermore, this assessment requires students to not only read and summarise what other authors have already established, but also to become
Assignment 1: Multi-Touch Screens vs. Mouse-Driven Screens
The following resources may be helpful when completing this assignment.
Dearden, A. (2008). User-Centered Design Considered Harmful
Norman, D. (2007–2010). Activity-centered design: Why I like my Harmony remote control
Computer applications that run on desktop and laptop computers have, for a long time, been designed to be driven by dragging and clicking a mouse. With the introduction of tablet personal computers, the trend has shifted toward using touch-based screens. We now have access to touch-based TVs, touch-based monitors, touch-based laptops and touch-based tablets. Touch and multi-touch devices provide end users with the ability to interact physically with an application much more naturally.
(a) Briefly describe the difference between simple interest and compound interest. [3 marks] (b) How much would an investment of $15,550 @ 8.3%/annum simple interest be worth after 4 years? Calculate the interest on this investment. [2 marks] (c) How much would an investment of $12,550 @ 9.2%/annum compound interest (compounded annually) be worth after 5 years? Calculate the interest on this investment. [2 marks] (d) How much would an investment of $9,550 @ 5.3%/annum (nominal rate) compounded monthly be worth after three years and seven months? Calculate the interest on this investment. [3 marks] (e) Calculate the APR of an investment paying a nominal rate of interest of 8.7%/annum compounded weekly. [3 marks] (f) If we invested $13,550 at 5.3%/annum (nominal rate) compounded continuously for 15 months, how much would our investment be worth at the end of this period? [3 marks] (g) Banks often charge
This assignment is an learning activity designed to practice skills that are necessary to meet the following learning goals by the end of the course. The purpose of this discussion is to peer review other students and have a peer review of your own work.
Imagine you are on an elevator with a key person who can help accept or approve (or reject) your senior project. The person turns to you casually and says, “So, tell me about the senior project proposal that you submitted.” You have two minutes before the elevator stops on their floor. Tell them about yourself and your project.