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Unit Details BSBMGT615 Contribute to Organisation development
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Student Instructions
Written Questions
• Candidates are required to complete the following written assessment task. This is an
individual assessment, but you can use notes to assist.
• All questions will need to be answered
correctly to be deemed satisfactory in this task
• Your answers will form part of the evidence gathered for this unit.
• Time allocated: 120 min
Project
• This is an individual assessment, but you are to research end can use notes end to assist.
• The protect is designed to assess your understanding of the unit as well as your underpinning knowledge
• To be deemed Satisfactory in this assessment you need to answer correctly ALL parts of project in your own words, clearly printed, word formatted and typed in English
• Your answers will form part of the evidence gathered for this unit.
• This activity will provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of required skills, knowledge and critical aspects of assessment you have obtained through the completion of this unit.
• Time allocated: 120 min
Practical Demonstrations
• Candidates are required to complete the following practical task. This is an individual assessment, but you can use notes to assist.
• All performance criteria will need to be met to be deemed satisfactory in this task.
• Your answers will form part of the evidence gathered for this unit.
• Time allocated: 60 min
• Submit your assessment by the date set by your assessor
• The length of your answers will be guided by the description in each assessment:
Short answers: 4 typed lines or 50 words
Long answers: 8 typed lines or 100 words
Brief report: 1 typed page or 500 words
Mid Report: 2 typed pages or 1000 words
Long Report: 4 typed pages or 2000 words
Do not plagiarise. Plagiarism is considered cheating. Any answers you provide from the internet or ‘open book’ should acknowledge the source of the information. Clear links or references should be provided. Your assessor can discuss any sources quoted to clarify your understanding.
Also, please refer below for our policy in regards to cheating.
Do not cheat during this assessment. Anyone caught cheating will automatically be excluded
under the Disciplinary Rules and their opportunity for assessment will be subject to the outcome of an Appeal Process or Disciplinary Hearing
Ask your assessor if you do not understand a question. Whist your assessor cannot tell you the answer, he/she may be able to re-word the question for you
Reasonable adjustment: If you require any adjustments to accommodate a need in order to complete this assessment, please talk to your assessor. Arrangements will be put in place to ensure
a fair and flexible approach is undertaken for this assessment. Please note that the range or nature of the adjustment will ensure that the outcomes of the unit are not compromised.
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Re-assessment: If you do not achieve the required standard, you will be given the opportunity to be re-assessed by our Assessor. Arrangements will be made on an individual basis.
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Student Assessment
Written Questions Assessment Task 1
• Identify three legislative areas that your organisation’s development plan may need to address. Explain why it is important to address legislative and regulatory context in your development plan.
2. Explain why it is important to incorporate culture into your development plan and outline factors that
can be considered and implemented to support culture change.
3. John Kotter’s eight-step process for leading change includes creating a sense of urgency and
communicating for buy-in. Describe ways to incorporate them into your development plan.
4. Outline at least two methods to ensure effective communication and consultation in your
development program.
Describe how to maximise participation and support from managers and explain why it is important.
6. Identify what technique or strate
team. Explain gy you could employ to manage conflict within your development your choice.
7. What technique or strategy would you apply to evaluate the effectiveness of your development processes?
8. Explain how sensitivity training can be used to change behaviour and improve dynamics.
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Project Assessment Task 2
Part A — Project: Contributing to organisation development at BizOps Enterprises
You will demonstrate your skills and knowledge by completing a scenario-based project.
You receive an email from Sean Bamford, Managing Director: Business Operations.
Subject: Development plan for integrating retail outlets with online sales Hello,
At the last senior management meeting there was discussion about changing the structure of the retail operations of BizOps Enterprises.
The key factor behind this is the growing number of consumers who prefer to shop online. Although there is no evidence to indicate this is affecting BizOps retail sales figures at the moment, it is senior management’s view that we should better integrate our physical retail outlets with online sales.
As the Managing Director of Business Operations, you have been delegated the responsibility of overseeing this organisational development plan. You will report directly to senior management, as they will be jointly responsible for approving any plans that are developed.
Please refer to the development plan brief, provided below, for more details of what senior management has in mind. Refer to the ‘Instructions to the candidate’ section for a detailed list of tasks that you will need to complete for
this organisational development plan.
Regards,
Sean Bamford
Managing Director: Business Operations
Purpose
Task overview and context
Development plan brief
The BizOps Enterprises business plan is targeting an annual growth in sales of 15% over the next five years. There are many ways that have been suggested to achieve this growth, but senior management wants to focus on those
strategies that will support growth in the long term, and not just over the next five years.
