Recording Business Transactions

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Module Study Guide
Academic Year 2021
–2022
BA30592E – Recording Business Transactions
Level: 3
Credits: 20
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Table of contents
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1 Module overview 5
Introduction …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 5
Mod

Academic Honesty

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70211 Contracts Final Exam
Preliminary
Before attempting this exam make sure that you are familiar with the Exam
Instructions provided in Exam Module in Canvas. Make sure that you understand:
• Part 1 Academic Honesty – especially the Academic Honesty Declaration at
[1.3], which you accept by submitting a response to this Final Exam.
• [2.1] Task
• [2.4] Format and exam submission – See [2.4.7] for what counts toward word
limit.
• [3.1] Assessable topics
• [3.2] Authorised authorities
This examination is made available online at 9:30am on Monday 8 November.
Your completed answer file is due at 9:30pm on Monday 8 November and must be
submitted online in the Final Exam assessment in Canvas.
There are three questions. Your answer to each question attempted should
commence on a new page and be appropriately numbered.
The examination is worth 50% of the marks available in this subject. The

Data Acquisition andManagement

DATA4200
Data Acquisition and
Management
Lesson 11
[Industry Applications in Neo4j]
Lesson Learning Outcomes

1 Review the concepts relating to
Recommendation engines
2 Apply Neo4j to an Industry application

Today’s Business problem and data
• Business problem: Making a recommendation engine for
Supermarket customers
• Data: Seven CSV files on the portal (week 11)
– categories.csv
– customers.csv
– employees.csv
– orders.csv
– products.csv
– suppliers.csv
– order-details.csv
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Weekly topic’s introduction activity
• Today we will be designing recommendation engine using
graph database Neo4j
• Before we do let’s h

BSBWOR502 Learner Guide

Learner Guide
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness Learner Guide
BSBWOR502 Learner Guide V1.0 (20 September2019)
Richmond School of Business | CRICOS Code: 03717E | RTO Code: 45432 Page 2 of 26
Table of Contents
Table of Contents 2
Overview 3
Resources 4
Preparation 5
Conducting Lessons 6
Induction 7
Session 1: Introduction 9
Session 2: Topic 1 – Establish team performance plan 11
Session 3:Topic 2 – Develop and facilitate team cohesion 15
Session 4: Topic 3 Facilitate teamwork 20
Session 5: Topic 4 Liaise with stakeholders 23
Review and Assessment 26
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness Learner Guide
BSBWOR502 Learner Guide V1.0 (20 September2019)
Richmond School of Business | CRICOS Code: 03717E | RTO Code: 45432 Page 3 of 26
Overview
BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness
Duration
5 weeks Content delivery: 3 weeks
As

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CCCU BA(Hons) Business Studies with Foundation Assessment Brief Template Page 1
Assignment Brief

Course/Programme: BA (Hons) Business Studies with Foundation
Level:
Foundation Year 0 (Level 0)
Year 2 Level 4
Year 3 Level 5
Year 4 Level 6
Foundation Year 0 (Level 0)
Module Title: Context of Business
Module Leader: Guru Srinivasan
Assignment title: Context of Business
Assignment number:
Weighting: 100% of overall module grade
Date given out: September 201
Submission date: 15th November 2021
For late submission, please
check CCCU Taught regulation
(page 28 on late submission)
and Extenuating Policy:
CCCU Taught regulation<

Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation

Assessment Brief 1
Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation
LSBM306
Assessment Brief: LSBM306 – 2021-22 Page 1
Index
1. Module Details 2
2. Assessment Structure 2
3. Assessment 1 Details 2
3.1 Task 2
3.2 Submission requirements 3
4. Learning Outcomes for the assessment 4
Appendix 1: Submission Checklist 5
Appendix 2: Declaration of Authorship 6
Appendix 3: Use of external editorial or proof-reading services 7
Appendix 4 8
Extensions and Mitigating Circumstances 8
Word Limits 8
Assessment Brief: LSBM306 – 2021-22 Page 2
1. Module Details

Module Name: Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation
Module Code: LSBM306
Level 6
Credit Value 30
Module Leader: Knowledge Mpofu
Academic Year 2021-22
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Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation

Assessment Brief 1
Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation
LSBM306
Assessment Brief: LSBM306 – 2021-22 Page 1
Index
1. Module Details 2
2. Assessment Structure 2
3. Assessment 1 Details 2
3.1 Task 2
3.2 Submission requirements 3
4. Learning Outcomes for the assessment 4
Appendix 1: Submission Checklist 5
Appendix 2: Declaration of Authorship 6
Appendix 3: Use of external editorial or proof-reading services 7
Appendix 4 8
Extensions and Mitigating Circumstances 8
Word Limits 8
Assessment Brief: LSBM306 – 2021-22 Page 2
1. Module Details

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HR5041 ASSESSMENT INFORMATION
Managing and Coordinating the HR function
Component 1 (70% weighting)
Report on the HR function in Contemporary Organisations (2,500 words)
Task
You will prepare an individually written report. The topic of the report is;
Evaluate the effectiveness of the HR function in contemporary organisations for
driving talent management strategies. You should consider the issues in at least two
different organisational and country settings.
The deadline for this; Monday 15th November, 2021 at 4pm.
Task information
You will submit an individually written report that evaluates how effective the HR
function is in contemporary organisation for driving and supporting talent
management strategies. In your report you should evaluate these issues in at least
two different organisations and country settings. This means you should reference to
two different countries and two different organisational typ

Library and Learning Resources

REFERENCING
HANDBOOK
HARVARD
UWTSD: Library and Learning Resources
Ellie Downes and Alison Evans
Academic Liaison Librarians
REFERENCING HANDBOOK: HARVARD
1.
Welcome
Welcome to the 1st edi�on of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s Referencing
Handbooks, created as part of a collabora�ve effort between the Library and Learning Resources
(LLR), the Academic Office and academic staff across the University.
Referencing correctly is an important skill in academia, and there is plenty of conflic�ng or
out-of-date informa�on out there so we’ve created consistent guidance for UWTSD students.
Referencing Handbooks are available for the four standards used at UWTSD and further support
and guidance is available via the LLR from your Academic Liaison Librarian.
We would like to thank the academic staff involved for their �me and input
We hope that these will help improve your skills and confidence a

Module Name: Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation
Module Code: LSBM306
Level 6
Credit Value 30
Module Leader: Knowledge Mpofu
Academic Year 2021-22