This is the major assessment for your project and comprises four parts: project proposal and project plan, team meeting documentation including agenda and minutes, self and peer assessment and project report.
You are required (as a group with up to four members) to write a report based on your project. In this project report, you need to evaluate current business systems and processes, and propose improvements. You are required to demonstrate your learning and integration of knowledge from prior units undertaken in your degree.
Please refer to Moodle unit website for more detail information in relation to this assessment.
Note: Please contact the unit coordinator if you have a genuine problem and are unable to participate in a group.
You are strongly recommended to source your own project instead of using a case study. With permission of your employer, your project can be based on your work place.
Your project should be of sufficient complexity for you to demonstrate your knowledge and skills, but still be small enough to complete it within the term. If you are in doubt, please contact the unit coordinator or your local lecturer.
The project documentation will be assessed on the quality of content. The assessment criteria for each part of this assessment, as described under Task Description is as follows:
Project Proposal and Plan - 10%
The proposal and plan will include sections for project description, project scope, objectives and constraints, statement of work, team members, responsibilities and responsibility matrix, work breakdown structure, project schedule, risk assessment and plan, and quality plan.
Project Working Documentation - 5%
The team's project working documentation includes team meeting agenda, minutes arising from the various meetings, action sheet items, project working papers.
Self and Peer Assessment - 10%
Each team will be required to evaluate the other team members and the team's performance, both from a personal viewpoint and as a team member.
Project Report - 30%
As a minimum the project report will include sections for scope of the report, objectives and constraints of the report, terms of reference, executive summary, project management, introduction, strategic alignment, description of current system, stakeholder analysis and management, requirements methodology, requirements statement, candidate evaluation, change management issues, recommendations and report summary.
Please see Moodle unit website for more specific marking criteria.