Explain how you can prepare alcohols from halogenalkanes using SN1 and SN2 processes and the reverse.

Task: Answer the following question in the spaces below
a) For each of the following reactions draw the mechanism for SN2. [2]
b) Explain how you can prepare alcohols from halogenalkanes using SN1 and SN2 processes and the
reverse.
c) Explain what is meant by the term dehydration. Identify a catalyst which could be used in the acidcatalysed dehydration of ethanol. Write an equation for the reaction which take place. (3)

MIS770 Foundation Skills in Business Analysis

MIS770 Foundation Skills in Business Analysis
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND BUSINESS ANALYTICS DEAKIN BUSINESS
SCHOOL
FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND LAW, DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
Assignment One
Designing a Survey
Particulars
• Due: Week 5, Thursday 9th April 2020, 11:59 pm.
• Marks: 20%.
• Words: 2,000 words, plus or minus 20%. (For more information, see Guideline One – Word
Count).
• Submission: Electronically in CloudDeakin. Email submissions will not be accepted.
• Notes: This assignment is to be completed individually.
Please ensure you are familiar with the Extension Request and the Late Penalties rules governing
assignments in the Faculty of Business and Law (see details below).
Assurance of Learning
This assignment assesses the following Graduate Learning Outcomes and related Unit Learning
Outcomes:
Graduate Learning Outcome (GLO) Unit Learning Outcome (ULO)
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GLO1: Discipline knowledge and capabilities:
appropriate to the level of study related to a discipline or profession ULO1: Apply the fundamentals of
quantitative reasoning to solve real-world problems
Overview
For this assignment, we will use the ideas and concepts introduced in Module 1 to design a survey that can
be used to collect sample survey data.
Remember, it’s important to collect sample data in a valid manner where the collected data faithfully
represents the population we are investigating. Therefore we need to ask appropriate questions in order to
fulfil the purpose of the survey.
Scenario
You have been commissioned by the Australian Government to develop a survey that will gauge the views
of the Australian public regarding “Climate Change”. The Government intends to use the results of your
survey to assist in the formulation of government policy for the next 30 years. The survey should contain
20 questions which should take a respondent no more than about 5 minutes to complete. Accordingly, for
this survey, there should be no open ended questions (For more information, see Guideline Two – Variable
Category Definition).
Requirements
In this assignment, your tasks will be split into two (2) distinct Parts. The Part A relates to the Survey
Questions and Part B to the Collection of the Survey Data (i.e. the methodology; and, determination of the
target audience). For this assignment, you do not undertake the collection of any survey data/responses.
Part A – Survey Questions
• Task 1: write/create twenty (20) survey questions that are specifically aligned to the surveys purpose, i.e.
gauging the views of the Australian public regarding “Climate Change”.
• Task 2: justify/state the purpose/reason for asking each question.
• Task 3: indicate the type of variable that is most appropriate to your question (For more information, see
Guideline Three – Variable Type)
• Task 4: indicate the Level (Scale) of Measurement that is applicable to each question (For more
information, see Guideline Four – Level (Scale) of Measurement)
• Task 5: indicate, in detail, the type of visualisation (i.e. Chart/Table/Graph) you would use to visually
represent the data for each question.
Part B – Collection of Survey Data
• Task 6: indicate the methodology you would adopt to conduct the survey (i.e. how do you intend to
collect the data).
• Task 7: determine the target audience (i.e. what is your Survey Sampling Method) in order to ensure that
your data is representative of the population and then describe your sampling frame.
Survey Question Hints
An example of an appropriate Survey Question:
Which of the following age groups is appropriate for your age?
Note: If you wish, you may use this question as one of your twenty (20) but you would, of course, need to
establish the ranges for these age groups.
An example of an unacceptable Survey Question:
What is your name?
This example fails on multiple counts:
o There can be “no purpose” in asking this question (see Task 2).
o It’s likely the interviewee will decline to answer any further questions (for privacy reasons) or they will
deliberately answer the remaining questions untruthfully.
o It would not be possible to represent the data gathered in any meaningful manner (see Task 5).
Guidelines
Guideline One – Word Count
The following word counts are a guide: Part A – Survey Questions
• Task 1: each survey question you create should be approximately 10 to 20 words (i.e. 200 to 400 words).
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• Task 2: when you explain the purpose of your question, you should allow approximately 30 to 40 words
per question (i.e. 600 to 800 words).
• Task 3: when you indicate the type of variable for each question, you will use a minimal number words.
• Task 4: when you indicate the Level (Scale) of Measurement for each question, you will use a minimal
number words.
• Task 5: when you explain the type of visualisation for your question, you should allow approximately 25
to 35 words per question (i.e. 500 to 700 words).
Part B – Collection of Survey Data
• Task 6: when you explain your methodology, use approximately 100 to 200 words.
• Task 7: when you explain your Survey Sampling Method, use approximately 200 to 300 words.
Therefore, based on the above guidelines, your assignment should be no less than 1600 words and no
more than 2400 words overall (i.e. 2000 words plus or minus 20%).
Guideline Two – Variable Category Definition
Ensure your questions are constructed such that any possible answer is both:
a. Mutually Exclusive, and
b. Collectively Exhaustive.
Guideline Three – Variable Type
When you design your twenty (20) questions, not only do you need to indicate the type of variable that is
most appropriate to your question, but you must also adhere to the following minimum counts for these
variables: a. 5 Categorical questions.
b. 5 Numeric questions, of which at least:
i. 2 need to be Discrete, and ii. 2 need to be Continuous.
Guideline Four – Level (Scale) of Measurement
For each question, you must nominate which of the following Level (Scale) of Measurement applies: a.
Nominal.
b. Ordinal.
c. Interval.
d. Ratio.
Submission
Your completed work should be a single Word document divided into two sections:
Part A. Survey Questions
Your results should be listed question by question (e.g. under question 1, incorporate Tasks 1 to 5).
Part B. Collection of Survey Data