Our 150 retail outlets are located strategically to ensure that we can offer a premium retail experience to more than 90% of the population. We currently
have an online sales capacity that is managed centrally and serviced through our warehouse facilities and warehouse staff.
The concern that senior management has with this current online and retail sales strategy is that they are not integrated. Here are some examples of the
types of poorly integrated customer service scenarios that exist in the current approach:
Customers will research a product online, then go to a retail outlet to make a purchase. The in-store pricing is usually higher than the online price and sales staff cannot match the price. Consequently, our retail sales staff
– make negative comments about our online sales to customers
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develop the belief that our online business is directly competing with retail outlets’ business
develop low morale because they feel that the future of retail outlet sales is being threatened by online sales and their jobs are at risk.
• Customers who purchase a product online will come to the retail outlet for after-sales support. Although there is a support hotline, the customers prefer to have their problems resolved in person. The retail sales staff are highly experienced in product support, but in instances where a product was purchased online, there is a tendency to reduce and minimise the support that is offered. There have been a number of customer complaints where support has been directly refused and customers have been told they need to access the support hotline.
Retail sales staff have no access to details of sales made through the online system. This leads to a situation where BizOps operations are
segmented and it is difficult to establish a work culture that supports the whole organisation.
Warehouse staff have limited product knowledge and sales expertise. The current online approach is putting greater emphasis on them to develop sales and customer service skills. There are many negative comments coming from warehouse staff. They believe their award conditions should
change, as they are being asked to perform duties outside of their position description.
The proposed integrated approach that senior management is seeking should contain some of the following features:
• Pricing for online and retail outlets is the same.
• Customer sales record systems are integrated between online and retail outlets. Authorised retail sales staff should be able to access records of a customer’s purchase details that were made either online or through a retail outlet. Consequently, retail sales staff providing after-sale support can
record this information and use it to demonstrate achievement of key performance indicators.
• Retail outlet sales staff are integrated into the online sales system by being rostered onto the support hotline.
• Online sales are allocated to the sales budget of the nearest retail outlet.
Retail outlet performance will therefore have online sales as one of its performance indicators.
One overriding factor that senior management wouid like to achieve is the
development of a sales strategy that has a vision for the future and has no distinction between how the sale was made.
They provided an example of this as a major computer corporation that has a physical presence in major retail centres, which purely have an emphasis on product demonstration and support. Sales are made either online or in the store, but the sales vision is that returning customers will have a preference for using the online system. Consequently the online strategy is to market directly through email and social media and to promote products through a
sophisticated website. The online sales experience should exceed the physical retail store sales experience.
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Instructions to the candidate You will need to access and read the following B- izOps Enterprises documents:
• Company business plan
• Organisational charts
See the ‘Resources required’ section for how to access these.
Complete the following tasks. Submit your responses in documents that are appropriate for each task.
1. Access the company business plan and the organisational charts. Using this document and the development plan brief, prepare a draft development plan for senior management to consider. The plan should include details on the following:
a) The development plan’s goals and objectives and possible measures of success
b) Key personnel and their roles in implementing the proposed development plan
c) A list of the stakeholders that need to be consulted, with an outline of what their needs and competing demands may potentially include
d) A stakeholder consultation and communication strategy that outlines what needs to be communicated, who will receive the communication and how it will be communicated
e) Strategies that will be used to gather stakeholder feedback throughout the implementation phase
f) A proposed time line with milestones to achieve full implementation in a 12-month period
g) An outline of resources that will be required to implement the proposed development plan over a 12-month period
h) An outline of possible risks and an assessment of the effects that may exist with the implementation of the development program
i) An evaluation of the proposed development program in terms of the costs, benefits and potential risks
2. While senior management is considering your draft plan, there are several other documents that can be prepared in expectation that the draft
development plan will be approved. Prepare each of the following and collate them into a single document:
a) A process to resolve problems that are raised by key stakeholders —this should also include a recommended process for allowing teams to
develop problem-solving skills so they can actively contribute to the resolution process
b) A process to manage possible conflict that may develop
c) A plan that outlines appropriate steps, corrective actions and interventions for perceived problems that may be encountered through the implementation of the development program
d) A plan to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the development program as it is being implemented
The final documents you submit for assessment will be assessed using the project criteria provided.
All project criteria outlined must be covered satisfactorily for Part B to be completed satisfactorily.
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You must complete the project unassisted by the assessor or other personnel,
but may refer to reference material as needed.
The following materials are required for this project to be completed: Business technology, including a computer and Internet access
• BizOps Enterprises documents (these can be accessed by the following web links):
company-business-plan.pdf
http://chilp.it/eb45dfd
organisational-charts.pdf
http://chilp.it/b8c010f
Assessment must be conducted in a safe environment where evidence gathered demonstrates consistent performance of typical activities experienced in the management and leadership field of work and include access to:
• relevant legislation and regulation
workplace documentation and resources

• case studies, and where possible, real situations
interaction with others.

