PROJ 6009 Assessment 1 Brief Nov 2019 Page 1 of 9 ASSESSMENT BRIEF - 1 Subject Code and Title PROJ6009 Business Process Management and Systems Assessment Assessment 1: Business Process Development...

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PROJ 6009 Assessment 1 Brief Nov 2019 Page 1 of 9 ASSESSMENT BRIEF - 1 Subject Code and Title PROJ6009 Business Process Management and Systems Assessment Assessment 1: Business Process Development Plan (2 parts)  Part A: Business Process Analytical Plan: “As-Is & To-Be” mapping.  Part B: Business Process Improvement Report: “Should-Be” mapping & Performance evaluation Individual/Group Individual and/or in Pair for both Online and Face-to-Face delivery Words limits Part A: 1500 words per report Part B: 1500 words per report Learning Outcomes 1. Critically analyse the role of management information systems in sustaining successful organisations. 2. Critically evaluate approaches to business process management and systems, their associated risks and implementation processes. 3. Establish and justify governance processes for business process management change to ensure that all stakeholders are considered in technology change decisions Submission Part A: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 3 Part B: By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 5 Weighting 60% (Part A: 30%; Part B: 30%) Total Marks 60 (30 marks for each part) Context: This assessment is evaluating students learning basics of business process management in organisations. The assessment requests students to develop a business process management plan for a particular case in an organisation, a department or a project environment. The plan incorporates identifying the existing (As-Is) situation of the processes of the case, and a few possible future states (To-Be) of these processes for improvement on efficiency and other benefits. In addition, the students need to develop an ideal processes (Should-Be) plan to best suit the organisation and the project. Furthermore, the students will provide a performance evaluation report based on the scenarios created in the “Should-Be” processes to complete this assessment. PROJ 6009 Assessment 1 Brief Nov 2019 Page 2 of 9 Instructions: In this assessment, the students will begin with identifying a process case in a professional working environment. The case can be from an organisation or a project the students participated in before. This assessment contains TWO parts. To prepare for this assessment:  Review Modules 1, 2 and 3 for Part A; Module 4 for Part B;  Identify a case from any industrial sector (production or service industry) you experienced. Part A: Business Process Analytical Plan Choose a realistic and detailed organisation or project, and analyse the Business Process Management (BPM) methods and techniques taught in the first three modules. Students are required to work on a process analytical plan (including As-Is and To-Be process mapping). In your analysis, consider and include the following:  Critically analyse the role of business process management in your chosen case study  Critically evaluate approaches to business process management and systems, their associated risked and implementation processes Output: The Business process analytical plan contains:  Business or project process briefing  Case based business or project process mappings (As-Is and To-Be)  Critical analysis on two mappings where are applicable: Good Bad and Ugly; Costs and Benefits; Advantages and Disadvantages; Feasibility and Sensitivity etc. Part B: Business Process Improvement Report In continuum of Part A, students are required to compile a performance evaluation report, to demonstrate their understanding and knowledge developed from the Modules, by applying tools and techniques introduced in class activities and personal researches. The students should clarify the business or project constraints and assumptions to create a scenario, where can be “For” or “Against” the “To-Be” process. Output: The Business process improvement report should cover:  Brief description of Audit process and Improvement methods chosen  Evaluate and suggest whether the “To-Be” can be the “Should Be” based on the organisational resources and capability assessment.  Establish and justify governance processes for BPM change  Describe how to better ensure that all stakeholders are considered in both process and technology change. PROJ 6009 Assessment 1 Brief Nov 2019 Page 3 of 9 Learning Rubrics – Assessment 1 Part A: Business Process Analytical Plan (As-Is and To-Be Process Mapping) Assessment Attributes Fail (0-49) Pass (50-64) Credit (65-74) Distinction (75-84) High Distinction (85-100) Business or Project Process Briefing 15% Failed to write about business or project brief; NO business or project process information provided Business or project briefing is provided; Descriptions covered business or project background and other basic information; Good business or project briefing written in formal business language; Descriptions covered business or project background, sectors operated in, goals and objectives; Key processes or pain- points are clearly identified. Well written business or project briefing provided, using formal business language; Descriptions covered business or project background, sectors operated in, goals and objectives current issues experienced, challenges faced. Key processes or pain-points are clearly identified. Professionally written business or project briefing provided, using formal business language; Descriptions covered business or project background, sectors operated in, goals and objectives current issues experienced, challenges faced. Potential strategies to implement and risks associated with them. Key processes or pain-points are clearly identified. Process Mapping: As-Is and To-Be 30% Fail to design process maps as per requirements, NO particular shapes, flows, symbols used; NO further evidence and justification provided to explain business or project processes; NO critical analysis with brief interpretation. Designed process maps as per requirements, used various shapes, flows, symbols; Both process mappings are supported without further explanation, or evidence and justification; Limited critical analysis with brief interpretation. Designed process maps as per requirements, used various shapes, flows, symbols and terminologies; Both process mappings are supported with a explanation, evidence and justification; Extra research conducted to complement course materials. Exercised critical analysis Nicely designed process maps, accurately utilised specific shapes, flows, symbols and terminologies; Well presented BOTH mappings supported with a explanation, evidence and justification; Capacity