Review organizational digital strategy

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BSBTEC601
Review organizational digital strategy

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
CLASS ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITY OVERVIEW:
There are 14 activities in total to be completed on different days. These class activities must be completed during the
allocated time on the training day. At the beginning of each review session students should be given a few minutes to
familiarise themselves with the activities. Students should be given extra time at the end of the day to complete this
assessment or to clarify facts with the Trainer/Assessor.
This activity booklet needs to be submitted after completing all the activities.
Make sure the students:
Follow the activity instructions carefully.
Perform the activity as required.
Use a blue or black pen. Assessments written in pencil will not be accepted.
Ask your assessor if you do not understand a activity.
Do not cheat. Anyone caught cheating will automatically be marked Not Competent for this unit. There are NO
EXCEPTIONS to this rule.

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 1: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read Chapter 1 of the learner guide and complete the following Task (Activity 1).

Match the contents of the first column with the content in the second column by connecting them with a line.

 

COLUMN A COLUMN B
Quantitative Research Customer Relationship Management
Qualitative Research Social Media Policy
CRM In-depth Interview
Communication Guideline Existing Research Reports

 

Secondary Research Survey

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 1: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read Chapter 1 of the learner guide and complete the following Task (Activity 2).

Briefly explain what is meant by the terms ‘Review Methodology’ and ‘Research Methods’.

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 1: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 1 of the learner guide and complete the following True or False Quiz (Activity 3).

Tick ‘True’ if the statement is correct, and ‘False’ if not. True False
A digital review of an organisation can be done without
understanding the key components of their digital strategy and
policies and procedures attached.
Designing the review methodology is one of the most important
parts of any review process.
It is extremely important to map review the criteria of organisational
goals and objectives.
The review plan works as a guiding manual for the entire review
process.
The usage of a particular research method has no relation to the
review criteria.

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 2: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 2 of the learner guide and complete the following Task (Activity 4).

List and explain any two types of Data Validation.

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 2: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 2 of the learner guide and complete the following activity (Activity 5).

FILL IN THE BLANKS

1. Code text responses into form so that they are easier to analyse.
2. Identifying broad ideas, concepts, behaviours, or phrases and assign codes to them is also known as .
3. refers to grouping and assigning values to responses from the survey.
4. Assign a to each individual in your dataset to help in searching all relevant responses.
5. The first step to analysing qualitative data is .

SELECTION
Data Coding Transcribing
Unique Identifier Indexing
Numerical

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 2: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 2 of the learner guide and complete the following True or False Quiz (Activity 6).

Tick ‘True’ if the statement is correct, and ‘False’ if not. True False
The primary source of information is more important than the secondary
source of information for research.
Raw data needs to be organised and evaluated before they can be analysed
and meaningfully interpreted.
The aim of the research has no correlation to the type of data to be
collected.
Errors in data lead to an inaccurate interpretation of the data.
Thematic Analysis is done for Quantitative Research Data.

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 3: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 3 of the learner guide and complete the following Task (Activity 7).

If you are studying the impact of higher advertising spent during the festival season on the sales for the same time
period:
a) What kind of research method will you use?
b) What method of data analysis will you choose?

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 3: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 3 of the learner guide and complete the following activity (Activity 8).

Select the most appropriate word in the Selection column that matches the description of the same on
the Description column by connecting them with a line.

 

DESCRIPTION SELECTION
Method of analysis that relies on the
study of multiple cases of similar type
of problem.
Correlation
Examines the relationship between
two or more variables of interest.
Data Mining
Studies the relationship between two
or more variables.
Descriptive Analysis
It provides a simple overview of
what the data represents.
Regression

 

Slicing and dicing of organised data. Grounded Analysis

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 3: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 3 of the learner guide and complete the following True or False Quiz (Activity 9).

Tick ‘True’ if the statement is correct, and ‘False’ if not. True False
Histograms cannot be used to graphically represent frequency
distribution.
Google Maps uses Prescriptive Analysis Model.
Thematic Analysis is a type of Framework Analysis.
Correlation and Regressions are methods of statistical analysis which
study the correlation between two or more variables.
Machine Learning is a branch of Prescriptive Analysis.

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 3: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 4 of the learner guide and complete the following activity (Activity 10).

List and explain the content sections of a recommendation report.

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 4: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 4 of the learner guide and complete the following True or False Quiz (Activity 11).

Tick ‘True’ if the statement is correct, and ‘False’ if not. True False
A preliminary report is a document used as a discussion guide to discuss the
initial findings and research gaps with the relevant stakeholders.
The preliminary report has no link to the final report.
The evaluation criteria must be outlined beforehand to be used to choose one
recommendation over the other options.
Conclusions and recommendations are not the same.
Recommendations have no correlation with the research problem.

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 4: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 5 of the learner guide and complete the following activity (Activity 12).

List and explain in brief the checks done during proofreading a review report.

BSBTEC601 Review organizational digital strategy

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 4: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 5 of the learner guide and complete the following activity (Activity 13).

Review reports have three broad sections, and each section has various elements. Listed below in the first column are
the various elements of a report content and t
he second column has the names of 3 report sections. Draw a line and
connect the report contents with the relevant report section.

 

REPORT CONTENT REPORT SECTION
Findings
Bibliography INTRODUCTION
Executive Summary
BODY OF REPORT
Data Set
Sample Design APPENDICES
Research Design

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Created: January 2021 Last Reviewed: January 2021

Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 4: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read chapter 5 of the learner guide and complete the following True or False Quiz (Activity 14).

Tick ‘True’ if the statement is correct, and ‘False’ if not. True False
Proofreading checks the language, structure, and clarity of a report.
Details of sampling methods and statistical analysis performed are part of the
main body of the report.
Preparing a research report involves three steps: understanding the details,
organising the data, and writing.
The Executive Summary is the lengthiest part of the review report.
The PowerPoint Presentation should have as much data and details as possible.