2500 words: 30% Part 2* is Self and Peer Assessment

COIT20251 Assessment 3 Due Date: Week 12 Friday (09-Feb-2017) 07:00 PM AEST Weighing: 40% This assessment item has two parts: Part 1 is a Group Case Study Report of approximate length of 2000 – 2500 words: 30% Part 2* is Self and Peer Assessment (SPA) online survey – individually completed: 10% In Part 2, you will be assessing your team members and yourself for the performance in completing Part 1 of the assessment task. The unit coordinator will send an SPA link in an email to each team member towards the end of the term. The SPA link to an online survey will be only made available in Week 12 to you. The estimated completion time for the questions is 5-10 minutes. Part 1 All students are reminded to form into groups by Week 5 of the Term. For all on-campus students, please take help from your lead lecturer for the formation of your team if needed. For distance students, your unit coordinator is the staff to contact to help you with team formation. Your team members should take different roles in the team, including analyst, report writer, and proof reader. You rotate the leadership role. You divide the tasks of major body sections of your report. All team members work closely together to produce the introduction and conclusion sections. When you change leadership roles, the next analyst will assume the role of a new leader heading the team into the right common direction. The finalised version of the report should be read and reviewed in full by all team members. The Week 12 team leader will be responsible for submitting the assignment. The title page of your assignment should include Student Ids and full names of all team members. Include a table showing your leadership roles, team member roles and durations in the last page of your assignment. Objectives • Identify the need for external and internal environment analysis • Describe business context and business processes • Use tools and techniques for requirements elicitation and reporting • Expose your awareness of relevant ethical and professional issues Learning outcomes Assessed Devise an appropriate and comprehensive knowledge audit plan to support business analysis requirements Apply the techniques of knowledge capture, knowledge codification and knowledge sharing (using appropriate technologies) Use appropriate modelling tools to interpret and analyse the business context for enterprise systems Appraise the ethical and professional issues relevant to a business analyst Effectively write and communicate enterprise systems specifications.Assessment Task: Part I (2500 words) You are required (as a group with three to four members) to write a report based on a given case study. You are required to demonstrate your analytical and modelling skills to communicate your findings from the case study. Case Study – The Case of Eni This case study is about a larger energy producer and supplier headquartered in Rome. Read the given case study and carefully explore the context of its business, the strategy, approaches and technological systems discussed in the article. This company is undergoing a major technological and cultural change. Try to understand the business processes involved and what can be a proposed solution in terms of using ICT system/s. See yourself as a future business analyst and visualize yourself as applying the knowledge and skills developed in this unit of study as if you would have been part of a team working on this project. Eni is changing from an organisation structured around financial reporting to one structured around integrated reporting. All aspect of the company now need to consider there sustainability in everything they do. You will need to understand what this change means to strategic and day to day organisation of the company with a full stakeholder analysis on the change. The case study PDF can be found below. Chapter 13 page 207 to page 233 will provide the main source of material for your analysis and modelling exercise, while the other chapters can provide general back ground material. You will need to carry out additional research on Eni and uncover more information surrounding its move to integrated reporting and its Sustainability objectives. You will need particularly to focus on the changes the organisation needed to undergo to collect new data for its integrated reporting and to provide year on year improvements in company performance based on its new reporting KPI’s. During your analysis, focus on the following topics that you have to include in your report: 1. Project background, objectives and strategies. 2. Stakeholders 3. Business context and business case 4. Statement of current business processes and problems The report should be structured having: • A title page, headers and footers • Executive summary • Table of Contents • Introduction • Topical headings as required. • Conclusion of your findings. • References • Roles and Responsibilities Introduction should introduce the project describing the background, briefly describing the problems and objectives. It should also introduce the report.Your analytical and modelling skills are to be demonstrated through your use of the full range of business analyst tools as well as the inclusions of modelling diagrams like mind mapping drawn using CMap, and process modelling using ADONIS or similar software..Use references to support your arguments, method of analysis, tools and techniques appropriately. You should have minimum four journal articles or textbooks as your reference. References: Use the Harvard Year Date referencing style. You should include in-text references and the list of your references at the end of your report. The Abridged Harvard Reference Guide can be available from this link, https://www.cqu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/179954/Harvard_Guide_T1_2017_final_update. pdf Assignment Submission Submit your assignment as one .doc or .docx file (word document) using the assignment submission link available at the Moodle Unit website.

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