FACULTY OF LAW & BUSINESS Peter Faber Business School DATA201: Data Analytics and Decision Making,

FACULTY OF LAW & BUSINESS
Peter Faber Business School
DATA201: Data Analytics and Decision Making, Semester 2, 2019
Assessment 3 [Weight 50%]
Due Date: 13/11/2019 5:00PM Individual Work
Assessment Overview:
This assessment is designed to develop students’ skills in the correct usage of analytical techniques and
interpreting data for making managerial decisions. The main task is to analyse business data and to
prepare a report for management based on an analysis of the data. The focus is on understanding the use of
data analytical tools in a business context and develop written communication skills.
Assignment-3 tasks and description
Tasks Steps/Description Which tools to use to complete? How to Submit your Work
Construct classification tool Construct classification tool to effectively assist the buyer in identification of
cars likely to be Kicks.
• Experiment different configurations of the decision tree tool in Knime to find the best one you can. (NB.
The error rate should be less than 15%).
• It is expected that while exploring this tool, you may need to keep coming back to explore the dataset to
find the best set of inputs for your classification problem#. Use Knime software Data file (Excel), Knime
file (of your decision tree) on ePortfolio**
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Create Dashboard Create dashboard
• When you are happy with your classification tool, create a dashboard in Tableau or Excel to present
these inputs and how they affect IsBadBuy (Kicks).
• Be mindful to choose appropriate visuals for your dashboard. Use Tableau or Excel Dashboard
(Tableau or Excel) on
ePortfolio**
Write a 1000-word report What to include in report?
Once successfully creating a classification tool, describe the tool’s functionality with respect to input
contributions to the Kick classification.
• Evaluate your classification tool and explain how it may assist the buyer to reduce the Kicks rate.
• Using the data analytic methods you have learnt in the whole semester, explain your analysis,
interpretation in the experiment to support decision makers.
Use Word Combine item 3 and 4 and submit it on
Turnitin
Self-reflection on feedback from assignment-2 Reflection Proforma:
Use the reflection proforma included in this document to complete your self-reflection and attach it at the
end of your report (item-3 above) Use Word
Note:
# use Excel clean dataset and Data Dictionary from Assignment-2
**Refer to LEO on instructions on how to submit files on ePortfolio (Same process as assignment -2)
Refer to case study (page-6) – the same case study as before.
Refer to rubric for weight allocation and marking schema (Page-5 in this document)
Case Study: Don’t Get Kicked (Same as assignment-2)
One of the biggest challenges of an auto dealership purchasing a used car at an auto auction is the risk that
the vehicle might have serious issues that prevent it from being sold to customers. The auto community
calls these unfortunate purchases -kicks-.
Kicked cars often result when there are tampered odometers, mechanical issues the dealer is not able to
address, issues with getting the vehicle title from the seller, or some other unforeseen problem. Kicked
cars can be very costly to dealers after transportation cost, throw-away repair work, and market losses in
reselling the vehicle.
Data analysts who can figure out which cars have a higher risk of being kick can provide real value to
dealerships trying to provide the best inventory selection possible to their customers.
The challenge of this case study is to predict if a car purchased at an Auction is a Kick (bad buy).
The data dictionary, Carvana_Data_Dictionary.txt, and the data files can be downloaded from LEO under
Assessment tab. The data dictionary describes the 34 attributes: RefId, in the first column, contains the ID
number for each record. IsBadBuy, in the second column, is the binary dependent variable, where a 1
(one) means “is Kick” and 0 (zero) “is not Kick”. The remaining columns (3 through 30) are independent
variables. The dataset contains records for 72,561 vehicles, of which 12.3% are Kick. (Adapted from
Kaggle competition)
Student Reflection on Feedback
How did you act on the feedback?
Reflecting on your assessment feedback is an important component of learning, and an essential part of
developing your on-going skills and ultimately, adding to your skillset.
Please consider the feedback that you received from this assignment (assessment 2) and provide a short
reflection on how you acted on, or intend to act upon, that feedback, and how it has informed this
assignment task.
Please submit this self-reflection proforma along with written report for this assignment.
Questions Feedback Received
(Instructor Comments) Student’s Action Plan
On reflection, what area(s) of your work needed improvement in this assignment, based on the feedback?
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What are the key feedback elements that you can use to improve your work for this assignment?
Provide at least 1 example of practices you intend to improve on as a result of acting on the feedback from
your teacher.
Is there a concept or a topic that you find difficult to understand?
State here:
Rubric – Assessment Task 3 – Business Report Project (50%)
Elements Criteria Standards
Below expectations Meets expectations Exceeds expectations
NN (0-49) PA (50-64) CR (65-74) DI (75-84) HD (85-100)
GA4
ULO3
Weight: 35 marks
TL=5 Dashboard / business report
(35 points) Dashboard does not work properly; not easily digestible, cluttered, incomplete, incorrect, too
complicated Satisfactory dashboard, but can still be improved in three or four aspects of clarity, brevity,
completeness and correctness Fair dashboard, can be improved in two or three aspects of clarity, brevity,
completeness and correctness Good dashboard, but can still be improved in one or two aspect of clarity,
brevity, completeness and correctness Highly effective dashboard, very high degree of clarity, brevity,
completeness, correctness
GA5
ULO3
Weight: 35 marks
TL=5 Knime workflow (25 points) Workflow does not work or is not correct Workflow works but half of
the nodes need to be improved Workflow works fairly well, some
nodes can still be improved Workflow works well but few nodes can be improved Workflow works
excellent.
GA5
ULO5
Weight: 25 marks
TL=2 Data analysis and
interpretation (25 points) Fail to carry out most data analysis tasks required; failed to interpret them Can
carry out more than half of data analysis tasks but can interpret only about half of them Can carry out most
of data analysis tasks and can interpret most of them; fair interpretation Can carry out all of data analysis
tasks and can interpret most of them; good interpretation Can carry out all of data analysis tasks and can
interpret all of them; excellent interpretation
GA9
ULO5
Weight: 15 marks
TL=2 Written communication
skills to support decision makers (15 marks) Inferior demonstration of effective written
communication
skills in
preparing reports using data analytics and interpretation skills for
management to support decision makers. Moderate demonstration of effective written
communication
skills in
preparing reports using data analytics and interpretation skills for
management to support decision makers. Proficient demonstration of effective written
communication
skills in
preparing reports using data analytics and interpretation skills for
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management to support decision makers. Accomplished demonstration of effective written
communication
skills in
preparing reports using data analytics and interpretation skills for
management to support decision makers. Outstanding demonstration of effective written
communication
skills in
preparing reports using data analytics and interpretation skills for
management to support decision makers.
Note: This rubric is an indicative of the rubric to be used in the assessments
1. GA – Graduate Attribute
2. ULO – Unit Learning outcome
3. TL – Taxonomy Level (or level of complexity) (see Bloom’s Taxonomy)

