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時(shí)間:2024-06-17  來(lái)源:  作者: 我要糾錯



Organisational Resources

Term 2, 2024
Assessment Summary

Assessment Task Weighting Due Date* Learning Outcomes
Assessment 1: Reflective Learning Portfolio 1
A collection of artefacts and reflective commentary from weeks 1-3
20% Week 4 – 11:59 AM Monday 17 June CLO1, CLO2, CLO3,
CLO4, CLO6
Assessment 2: Reflective Learning Portfolio 2
A collection of artefacts and reflective commentary from weeks 4-8
40% Week 9 – 11:59 AM Monday 22 July CLO1, CLO2, CLO3,
CLO4, CLO6
Assessment 3: Business Case Video Presentation
An individual video presenting a business case for your chosen
company, synthesising skills, and frameworks from the course
40% Week 11 – 5:00 PM Friday 9 August CLO1, CLO2, CLO3,
CLO4, CLO5

* Due dates are set at Australian Eastern Standard/Daylight Time (AEST/AEDT). If you are located in a different time-zone, you can use the time and date converter.
Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)
1. Identify different types of organisation resources and processes to lead organisational change. [PLO 1]
2. Examine suitability and efficacy of an organisation's approach to resource management. [PLO 1, 2]
3. Explain how technology assists in achieving organisational internal strategy. [PLO 1]
4. Explain how financial tools and techniques can be utilised to source, mobilise and manage organisational resources. [PLO 1, 2]
5. Develop novel solutions and assess their feasibility to address organisational problems. [PLO2, PLO7]
6. Reflect on organisational practices and processes to identify opportunities for leadership development. [PLO7]

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Assessment Details
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Due Date Weighting Format Length/Duration Submission
Tutorial attendance and the Reflective Learning Portfolios 1 and 2
Attendance in tutorials is essential for success in COMM1170. It's strongly recommended to select
a tutorial time that fits your schedule without conflicts with other commitments like study or work.
Tutorial attendance is directly linked to the completion of major assessments in this course -
Reflective Learning Portfolios 1 and 2.

The process:
1. Attend and Participate: Attend ONLY your allocated tutorial and actively participate in the
learning activities.
2. Register Attendance: Ensure your attendance is recorded by your tutor.
3. Draft Artefacts: During the tutorial, you will have time to draft the Artefact(s) (key activities
completed under tutor supervision).
4. Submit Drafts: You will be given time to submit the draft Artefact(s) to the Turnitin Dropbox
on Moodle for your allocated tutorial.
5. Submission Requirement: You are NOT permitted to submit an Artefact unless you have
attended the corresponding tutorial.
6. IMPORTANT: Only Artefacts submitted to the Turnitin Dropbox for the tutorial you attended
can be used in your Reflective Learning Portfolios 1 and 2.

Turnitin
Turnitin is an originality checking and plagiarism prevention tool that enables checking of submitted
written work for improper citation or misappropriated content. Each Turnitin assignment is checked
against other students' work, the Internet and key resources selected by your Course Coordinator.
If you are instructed to submit your assessment via Turnitin, you will find the link to the Turnitin
submission in your Moodle course site. You can submit your assessment well before the deadline and
use the Similarity Report to improve your academic writing skills before submitting your final version.
You can find out more information in the Turnitin information site for students.
Late Submissions
The parameters for late submissions are outlined in the UNSW Assessment Implementation
Procedure. For COMM1170, if you submit your assessments after the due date, you will incur
penalties for late submission unless you have Special Consideration (see below). Late submission
is 5% per day (including weekends), calculated from the marks allocated to that assessment (not
your grade). Assessments more than 5 days late will not be accepted for marking.

Extensions
You are expected to manage your time to meet assessment due dates. If you do require an
extension to your assessment, please make a request as early as possible before the due date via
the special consideration portal on myUNSW (My Student profile > Special Consideration). You can
find more information on Special Consideration and the application process below. Lecturers and

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tutors do not have the ability to grant extensions.

Special Consideration
Special consideration is the process for assessing the impact of short-term events beyond your
control (exceptional circumstances), on your performance in a specific assessment task.

What are circumstances beyond my control?
These are exceptional circumstances or situations that may:
 Prevent you from completing a course requirement,
 Keep you from attending an assessment,
 Stop you from submitting an assessment,
 Significantly affect your assessment performance.

Available here is a list of circumstances that may be beyond your control. This is only a list of examples,
and your exact circumstances may not be listed.
You can find more detail and the application form on the Special Consideration site.

Assessment Review of Results
Please read the specific feedback on your assessments in detail, alongside the general feedback
provided by the Course Coordinator. Feedback is optimised if you revisit the assessment question,
your completed work, the general feedback about the assessment provided on Moodle and the
marking rubric. It is prudent to reflect on this information for a period (e.g., a day) as insightful
analysis takes time to consolidate.
If you still have concerns about your grade, please use the specific criteria in the marking rubric, the
assignment instructions, and the marker’s comments to complete the form on the last page of this
guide.

