MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation

MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation

Assessment Information
Subject Code: MBA602
Subject Name: Small Business Administration
Assessment Title: Assessment 2: Case Scenario and Group Presentation (in class)
Weighting: 30%
Total Marks: 30
Time Limit: See below
Submission: In Class
This Assessment Task will address the following Learning Outcomes:
LO2: Analyse small business management decision making and strategies for success
LO4: Analyse legal and ethical issues and implications of the global marketplace on small
business
Face to Face Students
Assessment Description
Students will form groups of 3-4 before the class and complete a case study in Week 8 based on a Case
Study which will be given to you during class.
Structure (FACT-TO-FACE STUDENTS)
• In class in Week 8 the lecturer will hand out 3 case studies on the below issues. The lecturer will then
allocate ONE case study per group for the group to complete. (Note: the case study will be more
specific)
1. Outsourcing.
2. Not serving customers (e.g., LGBTIQ, religious faith, etc.)
3. Free Trade (Implications of trade tariffs)
• Students can bring any materials into the class.
• Students will not see the case study before the class.
• Each group will have 1 hour to answer questions a. and b. relating to the issue they chose with
reference to the case study. They will do this on a single group sheet of paper which they hand to
the lecturer after an hour.
• Each group will then be given 20 minutes to prepare a 5-minute presentation on either part a. or b.
relating to their issue.
• Students will then present to the class as a group (presentations can take no more than 5 minutes).
2
KBS ASSESSMENT 2 OUTLINE
Online Students
Assessment Description
Students will form groups of 3-4 before the class and complete a case study in Week 8 based on a Case
Scenario which will be given to you during class. You will need to evaluate the Case Scenario in relation
to ONE issue described below and then make a presentation to the class via Zoom. Online students
will therefore have to attend the Week 8 webinar.
In the Week webinar 8 the lecturer will share 3 case studies on the below issues. The lecturer will then
allocate ONE case study per group for the group to complete. (Note: the case study will be more specific)
(Note: the case study will be more specific)
1. Outsourcing.
2. Not serving customers who are ‘different’ from you (e.g., LGBTIQ, religious faith, etc.)
3. Free Trade (Implications of trade tariffs)
Structure
• Students can bring any materials into the class.
• Students will not see the case study before the class.
• Each group will have 1 hour to answer questions a. and b. relating to the issue they chose with
reference to the case study on the zoom webinar (the lecturer will split you into break out
groups). Each group will write answers on one (word) document and email it to the lecturer at the end
of the hour.
• Each group will then be given 20 minutes to prepare a 5-minute presentation on either part a. or b.
relating to their issue.
• Students will then present to the class as a group on Zoom (presentations can take no more than 5
minutes)
Grading Scale
The lecturer will award marks based on the following criteria (look at the rubric for more detail):
KBS ASSESSMENT 2 OUTLINE
Important Study Information
Criteria F (Fail)
0%-49%
P (Pass)
50%-64%
CR (Credit)
65%-74%
D (Distinction)
75% – 84%
HD (High Distinction)
85%-100%
Analysis of Case Studies (20)
Depth of content and
persuasiveness
Very little quality content if any.
Analysis not persuasive or
supported by theory/evidence. Lack
of preparedness for questions to
address case study.
The content was of fair quality and
current. Analysis moderately
persuasive and addresses majority
of case study questions.
Good, quality content and thorough
research. Analysis sufficiently
persuasive. Demonstrated
understanding of key themes in
terms of theory.
Very good, quality content and
thorough research. Analysis very
persuasive. Case study questions
addressed with reference to theory.
Excellent quality content and
research. Analysis extremely
persuasive. Demonstrated
advanced analysis and
understanding of questions and
case study topics.
Organisation No structure to the analysis. Case
study questions not addressed in a
coherent manner.
Ideas not focused. Questions not
thoroughly addressed. Little flow or
logic between key points.
Main ideas presented in logical
manner. Flow of analysis may be
awkward.
Main ideas presented in logical
manner. Flow of analysis smooth.
Ideas clearly organised. The
purpose of the analysis is clear in
all stages
Delivery of Group Presentations (10)
Addressing Case Study in
presentation and
collaboration (5)
Content presented does not address
the question and is not backed up
by sound reasoning.
