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ASSESSMENT 3 BRIEF
Subject Code and Title PRO100 Information Systems Project Management
Assessment Presentation
Individual/Group Individual
Length 7 minutes
Learning Outcomes The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful
completion of the task below include:
c) Apply Project Management concepts to contemporary
industry settings
d) Effectively communicate solutions to unfamiliar problems
in a team setting
Submission Due by 11:55pm AEST/AEDT Sunday end of Module 6.2 (week
12)
Weighting 35%
Total Marks 100 marks
Task Summary
In this assessment, you will develop and deliver a presentation on Agile Management.


Context:
Agile software development is both an incremental and iterative software development methodology.
A working understanding of Agile methodology is critical to IS project management. This group
assessment requires you to present your understanding of an aspect of Agile methodology or a specific
implementation of Agile (e.g. Scrum) and apply it to a real-life IS project.

Instructions:

1. Choose an implementation of Agile Software Development Methodology (‘Agile’), which
includes:
 Extreme Programming (XP);
 Scrum;
 Any other implementation of Agile.
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2. Conduct preliminary research into the chosen implementation of Agile.

3. Prepare and deliver a 7-minute PowerPoint presentation answering the following questions:
Q1. What are the four values of the Agile manifesto? What is the meaning of each of these
values?
Q2. What are the twelve Agile manifesto principles? What is the meaning of each of these
principles?
Q3. Conduct a comparison between Agile and the traditional predictive model. In what aspects
do they differ from each other? For example, their attitude towards changes in the project.
Q4. Provide a detailed description of the chosen implementation of Agile. Explain why it is
considered an implementation of Agile.

Q5. Discuss the following statement. To what extent do you agree or disagree with it?
Provide a clear standing and argue for your position.

All IT projects should adopt Agile methodology. Waterfall methodology will lead to a much
higher risk of failure once it is applied to an IT project.


Length and layout of the presentation

 The total presentation should be no more than 7 minutes.
 There is no recommended number of slides. A suggested structure for the slides is outlined
elow:
o Title (should include title of presentation and names and student ID);
o Presentation purpose;
o Presentation outline;
o Body of the Presentation;
o Conclusion;
o References;
o Questions and answers.


At the start of the presentation, introduce yourself and the presentation title.

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Referencing
It is essential that you use appropriate APA style for citing and referencing research. Please see more
information on referencing here: http:
li
ary.laureate.net.au
esearch_skills
eferencing.
Submission Instructions:

1. Submit ONE PowerPoint Presentation (.ppt or .pptx) via the Assessment 3 section found in the
main navigation menu of the subject’s Blackboard site. The Learning Facilitator will provide
feedback via the Grade Centre in the LMS portal. Feedback can be viewed in My Grades.
http:
li
ary.laureate.net.au
esearch_skills
eferencing
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Learning Ru
ic: Assessment Three

Assessment
Attributes
Fail
(Unacceptable)
0-49%
Pass
(Functional)
50-64%
Credit
(Proficient)
65-74%
Distinction
(Advanced)
75 -84%
High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
Use of visual aids

Visual aids support the
spoken message.
Use of colour, layout,
clarity and neatness of
visual aids.

10%
No PowerPoint slides were
used OR
PowerPoint slides were
occasionally appropriate
and related to the spoken
message. The slides
equire significant
improvement in design,
colour choice, layout and
neatness.
PowerPoint slides supported
the presentation. They
clarified and reinforced the
spoken message. However,
most content required
clarity and improvement in
design, layout and neatness.
PowerPoint slides supported
the presentation effectively.
They clarified and reinforced
the spoken message. They
demonstrated an acceptable
level of design and layout that
supported the flow of
information.
PowerPoint slides were
carefully prepared and
supported the presentation
effectively. They clarified
and reinforced the spoken
message. The visual aids
added impact and interest
to the presentation through
the use of good design and
layout to support the flow of
information.
PowerPoint slides were
carefully prepared and
supported the presentation
effectively. They clarified
and reinforced the spoken
message. The PowerPoint
slides had an excellent
design and layout that
supported the flow of
information, and all of the
equired elements were
well placed and clearly
defined.
Knowledge and
understanding

Understanding of the
Agile methodology.
Application and analysis
of information to
provide clear and
effective solutions.