There is no need to have a Table of Contents; an Executive Summary; an Introduction; or, a Conclusion.
You must, however, include a section containing your references (this section not included in the word
count).
The assignment is to be submitted to the MIS770 assignment drop box in CloudDeakin before 11:59pm on
Thursday 9th April, 2020. Please ensure you include your name and student details in your Word
document as well as naming the file in the following format: yourstudentid_A1.docx. Failure to follow
this naming convention may lead to a delay in receiving feedback and marks.
Note: CloudDeakin is the only method of submission acceptable.
Referencing
In this assignment, you must reference all sources used in your assignment, including words and ideas,
facts, images, videos, audio, websites, statistics, diagrams and data. There are many different types and
styles of referencing and we recommend that you use the Harvard method. To assist you, the University
has provided this guideline Deakin guide to referencing as well as an individual guide to the Harvard
method. There is also a thirty (30) page pdf document called “Deakin Guide to Harvard” in the Unit’s
“Assessments Resources” folder in CloudDeakin.
Faculty of Business and Law Assignment Extension Procedures
Information for students seeking an extension BEFORE the due date
If you wish to seek an extension for this assignment prior to the due date, you need to apply directly to the
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Unit Chair by completing the Assignment and Online Test Extension Application Form (PDF, 188.6KB)
and sending the completed form as well as your supporting documentation and a draft of your assignment,
to our generic email address (T12020MIS770@deakin.edu.au).
This needs to occur as soon as you become aware that you will have difficulty in meeting the due date.
Please note: Unit Chairs can only grant extensions up to two weeks beyond the original due date. If you
require more than two weeks, or have already been provided an extension by the Unit Chair and require
additional time, you must apply for Special Consideration via StudentConnect within 3 business days of
the due date.
Conditions under which an extension will normally be considered include:
• Medical – to cover medical conditions of a serious nature, e.g. hospitalisation, serious injury or chronic
illness.
Note: temporary minor ailments such as headaches, colds and minor gastric upsets are not serious medical
conditions and are unlikely to be accepted. However serious cases of these may be considered.
• Compassionate – e.g. death of a close family member, significant family and relationship problems.
• Hardship/Trauma – e.g. sudden loss or gain of employment, severe disruption to domestic arrangements,
victim of crime.
Note: misreading the due date, assignment anxiety or returning home will not be accepted as grounds for
consideration.
Information for students seeking an extension AFTER the due date
If the due date has passed; you require more than two weeks extension, or you have already been provided
with an extension and require additional time, you must apply for Special Consideration via
StudentConnect. Please be aware that applications are governed by University procedures and must be
submitted within three business days of the due date or extension due date.
Please be aware that in most instances the maximum amount of time that can be granted for an assignment
extension is three weeks after the due date, as Unit Chairs are required to have all assignment submitted
before results/feedback can be released back to students.
Penalties for late submission
The following marking penalties will apply if you submit an assessment task after the due date without an
approved extension:
• 5% will be deducted from available marks for each day, or part thereof, up to five days.
• Work that is submitted more than five days after the due date will not be marked; you will receive 0% for
the task.
Note: ‘Day’ means calendar day.
The Unit Chair may refuse to accept a late submission where it is unreasonable or impracticable to assess
the task after the due date.
Additional information: For advice regarding academic misconduct, special consideration, extensions, and
assessment feedback, please refer to the document “Rights and responsibilities as a student” in the “Unit
Guide and Information” folder under the “Resources” section in the MIS770 CloudDeakin site.
Marking Rubric
Poor Needs Improvement Satisfactory Good Very Good Exemplary
Part A: Develop
Survey Questions
(Marks: 12)
Create survey questions that are aligned with the Scenario 0 points
Proposes no valid questions which indicates no comprehension of the task 3.6 points
Proposes only a few valid questions that
indicate little
comprehension of the task 6 points
Proposes several more satisfactory creative questions that indicates satisfactory comprehension of the task
7.2 points
Proposes a reasonably good number of creative questions that indicates a
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good
comprehension of the task 8.4 points
Proposes many very good creative questions that indicates a deep comprehension of the task 12 points
Proposes comprehensive creative questions that meets best practice and are grounded in empirical theory.
All questions
reflect a high level of judgement
0 – 3.5 Marks 3.6 – 5.9 Marks 6 – 7.1 Marks 7.2 – 8.3 Marks 8.4 – 9.5 Marks 9.6 – 12 Marks
Part B: Method of Survey
Implementation
(Marks: 5)
Describe how Survey is to be conducted and how to select the target audience 0 points
Provides no direction as to how the survey might be implemented
0 – 1.4 Marks 1.5 points
Provides little direction as to how the survey might be implemented
1.5 – 2.4 Marks 2.5 points
Provides acceptable direction as to how the survey might be implemented in a satisfactory manner
2.5 – 2.9 Marks 3 points
Provides a good direction as to how the survey might be implemented
3 – 3.4 Marks 3.5 points
Provides a detailed and insightful direction as to how the survey might be implemented
3.5 – 3.9 Marks 5 points
Provides outstanding detail and insightful direction as to how the survey might be implemented 4 – 5
Marks
Overall
Assignment
Presentation
(Marks: 3) 0 points
No attempt has been made to follow assignment particulars.
Poorly presented 0.9 points
Little attempt has been made to
follow assignment particulars. Unsatisfactorily presented 1.5 point
Most of the assignment
particulars have been followed. Satisfactorily presented 1.8 point
Majority of the assignment particulars have been followed. Good
presentation 2.1 points
All of the assignment particulars have been followed. Very good presentation 3 points
All of the assignment particulars have been dealt with meticulously. Faultless assignment presentation

firewall design and configuration and students ability to exercise the operational, analytical and critical skills needed to reduce the potential security risks. Analyse and evaluate the organizational adoption of security controls.

