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RITE A BUSINESS REPORT OUTLINING THE ABOVE CASE

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RITE A BUSINESS REPORT OUTLINING THE ABOVE CASE

Task

Consider the following case study:

Write a business report outlining the above case, stating assumptions you make at the beginning of your report. Provide critique into the management decisions substantiating with reference to literature as well as the case study. In your report, make the difference between Information Systems (IS) and Information Technology (IT) issues and how it will affect business performance, role of IS in supporting business processes, technology integration etc. Suggest how performance of organisation considered in the case study could be improved further as well as describe any other new business opportunities that may arise as a result of the improvements. All these should be substantiated with references to IS and IT literature.

Rationale

This task meets Learning Outcomes 5 & 6:

Students will:

be able to critique management processes and involvement in planning for Information Systems and Information Technology in an organisation;

be able to identify and co-relate emerging technology issues in management and provide a short balanced analysis report.

Marking Criteria:
 
CriteriaStandards
  HD DI CR PS FL
Evidence and
depth of
research (8 marks)
 
More than 14
appropriate and relevant
titles on managing and planning information systems.
 
More than10
appropriate and relevant
titles on managing and planning information systems.
 
At least 8-10
appropriate and relevant
titles on managing and planning information systems.
 
At least 6-10
appropriate and relevant
titles on managing and planning information systems.
 
Less than 6-8
appropriate and
relevant titles on managing and planning information systems.
 
Possible Marks 8 marks 6.5 marks 5.5 marks 4 marks Less than 4
Relevance of
content (6 marks)
 
Report
covering all key aspects
of management processes and emerging technology issues.
 
Comprehensive report
covering majority of management processes and emerging technology issues.
 
Report covers some aspects management processes and emerging technology issues Report linked to management processes and emerging technology issues. Report linked to few or
none management processes and emerging technology issues.
Possible Marks 6 marks 5.0 marks 4.0 marks 3 marks Less than 3
Application of IS
and IT concepts
and principles; ability to discuss IS Management and development concepts clearly (5 marks)
 
Report is extremely well
supported with relevant
case studies. Any assumptions made are
clearly justified and noted.
 
Report is well
supported with relevant
case studies. Any assumptions made are
clearly noted.
 
Report is 
supported with some relevant
case studies. Any assumptions made are not
clearly noted.
 
Report is 
supported with minimal relevant
case studies. Not all assumptions
made are noted
 
Report is not
supported with relevant
case studies. Any assumptions made are
not noted.
 
Possible Marks 5 marks 4 marks 3.5 marks 2.5 marks Less than 2.5
Writing to the Audience and Correct Referencing (5 marks) Minimal use of
technical jargon.
Terminology used is
appropriate to a
management team.
No spelling,
punctuation or
grammatical errors. APA 6th edition
referencing applied to a
range (14+) of relevant
resources. No
referencing errors.
Direct quotes used
sparingly. Sources all
documented.
 
Technical jargon. Terminology
used is generally appropriate to a
management team. Some spelling,
punctuation or grammatical errors. APA 6th edition referencing applied to a
range (10+) of relevant resources. 2-4
referencing errors.
Direct quotes used sparingly. Sources all
documented.
Technical jargon. Terminology
used is generally appropriate to a
management team. A number of spelling,
punctuation or grammatical errors. APA 6th edition referencing applied to a
range (8-10) of relevant resources. 2-4
referencing errors.
Direct quotes are used inconsistently. Sources are mostly
documented.
 
Technical jargon. Terminology
used is generally appropriate to a
management team. A significant number of spelling,
punctuation or grammatical errors. APA 6th edition referencing applied to a
range (8-10) of relevant resources. 5 or more
referencing errors.
Direct quotes are used inconsistently. Sources are partially
documented.
Technical jargon. Terminology
used is generally inappropriate to a
management team. Many spelling,
punctuation or grammatical errors. APA 6th edition referencing applied to a small
range (less than 8) of relevant resources. many
referencing errors.
Direct quotes are used inconsistently. Sources are partially
documented.
Possible Marks 5 marks 4 marks 3.5 marks 2.5 marks Less than 2.5

 

Presentation

Business report format
Readers of business reports expect certain information to be in certain places. They do not expect to search for what they want and the harder you make it for them the more likely they are to toss your report to one side and ignore it. So what should you do?


1. Follow the generally accepted format for a business report: Title/Table of Contents, Executive Summary, Introduction, Main Body, Conclusions, Recommendations and Reference List.

2. Organise your information within each section in a logical fashion with the reader in mind, usually putting things in order of priority - most important first.


Report Title/Table of Contents. This is simply the front cover page identifying the report and a Table of Contents page showing each key section of the report and the page number where it can be found in the report.

Executive Summary. Give a clear and very concise account of the main points, main conclusions and main recommendations. Keep it very short, a few percent of the total length. Some people, especially senior managers, may not read anything else so write as if it were a stand-alone document. It isn`t but for some people it might as well be. Keep it brief and free from jargon so that anyone can understand it and get the main points. Write it last, but do not copy and paste from the report itself; that rarely works well.


Introduction. This is the first part of the report proper. Use it to paint the background to `the problem` and to show the reader why the report is important to them. Then explain how the details that follow are arranged. Write it in plain English.


Main Body. This is the heart of your report, the facts. It will probably have several sections or sub-sections each with its own subtitle. It is unique to your report and will describe what you discovered about `the problem`.
These sections are most likely to be read by experts so you can use some appropriate jargon but explain it as you introduce it. Arrange the information logically, normally putting things in order of priority -- most important first. In fact, follow that advice in every section of your report.


Conclusion. Present the logical conclusions of your investigation of `the problem`. Bring it all together and maybe offer options for the way forward. Many people will read this section. Write it in plain English. 
Recommendations. What do you suggest should be done? Don`t be shy; you did the work so state your recommendations in order of priority, and in plain English.

References. As your business report must be academically sound as well as making good business sense, it is essential that your report is supported by accurate in-text referencing and the inclusion of a reference list. Although some business reports in the workplace do not require full referencing (and some students may be used to this), it is a requirement in the academic environment. This is equitable for all students.


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