For this final part of the practical assignment you will be using the same information as for Practical

Practical Completion Point 3 – Computerised Section
For this final part of the practical assignment you will be using the same information as for Practical
Completion Point 1 with a couple of extra transactions but entering all data into a computerised system.
The purpose of this exercise is to allow you to compare and contrast the skills needed to utilise different
styles of systems.
For this task the Xero Accounting Package will be used. The aim of this exercise is not to train you in the
use of this system but to give you exposure to it. Basic instructions and comparable sample data are
provided at the end of this document to assist you in navigating the system.
Alistair Adin runs a business Al Adin’s Lamps and Rugs that specialises in ornaments and interior design.
He has contacted you for some assistance in setting up a new accounting system. Alistair has managed to
collect enough information to create a chart of accounts for you to work from.
Task 1
Enter the information below from the chart of accounts and schedules in order to set up Alistair’s new
system in the Xero Accounting Software.
Al Adin’s Lamps and Rugs – Chart of Accounts as at 1 July 2019
103 Petty Cash 120.00
105 Bank 2,380.00
107 Accounts Receivable Control 9,438.00
109 Allowance for Bad and Doubtful Debts 676.00
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111 Inventory 3,458.00
113 Stationery on Hand 220.00
115 Prepaid Insurance 2,400.00
116 Prepaid Rent 12,000.00
140 Warehouses 96,000.00
141 Acc. Depreciation – Warehouses 24,000.00
150 Delivery Vehicle 63,000.00
151 Acc. Depreciation – Delivery Vehicle 13,280.00
160 Shop Fittings 16,400.00
161 Accumulated Depreciation – Shop Fittings 8,460.00
207 Accounts Payable Control 6,149.00
205 Accrued Wages 1,498.00
210 Telephone Expense Payable 264.00
220 Vehicle Maintenance Payable 385.00
299 GST 1,250.00
250 Credit Giving Society Loan (15-year) 103,000.00
303 Capital – Alistair Adin 46,454.00
Additional Notes
You need to enter the information below into the appropriate subsidiary ledger accounts.
Schedule of Accounts Receivable
as at 1 July 2019
Acc. No.
10701 Just the Palace 1,562
10703 Agro’s Bazzar 649
10705 Arabian Night Lights 3,278
10707 Genieus Home Ideas 3,949
9,438
Schedule of Accounts Payable
as at 1 July 2019
20701 Tarnished Lamps 2,145
20703 Jars from Afar 825
20705 Rugs in the Air 3,179
6,149
Task 2
Enter the following transactions into Xero Accounting software using the instructions provided on the
subject website to guide you.
Transactions
July 1 Purchased 10 Hand Woven Rugs from Rugs in the Air. Each rug cost $330 (including GST).
July 2 Sold 25 Table Lamps to Arabian Night Lights for $58 each (net of GST).
July 5 Made a cash sale of 3 rugs to Iago Bird for $750 each (net of GST)
July 8 Paid the full amount owed to Jars from Afar less a 5% discount for early payment.
July 10 Sold 60 candles to Agro’s Bazzar for $40 each (net of GST).
July 12 Received cash (net of GST) from Ms Jasmine Rajah for completing a home inspection and interior
design options report. The fee for this service was $620 (net of GST).
July 13 Paid all employees their fortnightly wages. The total cash payment was $2,200 (GST Free).
July 15 Purchases 50 “Scents of the Desert” candles for $25 each from Tarnished Lamps. An additional
delivery charge of $50 was incurred (All amounts are net of GST).
July 17 Received a cheque from Genieus Home Ideas being full settlement of their account.
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July 21 Paid the $385 owing to the “Camel Masters” for vehicle maintenance completed in June.
July 29 Made a cash payment of $561 (including $27 GST) to Connecting U for the last two months
telephone usage.
Submission Requirements
Once you have completed the data entry in the above two tasks, you will need to export the following
reports into a single excel file.
Required Reports – Dated July 31
– Balance Sheet
– Aged Payables
– Aged Receivables
In addition to the above reports you will need to provide a brief statement of approximately 100-200
words indicating what information can be identified from the reports you have produced and how
accessing this information compares to the manual system you used in Completion Point 1. This statement
should be included in your excel file along with your exported reports.
Once your reports and statement are combined into a single file then this file must be uploaded to the
submission point on learnonline.
A quick introduction to Xero Accounting
The purpose of the following notes are to allow you to set up a Xero Account and interact with the
software in a way that enables you to complete the requirements of this assignment. The purpose of this
exercise is not to provide training in the use of this software, rather it is aimed at giving you exposure to a
popular accounting package and allow you to contrast this with a manual system.
The images/details in these guidelines are for reference only and do not represent the data you should be
entering. Students need to use the names/titles from the above assessment information.
One of the first things you will need to do is give yourself full control over the system.
Enabling the Adviser option
? From the menu, click on Settings.
? Under the heading “Organisation”, select “Users”.
? From the list of users, click on three dots by your username.
? Select the “Adviser” role (and remember to click “Update Permissions” at the bottom of the page:
Entering Opening Balances
At this point we are ready to enter the opening balances from our chart of accounts into the system. As
Xero is designed to track all activity and simplify the data entry process there is no separate General
Journal.
The accounts can be entered all at once by
– Selecting the Accounting Tab and choosing Advanced
– Select the Conversion Balances
– Select Conversion Date – use the start of the month for your practical task
– Now you can enter the balances from your chart of accounts, make sure they all balance and the select

