u. Submitting your work (cont.)
What is the format for assessment document name?
uAT number - Task Name
u (Here "AT" stands for "Assessment Task")
u e.g. AT1 - Knowledge Questions
u AT2 - Project Portfolio
uWhat is the format for attached document name?
uAT2 x.y - appendix name
uHere ”AT” stands for “Assessment Task”, x for Section number and y for attachment number
u e.g. AT2 1.2 - Policies and Procedures
u AT2 3.3 - Meeting presentation
u1. Complete the table outlining reliable information relevant to workplace processes.
Way of procurement
Fairwork Act, Corporations Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act (Choose one or two)
CEO, CFO, managers, suppliers, clients
Consultation, interview, survey
Organisational policies & procedures
code of conduct, performance review policy, invoices
Coaching, training, mentoring
u2. Describe how legislation may be applicable to workplace problems (provide an example as part of your answer).
uYou may want to consider the following logic to think of:
u1) what legislation really is all about,
u2) why we need rules at all, and
u3) how we can apply rules to workplace problems.
3. Describe how organisational policies and procedures may be applicable to workplace problems (provide an example as part of your answer).
uThe logic here is similar to the one in the previous question (Questions 2) we have just discussed. We may think of
u1) what organisational policies and procedures actually are,
u2) why they are there at all, and
u3) how we apply them.
4. Identify and describe two critical thinking methods that may be used to identify complex issues in the workplace using the table below (there is an example to get you started).
This method uses a formal or informal interview process to obtain information about a workplace issue (such as how a product is used). It asks relevant questions to relevant stakeholders and documents the answers.
uAlternatively, refer to the following web pages for methods of critical thinking:
5.Identify and describe two critical thinking methods that may be used togenerate solutionsto complex issues in the workplace using the table below (there is an example to get you started). (cont.)
uRefer to the following web pages for methods of critical thinking:
6. Summarise the steps associated with a decision-making process. You may answer using a written paragraph or diagram.
uRefer to the following web pages for steps of decision-making:
7.List three advantages of addressing complex issues in the workplace.
uRefer to the following web pages for advantages of addressing complex issues in the workplace
u8. Complete the table outlining the different types of risk that may be associated with pursuing a complex issue in the workplace.
u8. Complete the table outlining the different types of risk that may be associated with pursuing a complex issue in the workplace. (cont.)
uFor definitions of strategic risk and operational risk:
9.List three barriers to effective decision-making
uRefer to the following web pages for barriers to effective decision-making:
10.Summarise the requirements for the development and presentation of a brief and feedback register
uFor a discussion of developing and presenting a brief:
uA very common way of creating and presenting a feedback register is by using a feedback form. There are lots of templates fora feedback form on the Web. Simply by summarising the common features of those templates, we can get the following components of a feedback form:
11. List four bodies you may be required to seek approval from to develop and implement solutions.
uWhat does the‘bodies’mean?
uHere the bodies means“
a group of people who work or act together, often for an official purpose, or who are connected in some other way”.Therefore, in the context of this question, the bodies means a group of people who have a certain legal or political authority and who work together to decide whether an approval should be granted to people who apply for the approval of some project or action.
uIn a business sense, the bodies that grant approvals for developing and implementing solutions may include:
uboard of directors of an organisation
uthe executive committee