Presenters addressed the main
points but lacks reasoning and
cannot communicate the answer
succinctly. The presentation is not
well planned.
Presenters address the main points
succinctly and with clear reasoning.
There is evidence of panning.
Presenters convey the analysis in
an engaging way and address the
main points succinctly and with
clear reasoning. There is evidence
of clear planning and coordination
of the group.
Presenters convey the analysis in
an engaging way and address the
main points succinctly and with
clear, supported reasoning. There is
evidence of clear panning and there
is evidence of collaboration between
group members.
Non-Verbal and Verbal
Delivery (5)
Presenter is not concise, to the
point and does not know the
content. Distracting gestures
(fidgeting) while presenting.
Excessive use of filler words
(e.g. um, er, ah, like). Use of
offensive language. Use of
slang.
Presenter speaks in muffled voice.
Some use of filler words. Audience
members would have difficulty
understanding presentation.
Voice is generally clear. Some
reading off notes. Sometimes
difficult to understand because of
rushed speech.
Presenter shows expression
consistent with presentation. Uses
gestures to point out or highlight
presentation materials Voice is
clear. Little use of filler words.
Acts in a professional manner.
Presenter can convey their point
succinctly and in a reasoned
manner. Uses a clear voice and
correct, precise pronunciation of
terms so that all audience
members would be able to
understand presentation. Acts in a
very professional manner.
KBS ASSESSMENT 2 OUTLINE
Academic Integrity Policy
KBS values academic integrity. All students must understand the meaning and consequences of cheating, plagiarism and other
academic offences under the Academic Integrity and Conduct Policy.
For details on academic integrity policies and penalties, the reassessment process, and the appeals process, please refer to
http://www.kbs.edu.au/current-students/student-policies/.
Word Limits for Written Assessments
Submissions that exceed the word count / time limit / slide count by more than 10% will cease to be marked from the point at which that
limit is exceeded.
Study Assistance
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Assessment Information
Subject Code: MBA602
Subject Name: Small Business Administration
Assessment Title: Assessment 2: Case Scenario and Group Presentation (in class)
Weighting: 30%
Total Marks: 30
Time Limit: See below
Submission: In Class
This Assessment Task will address the following Learning Outcomes:
LO2: Analyse small business management decision making and strategies for success
LO4: Analyse legal and ethical issues and implications of the global marketplace on small
business
Face to Face Students
Assessment Description
Students will form groups of 3-4 before the class and complete a case study in Week 8 based on a Case
Study which will be given to you during class. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Structure (FACT-TO-FACE STUDENTS)
• In class in Week 8 the lecturer will hand out 3 case studies on the below issues. The lecturer will then
allocate ONE case study per group for the group to complete. (Note: the case study will be more
specific)
1. Outsourcing.
2. Not serving customers (e.g., LGBTIQ, religious faith, etc.)
3. Free Trade (Implications of trade tariffs)
• Students can bring any materials into the class.
• Students will not see the case study before the class.
• Each group will have 1 hour to answer questions a. and b. relating to the issue they chose with
reference to the case study. They will do this on a single group sheet of paper which they hand to
the lecturer after an hour. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
• Each group will then be given 20 minutes to prepare a 5-minute presentation on either part a. or b.
relating to their issue.
• Students will then present to the class as a group (presentations can take no more than 5 minutes).
2
KBS ASSESSMENT 2 OUTLINE
Online Students
Assessment Description
Students will form groups of 3-4 before the class and complete a case study in Week 8 based on a Case
Scenario which will be given to you during class. You will need to evaluate the Case Scenario in relation
to ONE issue described below and then make a presentation to the class via Zoom. Online students
will therefore have to attend the Week 8 webinar. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
In the Week webinar 8 the lecturer will share 3 case studies on the below issues. The lecturer will then
allocate ONE case study per group for the group to complete. (Note: the case study will be more specific)
(Note: the case study will be more specific)
1. Outsourcing.
2. Not serving customers who are ‘different’ from you (e.g., LGBTIQ, religious faith, etc.)
3. Free Trade (Implications of trade tariffs)
Structure
• Students can bring any materials into the class.