BIZ202 The Business Environment Assessment Environmental Scan Report – Part B

ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject Code and Title BIZ202 The Business Environment
Assessment Environmental Scan Report – Part B
Individual/Group Individual
Length 1500 words ± 10%
Learning Outcomes a) Examine the influence of the external environment on the organisation
b) Identify and apply appropriate frameworks and tools to the problems and challenges faced by
organisations
c) Research and relate industry specific factors to the organisation decision-making process
d) Apply a relevant framework(s) to evaluate the macro and micro environmental influences on an
organisation
Submission By 11:55 pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Module 4 (Week 8)
Weighting 40%
Total Marks 100 marks
Context:
Businesses in the modern marketplace cannot afford to ignore the environments in which they operate. To
navigate this vast and ever changing landscape, businesses must keep a keen eye on macro environmental
factors that influence them. The environmental scan report is an effort to identify these factors and
propose solutions to the risks they pose.
1
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count.
Learning Rubric: Environmental Scan Report – Part B
Assessment Attributes Fail
(Unacceptable) 0 – 49 Pass
(Functional)
50 – 64 Credit
(Proficient)
65 – 74 Distinction
(Advanced) 75 – 84 High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85 – 100
Grade
Description
(Grading Scheme)
Fail grade will be awarded if a student is unable to demonstrate satisfactory academic performance in the
subject or has failed to complete required assessment points in accordance with the subject’s required
assessment points.
Pass is awarded for work showing a satisfactory achievement of all learning outcomes and an adequate
understanding of theory and application of skills. A consistent academic referencing system is used and
sources are appropriately acknowledged.
Credit is awarded for work showing a more than satisfactory achievement of all learning outcomes and a
more than adequate understanding of theory and application of skills. A consistent academic referencing
system is used and sources are appropriately acknowledged.
Distinction is awarded for work of superior quality in achieving all learning outcomes and a superior
integration and understanding of theory and application of skills. Evidence of in-depth research, reading,
analysis and evaluation is
demonstrated. A consistent academic referencing system is used and sources are appropriately
acknowledged. High Distinction is awarded for work of outstanding quality in achieving all learning
outcomes together with outstanding integration and understanding of theory and application of
skills. Evidence of in-depth research, reading, analysis, original and creative thought is demonstrated. A
consistent academic referencing system is used and sources are appropriately acknowledged.
Identification and analysis of macro
environmental factors
SLO addressed:
a) Examine the
influence of the external environment on the organisation
b) Research and Limited understanding of the environmental factors influencing the chosen business.
Identifies some of the environmental factors influencing the chosen business; the largest influencers are
named.
Accesses relevant information with limited analysis of environmental factors. Identifies a majority of the
environmental factors influencing the chosen business.
Accesses relevant information to analyse environmental factors. Correctly identifies all of the
environmental factors influencing the chosen business.
Accesses relevant information to widely analyse environmental factors. Not only identifies all
environmental factors, provides insight and discussion on potential further environmental challenges faced
by the business.
Thorough analysis of the wider macro environment of the chosen business.
relate industry specific factors to the organisation decision- making.
c) Apply a relevant framework(s) to evaluate the macro and micro environmental influences on
an organisation