Assessment 1
Assessment type: Practical and Written Assessment. Individual assignment (1.000 words).
Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to assess student understanding on firewall design and
configuration and students ability to exercise the operational, analytical and critical skills needed to reduce
the potential security risks. Analyse and evaluate the organizational adoption of security controls.
Design solutions for concrete security problems for distributed applications This assessment contributes to
learning outcomes a. b.
Value: 20% (Report 16%; Demonstration 4%)
Due Date: Report submission Week 6; Demonstration Week 7
Submission requirements details: All work must be submitted on Moodle by the due date.
Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference
list using Harvard Anglia referencing style.
Assessment topic: Firewall Setup and Configuration
Task Details: This Assignment requires you to perform a security testing on the network to identify the
threats, prepare a Risk Mitigation report and configure some of the firewall settings using Kali Linux to
secure the network and the distributed applications.
The assignment consists of two parts:
Part A: Use Nmap – a security testing in Kali Linux to perform penetration testing on the network
(features of Nmap listed below). Prepare a short Risk Mitigation plan to identify the threats for the assets.
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This plan will guide you to proceed with the firewall settings required for the organization as you focus on
the second part of the assignment.
Part B: Configure a few settings on the firewall for the network using Kali Linux commands to achieve a
required level of security. The initial set of commands are given to you to start with. You may need to
perform online search to complete the rest of the requirements for the firewall settings.
Case Study for the Assignment: Canadian Cafe is a small business enterprise comprising franchise at
different geographical locations with appropriate network facilities to reach their business requirements. A
secure network across their geographical locations is one of the objectives of a business organization. The
System and Network administrator of the organization realizes that the security of the network has to be
vulnerabilities that the network may pose. After risk analysis, designing a set of security policies is very
important to provide high level of security.
The executive management of Canadian Cafe urges you to design the necessary security requirements.
Looking into the requirements of the security and adhering to information security policy as a security
team decides to configure firewall to secure the network from different types of possible threats and
attacks that can harm the business network.
Part A: Perform the following task.
1. Use Nmap from Kali on your Virtual Box
2. Write an introduction to include the description of the tool
Features of Nmap:
• Host discovery: useful for identifying hosts in any network
• Port scanning: lets you enumerate open ports on the local or remote host
• OS detection: useful for fetching operating system and hardware information about any connected device
• App version detection: allows you to determine application name and version number
• Scriptable interaction: extends Nmap default capabilities by using Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE)
3. Demonstrate four tasks Nmap can perform. Discuss on how this tool can be used for mitigating differ
types of threats. The discussion should include the name and bnef description of the threat and must be
supported by screenshots.
4. Discuss the performance of the tools based on the following:
a. Security features and
b. Time taken to detect any threat
5. Perform the firewall testing using Nmap
6. From the report generated from the above tasks write a short Risk Mitigation Plan to identity the type of
threats on the organisation’s assets.
Part B: Configure the following setting on the firewall using the appropriate commands in Kali Linux. The
list of commands is provided below:
Command Description
Ufw status To check firewall status
Ufw enable Enable f rewall
Ufw allow Allow services, port range and network
Ufw deny Blocking a service
1. Check the firewall status
2. Enable or disable the firewall accordingly
3. Allow services such as TCP. SSH and samba using their port number or name
4. Verify the firewall rules after adding the above services
5. Secure a web server by blocking HTTP service and allowing HTTPS service only
6. Allow a range of ports from 20 to 80 and deny a range of ports from 100 to 500
7. Verify the firewall rules
8. Allow HTTP from a specific subnet to access your web services
9. Block connections to a network interface
Submission Guidelines:
The assignment should be submitted on Moodle on or before the deadline as a word document that
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includes all the details of the task completed in Part A and Part B. The report should address the
requirements mentioned in the Marking Criteria section of the assignment.
Marking Criteria:
Sections Descnpton of the section Marks
Executive Summary Summary on what the report is address, ng 2
Outline Outline of the whole report inducing tool descr ption 2
Risk Mitigation Plan DetaJs of the threats n the mitigaton report 2
Analysis Critical analysis of the scenario 2
Firewall setup Details of the firewall settngs wth screenshots 6
Conclusion Informaton on what has been addressed in the report – discuss on of the findings is important 2
Demonstration Details of the tests performed wth screenshots 4

The Department of Spatial Information (DSI) is a State Government department. The major function of DSI is to provide accurate and timely spatial information to other Government departments, but also to make some of this spatial information available to the public

The Department of Spatial Information (DSI) is a State Government department. The major function of
DSI is to provide accurate and timely spatial information to other Government departments, but also to
make some of this spatial information available to the public. In order to provide both the government and
public services, DSI has developed a number of web services that deliver this information through a
number of internally developed services and applications. This suite of web services and applications is
referred to as the DSI Online Spatial Delivery System (OSDS).
The OSDS is considered essential by DSI and their users, so these services must be:
Readily available and accessible at all times,
Capable of handling heavy loads in times of peak demand,
Capable of serving downloads to users as required,
Secure from attacks,
Capable of providing detailed reports on usage.
DSI have a number of new projects being developed that are expected to increase the demand for its
spatial data dramatically. The Executive Management of DSI have looked at a number of proposals to
support these new programs. The two alternatives they are investigating are:
Increasing the internal DSI Data Centre capacity to host and support the new projects in the OSDS. This
would probably need a 50% increase in web infrastructure and support services within the Department.
This would necessitate an increase in data centre infrastructure, server numbers as well as a major increase
in the bandwidth available to DSI.
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Migrating the OSDS to a Cloud provider. This would allow DSI to continue to develop and refine the data
in its internal Maintenance systems and then move a copy of the completed data to the cloud-based
Delivery system for publication.
DSI Management would like to adopt Proposal 2, in order to meet their budget restrictions, but have asked
you to prepare a report for the DSI Board that looks at the following aspects of the proposal:
The possible delivery and deployment models that DSI should adopt for a cloud-based OSDS. This should
include:
The advantages and disadvantages of using either an IaaS or PaaS approach for the OSDS, (20 marks) and
The possible architecture(s) that could be used to deploy the OSDS (20 marks).
Should the Board consider the use of an Cloud Edge solution for the OSDS? What advantages and
disadvantages would the Edge give to the OSDS? (20 marks)
The OSDS software architecture uses a monolithic approach to design, while a move to use the Edge will
require many applications and web services to be redesigned as microservices.
Explain the differences between monolithic and microservice architectures to the DSI Board using an
example (20 marks).
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of these two styles of software architecture (20 marks)
Your recommended approach for delivery and deployment of the OSDS, including the reasoning for your
recommendation (20 marks).
Your report should not exceed 10 pages, excluding references.

