TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN

 

CIS5209 Assignment 2 Marking feedback

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Marking summary

TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN

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TO-BE PROCESS

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COMPARING AS-IS AND TO-BE

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ENTITY RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM

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DATA NORMALISATION

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TESTING

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TRAINING

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SYSTEM CHANGEOVER

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REPORT TO TOP MANAGEMENT

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APPLIED SKILLS

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PRESENTATION/REPORT STRUCTURE

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Final Mark (Press F9 to Update Result)

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Note: Major Academic Misconduct will incur loss of all marks for the assignment and may lead to failure of the course.

 

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Task 1

TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN

Presented as a WBS relevant to this assignment (i.e. the tasks a business analyst would do to deliver the project)

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Professional design of WBS, which presents all the relevant details at high level following conventions of course text Good design of WBS, which presents all the relevant details at high level following conventions of course text Adequate design of WBS, which presents all the relevant details Adequate structure but missing tasks, and or other elements Poor structure and/or inadequate list of activities. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 2

TO-BE PROCESS

A way of mapping where the organisation wants/needs their processes to be

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Provide a “TO BE” process diagram by using Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN) or Unified Modelling Language (UML). In this section you need to use Microsoft Visio. The “TO BE” diagram should show the improvement of the process flow of the organisation. It should include detailed activities, and interactions with customers Provide a “TO-BE” process diagram by using Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN) or Unified Modelling Language (UML). In this section you need to use Microsoft Visio to draw “TO-BE” process diagram for the organisation. Provide a “TO-BE” process diagram by using Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN) or Unified Modelling Language (UML). In this section you need Minor issues with use of BPMN detected Provide a “TO-BE” process diagram by using Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN) or Unified Modelling Language (UML). In this section you need Minor issues with use of BPMN detected or the Model does not match your organisation in minor way Major issues with use of BPMN detected or the Model does not match your organisation in an important way No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 3

COMPARING AS-IS AND TO-BE

The To Be process should be different and better than the current process.

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Provide a professional comparison between the “AS IS” process diagram that you provided in the assignment 1 and “TO BE” process diagram that you provided in this assignment. Including but not limited to:

What should be changed

Tangible gains in the new process

Stakeholders affected

 

Provide a good comparison between the “AS IS” process diagram that you provided in the assignment 1 and “TO BE” process diagram that you provided in this assignment. Including

Comment on two or more gaps that will be addressed

Provide an adequate comparison between the “AS IS” process diagram that you provided in the assignment 1 and “TO BE” process diagram that you provided in this assignment. Including

Comment on one or more gaps that will be addressed

Comment on one or more gaps that will be addressed Poor or missing comparison No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 4

ENTITY RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM

Create an ERD which fully reflects the requirements of your organisation.

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Your ERD will reflect the data requirements of your organisation. You should define all the relevant entities and relationships and the relationships must be logical (for example meaningful cardinality) Your ERD must conform to one of the notations shown in the course text.( crow’s foot, “rectangles and diamonds”) You should give two to three lines of explanation Your ERD will reflect the data requirements of your organisation. You should define all the relevant entities and relationships and the relationships must be logical,” It must conform to one of the notations shown in the course text. You should give two to three lines of explanation Your ERD will reflect the data requirements of your organisation You should define all the relevant entities and relationships and the relationships must be logical,” It must conform to one of the notations shown in the course text. One or more missing entities or relationships Your ERD will reflect the data requirements of your organisation. You should define most the relevant entities and relationships and the relationships must be logical,” Minor lapses in use of notation Up to three missing entities or relationships Not drawn using a recognised notation, or including inappropriate artefacts such as information flows No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 5

DATA NORMALISATION

Create comprehensively normalized 3NF table which fully reflects the requirements of your organisation.

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Table (s) of sample data is provided which are in third normal form (3NF). It should be recognisably related to your ERD You should give two to three lines of explanation Table (s) of sample data is provided which are in third normal form (3NF) Your answer should be recognisably related to your ERD. Your work may have one error (e.g. repeating group). You should give two to three lines of explanation A table of sample data is provided which is in third normal form (3NF) It should be recognisably related to your ERD. Your work may have two errors (e.g. repeating group and some fields not dependent on the key) A table of sample data is provided which is in third normal form (3NF). It should be recognisably related to your ERD Your work may have three or more errors (e.g. repeating group and some fields not dependent on the key) Your solution has one of the following problems: Not in 3NF unrelated to your ERD or your organisation No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 6

TESTING

A document describing the scope, approach, resources and schedule of intended test activities.