Write a summative paper on seminal theories of governance and stewardship that inform effective organizational leadership in non-profit or for-profit organizations.

Summary:
Write a summative paper on seminal theories of governance and stewardship that inform effective
organizational leadership in non-profit or for-profit organizations.
Your assertions should be supported with a minimum of ten scholarly sources from the literature.
The paper, written entirely in the third person per APA 6 format requirements and supported by
appropriate theories and research, incorporating biblical/ ethical principles, should include:
• an introduction;
• a discussion of key theories of governance that have contributed to organizational effectiveness in
general (a minimum of three theories should be discussed;
• contributions of stewardship theory in general to effective governance in non-profit and for-profit
organizations;
• a discussion of the relationship of a leader’s values and beliefs to effective governance in organizations;
• a conclusion

Programmers in this company are encouraged to write their own work and to publish their algorithms in professional journals.

John, A statistical database programmer, is trying to write a large statistical program needed by his
company. Programmers in this company are encouraged to write their own work and to publish their
algorithms in professional journals. After months of tedious programming, John has found himself stuck
on several parts of the program. His manager, not recognising the complexity of the problem, wants the
job completed in the next few days. Not knowing how to solve the problems, John remembers that a coworker had given him source listings from his current work and from an earlier version of a commercial
software package developed by another company. On studying these programs, he sees two areas of code
which could be directly incorporated into his own program. He uses segments of code from both his coworker and the commercial software, but does not tell anyone or mention it in the documentation. He
completes the project and turns it in a day ahead of time.
Briefly discuss the dilemma for John. Show your utilisation of either Thomas White or Chris MacDonald’s
methodology to demonstrate how John might analyse and resolve the dilemma. Provide a recommendation
of what actions John should have taken.
Include in your answer those clauses from the ACS code of Ethics and ACS code of Professional Conduct
that are relevant and briefly explain why. Refer also to any relevant legislation with an explanation of how
it relates.
Assignment Task
From what you have learned during Week s 3 and 4 of your Professional Environments Course, discuss
ethical, professional and legal issues which you consider arise from this scenario. Make some
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recommendations of actions which could be taken to resolve the situation and/or to minimise the chance
the scenario may recur. Support your answers with relevant references (as well as the Codes and Laws).
Things to Consider in Your Assignment:
You should list at least 3 values from the ACS Code of Ethics and up to 5 clauses from theACS Code of
Professional Conduct, you think are specifically relevant in deciding how to resolve the situation. Make
sure that you refer to the most up to date ACS Codes which are available on the ACS website –
www.acs.org.au.
You should also list any relevant Australian legislation that you think applies to this scenario.
Your analysis, discussion and recommendations should use the framework you selected in
Week 3 – Solving an Ethical Dilemma.
Your assignment should be 500 – 800 words in length (excluding your code lists, legislation list and
references).
You may need to undertake a small amount of research, however, most information you will need is
available via the seminars and their references. Also,
use a cover page – as per the suggested template,
use in-text referencing,
use complete Harvard Notation, submit in “Word” format or equivalent format that can be
readily opened in MS Word, keep your formatting simple: Arial 11pt, 10pt after paragraph, single line
spacing, headings in bold, maximum 2 indent levels/bullet levels. Do not use page borders, word art, page
backgrounds or similar extraneous decoration
Your uploaded file name should identify you as part of its name – e.g. PE_Assignment1_William_Smith.
Marking Guide
Marks will be awarded using the following guidelines.
15% meeting the procedural requirements, including, spelling, grammar, number of words, document
formatting,
30% how logically and thoroughly you identified and described professional ,ethical and legal issues
arising in the scenario,
30% how well you developed your recommendations and supported them with relevant, correct
referencing,
20% how well you convinced the reader that you understood the issues,
5% did the material generate interest in the reader?

Needs Assessment Report The aim of this assessment is to develop a needs assessment report for the client or community that was used for the first assessment.

