Identify all risks including the dependencies on the firm’s supply chain that could affect or disrupt operations on the supply chain.

In this assignment, students are required to identify a recent Enterprise Systems
implementation in an organisation and write a 2,500 to 2,600-word report and create a
5-6 minute PowerPoint presentation on the following issues depicted in the chosen
case study. (From the Insert tab, choose Insert Audio. Keep the narration for each
slide under 40 seconds).
1. For any large firm or enterprise describe the nature of the Enterprise Systems that
the organisation adopted to improve or maintain operational efficiency, improve
customer / supplier intimacy, improve decision making, create new products,
services, and business models (i.e. to innovate), and to gain a competitive
advantage:
2. Identify all risks including the dependencies on the firm’s supply chain that could
affect or disrupt operations on the supply chain.
3. Provide an assessment of how successful the adoption of the Enterprise Systems
was to reduce friction on the supply chain, i.e. to maintain operational efficiency,
and a discussion of any success metrics that were used.

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Unit BISY2005/ISY2005/ISY205 Enterprise Systems
Assessment Type Report
Assessment Number Two
Assessment Name
Weighting
Case Study
30% (25% for report and 5% for presentation)
Alignment with Unit
and Course
Unit Learning Outcomes Graduate Attributes Assessed
ULO 1: Show an understanding of the
basic principles and issues associated
with enterprise systems.
ULO 2: Explain and describe the scope
of common enterprise systems (e.g.
supply chain, HRM, procurement, etc.)
ULO 3: Identify and critically assess the
challenges associated with
implementing enterprise systems and
their impact on business.
ULO 4: Demonstrate an understanding
of the enterprise system development
life cycle, from selection, acquisition,
implementation, and maintenance.
ULO 5: Identify the factors that
contribute to an organisation’s
readiness to implement enterprise
systems and how obstacles might be
overcome.
GA 2: Collaboration
GA 3: Research
GA 4: Critical Thinking
GA 5: Ethical Behaviour
GA 6: Flexibility
Due Date/Time Week 11 (Report & Presentation)
Online Moodle Submission; 5
th June 2020 5:00pm (AEST)
Assessment
Description
Case studies assess students’ understanding of concepts presented in weekly lectures
and tutorials by researching and analysing real life situations. This is an individual
assignment.
In this assignment, students are required to identify a recent Enterprise Systems
implementation in an organisation and write a 2,500 to 2,600-word report and create a
5-6 minute PowerPoint presentation on the following issues depicted in the chosen
case study. (From the Insert tab, choose Insert Audio. Keep the narration for each
slide under 40 seconds).
1. For any large firm or enterprise describe the nature of the Enterprise Systems that
the organisation adopted to improve or maintain operational efficiency, improve
customer / supplier intimacy, improve decision making, create new products,
services, and business models (i.e. to innovate), and to gain a competitive
advantage:
2. Identify all risks including the dependencies on the firm’s supply chain that could
affect or disrupt operations on the supply chain.
3. Provide an assessment of how successful the adoption of the Enterprise Systems
was to reduce friction on the supply chain, i.e. to maintain operational efficiency,
and a discussion of any success metrics that were used.
2
.
You are required to use additional references to support your arguments.
Presentation
Students are required to create a short 5-6 minute presentation that includes audio
which presents a summary of the report findings. The presentation should consist of at
least 10 to 12 slides including the title slide and references slide. Keep your narration
to about 20 to 30 seconds for each slide.
A soft copy of the presentation should be submitted to Moodle. Ensure that your
presentation is less than 25MB in size.
Detailed
Submission
Requirements
Online Moodle Submission via Turnitin.
Before submission, you ensure the submitted work satisfies the following requirements:
• The assignment is to be written in a report format. It must have separate
sections for each of the FOUR tasks above.
• The report should additionally, include an Executive Summary, Table of
Contents, Introduction, Conclusion and References
• Submit as a PDF file through the Turnitin assignment submission tool on
Moodle.
• Include a cover sheet that has your name, subject, date, report title and WORD
COUNT
• The assignment should not exceed 2,600 words with a minimum of 2,500
words, excluding references.
Special
consideration
Students whose ability to submit or attend an assessment item is affected by sickness,
misadventure or other circumstances beyond their control, may be eligible for special
consideration. No consideration is given when the condition or event is unrelated to the
student’s performance in a component of the assessment, or when it is considered not
to be serious.
Students applying for special consideration must submit the form within 3 days of the
due date of the assessment item or exam.
The form can be obtained from the AIH website (https://aih.nsw.edu.au/currentstudents/student-forms/) or on-campus at Reception.