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Develop and present a grammatically correct, and clear test plan suited to your organisation and the processes you have described. It might include how and when the testing will be performed, who will participate and what test data will be needed. It will focus on integration testing and/or system testing Develop and present a test plan suited to your organisation. It might include how and when the testing will be performed, who will participate and what test data will be needed. It will focus on integration testing and/or system testing Clearly explain testing in relation to the new information system developed to automate the organisation process. Give and overview of testing in relation to the new information system developed to automate the organisation process. The test plan, or description does not match your organisation No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task7

TRAINING

Design a plan for training requirements

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Develop and present a grammatically correct and clear training plan suited to your organisation and the processes you have described. It should identify appropriate training topics for Users, Managers and IT staff where appropriate. Explain how it will be delivered (in person on online) and evaluated. Thorough explanation of the training plan’s use is given Provide a clear training plan suited to your organisation and the processes you have described. It should identify appropriate training topics for Users, Managers and IT staff where appropriate. Explain how it will be delivered. Explanation of the training plans use is given A training plan suited to your organisation and the processes you have described. It should identify appropriate training topics for Users, Managers and IT staff where appropriate. Explain how it will be delivered. Essential explanation of the training plans use is given A training plan suited to your organisation and the processes you have described. It should identify appropriate training topics for Users, Managers and IT staff where appropriate. Explain how it will be delivered The plan does not match your organisation, processes, or staff No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 8

SYSTEM CHANGEOVER

Design a plan for system changeover in your organisation. This is the process of getting the new system up and running and retiring the old one.

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A well written and compelling plan for changeover including detailed consideration of various changeover methods. Selection of a method appropriate to your organisation, and justification for your choice. A well written plan for changeover including consideration of various changeover methods. Selection of a method appropriate to your organisation, and justification for your choice. Good changeover plan including consideration of various changeover methods. Selection of a method appropriate to your organisation Good changeover plan including consideration of various changeover methods. Selection of a method appropriate to your organisation The plan may give inadequate consideration to the different methods and whether they match your organisation or contain inaccuracies
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Task 9

REPORT TO TOP MANAGEMENT

 

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Provide professional report to the top management (CEO) of your organisation. This report should include the objectives, background, processes undertaken, scope, and recommendations to the top management (CEO). Provide good report to the top management (CEO) of your organisation. This report should include the objectives, background, processes undertaken, scope, and recommendations to the top management (CEO). Provide good report to the top management (CEO) of your organisation. This report should not miss more than one of objectives, background, processes undertaken, scope, and recommendations to the top management (CEO). Adequate report but important section missing Poor structure and/or but important section(s) missing No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 10

APPLIED SKILLS

Appropriate use of Course Software – show proficiency in using a Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool such as Visio and Microsoft Project

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Demonstrate proficient use in Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio to meet the requirements of this assignment. Good use of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio to meet the requirements of this assignment. Adequate use of Microsoft Project or Microsoft Visio to meet the requirements of this assignment. Adequate use of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio minor deviation from the requirements of the assignment Prescribed software not used, and does not meet the requirements of the assignment No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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Task 11

PRESENTATION/REPORT STRUCTURE

Provide professional report to the top management (CEO) of your organisation. This report should include the objectives, background, processes undertaken, scope, and recommendations to the top management (CEO). This section includes Citing and referencing correctly the supporting literature using Harvard referencing (in-text and full reference list). Need a list of different and relevant reference sources (book, suitable article, report, website, etc.).

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Report Structure shows professional presentation of material resulting in clarity of message and information. Report Structure carefully and logically organised. Report Structure shows organisation and coherence. Report Structure shows some attempt to organise in a logical manner. Report Structure is Disorganised / incoherent. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Excellent clarity of expression. Grammar and spelling accurate, suitable tone and style for target audience. Expression fluent. Grammar and spelling accurate except for minor lapses in target audience focus. Grammar and spelling mainly accurate, at times language is unclear and/or unsuitable for target audience. Grammar and/or spelling contains errors. Language use is poorly executed or uses too much jargon. Frequent mistakes in grammar and/or spelling. Style not appropriate for target audience. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Title page and computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures accurate and show professional appearance. Title page and computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures accurate. Adequate title page and computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures. Some flaws in title page and/or computer-generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures. Poor formatting, or missing title page, computer generated table of contents / list of tables / list of figures. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Appendices are clearly labelled and referenced. Appendices used to provide appropriate supporting material Adequate use of appendices to improve report readability. Some limited reference to the appendices in the report Appendices not clearly identified or referenced. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
Reference list provided and correctly formatted. Referencing compliant with Harvard AGPS referencing method with some minor lapses. Minor errors in referencing method. Limited references provided and/or poorly formatted reference list. Lack of reference list or poorly formatted references. No attempt made or diverse from what is acceptable.
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