This essay is about Sports Event these are the taskes.
Please follow up.
Needs Assessment Report The aim of this assessment is to develop a needs assessment report for the client
or community that was used for the first assessment.
The needs assessment report will include analysis of the current environment and a determination of the
community or organisational sport event needs coupled with a development proposal.
The final development proposal will become the sport event that the student develops in Assignment
three.
Identify key community values and organisational philosophy (200 words) It is vital to identify the key
community and organisational values prior to the development of the needs assessment study. Key values
may relate to equity, participation, integration, culture, quality, affordability, flexibility, efficiency.
Community profile (200 words) Identify and analyse the target community. This will incorporate
demographic, psychographic and geographic factors
Review existing provisions (200 words) Conduct an inventory of relevant pre-existing sport event or
facility services.
Determination of needs (400 words) Categorise or determine sport event needs faced by the community or
organisation.
Development proposal (200 words) Develop a sport event concept In line with the information uncovered
in the above needs analysis
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This assessment must be based on the first one who is attached below PLEASE NO RUGBY,NO AFL,NO
GOLF,NO TENNIS FOCCUS IN THE FIRST ASSESMMENT SWIMMING IF YOU CAN PLEASE
ATTACHED PICTUREEE YOU CAN ADD PICTURES ABOUT THE EVENT WHICH IS ABOUT
OCEAN SWIM -Organisation:SURF LIFE SAVING CLUB.
Marks possible
Identify key community values and organisational philosophy 0 – 5 points
Community profile 0 – 5 points
Review existing provisions 0 – 5 points
Determination of needs 0 – 10 points
Development proposal 0 – 5 points
Total points /30 points
First file below is my first assessment
From second slides above are from the lecture you guys just read briefly and just try to be clear, objective
the way the tasked only requested, try to not be repeated text, make the text flows.
Remembering the mistake from the first assessment it was started the text as a news from Sky news
Australia don’t do that focus on Ocean swim and organisation surf life saving,Please do not forget

Write a summative paper on seminal theories of governance and stewardship that inform effective organizational leadership in non-profit or forprofit organizations.

Assessment 3: Governance and Stewardship Paper (2500words) – Part 1
Summary:
Write a summative paper on seminal theories of governance and stewardship that inform effective
organizational leadership in non-profit or forprofit organizations. Your assertions should be supported with
a minimum of ten scholarly sources from the literature. The paper, written entirely in the third person per
APA 6 format requirements and supported by appropriate theories and research, incorporating biblical/
ethical principles, should include:
• An introduction;
• A discussion of key theories of governance that have contributed to organizational effectiveness in
general (a minimum of three theories should be discussed;
• Contributions of stewardship theory in general to effective governance in non-profit and for-profit
organizations;
• A discussion of the relationship of a leader’s values and beliefs to effective governance in organizations;
• A conclusion