MGT600 Management, People and Teams

3000 words assignment report.
there is a scenario in the brief and must report recommendations to achieve three objectives
please read the brief and follow the suggest format.
there is a table at the end of the brief that table should transferred to the report for filling purpose before
the submitting.
ASSESSMENT 2 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title MGT600 Management, People and Teams
Assessment Case Study
Individual/Group Group
Length Up to 3000 words
Learning Outcomes a) Critically assess the key principles and theories underlying strategic people
management and explain how their application enhances organisational and individual performance.
b) Critically evaluate the effectiveness of different approaches and the relationships between effective
people management and organisational performance.
c) Demonstrate effective communication and practical problem-solving skills to effectively manage
people in a range of organisational contexts
d) Critically reflect on the roles and functions that managers perform in the context of the challenges and
risks they have to address in the changing environment.
Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Friday Module 4.2 (week 8)
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Weighting 40%
Total Marks 40 marks
Context:
Though challenging, group assignments are designed to reflect the reality of the workplace. In this
instance, people coming together to contribute knowledge, experience and skills to produce a desired
outcome.
This assessment encourages students to develop their knowledge in relation to the key topics of attracting,
developing and retaining employees, teamwork, performance management, team development and change
management.
Students will be allocated into groups by the learning facilitator. The group will work together to analyse
the given company and provide recommendations to improve on attracting, developing and retaining
employees, teamwork, performance management and team development.
Instructions:
Your group is from a well-regarded consultancy firm and has been engaged by your client, ComSyst
Technologies (CST) to provide advice on addressing a variety of challenges.
CST is a multi-national communications software and systems developer serving the defence and
emergency services industries. CST has offices in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Philippines,
India and South Korea.
CST has recently lost three major tenders to competitors and their market share has declined substantially
in the last two years. This has been attributed to some significant people related issues including poor
employee performance, low employee engagement, a decline in staff retention and resignations of some
key specialists. Technological advancements elsewhere have highlighted a gap in CST’s technical skills
and capabilities.
Your brief from the client is to prepare a report with recommendations to achieve the following objectives
over the next two years:
1. Ensure CST is well positioned for the future by attracting and retaining the best talent possible
2. Create a team based high performance culture
3. Build employee capability and performance
To address these objectives your consulting team will need to draw on content from modules two, three
and four. Some consideration may need to be given to other module content if deemed relevant. It is also
expected that groups conduct research beyond the resources provided on the subject site
For each of the objectives mentioned above, you must include at least one real world example / case study
from the literature of how other organisations have successfully achieved the same or similar.
Your group must prepare a business style report for the Chief Executive and Board of ComSyst
Technologies. Whilst the format may vary, it must include the following:
• Cover page
• Executive Summary
• Table of Contents
• Introduction
• Background
• Main Discussion
• Recommendations
• Conclusion
• Appendices
You may make any necessary assumptions; however, any significant assumptions should be detailed in
your report.
Groups will be assessed against the learning rubric below.
Teamwork and group participation will constitute 20% of the mark for the assignment for each member of
the group.
Group participation will be determined as follows:
• Each participant in the team will evaluate the other member’s contribution using a participation score
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matrix (see Appendix 1 Team Participation Score Matrix)
• Each participant is to assess their peers according to the Peer Evaluation Grading Scheme (see Appendix
2)
• Each participant is also required to complete a self-review using the score/rate found in the Team
Participation Score matrix.
• The score matrix will be individually submitted to the Facilitator at the same time as the group
(collective) report submission.
• The Facilitator will take into consideration the average “team participation score” for each member to
determine the weighted ‘Teamwork’ criterion rows in the final marking rubric for this assessment (see
below).
• All peer evaluations are confidential and individual rankings will not be released to other members of the
group.
• Failure to submit a self-review and peer review correctly, or at all, will result is zero grading for this
assessment criteria.
• Groups should refer to the marking rubric to ensure all the assessment criteria are addressed.
Referencing:
You must recognise all sources of information; including images that you can include in your work.
Reference your work according to the APA 6th edition guidelines. Please see more information on
referencing here http://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencing
Submission Instructions:
o Each group is to submit one final Case Study submission into Assessment 2 submission link in the
Assessment section found in the main navigation menu of the subject Blackboard site. A rubric will be
attached to the assessment.
o Each student is to submit a completed team participation score matrix document in Assessment 2 review
submission link.
The Assessment 2 Case Study assignment and individual Team Participation Score documents are to be
submitted at the same time for the facilitator to finalise grading for this assessment. The Learning
Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My
Grades.
Appendix 1:
Team Participation Score Matrix
a) Individually, each team member will assign a “teamwork” score (from 1-5) for other members of the
team/group using a participation score matrix attached to the marking rubric.
b) You will need to assign yourself a participation score.
c) The score matrix will be individually submitted to the Facilitator at the same time as the group
(collective) report submission.
d) The Facilitator will use the average “teamwork” score for each member in considering the weighted
teamwork or group participation contribution to their final mark.