Assessors must satisfy NVR/AQTF assessor requirements.
If you are unable to undertake the project assessment as designed, a further
scenario/project may be used as an alternative approach if negotiated with your
assessor.
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Resources required
Assessment conditions
Reasonable adjustment
Part B — Project: Contributing to organisation development at work
Purpose
You will demonstrate your skills and knowledge by completing a project in your workplace.
In this project, you are required to develop and maintain a selected
organisational development program that aligns with your workplace’s
organisational goals.
Complete these tasks,
1. Using relevant workplace resources such as your organisation’s business plan or organisational charts, prepare a draft of an organisational
development plan for senior management to consider. The plan should include details on the following:
a) The development plan’s goals and objectives and possible measures of success
b) Key personnel and their roles in implementing the proposed development plan
c) A list of the stakeholders that need to be consulted, with an outline of what their needs and competing demands may potentially include
d) A stakeholder consultation and communication strategy that outlines what
will be communicated
needs to be communicated, who will receive the communication and how it
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A proposed time line with milestones to achieve full implementation
g) Adenvoelliotlpinr:eonftrpelsaonurces that will be required to implement the proposed
h) An outline of possible risks and an assessment of the effects that may exist with the implementation of the development program
i) An evaluationdluaantionppotfetnhteiapl iarropkoased development program in terms of the costs,
2. While senior management is considering your draft plan, there are several other documents that can be prepared in expectation that the draft development plan will be approved. Prepare each of the following and collate them into a single document:
a) A process to resolve problems that are raised by key stakeholders — this should also include a recommended process for allowing teams to develop problem-solving skills so that they can actively contribute to the resolution process
b) A process to manage possible conflict that may develop
c) A plan that outlines appropriate steps, corrective actions and interventions for perceived problems that may be encountered through the implementation of the development program
d) A plan to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the development program as it is being implemented
The final documents you submit for assessment will be assessed using the project criteria provided.
All project criteria outlined must be covered satisfactorily for Part C to be completed satisfactorily.
The following materials are required for this project to be completed:
• A workplace or work placement
• Business technology, including a computer and internet access
• Relevant workplace documentation and resources, including: Organisational goals
– Company business plan
Organisational charts
Assessment must be conducted in a safe environment where evidence gathere demonstrates consistent performance of typical activities experienced in the management and leadership field of work and include access to:
• relevant legislation and regulation
• workplace documentation and resources
• case studies, and where possible, real situations
• interaction with others.
Assessors must satisfy NVR/AQTF assessor requirements.
If you are unable to undertake the project assessment as designed, a further
scenario/project may be used as an alternative approach if negotiated with yot assessor.
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by an assessor -this may be in a workplace or work placement.
The candidate’s work performance will be documented while being observed
Practical Demonstration Task 3
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The following observation checklist in used to judge and record observations of the candidate Record your observations of the candidate’s performance directly onto the checklist. You may record your observations during and/or after the observation.
The observation checklist has a series of items related to the unit of competency that form the evidence criteria Instructions on how to make an overall judgment of the satisfactory performance of the candidate are provided within the checklist.
The checklist allows you to record that you have had the opportunity to observe the candidate applying these skills and knowledge. All items on the checklist must be observed in order to record a satisfactory performance.
You need to meet the following conditions:
• The necessary materials and resources must be provided to the candidate, and any concerns or questions the candidate has must be clarified or answered before the observation commences.
The period of observation should be over a work period sufficient to observe all the skills outlined in the checklist provided and to ensure that the candidate’s performance is captured in full. This must be negotiated and agreed to by workplace colleagues to minimise interruptions to the everyday activities and functions of the workplace environment, as well as to the observation being undertaken.
• The candidate must complete the observation task unassisted by the observer or other personnel.
Purpose
The following materials are required for this observation to be undertaken:
• A workplace, work placement or simulation scenario
• Business technology and workplace documentation and resources, including a computer and internet access
• Relevant legislation and regulation
• People with whom to interact and collaborate in team development activities
Assessment must be conducted in a safe environment where evidence gathered demonstrates consistent performance of typical activities
experienced in the management and leadership field of work and include access to:
• relevant legislation and regulation
• workplace documentation and resources
• case studies, and where possible, real situations
• interaction with others.
Assessors must satisfy NVR/AQTF assessor requirements.
If the candidate is unable to undertake the observation with an assessor, the
candidate may consider undertaking Part E — Third-party report as an alternative approach.
Reasonable adjustment
Instructions to the assessor
Resources required
Assessment
conditions