Please send the completed form to comm1170@unsw.edu.au within 4 business days after the
assessment has been returned. Please note that in a review of results, your mark may go up, remain
the same or decrease.


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General Instructions for Reflective Learning Portfolios (RLP)
1 and 2

Purpose
Research shows the habit of reflection can separate extraordinary professionals from mediocre ones.
(Bailey and Rehmen, 2022)
The Reflective Learning Portfolios (RLP) are designed to enhance your engagement, learning, and
capacity for self-leadership through reflection. These assessments are not just collections of
‘evidence’ but opportunities to develop critical skills that will help you succeed in this course and in
your future career. They will also aid in preparing you for your final assessment.

Overview
Both Reflective Learning Portfolios (RLP) 1 and 2 help you reflect on and consolidate your learning
experiences throughout the course. These assessments enable you to critically analyse your
participation and engagement in tutorials and document your learning journey.

Process
Each week you should:
 Complete Asynchronous Work and Attend Lectures: Engage with pre-lecture materials and
attend lectures, taking detailed notes.
 Participate in Tutorials: Attend your tutorial and begin working on your draft Artefacts.
 Submit Draft Artefacts: Submit your draft Artefact in the weekly Turnitin Dropbox on Moodle at
the end of each tutorial. Don’t worry about 100% completion or making it ‘perfect’, as it is for
tracking progress and reflection, NOT for final grading.
 Revise and Refine: Continue updating and refining your Artefacts after tutorials to deepen your
understanding. Your revised and refined Artefact will be marked in the final assessment.
o Tip: Be sure to note any new learnings or “aha!” moments – they’ll be useful in your
reflection.
 Collate and Annotate:
o Collate your Artefacts into your Reflective Learning Portfolio. You might include photos,
screenshots, text, or other relevant evidence from any part of the week’s learning
activities. Highlight any specific areas of progress.
o Add 3 (min) – 5 (max) annotations (75 - 100 words each) per Artefact. Note: Annotations
are personal commentary that should highlight key concepts, make connections, pose
questions, or express thoughts, serving as a record of your understanding, insights, and
reactions to the learning content.
 Reflective Commentary: Reflect on the Artefacts you have presented, focusing on what you knew
before and what you know now. An in-depth guide on different ways to reflecting
comprehensively on these areas is available in the Assessment Hub on Moodle.

Remember: The quality of your artefacts will affect your grade for this assessment, so it is strongly
recommended that you stay up to date with the asynchronous and lecture materials to ensure your
success.

Be sure to utilize the full marking rubric at the end of this document and the supporting resources
available on Moodle to enhance your learning experience and achieve the best possible results in
your Reflective Learning Portfolio.

Aspect Reflective Learning Portfolio 1
(RLP1)
Reflective Learning Portfolio 2
(RLP2)
Number of
Artefacts
2 3
Artefact
Requirements
Drafted in Week 1-3 tutorials,
revised and refined
One Artefact from each week
Drafted in Week 4-8 tutorials, revised
and refined:
One Artefact from each week
week (Weeks 4-8)
Annotations 3 - 5 annotations (75-100 words each) per Artefact
Reflective
Commentary
500 words 750 words
Commentary
Structure
- Context (100 words)
- Experience and problem solving
(200 words)
- Post-tutorial reflections (200
words)
- References
- Context (150 words)
- Experience and problem solving
(300 words)
- Post-tutorial reflections (300
words)
- References
Submission of
Drafts
Weekly, at the end of each tutorial, via Turnitin Dropbox on Moodle
Final
Submission

Week 4 Week 9
Recommended
Tools
PowerPoint, Canva, or similar presentation applications
Assessment-Specific Details Assessment 1: Reflective Learning Portfolio (RLP) 1
Week 4 – 11:59 AM Monday 17 June 2024
20%
Electronic Portfolio (PDF)
8 pages (including cover page and one reference list page)
Moodle Turnitin
Description of assessment task
You will develop a learning portfolio containing:
o Select and refine TWO Artefacts based on drafts submitted during Weeks 1 - 3 tutorials.
Refer to the rubric for guidance.
o In these two Artefacts, apply concepts from asynchronous (pre-lecture) activities,
lectures, additional readings, independent research, and tutorials.
o Make any relevant annotations on your artefact. 3 (Min) - 5 (Max) annotations (75-100 words
each) per Artefact.
o Include a 500-word reflective commentary to demonstrate your development from the
draft to the final Artefact, incorporating your understanding of the coursework. You
might structure this in the following way:
 Describe the context (100 words)
 Experience and evidence-based problem solving (200 words)
 How and why, you changed the artefacts based on your post-tutorial reflections (200
words)
 References

Submission instructions
 Weekly Draft Submission: Starting in Week 1, work on the Artefacts during your tutorial
and submit the initial draft to Moodle at the end of each tutorial.
- Note: Only artefacts submitted in Week 1 to 3 tutorials with registered attendance can
be used in this Assessment.
 Final Submission in Week 4: Submit RLP1, which includes your two (2) best revised,
refined, and annotated Artefacts from Weeks 1-3, along with a 500-word reflective
commentary.
 One Artefact from each week. No two Artefacts can be from the same week.
 Your 500-word reflective commentary should detail what you have learned, this is
specific to you, throughout the entire process of working on the Artefacts and completing
RLP 1.
 It is recommended to use PowerPoint, Canva or similar presentation applications to develop
your Reflective Learning Portfolio.

