PROJ6006: Organisational Behaviour and People Management – NO PLAGIARISM
ASSESSMENT BRIEF 03Subject Code and Title PROJ6006: Organisational Behaviour and People ManagementAssessment 03: Project HRM PlanIndividual/Group GroupLength 2400 wordsLearning Outcomes 1, 2 and 3Submission End of the first week of Module 6Weighting 40%Total Marks 40 marksContext:In this Assessment, students further analyse the case study that was introduced in Module 1 andAssessment 1. With an understanding of the leadership styles that seem appropriate for the environmentand circumstances, students now work in groups to develop a Project Human Resource Plan. This willgive students the opportunity to participate in the formal project management practice of developing aplan for managing the work of the diverse individuals that will contribute to a specific project.The Assessment has two componentsStudents will initially focus on elements that address team building, including planning for the teamorganisational structure, recruitment of team members, and efforts to bring the individuals together as acohesive team.11/29/2019 52442 – ASSESSMENT BRIEF 03Subject Code and Title PROJ6006: Organisationalhttps://www.australiabesttutors.com/Recent_Question/52442/ASSESSMENT-BRIEF-03Subject-Code-and-Title-PROJ6006 3/7Students will then address the elements of team management, including plans for managingcommunication, assessment of work, and improvement.In addition to practicing relevant planning activities, students will also practice the skills required to workeffectively as part of a group. Each group will need to negotiate roles and responsibilities in order tosuccessfully meet deliverable requirements.Note: Groups will be assigned by the Learning Facilitator in consultation with the students and it isexpected that there would be four(4) people in each group. It is expected that Groups will be identifiedearly during the Module 1 and 2 so that students can get to know each other within the group well beforestarting the group project. A group size of 4 has been proposed to ensure diversity, interaction andopportunity for students to grow and lead teams. Only in exceptional situation a different group size maybe approved by the Learning Facilitator.Instructions:From a project management perspective, students will begin work in groups on delivery of a Project HRPlan, to be submitted at the end of week 1 of Module 6. The assessment requires that students work ingroups to develop a project HR plan for the organisation highlighted in the case student presented inModule 1. The assessment combines two parts, as follows:Team Building componentAs part of the team building component, the assessment will contain the following components:· A draft organisational chart for the project team· A staffing/recruitment plan· A team building planMoving to the team Management component,As part of managing the team, the assessment will then contain the following components:· A staff management plan· A communications plan· An assessment plan· An improvement planLearning RubricsAssessment Attributes Fail (Unacceptable) (0-49%) Pass(Functional)(50-64%) Credit(Proficient)(65-74%) Distinction(Advanced)(75-84%) High Distinction(Exceptional)(85-100%)Develop and apply a range of leadership and Shows limited knowledge, skill and/or experience inDemonstrates clear understanding of change Advocates processes to enable continuous Elaborates aprocess to create innovative Incorporates an agenda to foster continuouscommunication strategies change management due to: management principles improvement. solutions.improvement for changeto achieve project success · Limited description of and processes, and its management.for all stakeholders change management impact on business and Articulates how to Suggests a plan todevelopprinciples and processes staff by: facilitate team’s individual and team Elaborates a plan to25% · Limited application of the · Identifying elements involvement in the change commitment to newdevelop leadership andimpact of business and staff of change needed to facilitate teams involvement in process. solutions.11/29/2019 52442 – ASSESSMENT BRIEF 03Subject Code and Title PROJ6006: Organisationalhttps://www.australiabesttutors.com/Recent_Question/52442/ASSESSMENT-BRIEF-03Subject-Code-and-Title-PROJ6006 4/7individual and team commitment to newmanagement principles change Communicates the need Articulates leadership solutions.and processes · Calling attention to the for change and strategies strategies to encourageneed to communicate to support leadership for knowledge sharing under Identifies a framework tostrategies for change and leadership in new ideas and processes. different change scenarios. foster acontinuous improvement cycle ofsupport of new ideas Identifies the role of Anticipates obstacles to learning within theand processes culture on change. knowledge sharing and suggests ways to alleviate obstruction.organisation.Anticipates obstacles to knowledge sharing and suggests ways to alleviate obstruction.Knowledge and Shows limited understanding Resembles a recall or Articulates clear Elaborates therelationship Discriminates betweenunderstanding of the of the management of summary of key ideas understanding of the between managingmanaging stakeholdermanagement of stakeholder objectives and about stakeholder concept of agency. stakeholder objectivesand objectives and the agencystakeholder objectives and the impact this has on the agency of project teams the impact this has on theagency of project teams. objectives.Addresses the impact of Supports personal opinion and information the agency of project teams. of projectteams,articulates the relationship, identifies risk in managingDoes not address key stakeholder objectives on substantiated by evidence Discriminates betweenstakeholder objectives and25% components of stakeholder project teams. from the research assertion of personal suggests strategiesforobjectives. materials. opinion and information mitigation.PROJ6006_Assessment_02.docx Page 3 of 5Explains management of stakeholder objectives and applies to the concept of project teams. substantiatedby robust evidence from the research materials. Supports personal opinion and information by robustevidence from the research materials and extended reading.Ethical moral reasoning Difficulty in formulating own Difficulty in justifying Conclusions are justifiedFormulates and justifies Uses ethical principles to(recognises ethical and opinion and lack of conclusions based on based on moral-ethical conclusionsbased on identify competingmoral issues within a discipline and is able to recognition of ethical principles and competing moralethical principles but recognises different principles. moral-ethical principles. interests and views.reason based on these principles) interests.Does not clearly demonstrate viewpoints. Can recognise the competing interests in arguments and identifySophisticatedunderstanding of the ethical and moral20% moral-ethical reasoning. ethical issues embodied in them. positions.Well-articulated viewpointbased on moral-ethical reasoning.Use of academic and Poorly written with errors in Is written according to Is well-written and adheres Isvery well-written and Expertly written anddiscipline conventions and spelling, grammar. academic genre (e.g. with to the academic genre (e.g.adheres to the academic adheres to the academicsources of evidence Demonstrates inconsistent use introduction, conclusion or summary) and has accuratewith introduction, conclusion or summary). genre. genre.10% of good quality, credible and relevant research sources to support and develop ideas. spelling,
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