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Project Report

 Portfolio Items (Individual Assessments)
Portfolio 1 – PF1 (10 marks)
This assessment will be discussed in Week 3 to be submitted in Week 4.
Please Note: Moodle uses AEST time. That is, if you live outside Queensland you will have to adjust the time for final submission (due date and time).
Description: This assignment aims to develop awareness among students of becoming a lifelong learner. Students need to use the ARE process in this assignment. Students also require to write a reflective analysis on their experience of doing this task.
Requirements:
1.To succeed in an ever changing ICT profession, it is very important to become a lifelong learner. Do some background research, evaluate the information and write about yourunderstanding on being a lifelong learner and why it is important for ICT professional (write with an example). (word limit: 150 words)
2.Analyze the information you gathered in step 1, do some further research, evaluate the information and write in your own words how you c…

Project Report

COIT 20246 ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION
Part: Written Assessment Weighting: 30% of total assessment. 
Tasks There are ten (10) tasks, one for each week:the tasks are detailed below.There is a table to complete for each task.Please fill in the information required.
Note:Each resource summary should be around 200-300 words. Each summary should briefly explain:
-What the resource is about -Why you selected it -What are the main points or key information covered in the resource -Why the resource was useful.

For more advice about how to complete the assignment, as well as examples and information about selecting good resources, please see the assessment page on the Moodle unit web site: https://moodle.cqu.edu.au/mod/assign/view.php?id=886270
Week 1 The text discusses examples of traditional mass storage such as magnetic disk and solid-state drives.While these still underpin most mass storage, in corporate environments they are often accessed via Network Attached Storage (NAS) or Storage Area Network …

Business Model Deconstruction

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Assessment 1 Business Model Deconstruction


Task Description:
To be completed individually, you are required to prepare a business report that deconstructs an organisation's business model and identifies the critical success factors that make the business sustainable. Your analysis will demonstrate your critical thinking skills and your ability to professionally articulate your findings. Before commencing, you must seek your lecturer's approval to undertake an analysis of the business you have chosen. The type of organisation that should be identified for study is one that is relatively new, innovative in how they operate, and have most likely been established in the last five years. Assessment criteria detailed below and which is elaborated in the marking rubric.  Length: 1500-words Format: Business Report Business Model Canvas format: From Osterwalder &Pigneur (2010) Reference Format: American Psychological Association (APA) 
Assessment Criteria:
1.Provide a succinct description of …

Project Quality, Risk & Procurement Management

Assessment-1 Details
Unit Code and Title: SBM1202 Project Quality, Risk & Procurement Management
Assessment 2: Critical Review

Group/individual: Group Word count / Time 2,500 words provided:
Weighting: 30%

Assessment Details:
Students critically analyze the quality issue and/or problem in a field of their interest and correct them applying the principles of Total Quality Management (TQM). Students are also expected to review two best practice models in project quality management to show its significance in managerial decision.
The assessment will be marked out of 100 and will be weighted 30% of the total unit mark


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Research project

Assessment-2 Details
Unit Code and Title: SBM1300 Research project

Assessment 2: Unit Project – Part A


Due date: Week 6

Group/individual: Individual assignment

Word count: 4000 words

Weighting: 40%


Assignment Details:
Introduction/Literature review/Formulation of Research Methodology
In the Introduction, students are required to provide a background introduction to their research project including their justifications/motivations for this research (What), the significance of the study makes it unique (Why); and how this research is approached (How). Students need to provide the hypothesis(es) or the research question(s) and sub-question(s) if applicable that you wanted to answer.
In the Literature Review, students cr