to explain and apply business process management concepts, their associated risks and implementation processes is supported by robust evidence from research/course materials. Professionally designed process maps, accurately utilised specific shapes, flows, symbols and terminologies; Well presented BOTH mappings supported with a detailed explanation, evidence and justification; Questions viewpoints of business process management experts and offers critical analysis of information taken from outside sources. PROJ 6009 Assessment 1 Brief Nov 2019 Page 4 of 9 with brief interpretation. Questions viewpoints of business process management experts. Analysis and evaluation reflect growing judgement, rigor and adaptability. Business process management information is taken from sources with a high level of interpretation/evaluation to develop a comprehensive critical analysis or synthesis. Exhibits intellectual independence, rigor, good judgement and adaptability. Critically analysis on the process mapping 25% NO basic critical analysis techniques exercised No evaluation provided to comment on either mappings; NO evaluation criteria designed. Basic evaluation provided to comment on BOTH mappings; Briefly explained evaluation criteria. Various evaluation applied, including one of below Good, Bad and Ugly; Costs and Benefits; Advantages and Disadvantages; Feasibility and Sensitivity etc. Use basic critical analysis techniques, supported with detailed explanation; Evaluation provided to comment on BOTH mappings. Briefly explained evaluation criteria. Various evaluation applied, including some of below Good, Bad and Ugly; Costs and Benefits; Advantages and Disadvantages; Feasibility and Sensitivity etc. Well exercised on critical analysis techniques: broke down the complex processes into understandable steps, supported with detailed explanation; Good evaluation provided to comment on BOTH mappings. Evaluation criteria or matrix are presented and followed. Various evaluation applied, including one of below Good, Bad and Ugly; Costs and Benefits; Advantages and Disadvantages; Feasibility and Sensitivity etc. Some discussion questions prompt to encourage further discussion. Professionally exercised on critical analysis techniques: broke down the complex processes into understandable steps, supported with detailed explanation, evidence and validated external sources; Objective evaluation provided to comment on BOTH mappings with NO confirmation bias. Evaluation criteria or matrix are presented and followed. Various evaluation applied, including but not limited to Good, Bad and Ugly; Costs and Benefits; Advantages and Disadvantages; Feasibility and Sensitivity etc. Valuable discussion questions prompt to encourage further discussion. PROJ 6009 Assessment 1 Brief Nov 2019 Page 5 of 9 Effective Communication 20% Demonstrate lack of communication/participatio n on the topic when required (in class or online or both). Written assignment is difficult to understand for audience, no logical/clear structure, poor flow of ideas, argument lacks supporting evidence. Failed to explain logics and rationales in either written or verbal form when required. Demonstrate insufficient level of communication/participati on on the topic when
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Business Process Analytical Plan         
BUSINESS PROCESS ANALYTICAL PLAN OF WOOLWORTHS
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Background of Woolworths    3
Business Process Management in Woolworths    4
Configuration    4
Enactment    4
Evaluation    5
Design and Analysis    5
As-Is Process Mapping    5
To-Be
Process Mapping    7
Conclusion    9
References    10
Introduction
    With rapid evolution in the business processes due to globalisation and advancements in technology, many well-known retail chains and organisations have adopted Business process Management (BPM), which is a process centric approach aimed at improving the performance of the business. This approach combines both governance methodologies and information technology. As mentioned by Chang (2016) BPM comprises of methods, techniques and concepts that are required to support administration, configuration, design and analysis of the business processes within an organisation. Here, we will discuss BPM for Woolworths using as-is and to-be project process mappings. Woolworths has identified BPM as a key enabler to for achieving the aim and objectives of the business. The reason for Woolworths to incorporate BPM in its operations is to develop understanding and gain knowledge about the best business practices to optimise its daily business operation. This will help the business to review its processes and focus on standardization to enhance operational efficiency.
Background of Woolworths
    Woolworths Limited is one of the largest retail chains in Australia and is one of the most popular brands fulfilling the everyday needs of millions of customers in Australia and New Zealand. The business organisation encompasses many well-known brands like BIG W, Woolworths Supermarkets, Dan Murphy’s and Dick Smith Electronics. The organisations have been diversifying its operations by acquisitions and are on the path of continuous improvements growth and development. Woolworths has focused considerably on the development of the improvement of its business processes for the sustainable growth and development of the organisation.
Business Process Management in Woolworths
Woolworths has identified a process-oriented approach such as BPM to develop process improvement methodologies for its future developments. A process design team was established by the organisation in the year 2008 that works dedicatedly to develop BPM capabilities for the business. Leonardo Consulting was appointed by Woolworths to assist in incorporating BPM into the processes of the business. Leonardo provided Woolworths with consultancy in BPM enablement and technical support with the use of the advanced ARIS platform that acts as a central repository. The key modeling tools used by the business are ARIS business designer and ARIS architecture to identify the scope of improvement in order to enhance the performance of the business. Event-Driven Process Chain (EPC) modeling approach to understand the business from the operational level facilitated comprehensive process modeling. The process design team of Woolworths along with the consulting team of Leonardo established Business Process Management at Woolworths via the following BPM cycle:
Configuration
Dedicated software system has to be deployed to realise the existing business process. Test and deployment has to be conducted on this platform itself. In...
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