Grading Matrix
Member Name/ID Maximum Teamwork Mark (%) Average Participation Score (1-5)2 10
1
20
2
20
3
20
4
20
5
20
Appendix 2:
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Peer Evaluation Grading Scheme
Rating Description
5 Builds team’s identity and commitment
Leads team
Evaluates teams’ outcomes
Implements strategies for enhancing team effectiveness
4 Understands group dynamics and team roles
Facilitates team development
Renegotiates responsibilities, tasks and schedules to meet needed change
3 Contributes to small group discussions to reach agreement on issues
Works together with others towards shared goals
Renegotiates responsibilities to meet needed change
2 Participates effectively in teams
Identifies team and individual goals, tasks, responsibilities and schedules
Contributes to group processes
Supports the team
1 Does not participate effectively in a team environment
Places individual goals ahead of the group responsibility Hinders the group process and upsets the
schedule
Learning Rubric: Assessment 2 Case Study
Assessment Attributes Fail (Unacceptable) 0-49% Pass
(Functional)
50-64% Credit
(Proficient) 65-74% Distinction
(Advanced)
75 -84% High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
Knowledge and understanding (technical and
theoretical knowledge)
Understands theoretical
models and concepts
Percentage for this
criterion
25%
Limited understanding of required concepts
and knowledge
Key components of the assignment are not addressed.
Knowledge or understanding of the field or discipline.
Resembles a recall or summary of key ideas.
Often confuses assertion of personal opinion with information substantiated by evidence from the
research/course materials.
Thorough knowledge or understanding of the field or discipline/s. Supports personal opinion and
information substantiated by evidence from the research/course materials.
Demonstrates a capacity to explain and apply relevant concepts.
Highly developed understanding of the field or discipline/s.
Discriminates between assertion of personal opinion and information substantiated by robust evidence
from the research/course materials and extended reading.
Well demonstrated capacity to explain and apply relevant concepts.
A sophisticated understanding of the field or discipline/s.
Systematically and critically discriminates between assertion of personal opinion and information
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substantiated by robust evidence from the research/course materials and extended reading.
Mastery of concepts and application to new situations/further learning.
Application of
knowledge to practise
Shows a clear understanding of the practical application and Limited understanding of the internal and
external business environment.
Uses a limited range of information as the basis Understands the internal and external business
environment including commercial context and market forces.
Accesses relevant information. Understands the impact of financial, social, political, environmental issues
on the business.
Understands the business.
Evaluates the impact of financial, social, political, environmental issues on the business; and where
relevant, as they relate to different countries where the business may operate. Demonstrates cultural
sensitivity.
Analyses the impact of financial, social, political, environmental issues on the business; and where
relevant, as they relate to
implications of key
concepts and principles
Percentage for this
criterion
25%
of recommended practice.
Adequately utilises information from a variety of sources.
Can prepare and presents business cases/proposals. Understands the business and its risks.
Can prepare and presents business cases/proposals.
different countries where the business may operate.
Holistic understanding of business and its risks.
Assesses the impact of information and communication systems on the operations of the business.
Effective
Communication
Well-structured report
with clear flow of ideas
Percentage for this
criterion
20% Difficult to understand for audience, no logical/clear structure, poor flow of ideas, argument lacks
supporting evidence.
Audience cannot follow the line of reasoning.
Information, arguments and evidence are presented in a way that is not always clear and logical.
Line of reasoning is often difficult to follow.
Information, arguments and evidence are well presented, mostly clear flow of ideas and arguments.
Line of reasoning is easy to follow.
Information, arguments and evidence are very well presented; the presentation is logical, clear and well
supported by evidence.
Demonstrates cultural sensitivity.
Expertly presented; the presentation is logical, persuasive, and well supported by evidence, demonstrating
a clear flow of ideas and arguments.
Engages and sustains audience’s interest in the topic, demonstrates high levels of cultural
sensitivity
Effective use of diverse presentation aids, including graphics and multi-media.
Team Work
Contributes effectively to the team by meeting
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responsibilities, encouraging and
supporting others
Percentage for this
criterion
20% Does not participate effectively in a team environment.
Places individual goals ahead of the group responsibility.
Hinders the group process and upsets the schedule.
Participates effectively in teams.
Identifies team and individual goals, tasks, responsibilities and schedules.
Contributes to group processes.
Supports the team.
Contributes to small group discussions to reach agreement on issues.
Works together with others towards shared goals.
Renegotiates responsibilities to meet needed change.
Understands group dynamics and team roles.
Facilitates team development.
Renegotiates
responsibilities, tasks and schedules to meet needed change.
Builds team’s identity and commitment.
Leads teams.
Evaluates teams’ outcomes.
Implements strategies for enhancing team effectiveness.
Correct citation of key
resources and evidence
Professional presentation, well written and meeting APA guidelines for referencing
Percentage for this
criterion
10% Demonstrates inconsistent use of good quality, credible and relevant resources to support and
develop ideas.
Demonstrates use of credible and relevant resources to support and develop ideas, but these are not always
explicit or well developed.
Demonstrates use of high quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop ideas.
Demonstrates use of good quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop arguments and
statements. Shows evidence of wide scope within the organisation
for sourcing evidence
Demonstrates use of high-quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop arguments and
position statements. Shows evidence of wide scope within and without the organisation for sourcing

2803NRS Acute Nursing Practice; The risk factors and pathophysiology that have led to John Grants presentation are as followed: it is shown that osteoarthritis

