Formulate and communicate effective and innovative solutions and recommendations to business problems/opportunities

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ASSESSMENT 3 BRIEF

Subject Code and Title BIZ304 Business Consulting Report

Assessment 3 Individual Presentation of the Group Project

Individual/Group Individual

Length

10-15 minutes

Learning Outcomes a) Identify the most important parts of a business

problem/opportunity and apply a range of problemsolving skills

b) Collaborate with multiple stakeholders on a

significant project managing it to completion

c) Develop high levels of Client orientation and

professionalism

d) Formulate and communicate effective and innovative

solutions and recommendations to business

problems/opportunities

e) Reflect on the entire business consultancy experience

Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday in Module 6 (week 12)

Weighting 20%

Total Marks 100 marks

Context:

Assessment 3 provides the opportunity for you to individually present both phases of the

project in a clear, succinct, memorable and engaging way to the Client. This stage of a

business consulting projects is critical to your professional reputation. You will present to

the real Client in that professional context.

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Instructions:

You are required to:

Focus on summarising your Recommendation Report, refer to the Research Report where

appropriate. You should address the key elements of the Recommendation Report and use

a supportive medium such as PPT slides or Prezi to add value to the presentation.

Your Learning Facilitator must approve your delivery method/tools in advance. Do not

commence work on your delivery method/tools before you obtain approval.

The presentation should have a logicalstructure and flow, including key elements such as:

1) An “opener” (engage the audience)

2) Clear objectives

3) A starting overview of the presentation

4) The findings and recommendations

5) A summary

6) The “bottom line” and call to action

The use of visuals to highlight critical messages is recommended.

Submission Instructions:

Online students

You are to create a power point, prezi or like presentation and load it to blackboard for the

Learning Facilitator to review. You are to record your presentation using Zoom. Instructions

will be found under assessment 3 information. The Learning Facilitator will review your

power points at the same time they view the zoom recording.

Face-to-face students

Your presentation will be in front of the Client so please dress professionally. Please be

available for questions and answers at the end.

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Both Face to Face and Online Students are to submit the assessment via the Assessment link

in the main navigation menu in BIZ304 by the end of week 12. The facilitator will provide

feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.

Students will be assessed on their ability to present effectively to a Client, including the

presentation format and the fluidity of the actual presentation.

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Learning Rubric: Assessment 3 Part A

Assessment

Attributes

Fail (Unacceptable)

0-49%

Pass

(Functional)

50-64%

Credit

(Proficient)

65-74%

Distinction

(Advanced)

75 -84%

High Distinction

(Exceptional)

85-100%

Grade

Description

(Grading Scheme)

Fail grade will be

awarded if a student is

unable to demonstrate

satisfactory academic

performance in the

subject or has failed to

complete required

assessment points in

accordance with the

subject’s required

assessment points.

Pass is awarded for work

showing a satisfactory

achievement of all

learning outcomes and an

adequate understanding

of theory and application

of skills. A consistent

academic referencing

system is used and

sources are appropriately

acknowledged.

Credit is awarded for work

showing a more than

satisfactory achievement of

all learning outcomes and a

more than adequate

understanding of theory

and application of skills. A

consistent academic

referencing system is used

and sources are

appropriately

acknowledged.

Distinction is awarded for

work of superior quality

in achieving all learning

outcomes and a superior

integration and

understanding of theory

and application of skills.

Evidence of in-depth

research, reading,

analysis and evaluation is

demonstrated. A

consistent academic

referencing system is

used and sources are

appropriately

acknowledged.

High Distinction is

awarded for work of

outstanding quality in

achieving all learning

outcomes together with

outstanding integration

and understanding of

theory and application of

skills. Evidence of

in‐depth research,

reading, analysis, original

and creative thought is

demonstrated. A

consistent academic

referencing system is

used and sources are

appropriately

acknowledged.

Effective

communication that

explicitly and succinctly

demonstrates

professional

competence

30%

Difficult to understand for

audience, no logical/clear

structure, poor flow of

ideas, argument lacks

supporting evidence

Audience cannot follow

the line of reasoning

Little use of presentation

aids, or the presentation

Information, arguments and

evidence are presented in a

way that is not always clear

and logical

Line of reasoning is

acceptable but sometimes

difficult to follow

Presentation aids are used

more for effect than

Information, arguments and

evidence are well presented,

mostly clear flow of ideas and

arguments

Line of reasoning is easy to

follow

Effective use of presentation

aids

Information, arguments and

evidence are very well

presented, the presentation

is logical, clear and well

supported by evidence

Carefully and well prepared

presentation aids are used

Expertly presented; the

presentation is logical,

persuasive, and well

supported by evidence,

demonstrating a clear flow

of ideas and arguments

Effective use of diverse

presentation aids, including

graphics and multi- media

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aids and material used are

irrelevant

relevance

Presentation structure:

Opener, objectives,

overview, main body,

bottom line and call to

action.

Use of visuals to

highlight critical

messages

30%

Presentation has poor or

illogicalstructure orflow

Missing key elements of

the recommendation

report

Presentation is generally

logically structured and flows

adequately

Missing some elements of

the recommendation report

Presentation has logical

structure and flow

Includesthe key elements of

the recommendation report

Visuals are used well to aid in

explaining key messages

Presentation is presented in a

very logical way, with an

advanced level of structure

and flow

All key messages of the

recommendation report are

very well covered

Advanced use of visuals to

aid in explaining key

messages

Presentation is presented in

an exceptionally logical way,

with excellent structure and

flow

All key messages of the

recommendation report are

expertly covered

Highly creative and visual

methods employed to

deliver the presentation

structure

Audience engagement,

voice quality and timing

of delivery

30%

Little variation in tone and

intensity

Minimal audience

engagement

Timing of the delivery poor

Some variation in tone and

intensity

Some audience engagement

Timing delivery reasonable

Variation in tone and intensity

Good audience engagement

Good timing during the

delivery

Variation in tone and

intensity is advanced

Very good audience

engagement

Very good timing during the

delivery

Variation in tone and

intensity is highly advanced

Excellent audience

engagement

Excellent timing in the

delivery

Fluid delivery

10%

Little cohesiveness in the

approach

Adequate cohesiveness in

the approach

Good cohesiveness in the

approach

Very clear evidence of a

cohesive approach

Excellent cohesion and a

seamless approach

 

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