Organisational Learning and Change Unit Code: BUS 510

COURSE:
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Research
Unit: Organisational Learning and Change
Unit Code: BUS 510
Type of Assessment: Assessment 2 – Individual essay
Unit Learning Outcomes addressed: Learning outcomes – (a), (c), (d), (e) and (f)
a) Critically analyse and critique the major theories of organisational learning.
c) Critically review and evaluate the reasons for different approaches to change, and demonstrate an
ability to apply this understanding to volatile or novel organisational contexts.
d) Critically analyse and critique common perspectives on the role of, and relationship between,
individuals, teams and leaders in the change processes.
e) Integrate biblical frameworks into a contemporary understanding of organisational learning and change.
f) Integrate the concepts of organisational learning, strategic and innovative change management with
leadership theory and practice
Criteria for Assessment: • Criterion 1 – Extent to which question is answered (5/30)
• Criterion 2 – Understanding of the theoretical concepts (10/30)
• Criterion 3 – Extent of critical analysis (10/30)
• Criterion 4 – Structure and references (5/30)
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Assessment Task: The purpose of this assessment is to improve the analysis of organisational learning
concepts within the organisations and the ability to design of relevant solutions.
Students will be expected to write an essay in response to the question below.
Question
Discuss any five (5) key barriers to organisational learning in organisations in your home country. Explain
in detail, any four (4) strategies that that can be implemented to improve organisational learning.
Support your discussion on the barriers with examples drawn from your home country.
Submission Date: Week 8 (online submission via Turnitin)
Total Mark & Weighting: 30 marks (30%)
Students are advised that any submissions past the due date without an approved extension or without
approved extenuating circumstances incurs a 5% penalty per calendar day,
calculated from the total mark e.g. a task marked out of 35 will incur a 1.75 mark penalty per calendar
day.
GENERAL NOTES FOR ASSIGNMENT
Assignments should usually incorporate a formal introduction, main points and conclusion, and will be
fully referenced including a reference list.
The word count for the assessment is 1500 words (+/- 10%)
Marks will be deducted for failure to adhere to the word count
GENERAL NOTES FOR REFERENCING
References are assessed for their quality. You should draw on quality academic sources, such as books,
chapters from edited books, journals etc. Your textbook can be used as a reference, but not the lecturer
notes. We want to see evidence that you can conduct your own research. Also, in order to help markers,
determine students’ understanding of the work they cite, all in-text references (not just direct quotes) must
include the specific page number/s if shown in the original.
Work that includes sources that are not properly referenced according to the “Harvard Referencing
Workbook” will be penalized.
MARKING GUIDE (RUBRIC):
Your assessment would be marked based on the following marking guideline.
Total marks – 30
Criteria Mark Fail Pass
Credit
Distinction High Distinction
Criterion 1
Extent to which the question is answered 5 Below 2.5 2.5 – 3.0 3.5 – 3.8 3.9 – 4.4 4.5 and above
Not all parts of the question are addressed
Individual parts of the questions addressed in a reasonable way with limited integration Individual parts of
the questions addressed soundly with some degree of integration Individual parts of the questions
addressed strongly with strong integration Questions addressed strongly in all dimensions with a high
level of integration
Criterion 2
Understanding of the theoretical concepts 10 Below 5.0 5.0 – 6.0 7.0 – 7.6 7.8 – 8.8 9 and above
Understanding of the individual organizational learning concepts not demonstrated Understanding of the
individual organizational learning concepts is satisfactory Understanding of the individual organizational
learning concepts is sound Understanding of the individual organizational learning concepts is detailed
Understanding of the individual organizational learning concepts is highly integrated
Criterion 3
Extent of critical analysis 10 Below 5.0 5.0 – 6.0 7.0 – 7.6 7.8 – 8.8 9 and above
Lack of critical analysis, with no application of theoretical concepts
Limited critical analysis, with limited application of theoretical concepts Some critical analysis, with
theoretical concepts applied Competent level of critical analysis, with correct application of theoretical
concepts Clear and thorough critical analysis, with adequate application of theoretical concepts
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Criterion 4
Structure and references
– Coherence and organization
– APA format 5 Below 2.5 2.5 – 3.0 3.5 – 3.8 3.9 – 4.4 4.5 and above
An unfocussed, incoherent essay, characterized by disorganization and/or missing required sections.
References are inconsistent with required format; a notable number of errors present. A somewhat
focused, slightly incoherent essay, characterized by some disorganization and/or missing required sections.
References are inconsistent with required format; a number of errors present. A somewhat coherent and
organized essay and including most required sections.
Referencing format is adhered to throughout the essay, with some errors present. A clear and coherent
essay, organized and including all required sections.
Referencing format is rigorously adhered to throughout the essay, with very few errors present. An
exceptionally clear, concise and coherent essay, critically organized and including all required sections.
Referencing format is rigorously adhered to throughout the essay, with no errors present.