2803NRS Acute Nursing Practice
Written Assignment- Trimester 1 2020
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o The risk factors and pathophysiology that have led to John Grants presentation are as followed: it is
shown that osteoarthritis
o
Discusses the risk factors and pathophysiology that have led to the presenting patient condition.
o Diabetes https://www.medicographia.com/2013/10/osteoarthritis-and-comorbidities/
o Hyperlipidemia
o Depression
o Hypertension
o Angina ?
o Relux?
? Discusses TWO (2) comprehensive post-operative assessments that an RN would undertake for the
patient. (10) ? Provides a rationale for each assessment relating to the patient condition (5) and justifies
why the assessment is necessary with current evidence-based literature. (5)
Vascular Observations
Dressing exudate- wound assessment
? Discusses ONE (1) potential complication (either pulmonary embolism OR post-operative wound
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infection), including the development and risk factors of the complication itself (10) and ONE (1) nursing
assessment used to identify the complication. (5)
? Develops a plan of care addressing how to reduce the chosen potential complication (either pulmonary
embolism OR post-operative wound infection). (10)
? Uses current evidence-based literature to justify why the plan is appropriate for this patient. (5)
Post op wound infection- diabetic, wound assessment, wound nurse,

The risk factors and pathophysiology

o The risk factors and pathophysiology that have led to John Grants presentation are as followed: it is shown that osteoarthritis
o
Discusses the risk factors and pathophysiology that have led to the presenting patient condition.
o Diabetes https://www.medicographia.com/2013/10/osteoarthritis-and-comorbidities/
o Hyperlipidemia
o Depression
o Hypertension
o Angina ?
o Relux?
? Discusses TWO (2) comprehensive post-operative assessments that an RN would undertake for the patient. (10) ? Provides a rationale for each assessment relating to the patient condition (5) and justifies why the assessment is necessary with current evidence-based literature. (5)
Vascular Observations
Dressing exudate- wound assessment
? Discusses ONE (1) potential complication (either pulmonary embolism OR post-operative wound infection), including the development and risk factors of the complication itself (10) and ONE (1) nursing assessment used to identify the complication. (5)
? Develops a plan of care addressing how to reduce the chosen potential complication (either pulmonary embolism OR post-operative wound infection). (10)
? Uses current evidence-based literature to justify why the plan is appropriate for this patient. (5)
Post op wound infection- diabetic, wound assessment, wound nurse,

key principles and theories underlying strategic people management and how their application enhances organisational and individual performance.