 Your portfolio must show your artefacts, annotations, and reflective commentary clearly, as
in the two examples below:
Assessment-Specific Details Assessment 2: Reflective Learning Portfolio 2
Week 9 – 11:59 AM Monday 22 July 2024
40%
Electronic portfolio (PDF format)
10 pages (Including cover page and one reference list page)
Moodle Turnitin
Description of assessment task
You will develop a learning portfolio containing:
1) Select three (3) Artefacts from tutorial classes, drafted under tutor supervision and
refined at home:
 One Artefact must be from an accounting topic (Week 4 or Week 5)
 One Artefact must be from a finance topic (Week 5 or Week 7)
 One additional Artefact from any tutorial in Weeks 4 – 8
 One Artefact from each week. No two Artefacts can be from the same week.
2) Reflective commentary and annotations related to the artefacts and coursework,
demonstrating your capacity for self-development:
o Make any relevant annotations on your artefact. 3 (Min) - 5 (Max) annotations (75-100
words each) per Artefact.
o Include a 500-word reflective commentary to demonstrate your development from the
draft to the final Artefact, incorporating your understanding of the coursework. You might
structure this in the following way:
 Describe the context (150 words)
Experience and evidence-based problem solving (300 words)
 How and why, you changed the artefacts based on your post-tutorial reflections (300
words)
 References

Submission instructions
 Like RLP1, commencing Week 4, work on the Artefacts during your tutorial and submit
the initial draft to Moodle at the end of each tutorial. Select three tutorial outputs from
three unique weeks.
 Final Submission in Week 9: Submit RLP2, which includes your three (3) best revised,
refined, and annotated Artefacts from Weeks 4 - 8, along with the 750-word reflective
commentary.
 Your portfolio must show your artefacts, annotations, and commentary clearly, as in the RLP 1

examples supplied above.

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Assessment 3: Business Case Video Presentation (BCV)
Week 11 – 5:00 PM Friday 9 August 2024
40%
Video – Individual Presentation
9-10 minutes
Via Moodle

Description of assessment task
You will individually record a video pitch analysing an organisational issue and proposing a
compelling solution. You will present to a managerial audience (including the CEO, CFO and CIO) of
an organisation of your choice. Your proposed solution will be based on thorough analyses using
the tools and strategies you learn throughout the term.

Approach to the assessment task
Week 2: Select an organisation you are interested in. The choice of organisation must meet the
following criteria:
 The organisation is publicly listed on a major stock exchange, e.g., the
NYSE/NASDAQ/FTSE/ASX, etc. This ensures that you can access publicly available
financial information about your organisation.
 The information and evidence about the organisation must be available in the English language.
 No more than two students in the same tutorial can choose the same organisation
and the students choosing the same organisation must choose different issues to
work on for the assessment task.
 The organisation must not be utilised in major class examples, i.e., Netflix.
Week 3: Identify an organisational issue that can be linked to a Human Resources (people)-related
problem. For limited guidance there is a list of possible issues provided on Moodle. You must select and
justify your choice of either:
 An organisational issue that can be linked to a Human Resources (people)-related problem
that is occurring in real-time in the organisation you have chosen OR
 An organisational issue that can be linked to a Human Resources (people)-related problem
that you believe is likely to occur within the next 12 months in your chosen organisation.
 The organisational issue that can be linked to a Human Resources (people)-related problem
must be appropriate for analysis and addressed by considering both technology and capital
resources, as well as any required changes to the organisation’s HR resources.
Your tutor can provide guidance on the suitability of your chosen organisation and associated issue
throughout the term.
Weeks 4-8: During your COMM1170 tutorials, and as you build on your RLP 1 and 2, you will learn

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several useful frameworks, tools and processes that can be used to analyse organisational issues.
You should choose the most relevant/informative one(s) to use for the analysis section of your
presentation:
 Competitive Advantage: 3 strategic approaches (Week 1)
 Resource and Capability analysis (Week 1)
 SWOT analysis (Week 2)
 5Ws Tool (Weeks 1 and 3)
 As Is–To Be’ Model (Week 3)
 5 Components of IS analysis (Week 3)
 Budgeting (Week 5)
 Capital Considerations and Business Risk (Week 7)
 TOE feasibility analysis (Week 8)

Week 8-10: The Lectures in these weeks will cover specific examples of organisations at every
stage of the organisational lifecycle and genuine issues faced by these organisations and how
they have tackled them. This will provide you with knowledge and insights to support you in your
own problem-solving process and in formulating recommendations for your chosen organisation.
You should use these lectures to guide you and check for ideas or methods you have not yet
considered in your own analytical and problem-solving process.
In Weeks 9-10, drop-in session times will be available with the COMM1170 teaching team to
ensure you are on track with Assessment 3 and progressing towards delivering your video in
Week 11.

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