LAW6000 Business and Corporate Law Assessment Assessment 2 Case study

ASSESSMENT BRIEF
Subject Code and Name LAW6000 Business and Corporate Law
Assessment Assessment 2 Case study
Individual/Group Individual
Length 2000 words +/- 10%
Learning Outcomes This assessment addresses the following subject learning outcomes:
b) Demonstrate a sound comprehension of the essential elements required to create, manage and discharge
a contract and assess the remedies available for breach of a contract;
c) Examine legal principles related to creation and operation of various forms of business organisations
and critically evaluate their effectiveness across a range of business scenarios.
d) Explain the processes for incorporating, managing and winding up of a company, including key director
duties, the importance of the Corporations Act 2001 and the role of regulatory bodies.
e) Evaluate the role of agency in contract formation for different business vehicles and identify the
associated risks such as vicarious liability for negligent acts.
f) Employ legal skills (statute law and case law), critical reasoning and make informed judgements as to
likely legal outcomes of a range of business scenarios.
By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday of Week 10 (Module 5.2)
Weighting 30%
Total Marks 100 marks
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Context:
This assessment allows students to solve practical problems that arise from a fact scenario and to give
appropriate advice to clients.
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Instructions:
There are five case studies you are required to critically analyse. With respect to each case study:
1 Identify the legal issue(s) arising from the facts of the case study
1 Identify the appropriate legal rules that requires discussion in the case study 1 Apply the law to the facts
of the case study
1 Reach a conclusion/ give practical advice to your client.
Your analysis should refer to appropriate cases and statutes and be referenced using the APA Reference
system.
You will be assessed in accordance with the Assessment Rubric. Submission Instructions:
1 Submission is through Turnitin by 11.55 AEST Sunday of Week 10 of the relevant trimester
Question 1 ( 20 marks)
Matilda opened an accounting business and contracted with Quick Computers Ltd to supply her with the
latest computer system by no later than April in the year.
Quick Computers Ltd was two months late in delivering and installing the system. As a result, Matilda lost
$25,000 in ordinary revenue.
However, she also lost a lucrative contract to do a one-off urgent auditing job for a busy new client.
Matilda bought the computer system expecting that it would be available to help with these contracts.
Required
With reference to relevant legal principles use the IRAC legal problem-solving approach to advise Matilda
as to the damages that she may recover. Please explain fully, using relevant legal authority.
(20 marks)
Question 2 ( 20 marks)
Albert runs a business which has a turnover of more than $1m. It is profitable and definitely has good long
term prospects as an accounting software distributor. Albert decides to register a company, ‘MoneyBags
Pty Ltd’, and to transfer the business into that company, which he then plans to sell. MoneyBags Pty Ltd is
sold to an investor who asks that Albert stay on as the director and manager of the company. The investor
organises a contract that requires Albert, as part of the purchase of his company, to promise not to compete
against the company in any capacity within a 25 kilometre radius of the company’s location. Albert is also
required to promise that he will not use any of the intellectual property or trade secrets of the company in
any other enterprise. Albert signs the agreement.
Albert leaves the company after only 6 months employment due to a dispute over his working hours.
Albert’s wife registers a new company, ‘MyBags Pty Ltd’ to run an accounting software business, similar
to the one that Albert previously established. Albert is employed within the company but is neither a
shareholder nor director. The investor in Albert’s original company is concerned and threatens to take
legal action against both Albert and MyBags Pty Ltd.
Required:
With reference to relevant legal principles use the IRAC legal problem-solving approach to advise Albert
whether he can rightfully work for MyBags Pty Ltd and what rights the new owner of MoneyBags Pty Ltd
may have against Albert?
(20 marks)
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Question 3 ( 20 marks)
Rounder Tyres Pty Ltd was a company that conducted a tyre wholesale business. The Racer family held all
the shares in the company and Tom Racer and his wife Sally were directors. The company had not been
doing very well for some months as there was fierce competition in the tyre market. In spite of this the
board of directors kept on allowing the purchase of more tyres to store in the warehouse. It was clear that
the last few orders could not be paid when the time for payment was due. At the time when the company
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was in a financially precarious position, the company granted a 5 year lease of the premises it owned at a
fixed rent substantially below current market value to two of its directors. The lease contract included an
option in favour of the tenants (directors) to buy the premises again at a fixed price substantially lower
than the market value. The granting of the lease together with the option was authorised at a general
meeting of the shareholders of the company. Five months after the lease was granted the company went
into liquidation. The creditors are very upset as they believe the lease should not have been granted and
they want to take action against Rounder Tyres Pty Ltd.
Required:
With reference to relevant legal principles use the IRAC legal problem-solving approach to advise Explain
whether the directors breached any of their duties owed to the company? If so discuss the defences (if any)
that may be available to them.
(20 marks)
Question 4 ( 20 marks)
Morris has become very interested in painting and sculpture. He works on his art hobbies after work and
on weekends when he has plenty of free time.
Recently he became interested in the idea of cement and concrete sculpture and decided to experiment in
this field.
Last week he purchased a small cement mixer for $6,500 from Stony Building Supplies. The cement
mixer was manufactured by Concrete Bond Ltd.
After work on Friday, he set the machine up and used it as directed. As soon as he switched the machine
on he was horrified by the sound of a large internal explosion in the machine caused by a faulty machine
part.The machine is now in a state of disrepair.
Additionally, fragments from the machine shattered Judy’s windows. Judy is Morris’ next-door neighbour.
Part of the shattered glass hit Judy in the face and eye. She is now hospitalised and will be unable to look
after her elderly parents for the next few months. They rely on her for assistance with cooking, shopping
and cleaning of their home.
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REQUIRED:
With reference to relevant legal principles use the IRAC legal problem-solving approach to advise Judy
whether she would be successful in negligence to recover compensation from Concrete Bond Ltd Please
explain fully, using relevant legal authority.
(20 marks)
Question 5 ( 20 marks)
Sarah recently sold Prakash 1000 hectares of what was verbally described as “prime agricultural land” for
$ 850,000.
During negotiations Sarah, knowing it to be untrue, told Prakash that the land was appropriate for all
agricultural purposes.
Prakash signed a written agreement which made no mention of the purposes for which such land might be
employed (other than describing the parcel of land as “agricultural land”).
After settlement Prakash took possession of the land and it now appears that much of it is not cleared, and
without spending close to $1 million, it is probably only suitable as grazing land for animals and
unsuitable for most crops. Prakash had intended using the land to grow wheat.
REQUIRED
With reference to relevant legal principles use the IRAC legal problem-solving approach to advise Prakash
of all alternative possible legal actions in common law against Sarah. Please explain fully, using relevant
legal authority.
(20 marks)
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Learning Rubric: Assessment 2
Assessment Crite

CUC100 Assessment 1: Learning Reflections (x2)

