Write a report based on case study and then present an oral presentation…

Get perfect grades by consistently using www.college-experts.com. Place your order and get a quality paper today. Take advantage of our current 20% discount by using the coupon code GET20


Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper

Group Work: Written Report and Oral Presentation
The reports must be 2500 words in length. Two points will be deducted for those essays that are over or under by 200 words.
The report must include a cover page that contains your name, student number, resident campus, assessment title and lecturer.
The report must conform to the APA style guide.
At the time of submission, you will submit both your report and your PowerPoint slides.
Task description: In this assessment you will both write a report based upon the following case study and then present an oral presentation either during the lecture or tutorial. You will be assigned into a group of three by the lecturer/tutor. The flex students will present using Zoom. The presentation must be 15 minutes in length. All group members must present one part of the presentation.
Case study
A multi-national organisation operates in various countries including Australia, Vietnam, India, Oman, and Nigeria. The organisation manufactures and distributes agricultural equipment’s to local and international clients. In total the organisation has 8,000 employees in five countries and more than 1 million customers worldwide. The head office is based in Australia. In recent years the organisation is facing a number of communication challenges. They include: Timely communication to all staff and clients Communication breakdown from top management to staff in the front line and vice versa Feedback from clients on ways to improve product quality and service delivery Issues around local language Cross cultural issues in different contexts Limited development in digital literacy in some countries and use of social media in communication Your manager has asked you to develop strategies to improve communication at all level. The manager has directed you to suggest strategies that has proven to work well in large multinational organisations. You are required to undertake the following: Prepare a written report Benchmark what other multinational organisations are doing to improve workplace communication. This could be done be reviewing literature of successful case studies available Identify the strategies the organisation could use to address each of the above five challenges
The report should have the following structure: Structure Brief explanations Cover page Include a title of the reportInclude your full name and student ID Table of contents Automate the table of content with page numbers Introduction Outline what the report is about? What are you trying to inform the reader? Good practices Outline the good practices used in other organisations. This will be based on literature review. The aim is to examine what other organisations have done to address similar challenges. At least 25 literature should be cited. Future strategies In this section you will address each of the six challenges. You will suggest how your organisations could improve communication. Here you can draw various theories and models you have learnt in the unit. Your suggested strategies should be based evidence of success in other organisation Conclusion and implications This section will provide your views and thoughts on the subject matters. It will also draw your experience on what you have learnt. You will also outline what could the implications if the organisation continues to face the dilemma around communications Reference list Minimum of 25 academic papers. References must be correctly cited using the APA reference style.
You must then present your report to your manager. For the presentation each group member must present for equal amounts of time. The presentation should have the following structure. Cover slides Include a title of the reportInclude the names and student numbers of the presenters and the campus Introduction An attention getting statementThe exigency of the topicThe relevance of the topic to the audienceThe group ethosPreview of the main points Good practices Outline the good practices used in other organisations. This will be based on literature review. Any references must be included on the slides. Each point must be clear with a topic statement and supporting evidence/materials. Future strategies In this section you will address each of the six challenges. You will suggest how your organisations could improve communication. Here you can draw various theories and models you have learnt in the unit. Your suggested strategies should be based evidence of success in other organisation. Each challenge should be presented with a clear topic statement and supporting evidence/materials. implications This section will provide your views and thoughts on the subject matters. It will also draw your experience on what you have learnt. You will also outline what could the implications if the organisation continues to face the dilemma around communications Conclusion A brief restatement of the main points of the presentationA memorable concluding statement Reference list Minimum of 25 academic papers
Assessment Criteria Key Criteria Exceeds Expectations Exceeds Expectations (Distinction) 75 – 84% Meets Expectations Meets Expectations Below Expectations (High Distinction) 85-100% (Credit) 65 – 74% (Pass) 50 – 64% (Fail) below 50% Introduction Excellent introduction; clearly outlines the report topic and purpose Exceed expectations; clearly outlines the report topic and purpose; one or two of the components could have been more specifically stated Meets expectations; fair introduction; contains both an outline of the topic and the purpose; general in nature Poor introduction; does not clearly outline both the topic and the purpose. Very poor or non-existent introduction Good Practices Demonstrates a balanced and very high level of detailed knowledge of core concepts by providing a very high level of analysis. Utilises current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates a balanced and high level of knowledge of core concepts by providing a high level of analysis. Utilises mostly current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates a good level of knowledge of some of the core concepts by providing some level of analysis. Utilises some current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates limited knowledge of core concepts by providing a limited level of analysis. Utilises few current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates little, if any, knowledge of