The request form must be submitted to Student Services. Supporting evidence should
be attached. For further information please refer to the Student Assessment Policy and
associated Procedure available on
(https://aih.nsw.edu.au/about-us/policies-procedures/).
Referencing and Plagiarism It is essential to use IN TEXT referencing. If you are using
the exact words from a reference then you must use quotation marks. You can use
Harvard Style referencing, with a listing at the end of the essay.
http://www.citethisforme.com/harvard-referencing Remember that this is a Turnitin
assignment and plagiarism will be subject to severe penalties. Please refer to the AIH
Academic Misconduct Policy: https://aih.nsw.edu.au/wpcontent/uploads/2017/11/StudentAcademic-Misconduct-Policy.pdf
DO NOT COPY AND PASTE FROM THE INTERNET OR COPY OTHER STUDENTS’
WORK!
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Rubric for Report (20 marks)
Requirements Total High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Pass Fail
Depth and Breadth of Coverage
Demonstrating understanding or
interpretation of key concepts of
enterprise systems initiatives in the
chosen organisation, the
implementation challenges and
criteria for success
10% All aspects of the
question are
addressed in depth.
Most aspects of
the question are
addressed in
depth.
Most aspects of the
question are
addressed
adequately.
Basic aspects
of the question
are addressed
adequately.
Responses are
superficial and /
or inadequately
addressed the
question.
8.5 to 10 7.5 to 8.4 6.5 to 7.4 5 to 6.4 0 to 4.9
Critical Elements 5% The written work
shows great depth
of thought, excellent
development of
argument, logical
analysis and insight
into the subject.
The written work
shows some
evidence of
analysis,
supported by
logical argument
and insight into
the subject.
The written work
shows evidence of
elementary analysis
and the
development of
argument.
The written
work is mainly
descriptive,
showing basic
understanding
of the topic.
The written work
demonstrates
limited
understanding of
the topic.
4.3 to 5 3.8 to 4.2 3.3 to 3.7 2.5 to 3.2 0 to 2.4
Structure, Language and
Conventions
5% All aspects of the
written work
conform to a high
academic /
professional
standard.
Most aspects of
the written work
conform to a high
academic /
professional
standard.
Most aspects of the
written work
conform to an
acceptable
academic /
professional
standard.
The written
work displays
basic
structure.
The written work
is not of an
academic /
professional
standard.
4.3 to 5 3.8 to 4.2 3.3 to 3.7 2.5 to 3.2 0 to 2.4
4
Rubric for Presentation (5 marks)
Requirements Total High Distinction Distinction Credit Pass Pass Fail
Ability to Explain & Clarify
Demonstrating
understanding or
interpretation of key concepts
of enterprise systems
initiatives in the chosen
organisation, the
implementation challenges
and criteria for success
3% All aspects of the
question are
addressed in depth.
Most aspects of
the question are
addressed in
depth.
Most aspects of the
question are
addressed
adequately.
Basic aspects
of the question
are addressed
adequately.
Responses are
superficial and /
or inadequately
addressed the
question.
2.55 to 3 2.25 to 2.54 1.95 to 2.24 1.5 to 1.94 0 to 1.4
Speaker’s Insight &
Understanding
1% The presentation
demonstrated deep
understanding and
comprehension of
the topic. There was
clear evidence of
independent
thought and
reflection on topic.
The presentation
demonstrated
sound
understanding
and
comprehension of
most aspects of
the topic.
The presentation
demonstrated good
understanding and
comprehension of
most aspects of the
topic.
The
presentation
demonstrated
basic
understanding
and
comprehension
of most of the
topic.
The presentation
did not
demonstrate
sufficient
understanding
and
comprehension of
the topic.
0.85 to 1 0.75 to 0.84 0.65 to 0.74 0.5 to 0.64 0 to 0.49
Method of Delivery 1% The topic was
covered in a highly
professional and
organised manner.
The presenter
displayed excellent
verbal skills and
delivered a highly
interesting, coherent
presentation at an
appropriate level for
the audience.
The topic was
covered in a
professional and
organised
manner. The
presenter
displayed good
verbal skills and
mostly delivered
an interesting
coherent
presentation at an
appropriate level
for the audience.
The topic was
covered in an
organised manner.
The presenter
displayed adequate
verbal skills and
mostly delivered a
coherent
presentation at an
appropriate level for
the audience.
The topic was
covered in a
basic manner.
The presenter
displayed
minimal
standards of
verbal skills
and / or
coherence and
organisation.
The topic was not
covered
acceptably and /
or poorly
organised.
Verbal skills were
inadequate.
0.85 to 1 0.75 to 0.84 0.65 to 0.74 0.5 to 0.64 0 to 0.49