• Students will not see the case study before the class. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
• Each group will have 1 hour to answer questions a. and b. relating to the issue they chose with
reference to the case study on the zoom webinar (the lecturer will split you into break out
groups). Each group will write answers on one (word) document and email it to the lecturer at the end
of the hour. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
• Each group will then be given 20 minutes to prepare a 5-minute presentation on either part a. or b.
relating to their issue.
• Students will then present to the class as a group on Zoom (presentations can take no more than 5
minutes)
Grading Scale
The lecturer will award marks based on the following criteria (look at the rubric for more detail):
KBS ASSESSMENT 2 OUTLINE
Important Study Information
Criteria F (Fail)
0%-49%
P (Pass)
50%-64%
CR (Credit)
65%-74%
D (Distinction)
75% – 84%
HD (High Distinction)
85%-100%
Analysis of Case Studies (20)
Depth of content and
persuasiveness
Very little quality content if any.
Analysis not persuasive or
supported by theory/evidence. Lack
of preparedness for questions to
address case study. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
The content was of fair quality and
current. Analysis moderately
persuasive and addresses majority
of case study questions.
Good, quality content and thorough
research. Analysis sufficiently
persuasive. Demonstrated
understanding of key themes in
terms of theory.
Very good, quality content and
thorough research. Analysis very
persuasive. Case study questions
addressed with reference to theory.
Excellent quality content and
research. Analysis extremely
persuasive. Demonstrated
advanced analysis and
understanding of questions and
case study topics. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Organisation No structure to the analysis. Case
study questions not addressed in a
coherent manner.
Ideas not focused. Questions not
thoroughly addressed. Little flow or
logic between key points.
Main ideas presented in logical
manner. Flow of analysis may be
awkward. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Main ideas presented in logical
manner. Flow of analysis smooth.
Ideas clearly organised. The
purpose of the analysis is clear in
all stages
Delivery of Group Presentations (10)
Addressing Case Study in
presentation and
collaboration (5)
Content presented does not address
the question and is not backed up
by sound reasoning. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Presenters addressed the main
points but lacks reasoning and
cannot communicate the answer
succinctly. The presentation is not
well planned.
Presenters address the main points
succinctly and with clear reasoning.
There is evidence of panning.
Presenters convey the analysis in
an engaging way and address the
main points succinctly and with
clear reasoning. There is evidence
of clear planning and coordination
of the group. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Presenters convey the analysis in
an engaging way and address the
main points succinctly and with
clear, supported reasoning. There is
evidence of clear panning and there
is evidence of collaboration between
group members.
Non-Verbal and Verbal
Delivery (5)
Presenter is not concise, to the
point and does not know the
content. Distracting gestures
(fidgeting) while presenting.
Excessive use of filler words
(e.g. um, er, ah, like). Use of
offensive language. Use of
slang. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Presenter speaks in muffled voice.
Some use of filler words. Audience
members would have difficulty
understanding presentation.
Voice is generally clear. Some
reading off notes. Sometimes
difficult to understand because of
rushed speech.
Presenter shows expression
consistent with presentation. Uses
gestures to point out or highlight
presentation materials Voice is
clear. Little use of filler words.
Acts in a professional manner.
Presenter can convey their point
succinctly and in a reasoned
manner. Uses a clear voice and
correct, precise pronunciation of
terms so that all audience
members would be able to
understand presentation. Acts in a
very professional manner. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
KBS ASSESSMENT 2 OUTLINE
Academic Integrity Policy
KBS values academic integrity. All students must understand the meaning and consequences of cheating, plagiarism and other
academic offences under the Academic Integrity and Conduct Policy.
For details on academic integrity policies and penalties, the reassessment process, and the appeals process, please refer to
http://www.kbs.edu.au/current-students/student-policies/.
Word Limits for Written Assessments
Submissions that exceed the word count / time limit / slide count by more than 10% will cease to be marked from the point at which that
limit is exceeded. MBA602: Case Scenario and Group Presentation.
Study Assistance
Students may seek study assistance from their local Academic Success Centre representative or refer to the study help on the MyKBS
Academic Success Centre page. You can find this by clicking on the top page toolbar:
My Services>Academic Success Centre>Study Support Resources