Length Up to 3000 words
Learning Outcomes a) Critically assess the key principles and theories underlying strategic people management and explain how their application enhances organisational and individual performance.
b) Critically evaluate the effectiveness of different approaches and the relationships between effective people management and organisational performance.
c) Demonstrate effective communication and practical problem-solving skills to effectively manage people in a range of organisational contexts
d) Critically reflect on the roles and functions that managers perform in the context of the challenges and risks they have to address in the changing environment.
Submission By 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Friday Module 4.2 (week 8)
Weighting 40%
Total Marks 40 marks
Context:
Though challenging, group assignments are designed to reflect the reality of the workplace. In this instance, people coming together to contribute knowledge, experience and skills to produce a desired outcome.
This assessment encourages students to develop their knowledge in relation to the key topics of attracting, developing and retaining employees, teamwork, performance management, team development and change management.
Students will be allocated into groups by the learning facilitator. The group will work together to analyse the given company and provide recommendations to improve on attracting, developing and retaining employees, teamwork, performance management and team development.
Instructions:
Your group is from a well-regarded consultancy firm and has been engaged by your client, ComSyst Technologies (CST) to provide advice on addressing a variety of challenges.
CST is a multi-national communications software and systems developer serving the defence and emergency services industries. CST has offices in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Philippines, India and South Korea.
CST has recently lost three major tenders to competitors and their market share has declined substantially in the last two years. This has been attributed to some significant people related issues including poor employee performance, low employee engagement, a decline in staff retention and resignations of some key specialists. Technological advancements elsewhere have highlighted a gap in CST’s technical skills and capabilities.
Your brief from the client is to prepare a report with recommendations to achieve the following objectives over the next two years:
1. Ensure CST is well positioned for the future by attracting and retaining the best talent possible
2. Create a team based high performance culture
3. Build employee capability and performance
To address these objectives your consulting team will need to draw on content from modules two, three and four. Some consideration may need to be given to other module content if deemed relevant. It is also expected that groups conduct research beyond the resources provided on the subject site
For each of the objectives mentioned above, you must include at least one real world example / case study from the literature of how other organisations have successfully achieved the same or similar.
Your group must prepare a business style report for the Chief Executive and Board of ComSyst Technologies. Whilst the format may vary, it must include the following:
• Cover page
• Executive Summary
• Table of Contents
• Introduction
• Background
• Main Discussion
• Recommendations
• Conclusion
• Appendices
You may make any necessary assumptions; however, any significant assumptions should be detailed in your report.
Groups will be assessed against the learning rubric below.
Teamwork and group participation will constitute 20% of the mark for the assignment for each member of the group.
Group participation will be determined as follows:
• Each participant in the team will evaluate the other member’s contribution using a participation score matrix (see Appendix 1 Team Participation Score Matrix)
• Each participant is to assess their peers according to the Peer Evaluation Grading Scheme (see Appendix 2)
• Each participant is also required to complete a self-review using the score/rate found in the Team Participation Score matrix.
• The score matrix will be individually submitted to the Facilitator at the same time as the group (collective) report submission.
• The Facilitator will take into consideration the average “team participation score” for each member to determine the weighted ‘Teamwork’ criterion rows in the final marking rubric for this assessment (see below).
• All peer evaluations are confidential and individual rankings will not be released to other members of the group.
• Failure to submit a self-review and peer review correctly, or at all, will result is zero grading for this assessment criteria.
• Groups should refer to the marking rubric to ensure all the assessment criteria are addressed.
Referencing:
You must recognise all sources of information; including images that you can include in your work. Reference your work according to the APA 6th edition guidelines. Please see more information on referencing here http://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencing
Submission Instructions:
o Each group is to submit one final Case Study submission into Assessment 2 submission link in the Assessment section found in the main navigation menu of the subject Blackboard site. A rubric will be attached to the assessment.
o Each student is to submit a completed team participation score matrix document in Assessment 2 review submission link.
The Assessment 2 Case Study assignment and individual Team Participation Score documents are to be submitted at the same time for the facilitator to finalise grading for this assessment. The Learning Facilitator will provide feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.
Appendix 1:
Team Participation Score Matrix
a) Individually, each team member will assign a “teamwork” score (from 1-5) for other members of the team/group using a participation score matrix attached to the marking rubric.
b) You will need to assign yourself a participation score.
c) The score matrix will be individually submitted to the Facilitator at the same time as the group (collective) report submission.
d) The Facilitator will use the average “teamwork” score for each member in considering the weighted teamwork or group participation contribution to their final mark.
Grading Matrix
Member Name/ID Maximum Teamwork Mark (%) Average Participation Score (1-5)2 10
1
20
2
20
3
20
4
20
5
20
Appendix 2:
Peer Evaluation Grading Scheme
Rating Description
5 Builds team’s identity and commitment
Leads team
Evaluates teams’ outcomes
Implements strategies for enhancing team effectiveness
4 Understands group dynamics and team roles
Facilitates team development
Renegotiates responsibilities, tasks and schedules to meet needed change
3 Contributes to small group discussions to reach agreement on issues
Works together with others towards shared goals
Renegotiates responsibilities to meet needed change
2 Participates effectively in teams
Identifies team and individual goals, tasks, responsibilities and schedules
Contributes to group processes
Supports the team
1 Does not participate effectively in a team environment
Places individual goals ahead of the group responsibility Hinders the group process and upsets the schedule
Learning Rubric: Assessment 2 Case Study
Assessment Attributes Fail (Unacceptable) 0-49% Pass
(Functional)
50-64% Credit
(Proficient) 65-74% Distinction
(Advanced)
75 -84% High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
Knowledge and understanding (technical and
theoretical knowledge)
Understands theoretical
models and concepts
Percentage for this
criterion
25%
Limited understanding of required concepts
and knowledge
Key components of the assignment are not addressed.
Knowledge or understanding of the field or discipline.
Resembles a recall or summary of key ideas.
Often confuses assertion of personal opinion with information substantiated by evidence from the research/course materials.
Thorough knowledge or understanding of the field or discipline/s. Supports personal opinion and information substantiated by evidence from the research/course materials.
Demonstrates a capacity to explain and apply relevant concepts.
Highly developed understanding of the field or discipline/s.
Discriminates between assertion of personal opinion and information substantiated by robust evidence from the research/course materials and extended reading.
Well demonstrated capacity to explain and apply relevant concepts.
A sophisticated understanding of the field or discipline/s.
Systematically and critically discriminates between assertion of personal opinion and information substantiated by robust evidence from the research/course materials and extended reading.
Mastery of concepts and application to new situations/further learning.
Application of
knowledge to practise
Shows a clear understanding of the practical application and Limited understanding of the internal and external business environment.
Uses a limited range of information as the basis Understands the internal and external business environment including commercial context and market forces.
Accesses relevant information. Understands the impact of financial, social, political, environmental issues on the business.
Understands the business.
Evaluates the impact of financial, social, political, environmental issues on the business; and where relevant, as they relate to different countries where the business may operate. Demonstrates cultural sensitivity.
Analyses the impact of financial, social, political, environmental issues on the business; and where relevant, as they relate to
implications of key
concepts and principles
Percentage for this
criterion
25%
of recommended practice.
Adequately utilises information from a variety of sources.
Can prepare and presents business cases/proposals. Understands the business and its risks.
Can prepare and presents business cases/proposals.
different countries where the business may operate.
Holistic understanding of business and its risks.
Assesses the impact of information and communication systems on the operations of the business.
Effective
Communication
Well-structured report
with clear flow of ideas
Percentage for this
criterion
20% Difficult to understand for audience, no logical/clear structure, poor flow of ideas, argument lacks supporting evidence.
Audience cannot follow the line of reasoning.
Information, arguments and evidence are presented in a way that is not always clear and logical.
Line of reasoning is often difficult to follow.
Information, arguments and evidence are well presented, mostly clear flow of ideas and arguments.
Line of reasoning is easy to follow.
Information, arguments and evidence are very well presented; the presentation is logical, clear and well supported by evidence.
Demonstrates cultural sensitivity.
Expertly presented; the presentation is logical, persuasive, and well supported by evidence, demonstrating a clear flow of ideas and arguments.
Engages and sustains audience’s interest in the topic, demonstrates high levels of cultural
sensitivity
Effective use of diverse presentation aids, including graphics and multi-media.
Team Work
Contributes effectively to the team by meeting
responsibilities, encouraging and
supporting others
Percentage for this
criterion
20% Does not participate effectively in a team environment.
Places individual goals ahead of the group responsibility.
Hinders the group process and upsets the schedule.
Participates effectively in teams.
Identifies team and individual goals, tasks, responsibilities and schedules.
Contributes to group processes.
Supports the team.
Contributes to small group discussions to reach agreement on issues.
Works together with others towards shared goals.
Renegotiates responsibilities to meet needed change.
Understands group dynamics and team roles.
Facilitates team development.
Renegotiates
responsibilities, tasks and schedules to meet needed change.
Builds team’s identity and commitment.
Leads teams.
Evaluates teams’ outcomes.
Implements strategies for enhancing team effectiveness.
Correct citation of key
resources and evidence
Professional presentation, well written and meeting APA guidelines for referencing
Percentage for this
criterion
10% Demonstrates inconsistent use of good quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop ideas.
Demonstrates use of credible and relevant resources to support and develop ideas, but these are not always explicit or well developed.
Demonstrates use of high quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop ideas.
Demonstrates use of good quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop arguments and statements. Shows evidence of wide scope within the organisation
for sourcing evidence
Demonstrates use of high-quality, credible and relevant resources to support and develop arguments and position statements. Shows evidence of wide scope within and without the organisation for sourcing
evidence

The work of Department of Spatial Information (DSI) and its Online Spatial Delivery System (OSDS).

