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Strategic Information Systems

Assignment 1 (Strategic Analysis) 
Individual Assignment WEIGHT 20%


Each student will write a strategic analysis report of NOT more than 2500 words. The report should demonstrate that the student has thoroughly researched their topic. Students should use examples of business practice from the scholarly journals papers, conferences, books and professional magazines to support their arguments. The strategic analysis will be on a local company. The report consists of two parts and should cover the following requirements:

(External analysis)

1.Business background
2.What industry is it?
3.General environment analysis (economic, physical, sociocultural, global, technological, political/legal and demographic – and work out what the important facts are).
4.The industry environment ((i.e., supplier power, buyer power, potential entrants, substitute products and rivalry among competitors) and explain briefly what is significant for each).
5.Competitive env…

Managing Research

Task 3 – Exam Questions
You are required to answer any four (4)of the questions below in relation to the Leadership Quarterly article named Leadership Coaching, leader role-efficacy and trust in subordinates. A mixed methods study assessing leadership coaching as a leadership development tool. (posted in the Assessment Task 3 folder > Reading Task 3, and shown as an announcement)
The expectation is that you should be able to complete this exam in 2 hours, and this is the amount of work expected (however as this is not a timed exam so you can take longer if necessary).
Examination format answers are required i.e. NOT a report – simply answer any four of the questions below (about 400 to 600 words per answer). Remember you are critiquing the research decisions and methods used in the report.
1.Evaluate the literature review conducted for this research article.
2.This article uses mixed methods. Describe the characteristics of this research design and evaluate its appropriateness. Was this…

Contemporary Issues in Public Health

Faculty of Social Sciences
School of Health and Society
Subject Outline
HAS 911

Contemporary Issues in Public Health II
Subject Description This subject examines contemporary issues in Public Health, particularly the challenges to health presented by globalisation, climate change, social inequality and other aspects of contemporary society. Key concepts in public health such as the measurement of health, the burden of disease, current approaches to public health practice and core principles of equity, sustainability and social justice within public health practice, will be examined and evaluated within the context of the challenges of enhancing the health of populations in contemporary society. Subject Learning OutcomesOn successful completion of this subject, students will be able to: Subject Learning Outcomes 1.Critically examine current public health issues and challenges (infectious disease, globalisation; environmental, social justice) 2.Describe and evaluate common measures of indi…