40%
Lack of understanding of
equired concepts and
knowledge of Agile
methodology. Most of the
key components were not
addressed. Lack of
application and analysis of
information to provide
clear and effective
solutions.
Limited understanding of
equired concepts and
knowledge of Agile
methodology. Some of the
key components are not
addressed. Limited
application and analysis to
provide clear and effective
solutions.
Adequate knowledge or
understanding of the required
concepts of Agile
methodology. A reasonable
capacity to explain and apply
elevant key concepts.
It supported personal opinion
and information
substantiated by evidence
from research to provide clear
and effective solutions.
Thorough understanding of
the required concepts of
Agile methodology. All of
the key components were
presented. There was a
good understanding of the
concepts and ability to apply
and analyse relevant
information from the
esearch/course materials
and extended reading to
provide clear and effective
solutions.
Highly developed
understanding of the
equired concepts related
to Agile methodology.
All of the key components
were well presented.
Solutions were clearly
justified based on the
application and analysis of
information from the
esearch/course materials
and extended reading.
Effective
Communic at ion

Ability to engage the
Techniques used to
engage audience were
minimal, or mainly
ineffective. Presenters
Techniques used to engage
audience were adequate.
Presenters usually spoke
clearly to ensure audience
Techniques used to engage
audience were effective.
Presenters spoke clearly to
ensure audience
An interesting or original
approach taken to the topic.
Presenters spoke clearly and
at a good pace to ensure
An interesting or original
approach taken to the topic.
Presenters spoke clearly
and at a good pace to


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audience
Clarity, pace and fluency
Clear and logical
structure.
30%
occasionally spoke clearly
and at a good pace.
Difficult to understand.
Lack of logical and clear
structure.
comprehension. Delivery
was usually fluent.
Information, arguments and
evidence were presented in
a way that was not always
clear and logical.
comprehension. Delivery was
fluent. Information and
evidence were adequately
presented with a mostly clear
flow of ideas and arguments.
audience comprehension.
Delivery was fluent.
Information and evidence
were well presented with
clear and logical flow of
ideas and arguments.
ensure audience
comprehension. Delivery
was fluent and expressive.
Expertly presented with a
clear and logical flow of ideas,
arguments and evidence.
Use of academic and
discipline conventions
Spelling, grammar,
sentence construction,
appropriate use of
credible resources.
Co
ect citation of key
esources using APA
style of referencing.

20%
Poorly written with e
ors
in spelling and grammar.
There was inconsistent use
of good quality, credible
and relevant resources to
support and develop ideas.
There were mistakes in
using the APA style.
Written according to
academic genre with
accurate spelling, grammar
and sentence construction.
Demonstrated consistent
use of credible and relevant
esearch sources to support
and develop ideas, but
these were not always
explicit or well developed.
There were some mistakes
in using APA style.
Written according to
academic genre.
Demonstrated consistent use
of credible and relevant
esearch sources to support
and develop ideas. There
were no mistakes in using the
APA style.
Well-written and adhering
to the academic genre.
Consistently demonstrated
expert use of good quality,
credible and relevant
esearch sources to support
and develop appropriate
arguments and statements.
Showed evidence of reading
eyond the key reading.
There were no mistakes in
using the APA style.
Expertly written and
adhered to the academic
genre. Demonstrated expert
use of high-quality credible
and relevant research
sources to support and
develop arguments, and
position statements.
Showed extensive evidence
of reading beyond the key
eading. There were no
mistakes in using the APA
style.
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Running Head: Agile Management        1
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AGILE MANAGEMENT
Agile Management
· This management methodology manages projects in an interactive manne
· This allows large tasks to be
oken into short iteration that can be managed with greater efficiency.
· It requires collaborative efforts of self-organising and cross-functional teams (Hoda & Murugesan, 2016)
· Enables teams to be flexible towards environmental changes and deliver work in a faster manner.
Twelve Principles of Agile Manifesto
· Delivering the valuable software early and continously: highest priority is to satisfy the customers
· Adapt the changes: em
acing changing requirements can help the customer’s gain competitive advantage (George, Scheibe, Townsend & Mennecke,...
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