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2020-21 Semester 1
MODULE CODE: 5BDIN001W
MODULE TITLE: OPERATIONS AND DIGITAL BUSINESS
AVAILABLE ON BLACKBOARD:
This assessment MUST be undertaken as an individual piece of work
Learning outcomes addressed
Understand and justify how organizations secure and deploy their resources both in a traditional and digital environment according to their capability and capacity
Understand and evaluate and use business data analysis to provide a range of solutions for a business problem
Use all appropriate information and internet-based technologies available effectively within a professional context
Understand how organisations use technologies to communicate effectively with stakeholders.
Analyse a business situation and provide a number of possible suitable solutions.
Communicate effectively in an appropriate medium and style with regard to audience and desired emotional effect
The portfolio assessment will examine the body of knowledge derived from a range of learning outcomes covered in the module and allows students to undertake research and investigations and make conclusions on business cases.
Portfolio contents include 3 ITEMS WHICH ARE: (1) a simulation game score relating to an operation’s business performance for Module 1 and Module 2 (3 attempts required for each module and 3 screenshots in total provided); (2) ~600 written words considering the fundamentals of operations management in an applied context drawn from module 1 of the game; (3) and a further ~600 written words considering a specific applied operational practice as related to a set of critical questions drawn from module 2 of the game.
Note that the result of the game will not be used to determine your mark for Assessment 1; it is pertinent though that the outcome is used to show that you have learned theoretical and practical perspectives of operations management from the simulation experience. Failure to produce the 3 screenshots will result in 15 marks deduction
The Portfolio Assessment should include the topic areas covered in the first 5 weeks of the semester showing your knowledge and understanding of:
In Section 1 you must provide three screenshots from the simulation game.
Section 2 Written personal reflection on operational business decisions made within the game. In section 2 (module 1 in the simulation game) you must present your work in three subsections which are as follows:
Section 3 (Undertaking supply chain management responsibilities). In section 3 (module 2 in the simulation game) you must present your responses to the tasks and questions based on the context of the factory environment within the game in two subsections which are as follows:
You need to demonstrate understanding of how organizations effectively manage the range of operational functions and business in an evolving business context, as well ability to reflect on operations theory while making informed suggestions using theories and applied practices with the support of academic sources.
The report must include evaluation and reflection on the practical application of operations management theories and principles with reference to the simulation game (modules 1&2) and supported by findings from academic and practitioner literature. You must use reputable and recognised sources to conduct your research and avoid using obscure websites.
You are allowed multiple attempts at submission leading up to the deadline. You will be able to see your Turnitin similarity score after each attempt’s submission.
The length of the report is 1200 words– The limit excludes game score result reports, game support statement, title page, table of contents, diagrams, tables, figures, reference list and appendices.
You should write in clear, concise and correct English. Remember to Spell check, Grammar check and Proofread. Do not put far too many points into one paragraph. Keep the points separate, at the very least by using a new paragraph for each point.
Format: PDF or Word document, page numbers, 1.5 line spacing, normal margins, Arial 12 point font
Document Name: Ops_Dig_Bus_A1_PORTFOLIO_SEM1
Assessment title: Operations Management & Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing
This is an individual assignment and is worth 50% of the total marks available for this module. Each student must submit an electronic copy of their report to Blackboard. The marking scheme for the report:
Table 1 - Marking scheme
Please note that marking criteria should not be seen as the structure of the report nor expected headings of your report. You should view the marking criteria as a useful indicator about the level you need to achieve for your work.
Note that textbook descriptions of methods, tools and techniques will not be given marks, although a brief description or outline of such techniques may be necessary.
Students may use the formal Mitigating Circumstances procedures to justify the late submission or non-submission for valid reasons. Pease note that the Module Leader cannot grant any extensions. Any requests should be made to the Mitigating Circumstances Board and supported by appropriate evidence. For more information on this please contact the WBS Registry.
Although in most cases summative assessments are marked anonymously, this one is exempt from that policy. Therefore, you can use your name and ID in the cover page.
When writing a report, you will need to support your arguments by referring to published work such as books, journal or newspaper articles, government reports, dissertations and theses, and material from the Internet. All work must be fully referenced and follow the correct referencing style guide. You must include at least 8 references in the report.
It is expected that you use the Westminster Harvard Referencing style within this work. You may want to consult the referencing style guide at Referencing your Work.
Academic offences, including plagiarism are treated very seriously. Plagiarism must be avoided at all costs and students who break rules, however innocently, will be penalised. All submitted work is passed through ‘Turnitin’ system to determine the originality score.
It is your responsibility as a student to make sure that you understand what constitutes an academic offence, what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Consult the Handbook of Academic Regulations for more information.
Report feedback will be available on Week 10. Electronic feedback sheet will appear on blackboard. Further feedback can be given individually when necessary. All marks are classed as provisional until approved by the final Examination Board.
It is a requirement that you submit your work in this way. All coursework must be submitted by 1.00 p.m. (13.00) UK time on the due date.
If you submit your coursework late but within 24 hours or one working day of the specified deadline, 10% of the overall marks available for that element of assessment will be deducted, as a penalty for late submission, except for work which is marked in the range 40 – 49%, in which case the mark will be capped at the pass mark (40%).
If you submit your coursework more than 24 hours or more than one working day after the specified deadline you will be given a mark of zero for the work in question.
The University’s mitigating circumstances procedures relating to the non-submission or late submission of coursework apply to all coursework.
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