CUC100 Assessment 1: Learning Reflections (x2)
Value: 15% (Learning Reflection 1 = 5%, Learning Reflection 2 = 10%)
Length: Approximately 250 words per reflection
Due date: LR 1— Monday, 23:59 (CST), Week 3
LR 2 — Monday, 23:59 (CST), Week 5
Submission:
Submit your Learning Reflections through the -Al: Learning Reflections- link in the -Assessment
Submission- area of Learnline by 23:59 (CST) on the respective Monday when each is due.
Task overview:
Each assessment in this unit represents a step in the process of completing an academic essay, so this first
assessment covers Step 1; reflecting on what you know about the topic and what aspect of the task you
will focus on.
This assessment has two (2) separate learning reflection submissions. They will each help you consider
what you know already about sustainability, and also help you choose one of five scenarios that are
available to write about and begin to develop your ideas for your Persuasive Essay (Assessment 4).
You can write in -first person- (I, me, my) for these learning reflections, as you are expected to reflect and
write on your own thoughts and views. However, you must use full sentences, correct paragraphing,
grammar and punctuation.
Task details:
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Learning Reflection 1 (5%): Thinking about the theme of sustainability and your essay scenario
In 200 to 300 words (that is, two paragraphs, each of 100 to 150 words):
1. What are some examples of sustainability concerns you have come across personally or in your
community?
2. Which sustainability scenario (select one from the five below) have you chosen for your essay, and
what is it about this scenario that interests you, and why?
NB: For this learning reflection, your answers should include no research and no referencing, as they
should simply be based on your own prior understanding, as well as personal reflections that you may
have had so far in the unit.
Scenarios:
• Food production
• The health and livelihoods of groups of people seeking asylum
• Lifestyle choices in urban or community settings
• Resource usage in a professional workplace (e.g. hospital, school, law firm, etc.)
• Tourism
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Overview of Assessments
There are four assessments for this unit. You
must achieve a minimum of a pass (50%) in
your Persuasive Essay in order to pass the
unit – even if you achieve an overall pass grader::
in your other assessments.
The first three assessments each represent a il
stage in preparing for the final one, your 11
Persuasive Essay. They also represent
different types of academic assessment that
can be required at university. So, as you learn il
and practise them, you will perfect skills
needed for the rest of your study.
The full details of the assessments outlined
below can also be accessed by clicking on the
blue links for each Assessment Guide.
When clicking on the links, to open each
document in a new window, please make sure il
you have ‘allowed pop-up’ permissions.
Alternatively, you can just right-click the hyper-)
linked (blue) documents and select ‘open link
in a new window’.
Assessment Number Type Weight Length Due Date/ Time MONDAY 23:59 (CST) Guidelines and
Marking Rubric
1 Learning Reflections: considering what you know 150, About 250 words per learning reflection Week 3
= 25th November Week 5 = 9th December Assessment 1 Guideline,
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Assessment 1 LR1 Rubric
Assessment 1 LR2 Rubric
CUC100 Assessment 1: Learning Reflections (x2)
Learning Reflection 2 (10%): Thinking about how your essay scenario relates to the three pillars of
sustainability (social, economic and environmental)
By now you should have started scoping and developing ideas about the scenario you have chosen for
your essay (from one of the five listed below). In 200 to 300 words (that is, two paragraphs, each of 100 to
150 words):
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1. For your chosen scenario and scope, how would you describe some of the different sustainability
concerns that you think need to be considered under each of the three pillars (environmental, social and
economic)?
2. Given the concerns you have identified, do you think any of the three pillars should be responded to
first to help achieve a sustainable outcome? Why or why not?
For example, in Ben Brown’s Tanakeke Island case (see video in Week 4.2), the economic pillar had to be
addressed before the other two pillars, because the community was so poor.
NB: For this learning reflection, your answers should include no research and no referencing, as they
should simply be based on your own prior understanding, as well as personal reflections that you may
have had so far in the unit.
Scenarios:
• Food production
• The health and livelihoods of groups of people seeking asylum
• Lifestyle choices in urban or community settings
• Resource usage in a professional workplace (e.g. hospital, school, law firm, etc.)
• Tourism
Points to consider for passing Assessment 1:
• Read the questions carefully, stay on topic and stick to the word limit.
• Use ‘Scoop-it’ to help inform your ideas.
• Read the guidelines for the Persuasive Essay (Assessment 4) so that you are clear about the scenarios
available to choose from and how this assessment relates to Assessment 4.
• Structure each reflection in two separate paragraphs to fully answer both questions.
• The reflective writing genre differs from essay writing. A ‘learning reflection’ should give your original
thoughts, knowledge and/or ideas on a topic with no concern about being ‘right or wrong’. It should relate
to the topic through meaningful, everyday life experience. Your voice (as author) should be clear and
relatively informal. Use this task as a starting point towards building your understanding of ‘sustainability’
and your chosen scenario, as well as an opportunity to practice writing clearly and concisely.
• Write your draft response in a Word document so that you can use spell-check. Then save a copy for
your records before copy-and-pasting into the submission area on Learnline.
• Don’t settle for an obvious or predictable response. Challenge yourself to reflect critically and
analytically about sustainability in your answers.
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