The Department of Spatial Information (DSI) is a State Government department. The major function of DSI is to provide accurate and timely spatial information to other Government departments, but also to make some of this spatial information available to the public. In order to provide both the government and public services, DSI has developed a number of web services that deliver this information through a number of internally developed services and applications. This suite of web services and applications is referred to as the DSI Online Spatial Delivery System (OSDS).
The OSDS is considered essential by DSI and their users, so these services must be:
Readily available and accessible at all times,
Capable of handling heavy loads in times of peak demand,
Capable of serving downloads to users as required,
Secure from attacks,
Capable of providing detailed reports on usage.
DSI have a number of new projects being developed that are expected to increase the demand for its spatial data dramatically. The Executive Management of DSI have looked at a number of proposals to support these new programs. The two alternatives they are investigating are:
Increasing the internal DSI Data Centre capacity to host and support the new projects in the OSDS. This would probably need a 50% increase in web infrastructure and support services within the Department. This would necessitate an increase in data centre infrastructure, server numbers as well as a major increase in the bandwidth available to DSI.
Migrating the OSDS to a Cloud provider. This would allow DSI to continue to develop and refine the data in its internal Maintenance systems and then move a copy of the completed data to the cloud-based Delivery system for publication.
DSI Management would like to adopt Proposal 2, in order to meet their budget restrictions, but have asked you to prepare a report for the DSI Board that looks at the following aspects of the proposal:
The possible delivery and deployment models that DSI should adopt for a cloud-based OSDS. This should include:
The advantages and disadvantages of using either an IaaS or PaaS approach for the OSDS, (20 marks) and
The possible architecture(s) that could be used to deploy the OSDS (20 marks).
Should the Board consider the use of an Cloud Edge solution for the OSDS? What advantages and disadvantages would the Edge give to the OSDS? (20 marks)
The OSDS software architecture uses a monolithic approach to design, while a move to use the Edge will require many applications and web services to be redesigned as microservices.
Explain the differences between monolithic and microservice architectures to the DSI Board using an example (20 marks).
Describe the advantages and disadvantages of these two styles of software architecture (20 marks)
Your recommended approach for delivery and deployment of the OSDS, including the reasoning for your recommendation (20 marks).
Your report should not exceed 10 pages, excluding references.

Firewall Setup and Configuration (performing a security testing on the network to identify the threats)

Firewall Setup and Configuration
Task Details: This Assignment requires you to perform a security testing on the network to identify the threats, prepare a Risk Mitigation report and configure some of the firewall settings using Kali Linux to secure the network and the distributed applications.
The assignment consists of two parts:
Part A: Use Nmap – a security testing in Kali Linux to perform penetration testing on the network (features of Nmap listed below). Prepare a short Risk Mitigation plan to identify the threats for the assets. This plan will guide you to proceed with the firewall settings required for the organization as you focus on the second part of the assignment.
Part B: Configure a few settings on the firewall for the network using Kali Linux commands to achieve a required level of security. The initial set of commands are given to you to start with. You may need to perform online search to complete the rest of the requirements for the firewall settings.
Case Study for the Assignment: Canadian Cafe is a small business enterprise comprising franchise at different geographical locations with appropriate network facilities to reach their business requirements. A secure network across their geographical locations is one of the objectives of a business organization. The System and Network administrator of the organization realizes that the security of the network has to be vulnerabilities that the network may pose. After risk analysis, designing a set of security policies is very important to provide high level of security.
The executive management of Canadian Cafe urges you to design the necessary security requirements. Looking into the requirements of the security and adhering to information security policy as a security team decides to configure firewall to secure the network from different types of possible threats and attacks that can harm the business network.
Part A: Perform the following task.
1. Use Nmap from Kali on your Virtual Box
2. Write an introduction to include the description of the tool
Features of Nmap:
• Host discovery: useful for identifying hosts in any network
• Port scanning: lets you enumerate open ports on the local or remote host
• OS detection: useful for fetching operating system and hardware information about any connected device
• App version detection: allows you to determine application name and version number
• Scriptable interaction: extends Nmap default capabilities by using Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE)
3. Demonstrate four tasks Nmap can perform. Discuss on how this tool can be used for mitigating differ types of threats. The discussion should include the name and bnef description of the threat and must be supported by screenshots.
4. Discuss the performance of the tools based on the following:
a. Security features and
b. Time taken to detect any threat
5. Perform the firewall testing using Nmap
6. From the report generated from the above tasks write a short Risk Mitigation Plan to identity the type of threats on the organisation’s assets.
Part B: Configure the following setting on the firewall using the appropriate commands in Kali Linux. The list of commands is provided below:
Command Description
Ufw status To check firewall status
Ufw enable Enable f rewall
Ufw allow Allow services, port range and network
Ufw deny Blocking a service
1. Check the firewall status
2. Enable or disable the firewall accordingly
3. Allow services such as TCP. SSH and samba using their port number or name
4. Verify the firewall rules after adding the above services
5. Secure a web server by blocking HTTP service and allowing HTTPS service only
6. Allow a range of ports from 20 to 80 and deny a range of ports from 100 to 500
7. Verify the firewall rules
8. Allow HTTP from a specific subnet to access your web services
9. Block connections to a network interface
Submission Guidelines:
The assignment should be submitted on Moodle on or before the deadline as a word document that includes all the details of the task completed in Part A and Part B. The report should address the requirements mentioned in the Marking Criteria section of the assignment.
Marking Criteria:
Sections Descnpton of the section Marks
Executive Summary Summary on what the report is address, ng 2
Outline Outline of the whole report inducing tool descr ption 2
Risk Mitigation Plan DetaJs of the threats n the mitigaton report 2
Analysis Critical analysis of the scenario 2
Firewall setup Details of the firewall settngs wth screenshots 6
Conclusion Informaton on what has been addressed in the report – discuss on of the findings is important 2
Demonstration Details of the tests performed wth screenshots 4