the core concepts with extremely limited, if any, analysis. Utilises little, if any, current, appropriate and credible sources. Future Strategies Exceeds expectations: All six challenges are addressed at a high level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations. Exceeds expectations; All six challenges are addressed at a good level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided Meets expectations; most of the six challenges are addressed at a fair level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided for the identified challenges. Meets expectations; Less than half of the challenges are addressed at a poor level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided for the identified challenges None of the six challenges are addressed. Conclusion The assessment presents a detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented; drawing clear and well thought-out conclusions. The assessment presents a fairly detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented; drawing fairly clear and well thought-out conclusions. The assessment presents a somewhat detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented; providing some evidence of conclusions. The assessment provides limited detail with no clear summary of the ideas presented; drawing limited conclusions. The assessment fails to provide any clear evidence of the ideas presented; drawing no clear conclusions. Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Quality of writing at a very high standard. Sections are coherently connected to each other. Correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. References All correctly use the APA format25 pieces of literature used All correctly use the APA format20 pieces of literature used Did not correctly use the APA format25 pieces of literature used Did not correctly use the APA format20 pieces of literature used Did not correctly use the APA format.Less than 10 pieces of literature used. Key Criteria Exceeds Expectations Exceeds Expectations (Distinction) 75 – 84% Meets Expectations Meets Expectations Below Expectations (High Distinction) 85-100% (Credit) 65 – 74% (Pass) 50 – 64% (Fail) below 50% Introduction Excellent introduction; clearly outlines the report topic and purpose, exigency. Exceed expectations; clearly outlines the report topic and purpose; one or two of the components could have been more specifically stated Meets expectations; fair introduction; contains both an outline of the topic and the purpose; general in nature Poor introduction; does not clearly outline both the topic and the purpose. Very poor or non-existent introduction Good Practices Demonstrates a balanced and very high level of detailed knowledge of core concepts by providing a very high level of analysis. Utilises current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates a balanced and high level of knowledge of core concepts by providing a high level of analysis. Utilises mostly current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates a good level of knowledge of some of the core concepts by providing some level of analysis. Utilises some current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates limited knowledge of core concepts by providing a limited level of analysis. Utilises few current, appropriate and credible sources. Demonstrates little, if any, knowledge of the core concepts with extremely limited, if any, analysis. Utilises little, if any, current, appropriate and credible sources. Future Strategies Exceeds expectations: All six challenges are addressed at a high level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations. Exceeds expectations; All six challenges are addressed at a good level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided Meets expectations; most of the six challenges are addressed at a fair level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided for the identified challenges. Meets expectations; Less than half of the challenges are addressed at a poor level of detail based upon communication theories and models and evidence of successes in other organisations; more specific detail needed to be provided for the identified challenges None of the six challenges are addressed. Conclusion The assessment presents a detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented; drawing clear and well thought-out conclusions. The assessment presents a fairly detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented; drawing fairly clear and well thought-out conclusions. The assessment presents a somewhat detailed and focused summary of the ideas presented; providing some evidence of conclusions. The assessment provides limited detail with no clear summary of the ideas presented; drawing limited conclusions. The assessment fails to provide any clear evidence of the ideas presented; drawing no clear conclusions. Organisation of presentation Presents information and ideas in a logical and interesting sequence which the audience can easily follow. The student has a clear voice, is expressive throughout the presentation. Presents information and ideas in a logical sequence which the audience can follow. The student has a clear voice, is expressive at times during the presentation. Presents information and ideas at a reasonable level of logical sequence which the audience finds difficult to follow at times. The student has a clear voice, but is not expressive and/or pronounces some words incorrectly. Presents information and ideas at a basic level of logical sequence which the audience generally finds difficult to follow. The student's voice is: not clear at times; not expressive and/or the student pronounces a number of terms incorrectly. Presents information in a poorly developed and illogical sequence which the audience cannot follow. The student mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, is not expressive and cannot be heard by a majority of audience members. References All correctly use the APA format25 pieces of literature used All correctly use the APA format20 pieces of literature used Did not correctly use the APA format25 pieces of literature used Did not correctly use the APA format20 pieces of literature used Did not correctly use the APA format.Less than 10 pieces of literature used.

Writerbay.net

Do you need help with this or a different assignment? We offer CONFIDENTIAL, ORIGINAL (Turnitin/LopesWrite/SafeAssign checks), and PRIVATE services using latest (within 5 years) peer-reviewed articles. Kindly click on ORDER NOW to receive an A++ paper from our masters- and PhD writers.

Get a 15% discount on your order using the following coupon code SAVE15


Order a Similar Paper Order a Different Paper